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    Listen: Laurie Anderson Talks 'Big Science' and More on 'The Adam Buxton Podcast'
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    Laurie Anderson is on the latest episode of The Adam Buxton Podcast. She spoke with Buxton about the release of her debut album, Big Science, on red vinyl this coming Friday and more, like collaborating with a supercomputer, her mind-reading experiment with David Bowie, and the importance of community. "People are making their own pods and realizing we're not living in one big world. The world is way too big for that," she says. "Community, I think, is what a lot of us long for, some people who understand them." You can hear their conversation below.

    You can pre-order Big Science on red vinyl here.

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Laurie Anderson is on the latest episode of The Adam Buxton Podcast. She talks with Buxton about the release of her debut album, Big Science, on red vinyl this coming Friday and more, like collaborating with a supercomputer, her mind-reading experiment with David Bowie, and the importance of community. "People are making their own pods and realizing we're not living in one big world. The world is way too big for that," she says. "Community, I think, is what a lot of us long for, some people who understand them." You can hear their conversation here.

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Laurie Anderson is on the latest episode of The Adam Buxton Podcast. She spoke with Buxton about the release of her debut album, Big Science, on red vinyl this coming Friday and more, like collaborating with a supercomputer, her mind-reading experiment with David Bowie, and the importance of community. "People are making their own pods and realizing we're not living in one big world. The world is way too big for that," she says. "Community, I think, is what a lot of us long for, some people who understand them." You can hear their conversation below.

You can pre-order Big Science on red vinyl here.

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Laurie Anderson: "The Adam Buxton Podcast," April 2021

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