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Fourteen years after their debut album release, L.A.-based rockers Silversun Pickups have become known for lead singer Brian Aubert’s voice (the term “androgynous” is often thrown out) and frequent sonic comparisons to the Smashing Pumpkins (a reference perhaps lost on …

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