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Taylor Swift's "seven" Marks the End of Innocence

Taylor Swift's childhood has frequently acted as the rare domain that can neither be snatched by tabloids nor staked out by fans, but "seven" from her latest LP folklore presents a narrative of innocence dragged out of a child by abuse.

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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Hysterical

The folkloric Brooklyn band of indie rock fame return almost five years later with their third and most cohesive LP.

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Folklore: Carpenter's Falls

More the Ghost of Ian Curtis than H.W. Beavermann.

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Folklore: The Ghost of H.W. Beaverman

Folklore’s debut is a lovely opaque work that should appear on all serious Best of 2008 lists.

D.M. Edwards

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