Chrissie Hynde poses for portraits at a north London recording studio, Tuesday, June 10, 2014, following the release of her first solo venture, entitled Stockholm, six years after the last Pretenders album. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)
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Chrissie Hynde's new record, "Stockholm," is the first in her 35-year career without the Pretenders name on the cover.But she says it's not so much a solo album -- more a band that got away."Stockholm" was recorded in the city of its title with producer Bjorn Yttling -- of Scandi-popsters Peter, Bjorn and John -- and musicians including Joakim Ahlund of Swedish indie band Caesars. There's Neil Young, lending his unmistakable guitar wail to "Down the Wrong Way".Hynde sounds like she's having fun on "Stockholm," which bears traces of both her punk roots and her even earlier love of 1960s rock and pop.Hynde, 62, has had some wild times.Hynde is impatient with questions about her role as a female rock pioneer.
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