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

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Ty Segall's next full-length is sef-titled and due out Jan. 27. Kyle Thomas hide caption

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Hear 'Orange Color Queen'

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Ty Segall's latest album is Manipulator. Denee Petracek/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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

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"[Alice Cooper] trying to be as safe and commercial as possible [because] that record is still a record for the freaks," Ty Segall says of Love It to Death. Denee Petracek/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Guest DJ Ty Segall

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