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Acid Tongue

by Jenny Lewis

Acid Tongue by Jenny Lewis

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Acid Tongue

by Jenny Lewis

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Label: Warner Bros.
Acid Tongue finds Lewis ditching the first-lady-of-country persona she unleashed on Rabbit Fur Coat. That's for the best; the Rilo Kiley front woman lacks the skill set to be the next Loretta Lynn. This time around she sounds more inspired by Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac and mid-'80s roots rock a la Lone Justice, wisely removing her elfin voice from the lead role and burying it in raucous honky tonk backbeats, monolithic twang and goopy pop production. Lewis is now a pop singer, not a balladeer.

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Acid Tongue finds Lewis ditching the first-lady-of-country persona she unleashed on Rabbit Fur Coat. That's for the best; the Rilo Kiley front woman lacks the skill set to be the next Loretta Lynn. This time around she sounds more inspired by Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac and mid-'80s roots rock a la Lone Justice, wisely removing her elfin voice from the lead role and burying it in raucous honky tonk backbeats, monolithic twang and goopy pop production. Lewis is now a pop singer, not a balladeer.

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About This Album

Acid Tongue finds Lewis ditching the first-lady-of-country persona she unleashed on Rabbit Fur Coat. That's for the best; the Rilo Kiley front woman lacks the skill set to be the next Loretta Lynn. This time around she sounds more inspired by Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac and mid-'80s roots rock a la Lone Justice, wisely removing her elfin voice from the lead role and burying it in raucous honky tonk backbeats, monolithic twang and goopy pop production. Lewis is now a pop singer, not a balladeer.