Mutineer Despite occasional obtuse melodies and a few obnoxious guitar solos, Mutineer is worth careful scrutiny. With the vitriol of a reformed alcoholic and an intelligence… Mutineer Despite occasional obtuse melodies and a few obnoxious guitar solos, Mutineer is worth careful scrutiny. With the vitriol of a reformed alcoholic and an intelligence… Warren Zevon Rock
Music Review

Mutineer (1995)

EW's GRADE
B+

Details Lead Performance: Warren Zevon; Genre: Rock

Despite occasional obtuse melodies and a few obnoxious guitar solos, Mutineer is worth careful scrutiny. With the vitriol of a reformed alcoholic and an intelligence rare in pop, Warren Zevon rails against isolation and fear in ''Rottweiler Blues'' and closes with the title track, a ballad as sad and honest as they come. B+

Originally posted May 26, 1995 Published in issue #276 May 26, 1995 Order article reprints
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