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Pop music endures; Grammy Awards are proof

12:20 PM, Feb. 11, 2013
Grammys Offers Up an Eclectic Mix of Winners
Grammys Offers Up an Eclectic Mix of Winners: Gotye, Fun. and Mumford & Sons take the top honors at this year's Grammy Awards.
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LOS ANGELES - Since at least 1989, when it was universally ridiculed for bestowing the hard rock-metal award on Jethro Tull over Metallica, the Recording Academy has lived in fear of seeming terminally out of touch.

British neo-folkies Mumford & Sons won the evening's top prize, album of the year, for its earnestly hand-woven and homespun "Babel." The irreproachably indie duo the Black Keys scored the rock song Grammy for "Lonely Boy."

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