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-'''Robert Christgau''' (born [[April 18]], [[1942]]), is an [[United States|American]] [[essayist]], [[music journalism|music journalist]], and the self-declared "Dean of American [[rock critic|Rock Critics]]".<ref name="Rosen">Jody Rosen, [http://www.slate.com/id/2148997 X-ed Out: The Village Voice fires a famous music critic], ''Slate'', [[September 5]] [[2006]]. Retrieved on [[15 October]] [[2006]].</ref> In print, his name is sometimes abbreviated as ''Xgau''.+'''Robert Christgau''' (born [[April 18]], [[1942]]), is an [[United States|American]] [[essayist]], [[music journalism|music journalist]], and the self-declared "Dean of American [[rock critic|Rock Critics]]". In print, his name is sometimes abbreviated as ''Xgau''.
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Robert Christgau (born April 18, 1942), is an American essayist, music journalist, and the self-declared "Dean of American Rock Critics". In print, his name is sometimes abbreviated as Xgau.



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