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Zoot Woman

Zoot Woman Audio CD
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Zoot Woman is a British electronic music group consisting of Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and Stuart Price.

From their live shows, the group has gained a worldwide following. With the album Living in A Magazine Zoot Woman established themselves on the music scene. The live act is Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and different supporting musicians.

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  • Audio CD (29 Sep 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wall of Sound
  • ASIN: B0000AS2T0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 84,586 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3.0 out of 5 stars Autumnal electro..Noughties style 9 Oct 2003
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Format:Audio CD
Stuart Price and his bandmates return here with another polished and well packaged electro-rock album.Guitars infringe only slightly on the sound of nu-eighties beats and mournful downbeat lyrics.Nothing quite as brilliant as "Living in a Magazine" this is an older,wiser companion to that frisky,nostaligic debut.Still this is the best electonic based album out of England this year and well worth the cash,the first four tracks alone are amazing!.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Zoot suits you 26 Sep 2003
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"Living in a Magazine", their debut from two years ago was a hit-and-miss affair: too much Hall & Oates and not enough Yazoo. With teir second offering, Zoot Woman have managed to strike the perfect balance between cheesy retro-electronica and sheer melodic brilliance (in a perfect pop world, "Grey Day" would be a massively huge hit. Well, maybe it will !). Actually all the tracks are winners: "Taken it All", "Gem", "Hope in the Mirror" (hints of The Cure's "Let's Go to Bed" clearly show in the latter) are great dance/pop tracks similar to those that graced the british Charts in the early 80's. "Calmer" is a spacey sort of instrumental and "Maybe Say" has a melancholy touch to it.
This CD is definitely one of the minor masterpieces of the year.
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By herveh8
Format:Audio CD
I don't know what the other reviewers are going on about the 1st 4 songs - yes they are amazing, but so is the rest of the album. I defy anyone with legs not to start dancing to Woman Wonder. Faux retro, faux French, real genius. Zoot Woman we love you!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Zoot Woman II: older and wiser 8 Oct 2003
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I've loved their first album, Living In A Magazine for a couple of years now, and picked this one up as soon as I saw it. I'd not even heard the single Grey Day.
I was not disappointed, as this is an older and wiser Zoot Woman which is no bad thing. The music is not necessarily any better or worse than their previous offering - it's just different. More mature and slightly darker, which is perfect for the coming winter.
Still based around a distinctive 80s synth sound, the melodies and lyrics here are less Hall & Oates and a little more modern electro/pop. I expect this was to avoid the criticisms the first album received about it being "too 80s". It took a while for people to get the first alum, but for me this is far more immediate.
On last listen I can only count three slightly below-par tracks on the album (3,6,8) which goes to show the overall quality of the album.
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