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The Sounds of Summer: What We're Listening To This Season

By Sarah Carlson | Comment Diversions | July 20, 2012 | Comments ()


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Most of us know -- haven't been able to avoid, really -- some of the more popular ear worms of summer, Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" being arguably the biggest so far. (I'm partial to Cookie Monster's version.) But we also know there's more music out there than what becomes ubiquitous in pop culture.

Music isn't discussed around these parts much, but it seemed time to check in again to see what you all, dear readers, are listening to this summer -- what makes up your life soundtrack. We've all got one.

I'll go first: The newest edition to mine is Regina Spektor's latest, the lovely and infectious "What We Saw From The Cheap Seats."

So, which artists and albums are getting you through the summer months?

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