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Shame, “Drunk Tank Pink”: The acclaimed British punk band promises a “bigger, bolder” sound on the follow-up to the 2018 debut “Songs Of Praise.”Why Don’t We, “The Good Times and the Bad Ones”: The LA boy band follows its 2018 debut with a sophomore album that features the singles “Fallin’,” “Lotus Inn” and “Slow Down,” which samples Smashing Pumpkins.Sleaford Mods, “Spare Ribs”: The 11th album from the British electropunk duo was preceded by the single “Mork N Mindy.”David Bowie, “Brilliant Live Adventures Part 3: LIVEANDWELL.COM”: This third in a series of six live releases was recorded in New York, Amsterdam, and Rio De Janeiro during the 1997 Earthling tour.

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Dolly Parton! Loretta Lynn and Jack White! Elliott Smith! Sleater-Kinney! Woody Guthrie! Jerry Garcia! And, of course, “Louie, Louie” and the Kingsmen! Take a trip all around Oregon with our list of the state’s greatest songs!

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Stacker took a look at Billboard’s year-end Hot 100 chart, which reflects the year’s most purchased and streamed songs, to find the top songs …

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From hip-hop to folk, Stacker recaps the frenetic year in music. We count down the 100 best albums of 2020, according to data from Best Ever Albums.

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