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Coda: FreeFest fever; Zac Brown boredom; Katy Perry too hot for "Sesame Street"

M.I.A. was great in 2007 - can she do it again in 2010?

In non-FreeFest news, this week brought us a snoozer of a new album from Zac Brown Band. Meantime, things were more salacious online. First off: Come on, Katy Perry. What "Sesame Streeet" did you grow up on? And Taylor Momsen -- you're only 17! We tried to block them out and spent most of our time getting ready for Saturday's Virgin Mobile FreeFest. The schedule; the conflicts; the best past performances; a guide to the Dance Forest; debating whether M.I.A. will redeem herself; and finally the Click Track draft.

Be sure to come to Click Track for live coverage all day on Saturday, beginning at noon.

And for even more constant updates follow us on Twitter. We're @chris__richards and @malitzd.

By Click Track  | September 24, 2010; 3:36 PM ET
Categories:  Coda  | Tags:  Virgin Mobile FreeFest  
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