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How Aretha Franklin Created the Greatest Cover of All Time
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Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s New Album Is Like the Satisfying Finale of a Prestige Drama
Neko Case’s New Album Proves Once Again That She’s a Master of Musical Suspense
On His New Album, Kanye West Plays With Fire and Pretends He Isn’t Getting Burned
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How Liz Phair Transformed the Girly-Sound Tapes to Exile in Guyville
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