Good Music Guide Issue 20
The Raveonettes Lead Us into Temptation
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CDs: Vampire Weekend, Kate Nash, Nada Surf, Sia, Goldfrapp, Beck, Drive-By Truckers, Evangelicals, more
DVDs: The Ten: City Lights; Metric: Live at the Metropolis; Sons and Daughters: This Gift
Books: What It Is: What It Is; Punk House: Interiors in Anarchy
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