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New Mix: The Songs Remain The Same, But All The Meanings Have Changed

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Hear 'Orange Color Queen'

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Guest DJ Ty Segall

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Andrew Bird, Ty Segall, Pantha Du Prince, Casket Girls And More

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Spiritualized, Jack White, Yuck And More

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Ty Segall Rocks Out — Acoustic-Style, And With More Polish

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Ty Segall's new album, Manipulator, comes out Aug. 26. Denee Petracek/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Manipulator

Audio for First Listens is no longer available after the album is released.

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All Songs Considered: The Year In Music, 2013

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New Mix: Fuzz, Danny Brown, Linda Thompson, More

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The insanely prolific, mega-awesome rock guitarist and singer Ty Segall. Denee Petracek hide caption

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Hear Ty Segall Talk About 'Sleeper'

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Ty Segall's "Goodbye Bread" unfurls into a disarmingly mellow, casually masterful bit of haiku rock 'n' roll existentialism. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Goodbye Bread

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