The White Stripes, Rufus Wainwright, Elliott Smith

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Killer new music from The White Stripes; So-called "math rock" by the group Battles; A reissue from Emerson, Lake & Palmer; England's intriguing folktronica group Tunng; The cabaret pop of Rufus Wainwright; Unreleased rarities from Elliott Smith.

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The White Stripes, Rufus Wainwright, Elliott Smith

Icky Thump

Icky Thump

  • Artist: The White Stripes
  • Album: Icky Thump
  • Song: Icky Thump
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  • "Icky Thump"
  • Album: Icky Thump
  • Artist: The White Stripes
  • Label: Warner Bros.
 
Mirrored

Atlas

  • Artist: Battles
  • Album: Mirrored
  • Song: Atlas
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  • "Atlas"
  • Album: Mirrored
  • Artist: Battles
  • Label: Warp
 
Tarkus

Eruption and Stones of Years

  • Artist: Emerson Lake and Palmer
  • Album: Tarkus
  • Song: Eruption and Stones of Years
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  • "Eruption and Stones of Years"
  • Album: Tarkus
  • Artist: Emerson Lake and Palmer
 
Comments of the Inner Chorus

Hanged / Woodcat

  • Artist: Tunng
  • Album: Comments of the Inner Chorus
  • Song: Hanged / Woodcat
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  • "Hanged / Woodcat"
  • Album: Comments of the Inner Chorus
  • Artist: Tunng
 
Release the Stars

Do I Disappoint You

  • Artist: Rufus Wainwright
  • Album: Release the Stars
  • Song: Do I Disappoint You
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  • "Do I Disappoint You"
  • Album: Release the Stars
  • Artist: Rufus Wainwright
  • Label: Geffen
 
New Moon

Seen How Things Are Hard

  • Artist: Elliott Smith
  • Album: New Moon
  • Song: Seen How Things Are Hard
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  • "Seen How Things Are Hard"
  • Album: New Moon
  • Artist: Elliott Smith
 

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