The Naked Carmen
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|The Naked Carmen|
|Studio album by David Hess and John Corigliano|
Robert Christgau of The Village Voice gave The Naked Carmen a "C" and dubbed it "the aptest instance of overpretension in the history of rock-is-art", although he said that its country-western version of "The Toreador Song" "works beautifully."
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