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Coda: Mourning Guru; Stump-ing for the Earth; Scratching our heads

gang starrHip-hop fans said goodbye to a true pathfinder. Guru, right, was one half of Gang Starr, along with DJ Premier. (Daniel Hastings)

Another busy week on Click Track, recapped: Along with the the greater music blogosphere, we mourned the death of Gang Starr rapper Guru. We also took a look ahead at this weekend's Climate Rally on the National Mall with an interview from maybe-soon-to-be-ex-Fall-Out-Boy-frontman Patrick Stump. David Malitz spoke with filmmaker Danny Perez about the new Animal Collective film project "Oddsac." We also spent much for the week scratching our heads: Is the right wing really afraid of Miley Cyrus? Does Rolling Stone really expect us to be excited about the Black Eyed Peas? And is 9:30 club owner Seth Hurwitz really any good on the drums? Before we say farewell for the next 48 hours, be sure to read Sir Elton John's editorial in Sunday's Outlook section of the Washington Post. (Or read it online right now.)

By Chris Richards  |  April 23, 2010; 6:20 PM ET
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