I’m sure that I said it before, but anything that reminds me of Concrete Blonde, who, I have it on good authority, has been medically proven to be the best band ever to have trod the boards, is always going to sit well with me. Better than well. In fact, brilliantly. And if I had said as much (I did, I did), it would have been about their recent single which is found as the opening number on this album, “Mon Souvenir”. It has the same dark heart, dynamic range, blend of sophistication and sleaze, edge, and accessibility as the aforementioned band…

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