Miami Herald, March 6, 1986

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Elvis Costello shows his serious side


Tom Moon

In his new album, King of America, Elvis Costello does a pleading remake of the Animals' hit "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood." When he sings the title line, it is a vent for years of pent-up exasperation. Costello has been maligned for his gimmicky image since his debut in 1977, and his new message rings loud and clear: Take this year's model seriously.

"Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" trumpets the theme of reappraisal that runs throughout King of America. With previous albums My Aim Is True...


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Miami Herald, March 6, 1986


Tom Moon reviews King Of America.


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