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    Robert Plant and Alison Krauss on the Music That Means

    Pitchfork is excited to announce the latest episode of its new video series, “Pass the Aux.” In these videos, we present artists with various life situations—from the ecstatic to the existential—to find out what songs they would play in each circumstance and why. Along the way, they’ll get the chance to go deep on the music that has meant the most to them.

    This episode of “Pass The Aux” features Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, who recently reunited on their new collaborative album, Raise the Roof, the follow-up to their Grammy-winning 2007 record Raising Sand. Plant and Krauss reflect on their early musical influences and tracks that have left a lasting impact, plus their go-tos for karaoke and mood-lifting, and more.

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