Lenny's always been an Eighties kid, and here he goes for some full-tilt Martha Quinn rock & slinging sharp wordplay like Elvis Costello, referencing "Heart of Glass," bringing the neon-sweatband guitar flash. The best bit is the Princely spokenword interlude: "I've been standing by the wall/Blindfolded with cigarette." Sounds kinda unsafe, but then again, the Eighties were all about bad decisions.
- Lenny Kravitz
- "The Chamber"
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