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Ms. Sinister Herself returns with her solo debut., 1 Nov 2002
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.