Kings of Convenience May Put Norway Back on Musical Map

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The Norwegian acoustic pop duo Kings of Convenience once titled one of their albums Quiet Is the New Loud. They get even quieter on a new CD, Riot on Empty Street. Meredith Ochs has a review.

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Astralwerks
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