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  • It Came From Canyon County

    The Invasion emerges with tales of anxiety and apocalypse
      On Father's Day 2006, The Invasion began working on what would eventually become their debut full-length CD, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Madness, which was produced by local Grammy recipient, Art Hodge. Over the next two years, the title would prove increasingly appropriate.
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  • Radiohead: In Rainbows

      (Editor's Note: The reviews below of Radiohead's new release, In Rainbows, were written by the four members of local band IQEQ.)
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