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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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Ty Segall: 'I Get Impatient'

The fuzz-rock mastermind joins host Robin Hilton to share new music and explain how he changed his entire process to make his terrific new album Manipulator.

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For Rocker Ty Segall, Hard Times Lead To A Softer Sound

Prolific garage rocker Ty Segall speaks candidly about the family tragedy — and anger — that led to his new, nearly all acoustic record, Sleeper.

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