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Posted at 5:23 PM ET, 02/ 4/2011

Coda: Hello bounce beat; Goodbye White Stripes; See you next week, Grammys

By Click Track

XIBXIB was the most exciting band we saw all week. Will they be the most exciting band we see all year? Maybe! (All photos by Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

Another winter week has crept on by on Click Track. We saw some incredible young go-go bands, some neo-grunge lovebirds in need of some oomph, and a wonderful Swedish band that couldn't quite pull it together on stage. (Fist pump! Eye-roll. Sigh.) We also mourned the end of the White Stripes and recounted some of the wildest stage antics we've ever witnessed. Next week, we'll be ramping up for the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Until then, check out Taylor Swift doing Nicki Minaj raps...

By Click Track  | February 4, 2011; 5:23 PM ET
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