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Newswire: MTV Unplugged returns this fall

It’s been far too long since superstar musicians have had a regular outlet where they could sit down on a stool and perform a thrillingly revelatory/annoyingly masturbatory acoustic set of some of their biggest hits and lesser-known tracks, but after a few years of only doing one-off specials, MTV has announced that it’s resurrecting MTV Unplugged for a new generation of people who probably have no idea who Eric Clapton is.
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