Billboard, April 16, 1994

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Billboard

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13 Steps Lead Down

Elvis Costello

Larry Flick

Cassette single

From the tin-pot snare attack and talking keyboard to the ferocious vocal verve of Costello, this wonderful track announces with full-face snarl that Elvis & the Attractions are back on the block, rocking like a house on fire. Great fun, with a difficult-to-forget groove, and a fine initiation to Costello's Brutal Youth album. Unreleased bonus track "A Drunken Man's Praise of Sobriety," a tiny theatre piece for hard-core fans, is W.B. Yeats' wry outburst as interpreted by El.


Tags: 13 Steps Lead DownA Drunken Man's Praise Of SobrietyBrutal YouthDeclan MacManusMitchell FroomW.B. Yeats

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Billboard, April 16, 1994


Larry Flick reviews "13 Steps Lead Down."

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