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Skin & the fellas have come back all fresh & frisky on this new album. Rock it guys ❤️


First CD in ages where l've listened to every track without skipping. Pleased the band is back!


I love this album. I've been a fan since the 90s, and though I'm sure debate will rage among fans as to whether it's what they wanted or expected, for me the album is gold. It's hard; it's soft. It's melodic; it's spikey. Skin's vocals are sublime throughout. The music is interesting and varied, and the interplay with vocals is perfect throughout. Is it classic Skunk Anansie? Who cares?! I have those albums already. This album grows with every listen and is fast becoming one of my favourites.


Formed: 1994 in London, England

Genre: Rock

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

British alternative quartet Skunk Anansie played what their lead singer, Skin, called clit-rock -- an amalgam of heavy metal and black feminist rage. Skin began singing in high school for a classmate's band after considering the offer for over a year. Six years after that band broke up, the members of Skunk Anansie (including bass player Cass, guitarist Ace, and drummer Robbie France, who was replaced by Mark Richardson in 1995) met one another by chance. Their name was taken from the West Indian...
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Anarchytecture, Skunk Anansie
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  • £10.89
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 15 January 2016

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