Skunk Anansie

Skunk Anansie

Post Orgasmic Chill


The only way I can describe this band is…well, the singer is like a female version of Devin Townsend. I’ve never heard a woman scream-sing in such a controlled way. The band is sort of Kings X+No Doubt+311+Dream Theater or something. The recording is plenty thick with sound effects and inventive timbres…It’s safe to assume they’re pretty far into debt to the studio by now. They’re a really good band, OK? I wonder what they look like. Fine musicians. This woman singer’s voice sort of goes into like a Björk thing sometimes. There are some seriously nice harmonic changes here, such as on “On My Hotel TV,” which is really weird when the lyrics suddenly start going backwards. Cool.

Virgin Records, 1790 Broadway, New York, NY 10019-1412;

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