"The same old dirty-cop-in-a-dirtier-city tune is made to sound like something completely new."
From white-hot rising talent Monroe ('57 Chicago, 2001), a punishing cops and robbers tale that won't win any prizes for subtlety, though there's much to admire in its two-fisted directness.
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