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Arts and Entertainment

Amoeba's First Live EP: TV on the Radio

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The world's largest independent music store, Amoeba Music, is releasing their first-ever limited edition EP of TV on the Radio's in-store performance from this past September. Amoebais known for their legendary in-stores, and this four track disc will be available at all three stores (including ours), and online, March 27th.

TV on the Radio's latest release, Return to Cookie Mountain, was named Album of the Year by Spin Magazine, and the four songs on Amoeba's EP ("Blues From Down Here," "Wolf Like Me," Province," and "Wash the Day") are the featured live tracks. This comes out just in time for their sold out show in Los Angeles, this Friday night 3/31 at the Henry Fonda Theater.

Produced by Chris Moore, a limited number of this disc will be sold for $5.98 at the three stores beginning March 27th for thirty days or until supplies run out.