Every musician can remember that one particular album that changed everything, and The Used are no exception.
Lead singer Bert McCracken shared the records that deeply influenced him growing up, including LPs from Rage Against the Machine and Pearl Jam that were gifted to him in fourth grade.
But it was Nirvana's Incesticide that truly left a mark on McCracken. "Still to this day, that's the record that taught me everything I know about harmony," he tells Fuse.
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