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July 17, 2005 | Steve Hochman, Special to The Times
Mainstream radio play has always been out of reach for the band Sigur Ros, if for no other reason than much of its music has been sung in a made-up language called Hopelandish. For its upcoming album, though, the group is instead singing in a language understood by a much larger population: Icelandic. What next -- a collaboration with new label-mate Ashlee Simpson? Don't bet on it. But there is a new outlook surrounding the group as it has moved to Geffen Records for "Takk" (due Sept.
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July 17, 2005 | Steve Hochman, Special to The Times
Mainstream radio play has always been out of reach for the band Sigur Ros, if for no other reason than much of its music has been sung in a made-up language called Hopelandish. For its upcoming album, though, the group is instead singing in a language understood by a much larger population: Icelandic. What next -- a collaboration with new label-mate Ashlee Simpson? Don't bet on it. But there is a new outlook surrounding the group as it has moved to Geffen Records for "Takk" (due Sept.
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