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ONE WAY Recommends [Issue #3]
Steely Dan
By Ken Micallef

Everything Must Go (CD Warner Bros.)

Back in the 70s, Steely Dan provided millions with a laugh and the occasional swipe at The Eagles. Dan made their comeback with 2000s Two Against Nature, beating out Eminem for the Grammies' album of the year honors. Past Steely Dan epics have offered women both "young and willing" and "negative girls," all against a low rent assortment of fez wearers, show biz kids, and one Mr Lapage who is "always laughing, having fun, showing his films in the den." Everything Must Go picks up where 2vN left off, and then some. Everything Must Go is more about loss and regret, good times and nostalgia than about getting juiced on hooch and chasing the dragon. The Dan have finally grown up. Walter Becker and Donald Fagen still act like college smart asses, but "Things I Miss the Most," "The Last Mall," and the title track deal with the end of things as we know it. While the songs don't instantly knock off the socks, EMG is full of simple Dan classics. "Things I Miss the Most" describes a haggard loner who misses "the talk, the sex, somebody to trust" of a failed relationship. "Godwhacker" recalls "King of the World," a bad blood groover about baddies whose gang includes "me slinky red foot and trusted angel girl." "Pixeleen" describes a muscled cyber chick hailed as Dan's "perfect ultra queen." "Lunch with Gina" revisits Dan's obsession with younger femme fatales, frustrating our itchy protagonist in endless nooky-free lunches. Everything Must Go is Steely Dan getting old and coming to grips with it. May we all grow old so gracefully.

Steely Dan Everything Must Go


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