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Stream Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi's Rome With Jack White and Norah Jones

Dangermouse050911_1_blog.jpgIf you've flipped through our May issue (on newsstands now) you'd know that one of the most anticipated albums of the season is Rome, the collaboration between eclectic producer nonpareil, Danger Mouse, and Italian film composer, Daniele Luppi. While it's not available for purchase until next Tuesday, May 17, NPR managed to load a streaming version of the album for previews. We have to say, it does not disappoint. Even the curious combination of the devilish Jack White and the angelic Norah Jones is impressive. We were a bit concerned that his wails might eat her moans alive, but, oddly enough, the duo works. Jump in to what is sure to be one of the soundtracks of summer by clicking play on the embed below (and why not read our Q&A with the misters Mouse and Luppi while you listen?).



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