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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

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Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
Articles Written by: Ian Anderson
  • Bright Eyes grows up in 'Cassadaga' (120-18)
  • Now It's Overhead expands sound (120-10)
  • The Pipettes bring back doo-wop (120-7)
  • Hold Steady’s sound matures (120-5)
  • Fall concert preview: A closer look at Motion City Soundtrack (120-2)
  • The Thermals: The Blood, The Body, The Almighty Power of Rock (120-2)
  • The Plastic Constellations (119-13)
  • The meaning of Christmas: Just add water (119-10)
  • Chronicles of a ghost hunter (119-7)
  • Chronicles of a ghost hunter (119-7)
  • Tapes secure with new album (119-6)
  • Chariots on fire (118-13)
  • Arcade Fire lights up (118-10)
  • There's always room for more (118-10)
  • First-Avenue's Re-entry (118-9)
  • The Good Life (118-6)
  • Rock n' roll is dead? (117-17)
  • 'Good News' for MTV (117-16)
  • New Twin Cities salon makes 'Mink' money (117-14)
  • Exhibit sparks controversy (117-9)
  • Professors featured in art exhibit (117-8)
  • Cantorei sounds make waves (117-6)
  • Thomforde’s journey spans six nations (117-5)
  • Backstage with the concert committee (117-5)
  • A night of techno: Tiki Obmar and Cepia play complex, emotional sets (117-4)
  • Film Club: the remake (117-4)
  • Bands play a touch of the blues: Homecoming festivities open with bluegrass, blues music (117-3)
  • To the tune of Mason (117-1)



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