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Excellent Album

I stumbled across this album a few days ago and I'm really glad I did, it's extremely impressive, not a duff track on it. It's certainly a more pop sounding album and although the production on some tracks sounds a bit dated, it's well worth checking out.


This woman was and still is my idle! She makes amazing music and deserves more followers! Thanks toyah x love it xxx

The Dance Album

In 1994, following a tour largely centred around her Take The Leap! album, Toyah released her first forray into the dance music scene. Developed from the shelved 'Cindy X' musical it was an album largely written by Mike Bennett with Toyah only co-writing the one track 'I Don't Know'. A hit and miss affair, slipping into the cliches of the early 90s club scene frequently either by accident or design, this is nonetheless a listenable album. Lead single 'Out Of The Blue' is an ambient number with a chorus which suits Toyah's voice very well. Second single 'Now And Then' is catchy, but hasn't dated as well. Elsewhere on the album are tracks tinged with Latino rhythms, rave beats and pan pipes (on the rather beautiful 'Over You'). Closing track 'Tone Poem' has been relocated asthe album opener for this release and whilst at first quite dull is actually a groer on subsequent listens. The Bonus tracks here are interesting, but only 'Open The Skies' really merits attention. A good try, well produced, and a step away from the experimental albums that preceded it, but ultimately not Toyah at her best.


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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