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Coda: Katy Perry's forgettable "Dream"; Kanye's strangest collaborations; 9:30 Club launches label

katy perryKaty Perry - fine for one song at an awards show, not for an entire album.

It's end of summer but the summer jams keep coming. It's doubtful you'll revisit Katy Perry's next summer, but the same might not be true about the latest from Cee-Lo. Can we go a week without talking about Kanye West? Of course not. We picked his five oddest collaborations and dissected his Twitter persona. We took sides on which hip-hop classic we're most looking forward to at Sunday's Rock the Bells. And we checked in with one of our favorite sorta-local labels, Underwater Peoples while welcoming the newest, 9:30 Records. See you next week!

By Click Track  |  August 27, 2010; 4:55 PM ET
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