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Album Premiere: Devin's 'Romancing' Is A Gleeful Romp

Preview the debut album by the New York City rocker

Devin
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April 5, 2012 9:55 AM ET

Click to listen to Devin's album 'Romancing'

New York City rocker Devin's debut, Romancing, is a gleeful romp that effortlessly captures passion and energy of his band's flamboyant live show. The tunes zoom by, merging the raw energy of the Ramones and the Stooges with the glamor of the Strokes. The album will hit stores on April 10th, but you can stream it in full today.

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