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Album Review

This is Marcella Detroit's first complete CD since 1996's brilliant Feeler. And she does not disappoint. Between releases, she did release her Demoz CD, which features some of these songs in their infancy, as well as the Abfab Songs CD. But here she is able to assemble a tight band and produce a brilliant, angry, aggressive, exciting dance/rock album. Detroit's vocals are strong, as is her outstanding guitar playing. Fast, tasteful, and tuneful solos complete the mix and contribute to the originality of the music. Highlights include the title track, "Lust for Like," and the stunning "Built for Speed." Fans will love this great CD, and it may convert new listeners to Detroit.

Biography

Born: 21 June 1959 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although not necessarily a household name to most music fans, Marcella Detroit's career has been diverse and highlighted by success as a solo artist, one half of Shakespear's Sister, and performing, both live and in sessions, and writing with some of the biggest names in rock and pop. Born Marcy Levy on June 21, 1959, in Detroit, MI, she would later take the city of her birth as her stage name. Detroit's first break was performing with another native of her hometown, Bob Seger, in the early '70s....
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