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The National Want To Give Karl Rove A Cut Of The Royalties For Their New Album

Did your ears perk up at the eerie monologue that arrives about 10 minutes into the National’s new album Sleep Well Beast? "People like you are still living in what we call the reality-based community," a pitch-shifted voice begins during the bridge of "Walk It Back," the third track, as the band churns behind him.
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