Skunk Anansie - 'Black Traffic'

Skunk Anansie - 'Black Traffic'

Back when flint was the primary material used for cutting tools and man’s worst fear was a run-in with a sabre-toothed tiger, Skunk Anansie – with their scary singer and snappy song titles like ‘Intellectualise My Blackness’ – were quite...

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Ed Case : Good Times

Ed Case : Good Times

A crossover record, this, in the sense that Ed Case used to make quite good records and now appears to be making slightly terrible ones. 'Good Times' is garage with all the best bits taken out; all the roughness, zip and dancehall manners replaced...

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Skunk Anansie : Secretly

Skunk Anansie : Secretly

Wherein Skin continues her drama school singing practical by starting in the voice of a poor whimpering Dickensian orphan, then building the tension up to a style destined to be called 'gutsy' and 'raunchy', then warbles into torch singer...

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Post Orgasmic Chill

Post Orgasmic Chill

Their problem was always that they were too big for their own bloody good: months before they had even signed to first label One Little Indian , Skunk Anansie were already the completely finished article, stormtrooping around London's...

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