As the dark embrace of “The Take” kicks this album off, it feels like coming home. It is a warm, seductive, familiar and exotic place, and the song feels wonderfully languid, lush and louche as it prowls along. In short, it is a song that whiffs of rock and roll decadence, and I can’t get enough.

But, like all lead singles that act as the opening salvo of an album…

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