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Deadmau5

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September 25, 2012

You can't see the mouse helmet on the latest album from EDM superstar Joel Zimmerman. But you can hear it. Deadmau5 brings a love of spectacle – and the humor of a natural ham – to his strobe-lit club anthems. When he cues up "Closer," will the kids know they're waving their glow sticks to the Close Encounters of the Third Kind theme? Maybe not, but you can be sure Zimmerman will be grinning behind his mau5head.

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