90: Guilty Feet Have Got No Rhythm

This week, we listen back to the music of George Michael, the son of blue-collar Greek immigrants who went from doing average imitations of disco-rap to infusing 80s new romantic music with the swagger of an earlier era's rock and R&B. We also talk a bit about how the deaths of artists can change the way we hear their music–or not, and whether Fred Durst ever did anything worth a damn.

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