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Any one for a mish-mash?

Currently looking for something other than a 12 track studio album of pre-fame (It's a Mystery) material at a sensible price. Psychedelic Furs Forever Now currently less than a fiver so will be downloaded however £8 for something that I will only listen to rarely in the car/on the train etc. (as I have the vinyl on the turntable) is a bit steep in my book.

This selection seems logical if odd - those who found her music pre-Anthem will more than likely be disappointed at the inclusion of the NIck Tauber produced later music, accomplished as it is, the raw sound of Sheepfarming has disappeared - those who discovered & enjoy the later Tauber/Lillywhite productions may find the earlier Steve James material a bit too off the wall?

All in all this collection is neither one not the other & one suspects will be left alone by both pre & post commercial success devotees - absent a reasonably priced Sheepfarming/Blue Meaning combination - pity the Safari 79-81 singles collection hasn't made it ti iTunes yet - I suspect the Toyah! Toyah! Toyah! Lafyette Club set will have to do.

Biography

Born: 18 May 1958 in Kings Heath, Birmingham, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Toyah Ann Willcox was born in Birmingham on May 18, 1958, and trained as an actress at the Old Rep Drama School. She was launched as an anti-establishment figure when she appeared in two cutting-edge films in the late '70s: Jubilee, the punk rock movie directed by Derek Jarmen in which she played a character named Mad, and the Who's mod film version of their early-'70s rock opera album Quadrophenia, in which she played the equally bizarrely named character, Monkey. She moved on to front a punk rock...
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