Mission of Burma’s 2004 comeback album, “ONoffON,” followed over 20 years of radio silence from the band, which broke up in 1983. The album came on the heels of a frenzied response to the band’s reunion concerts the year before, and seemed like a miraculous final visit on that trip down memory lane. “A new Burma album is out!” is something fans had only gotten to say once before, really.
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