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Camoufleur

On each of its three albums, this duo of Chicago experimenters has grown gradually less obtuse. Camoufleur is their most listenable — and ambitious — work yet. Built around two gorgeous ballads, Jim O’Rourke’s ”Mouth Canyon” and David Grubbs’ ”Blues Subtitled No Sense of Wonder,” the album still boasts plenty of weirdness (steel drums!), but only rarely does it interfere with the pure beauty of their sound. A-

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