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  1. Kazik

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    The Deadly Sting: The Mercury Years is a expanded double-disc compilation in The double-disc, US release, has 33 songs ranging from to , including several previously unreleased studio tracks. The original cover art gained controversy, as it depicted a naked woman being stung by .
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    Sorcerer is the first full-length studio album from New York based duo Tonstartssbandht. The three-part record contains a brilliantly crafted mix of indie-rock and ambitious noise-rock paired with cleverly written vocals that are like poetry. Described as ‘a heavenly course above the storm and stress’ and available on Vinyl LP and CD.
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    Reunion albums are never an easy thing to pull off; there’s a lot of expectation riding on them especially when they’re from a much loved artist, and they can go one of a few ways. Sometimes you get an actual improvement due to experience taken from the intervening years like Black Gives Way to Blue, producing something fresh and new.
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    Rather than releasing a new LP, Will decided to stagger his new works in a set of 4 EPs: The Pale, The Black, The Red, and The White. These would see some of his best success, with The White going to on the Billboard Hot and hitting #1 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic and Heatseekers charts, but the mix is much simpler and almost skeletal.
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