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Music Music July 12, 2000
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M. Doughty
Skittish
1996

Recorded in 1996, but still unreleased, this solo disc from Soul Coughing's singer and guitarist is more than just a rehashing of his former band's sound. Producer Kramer gives Doughty's unique voice and guitar more depth, but ultimately it's the songwriting that carries the day. From the folky "Cobain's Sarcoma" to the ethereal "Oh Lord, Thank You For Sending Me The F-Train" to the earnest Mary J. Blige cover "Real Love," Skittish is original, compelling, and for the time being, only available through Napster. Thankfully, downloading it isn't illegal, Doughty himself said it


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