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  1. The War on Drugs: Baby Missiles

    Free download from Last.fm

    http://www.last.fm/music/The+War+on+Drugs?source=home-free-downloads

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  2. Interview: Alan Light, Author of ‘The Holy or the Broken’ : NPR

    There are songs, and then there are anthems. Leonard Cohen’s "Hallelujah" is a popular power anthem now, but almost never saw light of day. In his new book, music journalist Alan Light charts the unlikely rise of the song through countless weddings, funerals and in film and television.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/12/02/166112493/dozens-of-covers-later-hallelujah-endures

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  3. You and Your Sister

    Bill Janovitz of Buffalo Tom covers You and Your Sister by Big Star …via the This Mortal Coil cover by The Breeders.

    http://billjanovitz.blogspot.com/2009/04/cover-of-week-25.html

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  4. Serpents by Sharon Van Etten

    http://blog.frankchimero.com/post/16539552150

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  5. The Devil’s Eye

    A cover of the song by Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens from 16 Lover’s Lane.

    2 February 1958 – 6 May 2006

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  6. The Devil’s Eye

    The Go-Betweens coverd by Killjoys.

    http://townfulloflosers.com/2011/05/06/stride-over-stride/

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  7. Cattle and Cane

    The Wedding Present covering The Go-Betweens.

    http://townfulloflosers.com/2011/05/06/stride-over-stride/

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  8. Young Blood by The Naked And Famous

    As heard on the deaddrops.com instructional video.

    From: http://fffff.at/fuckflickr/AutumnMix2010-TheoWatson/sort/name/

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  9. Never Talking to You Again

    Just unearthed, these Husker Du songs with Grant Hart playing and singing with Buffalo Tom in Chicago in December 2000.

    http://billjanovitz.blogspot.com/2011/01/cotw-97-98.html

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  10. British Sea Power — Caribou

    British Sea Power covers The Pixies.

    http://www.chromewaves.net/2011/01/british-sea-power-covers-pixies/

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