It’s useless to keep railing about Kravitz’ endless grave robbing. On 5, he shows no signs of halting his lifts from Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield, and the Beatles. At least this time he targets some new catalogs (Gary Numan, Depeche Mode). And his recasting of old sources hits on some fetching hooks and beats along the way. Now, if he could just get over his brain-dead peacenik lyrics, Kravitz might complete the transition from pariah to guilty pleasure. C
5It's useless to keep railing about Kravitz' endless grave robbing. On 5, he shows no signs of halting his lifts from Sly Stone, Curtis...5It's useless to keep railing about Kravitz' endless grave robbing. On 5, he shows no signs of halting his lifts from Sly Stone, Curtis...1998-05-15
Lead Performer: Lenny Kravitz; Producer (group): Virgin
Posted January 17 2015 — 10:36 AM EST
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