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Posted at 11:05 AM ET, 03/05/2012

In today’s Post: New Springsteen album feels dutiful; Young Jeezy kicks off tour at Fillmore; Radiohead to headline Verizon Center

Springsteen’s new album takes aim at Wall Street. ( Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
In today’s Washington Post:

- Bruce Springsteen’s new album “Wrecking Ball” takes aim at the the “robber barons” of Wall Street, but feels dutiful, according to a review from Chris Richards: “Springsteen doesn’t sound angry. He sounds angry on our behalf.”

- Rap star Young Jeezy is a long way from the streets that raised him, but Sarah Godfrey says he kicked off his national tour at the Fillmore Silver Spring on Saturday with his street cred in tact: “He seemed as relevant, and as beloved, as ever.”

- And over on the Going Out Guide, Radiohead announces a Verizon Center concert on Sunday, June 3. Will it go down without a disaster? David Malitz recounts the cataclysmic rains and freak accidents that have occurred at the band’s previous Washington-area performances.

By Click Track  |  11:05 AM ET, 03/05/2012

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