Q&A: Phoenix rose quickly after big hit; band plays in Omaha on Tuesday

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Posted: Monday, August 5, 2013 12:00 am

When Phoenix had its breakout release, the band was already a veteran group.

The French indie pop rockers put out three albums before 2009's “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix” became a hit, with songs such as the infinitely catchy “1901” and romantic “Lisztomania” (in the sense that it's about Romantic German composer Franz Liszt).

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