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NPR's All Things Considered: Remembering Karen Carpenter, 30 years after she died of anorexia

From NPR:

By the time she was 24, Karen Carpenter was already famous, having released more than a dozen hit records with her brother, Richard, including "Close to You," "We've Only Just Begun," "Rainy Days and Mondays," "Superstar" and "Top of the World." Less than 10 years later, she'd be gone, the victim of heart failure brought on by anorexia nervosa. Karen Carpenter died 30 years ago Monday at age 32, and her legacy as one-half of the singing duo The Carpenters is a source of some disagreement.

Click here to listen to NPR's All Things Considered: Remembering Karen Carpenter, 30 Years Later.

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