Lieberman’s Jewish belief and roots, would characterize the better part of the artist’s next several efforts, finding him rebel against modern Judaic practices, seeking to discover the heart of the faith within the Torah. This battle overflowed into Lieberman’s music, leading to him to eventually be dubbed as the “Gangsta Rabbi,” while his sound continued to morph and grow, drawing comparisons to artists like Ian Anderson, Ozzy, Moondog, and Johnny Lydon, with college radio beginning to pick up his songs, eventually paving way for opportunities to play onstage with bands like Weezer and Andrew WK.
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