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September 22, 2008 Whiskey and green tea may not sound like a potent combination, but Supergrass' gonzo ode makes a decent case for the concoction. In a mere four minutes, "Whiskey and Green Tea" boasts bouncy synths, a horn-fueled frenzy, music-box flourishes and military-band bravado.
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October 5, 2005 New music from Paul McCartney; A revival for folk artist Vashti Bunyan; New Brit pop from Supergrass; The howl of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club; A lovely night with singer Richard Swift and more.
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May 9, 2000 The British rock band Supergrass produces music rooted in the "British invasion" pop of the 1960s. The band started out as teen pop sensations in the UK and Europe. Eventually, critics warmed to the sound. Supergrass has just released its third album and the band is on tour in the US. NPR's Guy Raz has a profile.
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