I’ve just gone from spinning an album called Rudiments of Mutilation by underground power violence psychonaughts Full of Hell to listening to Springsteen’s Born in the U.S.A. with absolutely no segue or transition of any kind. That’s weird, right?
But, actually, having experienced this dichotomy of aural tone and theme first — before recognizing and then analyzing the apparent strangeness of the situation — I have to say, the two albums compliment and play off of one another more than you might think. Give it a try!
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