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Just an innocent young man, sitting on the steps of 142 Mercer Street, waiting for his Uptown girl to visit from her white-bread world. (Granted, the cover of Joel's fourth album, Turnstiles, could easily work here too, but An Innocent Man just straight-up has better songs.)
Window. Big City. Christmas. Sadness. Done, done, done and done.
Here the Pixy Stix Pratt grads make it very clear that they love Brooklyn, going as far as naming their debut album after main drag Grand Street and giving it a graffitied look, because, you know, DIY.
We're sensing a theme.