Album Review: Mark Lanegan, Gargoyle

Impressive outing for alt-rock veteran

With a voice still sounding as grizzled as it did 30...

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The school I attended, if some dirty little urchin broke foul wind in class, the boys seated around him would wrinkle their noses and say, ‘Something crawled up your leg and died inside you, boy.’ The way Lanegan sings, it sounds like something died inside him a long time ago.

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