“TIM Robbins has said, “You can’t come home after a night out and act, but you can write a song.” On his eponymous debut album, the Oscar-winning actor shows off his late-night avocation with musical skills that conjure several singer-songwriter styles. Those qualities jell in the song “Time to Kill.” It’s a dark, propulsive Jack White-meets-Arcade Fire blues piece — told as a first-person narrative by a soldier trying to readjust to civilian life after experiencing war. It’s an unsettling and timeless antiwar song that rocks.”
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