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    1. U.K. sensation turned new Roc-Nation star Rita Ora shows her versatility with this intimate and stripped-down set.

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    2. Cincinnati indie-rockers WALK THE MOON may come from an unlikely place, but their classic grooves and melodies make for an unforgettable 'MTV Unplugged.'

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    3. Boasting an eclectic mix of brassy neo soul and ethereal baroque pop, Florence + The Machine pull out all the stops for their hushed yet grand Unplugged performance.

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    4. From rollicking rock to lush love songs, Young The Giant pulls the plug for an intimate, exhilarating performance.

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    5. Thirty Seconds To Mars' 'MTV Unplugged' was less a small, private taping and more a supernatural confluence shot on sacred ground.

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    6. Returning from their three year hiatus, Train perform music off their new album, 'Save Me San Francisco' as well as one of their all time hits, 'Drops Of Jupiter' in this soul searching Unplugged.

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    7. Ivy-League indie rockers Vampire Weekend refine all the energy, wit and charm of their songs for this pitch-perfect 'MTV Unplugged' performance.

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    8. Watch our favorite punky pop rockers play their hits and songs from their latest album, 'Brand New Eyes,' exclusively for 'MTV Unplugged.'

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    9. Los Angeles based indie rock veterans Silversun Pickups explore the 'creepy, quieter' moments of their songs. Watch their exclusive 'MTV Unplugged' performance.

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    10. Alicia Keys' elegant 'Unplugged' performance earned her four Grammy nominations, including Best R&B Album. Watch the incredibly powerful songbird at work, as she pulls the plug on 'Unbreakable,' 'A Woman's Worth' and others.

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  1. Bow down! Get to know the leader of the alternative hip-hop collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All.

  2. Sporting old-school beats and casual-cool rhymes, breakout hipster MC and genre-hopper Theophilus London is bending ears and quickly emerging as the New York rapper to watch.

  3. With Heartland roots and a Brooklyn home base, The National are lighting up the indie scene with fervent concerts that crescendo to a thing of soaring beauty.

  4. Go "In My Room" with this shimmering retro band live in Austin.

  5. A sweet confection of fuzzed-out noise-pop, dreamy girlish vocals and fiery electronic-like beats, the Brooklyn duo named Sleigh Bells are a sonic call to arms and like nothing you've ever heard.