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Glad to See Anne Clark is Back, and with a great album!

I have been a fan of Anne Clark since I was a young soldier/punk in Germany back in '85, and never got why she wasn't bigger than I thought she should be. She has always been linked to the Goth/Punk scene, although I feel the music is more than Goth. Sure, some of her earlier work has "Robert Smith" style lyrics, but....not quite the same; I always felt Anne's lyrics much more personal, deep, depressing and touching than Smith's. Of all the music I listen to, Anne Clark is one of the hardest to attach a "genre" to on my iPod, although I usually stick "acoustic" to it for the non-electronic songs. Really, it is Anne "singing", or reciting poetry (aren't ALL lyrics really poems?) to great music. Some might be turned off because she doesn't "sing" in the traditional sense, but I find it refreshing. My all-time greatest Anne Clark album is The Sitting Room. If I had to compare her to other artists, it would be hard, as she doesn't so much sing and she does "musically recite poetry" to great music, sometimes electronic, sometimes acoustic. I could throw out names like Nick Drake, Sufjan Stevens, and you might like her if you are into Enigma, the Cure, Bob Dylan, Bon Iver, Dido, Frou Frou (if she was more chilled and acoustic), Belle and Sebastian, Simon and Garfunkel, Mazzy Star, L'Avventura, Nouvelle Vague, Sinead O'Connor, Siouxsie Sue...these are just a few artists I can think of that if you like them, you are sure to like Anne Clark. If you are having a get-together or casual party and want to play something that your guests will be sure to listen to and not just brush off as background music, then put on some Anne Clark. She is one of the few artists I know whose music can go from soft acoustic guitar to rock to electronic. Listen to a few samples, then buy the album if you like her! I myself am very happy she is back after so long!

Anne, You Still Amaze Me!!

I just found this here on iTunes today and wow what a great album! I fell in love with Anne Clark's words and music back in the late 80's with Sleeper In Metropolis and Our Darkness. I love the new direction, and I also like her more recent collaboration with EBM industrial artist Implant (check it out if you haven't yet). I got the Wordprocessing cd a few years back and was floored as well! Great job Anne!!!


Born: May 14, 1960 in Croydon, London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A unique figure in British music, Anne Clark is a singer and lyricist who works in both electronic and acoustic music, performing literate but emotionally charged songs of contemporary life. Clarke was born in the South London community of Croydon on May 14, 1960. A bright and restless youth, she left school at the age of 16, and after taking on a variety of odd jobs she began working at Bonaparte Records, an independent record shop that also released discs through an offshoot label. Clark immersed...
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