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Yesterday morning, Pitchfork started streaming R.E.M.’s “Supernatural Superserious,” the new single from their upcoming album, Accelerate. Since then, we’ve been scouring the Internet (Hype Machine, Google Blog Search, elbo.ws, etc.) for a downloadable version — but to no avail. Usually, once there’s streaming audio of a song, it takes all of ten minutes for someone to rip an MP3. Could it be that everyone old enough to still be an R.E.M. fan is also too old to know how to do such a thing? If so, can someone please ask a younger sibling to do it for us? After that, could someone show us how to put it on our iPod? UPDATE: We found it!
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