The Beast Inside: The Afghan Whigs’ Gentlemen
David McKenna, unpublished, 2004
AMID THE SLEW of so-called grunge acts that emerged in the early 90s, Cincinnati rockers The Afghan Whigs stood out for their soul influences and the murky areas of the male psyche probed by songwriter and lead singer Greg Dulli. They distinguished themselves in 1992 with their final release for Sub Pop, the Uptown, Avondale EP, featuring brooding readings of classic soul numbers.
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