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To be done right, rustication requires a little violence. On Duffy’s latest, I can’t decide which form I like betterthe clattering lap steel on “I Wasn’t Scared of Flying” or the cutting lyrics almost everywhere else: “The moments of abuse/Should not be an excuse/From moving on/Having fun/And being the only one.” Ouch. Leonard Roberge