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MGMT's brilliant, debatably good fuck-you 

It's easier to tell a story everyone's heard before. Audiences follow more comfortably when the narrative is familiar, when the twist comes right after the turn. Once the province of lazy journalists, today the pastime of surface skimming and story conforming is…

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