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Clockwise from top left: U2, Neil Young, Weezer, Paula Cole.
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May 3, 2011 All Songs Considered heads to Splitsville with a look at some of the bands they've broken up with or grown apart from over the years, along with some of the artists they'll stand by no matter what.
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June 16, 2008 In this edition of All Songs Considered, we get a preview of new music from the elvish band from Iceland, Sigur Ros. We also look back at the strange and comical music of Sparks, plus new music from Dandy Warhols and Wolf Parade, the gorgeous rock of Eric Chenaux, and the Sardinian, one of the world's largest guitars, played by Paulo Angeli.
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October 6, 2003 Gentle jazz from Elvis Costello; Jamaican Reggae producer Augustus Pablo; German electronic rap with Pole; San Francisco electronica duo Matmos; and a Kurt Vonnegut tribute from The Dandy Warhols. Featured Artist: Edie Brickell.
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