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1992 in albums: The Wayward Bus, by The Magnetic Fields

Lo-fi indie darlings tackle one of music’s greatest monsters

What do we do with the great art of terrible men?

Phil Spector was a truly terrible man. An abuser, child molester, and eventually a murderer. He died in prison while serving a life sentence, and was largely unmourned.




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Bernard O'Leary

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