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Fresh off winning the 2004 Shortlist Prize for their debut full-length, Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes, TV on the Radio electrified La Zona Rosa Saturday night. The Brooklynites' bass-heavy stew of post-punk, soul, funk, and gospel left the sold-out crowd nice and sweaty for headliners the Faint, who worked a heavy Depeche Mode vibe for most of their set before unveiling a slow, sinister reading of Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer."

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