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Mumford & Sons is led by singer Marcus Mumford (second from left). The band's second album, Babel, was released on Sept. 25 and is on pace to be the highest-selling debut of 2012. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Mumford & Sons: Finding Balance In 'Babel'

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Clockwise from left: Donovan, Laura Marling, Richard Thompson, Mumford & Sons.

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World Cafe Looks Back: Celebrating U.K. Folk

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Mumford And Sons On World Cafe

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Listeners Pick 2010's Best Music (So Far)

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Bonnaroo 2010: A Look Back

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British rock act Mumford and Sons kicked off Saturday's shows in the "That" tent at the bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn., on June 12, 2010. Laura Fedele hide caption

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Mumford and Sons' rich harmonies and infectious melodies bring to mind Crosby, Stills and Nash. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Roll Away Your Stone' by Mumford and Sons

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