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By Chuck Eddy
Updated May 30, 1997 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Sins of the Father

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This New Orleans ex-truck driver isn’t as mired in existential gloom as his name suggests, though the rhythmic strumming and drawling of his vengeful ”U Who” add up to a snide species of folk-rap. More often, though, Camus’ slacker slurs in Sins of the Father are a sketchy hybrid of Beck and Tom Petty, both of whom mimic mid-’60s Dylan with miles more eccentric momentum. B

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