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Culture Jamming

Top Pop Culture Picks for the Week

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TOP PICK

A Band Called Death

(Drafthouse)

This documentary about the black Detroit punk band didn’t generate much revenue at the box office during its short theatrical release (that included a one-night stand in Cleveland) but it provides an in-depth look at a seminal act. The inclusion of so much of the band’s music is a plus as it serves to reintroduce us to the visceral, Stooges-like tunes.

Glen Campbell

See You There

(Surfdog Records)

The country icon revisits his biggest hits and provides beautifully re-recorded versions. Given his failing health, this might be his last album and if that's the case it’s quite the farewell.

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