"Right then and there I knew it was the one"
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"You know how many hits we got, right?"
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"This ... is the last record that he actually wanted out"
Kendrick shines, Taylor shades and more
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"They shoulda gave it to me in '86 when even Michael Jackson said there was nothing in the world more popular"
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Two discs of 'Gensho' intended to be played simultaneously