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CD Review: Dan Deacon 

America (Domino)

The centerpiece of electronic-music freak Dan Deacon's first album in three years is a four-song, 22-minute "USA" suite that employs nearly two dozen classical-music players who travel the landscape, sonic and otherwise, with the Baltimore multi-instrumentalist. But first Deacon checks in with smaller-scale, but no less panoramic, snapshots like "True Thrush" and "Lots." America is deep, dark, and abundantly ambitious.

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