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    Album Reviews

    This weeks album reviews are Mosquito from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Let's Face the Music and Dance from Willy Nelson & Family, & Ghost on Ghost from Iron & Wine. Edel Coffey & Chris Wasser join Sean to discuss.

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    Live Music - Paul Melia

    Paul Melia performs 'Hold on to the Colours' live in studio with interview by Seán Rocks. The track is from his debut album of the same name - www.myspace.com/paulmeliamusic.

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    Report: 'Messiah on the Street'

    Audrey Donohue on 'Messiah on the Street' which takes place on Fishamble Street in Dublin's city centre this Saturday, April 13th at 1pm. www.olcs.ie for more information.

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    Music - Josh Ritter

    Josh Ritter joins Seán Rocks in studio and discusses his latest album 'The Beast in it's Tracks'. Josh performs in Ireland in July - www.joshritter.com for details & www.ticketmaster.ie for tickets.

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    Album Reviews

    Emer McLysaght & Alan Corr review this week's new album releases 'English Electric' from OMD, 'Waking on a Pretty Daze' from Kurt Vile and 'Paramore' from Paramore with Evelyn O'Rourke.

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    Driving Songs

    As many of Arena's listeners enjoy the programme while sitting in their cars, Abie Philbin-Bowman discusses songs which are inspired by driving.

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    Driving Songs

    Abie Philbin-Bowman with Arena listeners suggestions for 'driving' songs via Twitter and Text.

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    Album Reviews

    Aoife Barry and Eoin Glackin review this week's new album releases 'The Terror' by The Flaming Lips, 'Dear Miss Lonely Hearts' from Cold War Kids and 'People, Hell and Angels' from Jimi Hendrix with Seán Rocks.

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    Clive Davis - 'The Soundtrack of my Life'

    Jim Carroll discusses the book Clive Davis "The Soundtrack of My Life" which is out now and published by Simon & Schuster. Davis was instrumental in the careers of artists such as Janis Joplin and Whitney Houston.

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    Film - Good Vibrations

    Tony Clayton-Lea on the film 'Good Vibrations' which is about the Belfast record store of the same name, run by Terry Hooley, which kept going through the Troubles. The film is released on Friday March 29th.

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