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Sacha Baron Cohen plays Admiral General Aladeen, the authoritarian, anti-Semitic and unexpectedly sympathetic protagonist of The Dictator. Melinda Sue Gordon/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Habibi Original Soundtrack 0:30

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    Dictator [Music from the Motion Picture]
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    Aladeen

Cop-out People Like Us 1:25

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    People Like Us...no Really
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    Koch Records

Doctor Pasta Danny Green 1:09

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    Doctor Pasta
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    With You in Mind
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    Pacific Coast Jazz

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Gone. Big Lazy 0:30

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    Big Lazy
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    Gone.
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    New Everything
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    Tasankee

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Who's Bridge Misha Mengelberg 1:02

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    Who's Bridge
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Nowhere to Be Found John Fullbright 0:59

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    Nowhere to Be Found
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    From the Ground Up
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    Blue Dirt Records

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Mat Johnson is the author of Pym, Drop, Hunting in Harlem and The Great Negro Plot as well as several graphic novels including Incognegro, Dark Rain and Right State. Meera Bowman Johnson hide caption

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A man holds an American and a rainbow flag outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., after the court legalized gay marriage nationwide. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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