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The New Wave Diva is back!

I am so grateful to Dale for putting something new out there! My only complaint: this album is just too brief. I am a big fan so of course I am greedy. I want more, more, more! Dale's unique vocal style that sent her to the forefront of the New Wave scene can be heard once again on the 5 new cover songs we are presented with here. All are fun classics, now with her special brand on them. (I can't get enough of her strange N.E. accent or her squeaky hiccups!) Her band sounds great too. I saw her a few years ago and they put on a killer show. Hopefully there is much more to come from Dale as she is off to a great start! I am curious why the two earlier covers she did for Cleopatra Records weren't included (Prince's I Would Die 4 U and Madonna's Get Into The Groove). Instead, a re-recording of Words and Destination Unknown, which although good as they sound, not exactly re-invented enough to explain why they are here. (Still, I am grateful to have them). But then 2 remixes from a previous remix album of Missing Persons songs are thrown on at the end... huh??? Alright, whatever. I think Dale deserves more respect than she seems to get. Maybe there will be a more ambitious attempt to showcase her talent next time around. Anyway, it's a fun record that is way overdue!


sounds like someone who resembles dale bozzio performing a karaoke session. her voice is rough, and the bad synth-pop music lacks depth. it sounds like the entire album was made in a day on a computer in someone's basement.

Only for the most hardcore Dale fans

Oh, I soooo wanted to like this. But it is pretty darned close to unlistenable. Dale's voice not only sounds rough (as another reviewer put it), but it is overproduced. There are times when it sounds like she's working too hard; there are other times when it sounds like she's barely awake. You'd think she would nail songs like "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" or "Der Kommissar," but she seems barely to make it to the finish line. It is a lethargic, uninterested performance. I don't begrudge Dale the money I spent on this, but I'd just as soon have made it a straight donation, because I do not want these songs. :(


Nacido(a): 02 de marzo de 1955

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most visually striking performers of the new wave era would have to be Missing Persons' frontwoman Dale Bozzio. With her model-esque looks, multi-colored hair, and her interesting fashion sense (or lack thereof), Bozzio was a major factor in the Missing Persons' early-'80s success. Born on March 2, 1955 (location unknown), Dale began modeling during the '70s, including a revealing photo layout in Hustler Magazine, before she was introduced to Frank Zappa. It wasn't long before Zappa invited...
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