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I Need That Record I Need That Record A new record store downtown reflects the tastes of its owners January 23, 2014
Falsetto and Funk Falsetto and Funk Demon Queen's new album, featuring Zackey Force Funk, might be one of the year's most anticipated releases August 08, 2013
Primer Yngwie Malmsteen July 03, 2014
Stay True Stay True Big Meridox's forthcoming EP, The 7th Division, is the part of his "grown man rap" movement March 27, 2014
Feelings of Loss and Freedom Feelings of Loss and Freedom Lineup changes and a new approach have changed the sound of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart October 09, 2014

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