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(stylized in all caps; sometimes as RΛZZMΛTΛZZ) is the debut studio album by American musical duo I Dont Know How But They Found Me. It was
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is a 1977–82 news and entertainment program aimed primarily for teen and young adult audiences. Airing in the U.S. on the CBS television network
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was a music-based children's television programme that ran on ITV between 2 June 1981 and 2 January 1987.
was produced by Tyne Tees
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announced the coming release of their debut album,
. On September 16, the title track "
" was released, along with a lyric video. On October
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then in Potsdam, Berlin, London, and Madrid. The band's second album
Orfeum (2009) was recorded in Seattle with producer Geoff Ott (Pearl Jam