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Over the past 27 years, Polly Jean Harvey has released nine albums, two collaborative releases with John Parish, a theatrical score, a compilation of Peel Sessions and a set of 4-Track Demos, but no best-of collection to date, despite having released something on the order of around 40 singles. That puts her in an unusual […]
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The band's final album for Touch and Go was their finest moment.
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