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Indigo Girls

All That We Let In

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Indigo Girls
All That We Let In
(Sony)
After returning to prominence with 2002’s Become You, the great duo of Emily Saliers and Amy Ray release another great close-to-the-roots folk-rock disc. Where most duos rely on one genius songwriter (Simon and Garfunkel), the Indigo Girls come from different musical ideologies that have made them a leading force in the alternative music scene since their debut. All That We Let In is filled with gems of inner turmoil and world-weary views accompanied by ideas of hope and change.
—Trevor MacLaren

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