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Drop box: Lost Tracks from Rubén Blades, Visqueen and 16bit. Plus: a holiday edition of The Singles File

Ruben BladesRubén Blades may be Panama's minister of tourism, but his latest album salutes Cuba. (Courtesy

Another day, another new column on Click Track. Today we introduce Drop box, your weekly link to the recordings reviewed in Tuesday's Washington Post.

Today also marks the relaunch of our annual "Lost Tracks" feature -- a year-end look at the albums we (and the rest of the world) may have overlooked. Achy Obejas chimes in on the latest from Rubén Blades, Post pop music editor Joe Heim reviews Seattle rock troupe Visqueen, and Allison Stewart sings the praises of chainsaw-loving dubsteppers 16bit.

And in today's Singles File column, Allison Stewart rounds up a gaggle of new holiday jams and gems.

By Chris Richards  |  December 22, 2009; 9:38 AM ET
Categories:  Drop box  | Tags: 16bit, Rubén Blades, Visqueen  
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