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An undernoticed classic

I'm glad to see iTunes has made the entire album available, unlike their pikery regarding "Dark Adapted Eye".

This was Danielle Dax' first proper major-label studio album. Stanout tracks abound, hard to pick a favorite. Tracks that spring to mind are "King Crack", "Dead Man's Chill", "Dausy" and "The Living and Their Stillborn". Could have benefitted more from self-production, but Stephen Street's production is quite smashing.

Great album!

This is a great album. I really like every song. Listening to it reminds me of the early 1990s when it was released.


Born: September 23, 1958 in Southend, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

A performer whose enigmatic and experimental work reflected the strong influence of biblical mysticism and Middle Eastern musical textures, Danielle Dax was born in Southend, England. She made her musical debut in 1979 as the keyboardist in the seven-piece Amy Turtle & the Crossroads; the group disbanded after only one performance, but it brought Dax -- who took to the stage clad in nothing more than a knit cap and lab coat -- to the attention of Karl Blake, who asked her to design the cover for...
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