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Ted Drozdowski


  • Young Blood

    Jerry Lee Lewis has had enough stomach trouble, gunplay and marriages to kill a man twice, but at 59 he still pounds the piano like a train wreck and sings with the vigor and venom of a punk rocker. Assuming this album title's not alluding to transfusions, I'd say it's Lewis' elemental nature that has […]

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  • The Bends

    Luck and lyrics that capped the Zeitgeist's ass made Radiohead's "Creep" the summer radio hit of 1993. The song initially stifled in the band's native England, where the pained introspection of its "I'm a creep/I'm a weirdo" refrain collided with the glib irony of the London Suede and other codifiers of pop taste. Even Radiohead […]

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