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The decade's most memorable reunion stories have not been cash grabs by classic rock giants, but unexpected comebacks by some of indie's most valuable players. Here's why.
14 Jan 2010
Mission of Burma’s continued relevance, cemented by the two excellent albums released since their reunion, is just one thing that separates them from the current crop of groups reuniting around classic albums. Their music, and their performance, is much too timely to ever be confused with nostalgia.
09 Jul 2008
Two years after their astonishing return to music, Mission of Burma raises the ante with The Obliterati, playing harder and louder than ever... but this time with a lopsided grin. 'This is all pure gravy, unexpected and unsought,' says bass player Clint Conley, a statement that is as true for fans as it is for the band.
04 Jun 2006
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