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In Rotation: Baby Teeth front man Abraham Levitan on M.I.A.'s Fingergate 

Plus: Reader staff writer Kevin Warwick on Black Breath's upcoming ripper and sixth-grader Rebecca Worth on the merits of Adele

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Rebecca Worth, sixth grader at Shepard Middle School and student in Levitan's music-teaching group, Piano Power, what she's obsessed with. Her answers are...

Adele She has a different tone than other singers. She has a unique voice—I like how she uses it. She has a large range of notes.

Maroon 5 I like the different melodies they use for their songs, and I enjoy the lead singer, Adam. He also has a unique voice. A lot of singers have the same kind of voice, but not him.

Joyful Noise The movie was about people who were in a church choir. It was good—I definitely noticed the singing. A lot of the singing was church- or Christian-related, so if you're not Christian, it might not be as enjoyable. But it's still really good.

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