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Tuesday, Oct 6, 2009
by PopMatters Staff
by Bob Stanley
New Statesman (17 September 2009)

“Does London have a musical soul? The sprawling city has inspired countless songs, but its identity has been notoriously difficult to pin down. Perhaps it is best seen through the eyes of outsiders.” (suggested by Dominic Umile)


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