This song used to be performed as a dance number. Very driving. Impassioned vocals. Seriously, the experience was intoxicating. Richard Swift (and his band) played it as a show-closer, and it didn't disappoint.
It's too pared-down from the energy it used to have. It's a jig, instead of a combusting, swirling jack-knife. I can dig that he's going for a different vibe, but why alter a song that reached its zenith in another form. Just write another song… read more
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