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Album Review

Swing Out Sister's 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection features 11 of the group's lighthearted synth pop singles, including the hit "Breakout." Songs like "Waiting Game," "Surrender," and "You on My Mind" follow suit, while their cover of "La la Means I Love You" tries too hard to be soulful and emotional. Overall, this is a decent collection, but the 1998 import The Best of Swing Out Sister remains the definitive best-of for this group.

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GENRE: Rock?

I don't think the genre for this album is correct.. Why in the world is SOS classified as ROCK? Please explain..

Biography

Formed: 1985 in Manchester, Lancashire, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Swing Out Sister's music is unashamedly commercial pop, their impeccable indie credentials (keyboardist Andy Connell and drummer Martin Jackson were formerly of A Certain Ratio and Magazine, and singer Corrine Drewery had no professional experience at all before joining), jazz-tinged arrangements, and knack for clever hooks move them closer to the indie dance territory...
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