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Two Against Nature

by Steely Dan

Two Against Nature by Steely Dan

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Two Against Nature

by Steely Dan

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Label: Giant/Reprise
Steely Dan were always ahead of the curve, and it was gratifying to see that little had changed twenty years after their last studio release. As acerbic and perfectionist as always, "Cousin Dupree" portrays an incest-minded lech and on "What A Shame About Me," Fagen once again proves he can do middle-aged angst with more than a touch of real emotion.

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Steely Dan were always ahead of the curve, and it was gratifying to see that little had changed twenty years after their last studio release. As acerbic and perfectionist as always, "Cousin Dupree" portrays an incest-minded lech and on "What A Shame About Me," Fagen once again proves he can do middle-aged angst with more than a touch of real emotion.

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Steely Dan were always ahead of the curve, and it was gratifying to see that little had changed twenty years after their last studio release. As acerbic and perfectionist as always, "Cousin Dupree" portrays an incest-minded lech and on "What A Shame About Me," Fagen once again proves he can do middle-aged angst with more than a touch of real emotion.