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Baby I Don't Care - The Collection

Transvision Vamp

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Album Review

Baby I Don't Care: Collection offers the highlights of Transvision Vamp's three albums, including the title track, "If Looks Could Kill," "(I Just Wanna) Be With You," "Velveteen," and the band's cover of Holly & the Italians' "Tell That Girl to Shut Up." The album gathers a few songs from their debut, Pop Art, but puts most of its focus on tracks from Velveteen, such as the shimmery "The Only One," the '60s pop of "Landslide of Love," and the tougher-sounding "Kiss Their Sons." "Every Little Thing" and the other Little Magnets Versus the Bubble of Babble tracks reveal that Transvision Vamp's experiments with dance and hip-hop beats didn't sound at all disastrous, even though that was the effect that they had on the band. Indeed, the collection pushes the band's sound further in that direction with the inclusion of remixes of "Revolution Baby," "Tell That Girl to Shut Up," and "Baby I Don't Care." Overall, Baby I Don't Care: Collection is a good retrospective of Transvision Vamp's entertaining, if slight, late-'80s/early-'90s alterna-pop.

Customer Reviews

Gone too long

Ah the 80's.... Transvision Vamp you have been gone too long. Enjoy!

baby, I don't care..

This is the album I used to listen to to get into party mode before heading out on the town.

Today, it still puts me in a great mood, and reminds me of good times

Great stuff!

Biography

Formed: 1986

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Despite almost universal critical hatred, Transvision Vamp briefly rose to the top of the U.K. charts in the late '80s, thanks largely to the media image of lead singer Wendy James, who fashioned herself as a sexually provocative, rebellious, fashion-conscious punk — sort of a mixture of Madonna, Blondie's Deborah Harry, T. Rex, and the Clash. The musical backing by guitarist/songwriter Nick Christian Sayer, keyboardist Tex Axile, bassist Dave Parsons, and drummer Pol Burton tended to reflect...
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