Are you able to sue a state if a cultural or societal thing associated with that state infringes on your rights? Like if some fundamental aspect of the state or its identity conflicts with the rights given to us by the constitution, can you sue for damages or have it changed? What I’m really trying to ask, I guess is
Can I sue New Jersey for the very concept of the Jersey Devil if i have a good enough case
Every Record I Own - Day 14: Akimbo Navigating The Bronze
The tour van on the cover of Akimbo’s fifth album is somewhat ironic considering this album coincides with the end of the band’s time on the road. Career obligations relegated the band to more casual operations until their break-up five years later. This album was recorded in Louisville with Chris Owens, and supposedly the hard drive crashed at some point in the overdub process so the recording had to be started over from the beginning. This recording session also yielded the Jersey Shores concept album, though that wasn’t officially released until 2010. Yet another solid record by a solid band.