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The Song of a Generation?

“She Sells Sanctuary” — The Cult (1985)

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NOTE: I am defining “Song of a Generation” as any song that takes from the past, applies it to the present, and serves as a harbinger of what will follow.

That said, let me call out a few things:

  1. I am not a big fan of The Cult. I like them for a few songs, this being…

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Keith R. Higgons

Keith R. Higgons

Writer & Podcaster — Abandoned Albums

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