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Compliance

Compliance

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Someday we’ll talk about us, but today is not that day.more

Catch You on the Flip Side

Catch You on the Flip Side

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We found his last will and testament, printed on special old-style stationary from Staples he seemed to have stamp-notarized himself. I forgot to mention he was a notary public. He wanted all his assets donated to the NAACP, and he insisted his grave stone say, “Catch You on The Flip Side.”more

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young R.E.M. Fan

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young R.E.M. Fan

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“Being out of my mom’s house for the first time, surrounded by more cosmopolitan people I couldn’t relate to, deeply unsure of myself, I bonded with these albums. They told me there was a world out there not just for me to revere but emulate.”more

Footfall: Beach Slang Cheap Thrills on A Dead End Street (This-Is-A-We-Didn’t-Get-The-Covers-In-Time-For-Tour edition)

Footfall: Beach Slang Cheap Thrills on A Dead End Street (This-Is-A-We-Didn’t-Get-The-Covers-In-Time-For-Tour edition)

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“The Rumba Cafe is only slightly larger than my two bedroom apartment and smells like summer in Ohiomore

ROUND TABLE: THE DEATH OF PRINCE

ROUND TABLE: THE DEATH OF PRINCE

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“There are writers and poets who called into question the tenants of life, but it’s popular artists, and popular acts like Prince that really did this in such a widespread waymore

Footfall: Ryan Adams Love is Hell (Mobile Fidelity Edition)

Footfall: Ryan Adams Love is Hell (Mobile Fidelity Edition)

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“It seems only fitting that the first record I find while crate digging after a wedding would be a double LP audiophile nervous breakdown from Ryan Adamsmore

BULLshot: Doug Murano

BULLshot: Doug Murano

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This week’s author of “A.H.B.A.” provides analysis on Garth Brooks’ place in country musicmore

My Chinese Suit

My Chinese Suit

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I’d never considered myself a mama’s boy, but what I’d never considered turned out not to matter very much.more