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The The – Love Is Stronger Than Death

Matt Johnson was never afraid to tug at the heartstrings; even as he got older. After the heavy political themes present on 1989’s ‘Mind Bomb’, he decided to go for a deeper swim in the feels, and picked up where he left off with the classic ‘Soul Mining’ for his next studio album, 1993’s ‘Dusk’. A lot of the album went for a strong singer/songwriter feel, and was straighter than the previous efforts, but showed Johnson’s ability around a pop tune (that was always clear, but this album was less oblique).

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