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For example:

"The song, which was released in 1982, has since become a hit."

"The song, released in 1982, has since become a hit."

Do these two sentences mean the same thing, and are they both grammatically correct?

  • Yes/yes, and I would not change the word order. – pazzo Oct 31 '14 at 23:35
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Both mean the same thing, but I would just say

The song has become a hit since its release in 1982.

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