Let’s see, what did our Murfie staffers pick out as the most interesting disc at Murfie this week?
- Staffers had a debate, and this is in fact NOT a predecessor to the recent best-selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey
- Instead of passion and lust, themes of angst and deep reflection are more prevalent in this album
- If 14 Shades of Grey and 50 Shades of Grey provoke such different emotions, it’s still a mystery what all the other shades provoke
This album is loved by many who love rock. I wonder, would it would pair well with a good old fashioned night of reading?