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Hear Songs From Rolling Stone's November 22nd Issue

Music from Trey Anastasio, Soundgarden, Pitbull and more

Trey Anastasio
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November 9, 2012 7:00 AM ET

In the new issue of Rolling Stone, the sixth James Bond, Daniel Craig, loosens up for the cover, former Phish frontman Trey Anastasio talks about how breaking up his band and getting busted helped him save himself, Pitbull takes us out on a wild weekend in Brazil and Thom Yorke previews the debut LP from Atoms for Peace. Hear tracks by these artists and more:

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