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Some great, great songs

This album is a tad inconsistent, but it has three of my all-time favorites that have stood up for over 20 years of listening. The anthemic "Dazzling Display" is just that, with the help of Peter Buck. Back when MTV showed videos, one of the best of all time was for "Drag", a timeless, up tempo rocker with catchy drums and funky horns (great to dance to), and the slower, more forceful "405" has that moment near the end I never tire of when, in the quiet, he says the title. Full of odd squeaks and noises, it all works in the end. I am sorry fewer haven't bought it or reviewed it.

Biography

Born: February 21, 1960 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Steve Wynn, as founder of the Dream Syndicate, almost single-handedly tuned the ears of college-age rock fans in the early '80s to the two prior decades of guitar-drenched rock that inspired him as one of the founding fathers of the Paisley Underground movement. After graduating from the University of California at Davis and following a stint with his requisite new wave band of that era, Suspects, Wynn took a cross-country trip in search of Alex Chilton, one of his...
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