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The Irony of Good Sound

How it can prevent you from empathizing the lyrics.

Photo by Jason Rosewell on Unsplash

Nirvana, Rage Against the Machine, and the Wu-Tang Clan. What do they all have in common?

Other than being 90’s sensations, they have some of the most unique sounds in their respective genres.

And, while it pains me to write this, this shared characteristic is sometimes at their demise.

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Noah Levy

Noah Levy

Don’t sweat the small stuff. Lifelong learner. Sometimes I write satire, but it’s kinda true…Want to say hi? Email me! noahlevywriter@gmail.com

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