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Toyah at her best

This is definately one of my favourite albums from the 80s. Toyah seemed to overcome her teenage angst and developed a more mature and cohesive sound. Every track is a winner.


i love this album, it's one of toyah's finest moments! it brings back happy very memorys for me! i find this 'album download' is alot more crisper, clearer & shaper!!

a must have for any 80's or toyah fans!!! :)

The Original Chameleon

Never afraid to try new directions with her songs whilst retaining her distinctive vocal style, this diminutive punk/new age/new wave/pop icon gave everyone a run for their money. Love Is The Law is worth every penny of the asking price for this digital version with extras.


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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