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Bitter Pill [Single, Maxi]

Siobhan Fahey Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Product details

  • Audio CD (2 Dec 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi
  • Label: God Made Me Hardcore
  • ASIN: B00006L401
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 925,267 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Bitter Pill (Radio edit) - Fahey, Siobhan
2. Bitter Pill (Droyds Mix) - Fahey, Siobhan
3. Bitter Dub - Fahey, Siobhan

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ms Fahey Returns 15 Jan 2003
Siobhan may of re-emerged onto the music scene supported by a smaller record label but her talent and passion for making great music hasn't changed since first bursting into the limelight 20 years ago with Bananarama.
This is without a doubt her strongest single release yet proved by the demand it has received worldwide.
Although maybe not on every radio play-list it has gone down a storm in clubs across the country
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A storming new song!!!!!!!!!!!! 15 Sep 2002
By A Customer
This is an amazing dance song.....and sung with real passion.
A mixture of 'Can't get you out of my head' and 'Blue Monday'.
The killer vocals of Siobhan Fahey make this track. It's a welcome return from the ex-shakespears sister/bananarama singer who has been away from the spotlight for far too long.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Having tossed her pop queen crown long ago into the yet still smoldering embers, Siobhan turns her back on her past with London Records and shows them and Pete Tong a thing or two with her debut solo single 'Bitter Pill'. Master of pop reinvention, Siobhan returns to her dance/pop roots. Already hailed by music critics as a leaner and meaner 'I Can't Get You Out of My Head' by Kylie, those reviews do Siobhan little justice. Siobhan evokes more emotional in one chord than Kylie can ever hope for. Richard Norris (ex Grid, the Pscyhonauts) as at the helm and this electro-clash sonic assault has heads turning and people dancing the globe over. Buy it now before all 2000 limited copies sell out. They say revenge is sweet and 'Bitter Pill' will have record executives and Pete Tong at London Records pondering why they tossed Siobhan asaid with 'Nobody will accept this from a 35 year old woman who has two children' the words Pete Tong will be eating now for lunch.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Siobhan on her own without horrible Marcie. 13 Feb 2003
By A Customer
Finally Siobhan is out on her own without her former recording label suffocating her and Marcella Detroit (can we scream any louder) trying to steal her limelight. This is a fantastic electro-clash dance number that has already entered the UK Top 20 dance charts. Forlorn vocals matched perfectly to a retro 1980's beat can't go wrong, if you wait around long enough, eventually you'll be back in fashion. Good for her! Long live the queens, the king is dead.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Goddess on a Mountain Top 21 Jan 2003
By Peter Gong - Published on Amazon.com
Siobhan Fahey has evolved from Bananarama to Shakespears Sister to her current persona with grace, beauty, and style. This song will put her back in the mainstream of hippness with its trance like melody and electro dance beat that will pack a dance floor. No doubt, she is on her way back from the wilderness. The vocals are emotive seductive and oh-so cool. Siobhan can wrap more emotion in one note than others could. Seen as Kylie's evil twin, and the answer to the bubbly "Love at First Sight", Siobhan is the darker, mature, side of pop. Treat your aural senses with this Bitter Pill-swallow and let the groove take you over to your feet.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bitter Pill ...... review 15 Jan 2003
By steve tovey - Published on Amazon.com
Siobhan Fahey, the ultra cool lead singer from Shakespears sister returns with Bitter Pill, a unique fusion of dark, emotive lyrics superimposed onto an energetic electro landscape.....the result is a purely addictive slice of intelligent pop from an artist who isnt afraid to say how she feels.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bitter pill - Bloody excellent! 12 Jun 2004
By Martin Dringer - Published on Amazon.com
Siobhan Fahey (formally Bananarama and Shakespears sister...) is nowadays djing in London and everywhere and did this great track "Bitter pill" with a droyds-remix which sounds a lil bit like Kylies "Outta my head" but it is completely own-styled.
In England this was a small hit and hopefully Mrs. Fahey releases some of her great tracks she produces on her homepage. She is very talented and should go back to her roots, into the charts and not only the dance-charts.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Should be a massive hit 1 Dec 2002
By Awesomeguy - Published on Amazon.com
This is a brilliant pop song. It is bouncy with cool lyrics. A good way to describe it would be that it sounds like a gothic Cant get you out of my Head. The song has its own style though. Its very dark yet fun to listen to like CGYOOMH. I also like Siobhan's vocal style. Its very emotive. I cant wait until she releases a full-lenght CD. Buy this CD single...you wont be sorry you did.
2 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars So bad you will wonder why it was even released. 29 April 2005
By Richard - Published on Amazon.com
Siobhan Fahey (formerly of Bananarama and Shakespears Sister) released this single on the UK indie lable GMMH (God Made Me Hardcore) owned by former The Grid member Mr. Norris. The single itself is ok - mediorce vocal delivery to a psedo electro-clash beat. But the mixes included on the single are simply one extended version of the single edit mix and a dub version without vocals. The art work is cheap looking and unprofessional - looks like a counterfeit CD when it's actually a real release. As for making a electro-clash single to begin with, why is Siobhan bothering when she once said she left Bananarama because "whatever message you are trying to convey is lost when you're making four on the floor dance music". I guess the hope is that if you stay around long enough, eventually you will be back in fashion - but Bitter Pill clearly misses that boat by the more interesting and unique band Fisherspooner who did it earlier and better than Ms. Fahey.
Advice to Siobhan - join back up with your former Bananarama band mates and you MAY have a better chance of a comeback or attention.
Only die-hard Siobhan Fans will purchase this single and they will likely love it simply because it is her.
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