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Heat Check: Future Nostalgia

Like most things in our century, nostalgia has caught up with us at a bewildering rate. This week's additions to the Heat Check playlist take you back while they push you forward.
KIRBY's "Kool Aid" injects just the right doses of doo-wop and soul. Source: Courtney Loo & David Karp

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We recently got a new batch of bright-eyed, music-loving interns here at NPR Music. To get to know the new recruits, we asked them to share the first CD — I know, they bought with their own money, to which one hip-hop-inclined cherub answered, "'s."

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