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The Church On World Cafe

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The Church On World Cafe

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The Church On World Cafe

The Church On World Cafe

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The Australian band The Church, best known in the U.S. for its 1988 hit "Under The Milky Way," has a new album (titled Further/Deeper) and a new guitarist, with Ian Haug replacing founding member Marty Willson-Piper. In this episode of World Cafe, singer, bassist and songwriter Steve Kilby presides over a set of new and old songs.

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Set List

01Laurel Canyon

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02Under The Milky Way

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03Delirious (Web Exclusive)

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04Toy Head (Web Exclusive)

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