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The Over/Under: Ryan Adams

It's been 10 years since the release of Heartbreaker, Ryan Adams' first post-Whiskeytown effort, and these days he is sober,
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The Over/Under: Talking Heads

The Over/Under: Talking Heads

Talking Heads positioned themselves in NYC’s mid-'70s downtown arts scene at the most fortunate moment possible. With one ear trained
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The Over/Under: Modest Mouse

Platinum-selling. Grammy-nominated. These are not usually adjectives attached to indie/punk/alternative bands. Not good ones anyway. I thought Modest Mouse would
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You Can Always Get What You Want: A Rolling Stones Fan’s Over/Under

This came from reader Stephen Sigl, who thought it was about time MAGNET had an Over/Under on the Rolling Stones.
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The Over/Under: Black Flag

The Over/Under: Black Flag

You could make the argument—and several critics and historians have made it—that American hardcore punk begins with Black Flag. By
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The Over/Under: Built To Spill

Doug Martsch cannot hear you. He thinks the world has plenty of Built To Spill albums. This summer he told
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And Then The Mailbag Turned Itself Inside-Out: A Yo La Tengo Fan’s Over/Under

This email came from reader Zachary Malkinson of Boulder, Colo., in anticipation of a Yo La Tengo Over/Under. Anyone else
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The Over/Under: Sonic Youth

The Over/Under: Sonic Youth

‘Scuse me, sir? You with the Devendra Banhart haircut? And you, ma’am, in the vintage prom dress and cat’s-eye spectacles?
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The Over/Under: The Flaming Lips

The alt-rock world has produced very few acts as willfully weird, deliciously different, long-lived, ancient and justified as Oklahoma City’s
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The Over/Under: Beck

Beck came to most people by way of MTV wearing a stormtrooper mask and rapping about "getting crazy with the
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R.I.P. MAGNET Senior Writer Jonathan Valania