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Canada's Broken Social Scene is Back with Forgiveness Rock Record  At 14 tracks, Broken Social Scene’s Forgiveness Rock Record is an hour well spent, and is sure to satiate fans, while also instilling a few happy hunger growls in anticipation for the next release. [more...]

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