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Sheryl Crow: Sheryl Crow (A&M)

Eric Weisbard, Spin, November 1996

ALMOST ANY song here would sound just fine played next to Beck on the radio. Both artists are rejuvenating the LA singer/songwriter for a digital era where all music is equally artificial, a schizophrenia of sound that theorists call schizophonia.

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