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Ratatat finds peace with a little help from Bjork

By Linda Laban
Globe Correspondent / August 31, 2006

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The duo known as Ratatat is reticent to name drop. It takes several minutes of prying to get one half of the band, Evan Mast, to clarify that the ``house upstate" where the pair finished recording ``Classics," their second electronic indie-rock CD, was indeed the rural retreat of beguiling Icelandic chanteuse Bjork. (Full article: 501 words)

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