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Album Of The Year 2008

My favorite album of last year was Roisin Murphy's Overpowered, so it's a pity that my favorite album of this year is yet another stupendously overlooked and underrated but highly talented female artist...what is wrong with the world? This album should be MASSIVE! But everyone is still buying Coldplay??? Get over it!!! Try something new - seriously this album is awesome. Buy it.


For a debut album, this really is an exceptional effort. It's like an '80s throwback, with a present day twist, that kind of lulls you into a false sense of nostalgia. As you listen to each track, it seems instantly recognisable, even if you've never heard it before; this, I think, adds to the appeal of the whole album. And further still, unlike many albums I've purchased before, there are very few (i.e. zero) tracks that I find myself skipping through. However, on the downside, at times the lyrics can be very repetitive. This is something that can be easily overlooked, though, when you take into account the general quality of the album, the production, and Ladyhawke's refreshing vocals. Stand out tracks, for me: Magic, Another Runaway and My Delirium. Especially Magic, and the live version's a real treat!


sooooooo...there i was logging on my latop when i thought, 'its been months and months since i tryed to find paris is burning by ladyhawke on itunes', so i click on the store and its the first thing i saw. it was Annie Mac's (from radio 1) pet tune last year and i can't get it out of my head, lurvie the abum and i think it should do well bessie.x


Born: 1981 in Wellington, New Zealand

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New Zealand-born Phillipa "Pip" Brown got her start as lead guitarist in the Wellington-based band Two Lane Blacktop in 2001. Just as the group was set to head to Australia to tour with Modey Lemon, it suddenly dissolved. Brown decided to continue on with the plan to travel to Australia, and ended up relocating to Melbourne in 2003. Once there, she met up with Nick Littlemore of the Sydney-based band Pnau (and later Empire of the Sun) and he asked her to play in his new band, Teenager. They gigged...
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