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Album Review

The underrated Josie Cotton's second album has its standouts — "School Is In," "Way Out West," and "Jimmy Loves Maryann," which incite new wave sock hops and hip shaking — but too many tracks are bland and forgettable, which is quite a feat for such a promising vocalist. Despite a talented backup band, including Lindsey Buckingham on "Jimmy Loves Maryann," Prescott Niles, Don Heffington, and Geoff Workman, From the Hip falters.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Josie Cotton's 1982 new wave hit "Johnny, Are You Queer?" is unquestionably in dubious taste (although its killer chorus is one of the more memorable of its era), but there's more to this underrated singer/songwriter than her one shock-value novelty hit. Not only are Cotton's two early-'80s albums underrated pop gems, she since resumed her career in a surprising fashion; rather than jump the lucrative '80s nostalgia bandwagon like so many of her Los Angeles contemporaries like Berlin and Dale Bozzio...
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  • £7.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, New Wave
  • Released: 1984

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