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    Wilco, Stars of the Universe, Says "Rolling Stone"
    Mary Ellen Matthews

    Inside the 40th Anniversary edition of Rolling Stone and in the first-ever digital edition of the entire magazine is a snazzy four-page foldout devoted to the best in the "indie rock universe," riffing off the interplanetary theme with subheadings like "Intergalactic Ear Killers" and "Lost in Bass."

    Positioned at the very center of the spread and, therefore, the sonic solar system, is Wilco, among the Masters of the Universe ("Year in, year out, it's their cosmos—everybody else just rocks in it.").

    To head to the RS indie rock universe, scroll to page 68 of the digital edition at rollingstone.com.

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Wilco, Stars of the Universe, Says "Rolling Stone"

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Inside the 40th Anniversary edition of Rolling Stone and in the first-ever digital edition of the entire magazine is a snazzy four-page foldout devoted to the best in the "indie rock universe," riffing off the interplanetary theme with subheadings like "Intergalactic Ear Killers" and "Lost in Bass." Positioned at the very center of the spread and, therefore, the sonic solar system, is Wilco, among the Masters of the Universe—everybody else just rocks in it.").

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Inside the 40th Anniversary edition of Rolling Stone and in the first-ever digital edition of the entire magazine is a snazzy four-page foldout devoted to the best in the "indie rock universe," riffing off the interplanetary theme with subheadings like "Intergalactic Ear Killers" and "Lost in Bass."

Positioned at the very center of the spread and, therefore, the sonic solar system, is Wilco, among the Masters of the Universe ("Year in, year out, it's their cosmos—everybody else just rocks in it.").

To head to the RS indie rock universe, scroll to page 68 of the digital edition at rollingstone.com.

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