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A critical review of Jay Z's performance art || A chat with "Confessions of a Sociopath" author M.E. Thomas || U.K. indie rockers Alt-J (Best of Q)

Guest host Terry O'Reilly! Art critic Jerry Saltz on Jay Z's turn to performance art. A look at the sociopath with author M.E. Thomas on her book "Confessions of a Sociopath." Best of Q: UK indie rockers Alt-J on their debut album, "An Awesome Wave."

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