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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM: FAN'S BEST FRIEND EDITION

Glassnote band Mumford & Sons, who scored a #1 chart debut not long ago with their album Delta, appeared on the cover of our most recent print edition, a decision that doubtless occasioned them much regret. 

In any case, their strong debut was accompanied by the ringing of banjos, as the British band returned to key elements of their signature sound. As to the canine companion featured in our cover photo, the band plans to use a copy of the mag to dispose of his leavings.

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