Just when we thought we had heard the last from this post-modern diva of early 90's pop, Boo's Back!
Some may mock an effective "best of" album after only just two long-play releases (not counting the Beatmaster's Anywayawanna which fleetingly showcased her mega-talents). But for those of us for whom the lights came down the moment Betty dropped her mike that grey afternoon in Australia, this album's a delight.
All the favourites are here, including the fab Doin' the Do and equally groovy Where Are You Baby. It's sharp, smart, sexy and knocks the socks off the self-important dross that fills the charts today. This is a pop star who could and should have made it to the very top. It's a real shame she didn't. There'll never be another quite like the Betty of the Boo.