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Smog's 'Knock Knock' Turns 20

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Smog's 'Knock Knock' Turns 20
At the end of the 1990s, Bill Callahan gathered a small group of children to sing along with two songs for his new "album for teenagers," Knock Knock. The way Callahan told it at the time, he didn't record in the booth with the selected members of the Chicago Children's Choir, whose giddy voices accompany his drawled, deadpan musings in "No Dancing" and "Hit The Ground Running." Instead, the 30-something songwriter stood just outside the glass partition, mouthing along. "They wanted to see me sing," he explained. In the two decades since the release of Knock Knock, Bill Callahan has...
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