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Stereolab recorded the songs on Not Music in the same 2007 session that yielded Chemical Chords.
November 7, 2010 Many groups constantly change their identity, but it's reassuring that the pioneering post-rock band's longevity comes from its devotion to meticulous tinkering and refinement.
December 31, 2008 By stacking countless melodic and rhythmic motifs, the song flutters with overlapping synths, keyboards and guitars, as well as Laetitia Sadler's dark, wispy alto singing in French.
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December 18, 2008 Stereolab has always toed the line between gorgeous melody and arty structure, as its members' tastes in conventionally cheesy pop music and hypnotic krautrock have demonstrated. Appearing on World Café for the first time, Stereolab performs material from Chemical Chords.
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February 5, 2004 The electronic-pop group Stereolab releases its first full-length CD since losing a core member to a cycling accident. The new album is called Margerine Eclipse. Critic Tom Moon has a review.
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January 12, 2004 On our first program of the new year we look ahead to some of the most anticipated albums of 2004, including a special sneak preview of an upcoming release from Norah Jones.
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