Kringeworthy

Album: Evil Enough (2018)
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  • At 5 minutes 18 seconds, "Kringeworthy" is the fourth and longest track on the 2018 Evil Enough album. Asked if the deliberate spelling of the title was significant, perhaps relating to a named individual, she replied: "'Kringeworthy' is absolutely a personal song, they all are, but this one in particular pertains to a very specific personality type that I have had to endure at one time or another. These are the guys that are incredibly arrogant, greedy and end up destroying any and all opportunities they may have been exposed to for a short time ultimately leaving them pathetic, without work and definitely alone at home. The Kringeworthy folks know exactly who they are."

    That may sound unduly cynical, but although this was her debut solo album, Tara Lynch had been playing the guitar for over 30 years, which is long enough to rub shoulders with these type of unsavory individuals on main street, much less the music business. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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