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<b><a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002260" title="PJ Harvey" href="/topic/entertainment/music/pj-harvey-PECLB002260.topic">PJ Harvey</a>'s 'Let <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000021201" title="England" href="/topic/international/britain/england-PLGEO00000021201.topic">England</a> Shake'</b>: Early reviews for the latest from this shape-shifting British singer-songwriter may be mixed, but there's something in this album's politically charged, sonically unpredictable mix that's bewitching. Singing in the same high register as in 2007's grim "White Chalk" and framed at various points by woozy horns and jangly autoharp, Harvey doesn’t sound like the feral force of nature of her early work, but she still sounds like nobody else.

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PJ Harvey's 'Let England Shake': Early reviews for the latest from this shape-shifting British singer-songwriter may be mixed, but there's something in this album's politically charged, sonically unpredictable mix that's bewitching. Singing in the same high register as in 2007's grim "White Chalk" and framed at various points by woozy horns and jangly autoharp, Harvey doesn’t sound like the feral force of nature of her early work, but she still sounds like nobody else.

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