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Susanne Sundfor's wounded voice and densely worded narrative fuel the foreboding aura of "The Brothel."
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June 28, 2010 Sundfor sounds haunted in "The Brothel," the nightmarish first single from her album of the same name. The song creeps through its chord changes, with droning keyboards and the shadowy sound of an electric piano providing the bulk of the music, but Sundfor's wounded voice and densely worded narrative are what fuel the tune's foreboding aura.
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