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Music Review: Neil Young and Crazy Horse, ‘Psychedelic Pill’

November 29, 2012
dsp By MATTHEW PARRISH (mparrish@sungazette.com) , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

It gets kind of awkward when I'm listening to Neil Young and Crazy Horse's new double album, "Psychedelic Pill," on my iPod because much of the first track - the 27-minute-long epic "Driftin' Back" - consists of lyrics making me feel bad for doing so. "I don't want my MP3/ I don't want my MP3," Young sings, bringing to mind MTV's old catchphrase, "I want my MTV!" He continues, "When you hear my song now/ You only get 5 percent/ You used to get it all ... Blockin' out my anger/ Blockin' out my thoughts."

 
 

 

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