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The Rise And Fall Of The Fade-Out

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Robin Thicke: Smirky But Sincere On 'Blurred Lines'

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Robin Thicke, Beyond His Breakout Hit

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Robin Thicke says many of the songs on Love After War were inspired by his wife, actress Paula Patton. Anthony Mandler hide caption

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Robin Thicke: Heart And Soul In 'Love After War'

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