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By way of Russia, art-rock for art's sake

By Siddhartha Mitter
Globe Correspondent / March 24, 2006

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Ever wonder where art-rock went? Ambitious, literary rock music with an appetite for genre experimentation and an extroverted, theatrical stage personality? If you're stuck in a rut, replaying your old Roxy Musicor Talking Heads records, then you probably haven't been looking to the east -- Eastern Europe, that is. (Full article: 891 words)

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