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Pentatonix Album Review

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Pentatonix, an acapella group originating from Arlington, Texas, has been attracting millions of fans since 2011 with their unique sound and ethereal vocal harmonies. Once recording solely covers of popular songs, the group has released their first original album that has shattered records and topped the Billboard 200 Albums Chart. Pentatonix fans Sharada Saraf ’16, and Claire Mulcahy ’16, review the most popular songs from the album and look at the popular group’s development since their beginnings on the Sing Off.

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