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Laurie Anderson's "Big Science"

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on July 10, 2007 - 8:22pm
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Laurie Anderson's 1982 album Big Science has been reissued in a remastered version available from Nonesuch Records, with new liner notes, bonus track, and video content. Pitchfork gives the album an 8.7.

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Laurie Anderson's 1982 album Big Science has been reissued in a remastered version available from Nonesuch Records, with new liner notes, bonus track, and video content.

To learn more about the the making of the album and watch video conversations with Laurie, visit laurieanderson.com.

Pitchfork gives the album an 8.7. You can read the review at pitchfork.com.

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Laurie Anderson: "Big Science" [cover]

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