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Pearl Jam (top left), Missy Elliott (top right), the cover of Nirvana's Nevermind (bottom right), PJ Harvey (bottom left), Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel (center).
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July 7, 2015 While Bob Boilen's out, Katie Presley and All Songs intern Julian Ring are replaying their favorite episodes of the podcast. Today: A look back at the '90s.
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Blur, producer Stephen Street and BBC host Zane Lowe during the band's Facebook webcast.
February 19, 2015 The classic Brit-pop band's eighth studio album will be called The Magic Whip. It will be out on April 28.
Frank Sinatra's "The Coffee Song" makes light of a perceived Brazilian coffee glut.
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April 24, 2013 With the Beastie Boys taking their "sugar with coffee and cream," Carly Simon finding "clouds in my coffee," and countless singers using black coffee as a metaphor for a life in need of a swift kick, it was actually tough to narrow a caffeinated playlist down to just 10 selections.
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Blur, from left: Graham Coxon, Alex James, Dave Rowntree and Damon Albarn.
August 7, 2012 Hear two different versions of one song, "Death of a Party," from Blur's career-spanning box set.
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Blur (clockwise from upper left), Drop Electric, Miguel, Tame Impala
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August 7, 2012 Hear our latest mix including the R&B singer Miguel, two Washington, D.C. bands and the bright sounds of Conveyor.
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March 1, 2010 The latest album by Blur frontman Damon Albarn and comic-book artist Jamie Hewlett is yet another well-crafted and dance-friendly set of glitchy club beats and hip-hop grooves.
August 28, 2008 This brutally efficient five-song playlist serves as a soundtrack for when you want to leave your house, hurry to an on-ramp, roar down a short stretch of highway, and abruptly take the next exit to your extremely nearby destination.
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