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LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy stopped by The Current to play some of his favorite songs.
April 1, 2011 Before LCD Soundsystem's show in the Twin Cities last fall, The Current asked bandleader James Murphy if he would share some of his favorite songs. They set him up with two turntables, two CD players and a microphone, and this is what he chose.
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