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A warm and fuzzy Partridge? Not!

December 13, 2006

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XTC's Andy Partridge doesn't do iTunes. He finds the idea of a rocker his age -- 53 -- getting up on stage "embarrassing." Partridge's place is the studio. With his band -- known for their semi-hits "Dear God" and "Mayor of Simpleton" -- on hiatus, the singer has assembled more than 100 of his demos, rejects, and oddities for a ... (Full article: 696 words)

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