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Coda: Cee-Lo's new success; Soundgarden fans have their say; Jonsi talks and sings

By Click Track

cee loCee-Lo performs at the Soul Train awards this week. (Moses Robinson/Getty Images)

The shape-shifting Cee-Lo Green reached another career high with his new album, "Lady Killer." Then he turned his hit "[Expletive] You" into "Fox News" on "The Colbert Report." Soundgarden fans defended the band after we (well, David) asked what made them good. (Some of you didn't have to be that mean, jeez.) We talked to Jonsi before his 9:30 Club shows and then wondered if it was good enough for music to just be pretty? Thursday's Os Mutantes show made us think about which of Kurt Cobain's championed bands was best. Miranda Lambert won big at the CMAs; Choc Quib Town were among many winners at the Latin Grammys. And La Roux finally made it to the 9:30 Club. See you next week!

By Click Track  | November 12, 2010; 3:00 PM ET
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