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The Velvet Underground only sold 30,000 copies of its first album during its initial release. Brian Eno once said that all 30,000 of the people who bought that original pressing started a band. That quote is often misapplied to Velvet Underground's primary songwriter Lou Reed. But Reed has proven the misapplication correct, influencing many an artist during his post-VU career.

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A new album from influential power-pop band the dB's is an unexpected gift from a group that has already given so much, a chapter that many thought would never be written.

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The latest in the long-running series of KDHX benefits and artist tributes, Back to Rockville: A Tribute to R.E.M. and 88.1 KDHX Benefit brought 10 bands and a few hundred music lovers out to Off Broadway on Friday to celebrate the songs of one of the most influential bands of the past 30 years.

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Tuesday, 24 April 2012 10:45

The 15 most underrated R.E.M. songs

R.E.M.'s most well-known songs ("Losing My Religion," "Everybody Hurts," "The One I Love," etc.) aren't necessarily the tunes fans gravitate toward. That's not to say the late, great Athens band's hits are bad -- or that their loyalists are snobby.

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Marah guitarist and singer, David Bielanko summed up a great deal about Twangfest 15 with his mid-set statement from the microphone.

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The Baseball Project
Volume 2: High and Inside

Yep Roc

The second album from the Baseball Project, Volume 2: High and Inside, continues the mission set forth by the band to bring our nation's pastime to life through a series of rock ballads.

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