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Robin lays it on a bit Thicke

He sung about blurred lines, but has Robin Thicke crossed the line? Music critics certainly seem to think so. The R&B singer’s new album is named after his estranged wife, but critics say it sounds more like a thriller than a love ballad.

Also on our special music show: singing to remember. As Sarajevo marked the centennial of an archduke's murder that lit the fuse for World War I, its orchestral choir joined up with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra to offer a message of unity to the divided country and continent.

Finally, music with a mission: festival season is in full swing and this year many are pairing good tunes with a good cause. We tell you how.

By Jade BARKER , Mariam SAAB

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2017-10-20 culture

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