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British band co-headlining annual Albany music party

“I like that about it, the fact that it’s got different things, rough things, quite intense things and quite strange things,” Karl Wallinger says of World Party’s five-disc collection “Arkeology.” The British band is the headline act on the Madison Stage at this weekend’s LarkFEST.
“I like that about it, the fact that it’s got different things, rough things, quite intense things and quite strange things,” Karl Wallinger says of World Party’s five-disc collection “Arkeology.” The British band is the headline act on the Madison Stage at this weekend’s LarkFEST.
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Karl Wallinger is reintroducing World Party to the U.S. by doubling the band’s recorded output. “Arkeology,” a 70-song, five-CD blowout featuring new tracks alongside B-sides, live recordings and other rarities from throughout the band’s 25-plus-year career, is the first new recording from World Party since 2000’s “Dumbing Up,” the band’s fifth album. The new songs, many recorded last year, also represent the first new material since Wallinger was sidelined in 2001 with a brain aneurysm ...


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