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The Music Stories We Missed This Year

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The Music Stories We Missed This Year

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The Music Stories We Missed This Year

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The Edge and Bono performing in June at the Oakland, Calif., stop of U2's 360˚ Tour — the most successful in history. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images hide caption

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The Edge and Bono performing in June at the Oakland, Calif., stop of U2's 360˚ Tour — the most successful in history.

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This year, Morning Edition covered the death of Amy Winehouse, Spotify's arrival in America and the end of R.E.M. Listen above to host Steve Inskeep and Ann Powers catch up on the year's musical stories the show didn't cover. Among them: teenagers taking over, the most successful tour in history and headphones made to be seen.