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Exclusive stream: The 92s, 'Read My Mind'

The wait is almost over: On March 4, 2012 RedEye Rock 'n' Vote winners The 92s will release their debut full-length, "Television Fuzz." I'm excited, and you should be too.

To hold you over, here's an exclusive premiere of the rockers' "Read My Mind," which offers a good taste of what the consistently catchy album has in store. Listen and enjoy!

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