Evil Enough

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  • Running to 4 minutes 38 seconds, the title track of the Tara Lynch debut album is also the first. It includes two sets of male vocals, by Mark Boals and Brent Woods.
  • Asked if it was about Ozzy Osbourne, Lynch replied: "Hahaha definitely not Ozzy! 'Evil Enough' is a song about an ex who would often use that expression to describe me. Am I Evil Enough? Yes, I am. I am evil enough to speak openly and freely in each and every one of my songs about people who have affected my life in a negative way. So he's basically getting drawn and quartered in this title track! I've been through a lot and you learn that listening to this album."
  • Lynch played all the guitars on "Evil Enough" as on all the other tracks on the album, and this is a good way to start it. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 3
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