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Thurston Moore at All Tomorrow's Parties

September 23, 2008 5:55 PM ET

Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore was at this past weekend's All Tomorrow's Parties festival to play his classic solo album Psychic Hearts in it's entirety. "It's kind of annoying," Moore admits to Rolling Stone's Kevin O'Donnell. "But exciting at the same time." Click above for more from Moore, including the mishap the band had at an earlier All Tomorrow's Parties and what song they are recording for Gossip Girl.

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