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5.0 out of 5 stars Like a real 'Stamp gig in your bedroom!, 28 April 2000
This review is from: Hymns for Strange Children (Audio CD)
If you've never heard them, shame on you! Rachel Stamp are the hottest unsigned band around, and this album proves it. Anyone who's seen them live will recognise the songs of this cult band who are, in the words of their drummer, Robin Guy, Full Tilt Punk Rock Scum. The tracks will imprint themselves in the brain, and even the straightest of men will find themselves pinching their girlfriend's eyeliner, nailvarnish, and anything that glitters! This is the first album from a well established british band, and you'd be a fool not to own it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars glittery glam pop album from 1 of Britian's best bands, 12 Dec 2001
This review is from: Hymns for Strange Children (Audio CD)
This is Rachel Stamp's 1st cd as their original debut was scrapped, and it's superb. from the opening track u'll find urself wanting 2 dance around like a prat. Dave's voice, like the man himself is soo feminine and sexy. This band will blow u away, the verses rip thru u like a burst of energy and sing along chorus which end up worming their way into ur memory and u can't help urself singing along trying 2 reach Dave's unreachable pitch.The crunching guitars such as in "i wanna b ur doll" blend surprisingly with daves sweet vocals then it goes soft for the bridges then we have the chorus repeated to fade.The keyboards add a brilliant element of pop to the songs. Rachel Stamp are THE band for you because they have super sexy songs which unlike placebo don't depress u, instead u have a collection of their old singles which would fit in @ any party. If u've never heard any of them imagine King Adora only much better looking and with far superior songs.
I also recommend-monsters of the new wave single (1 song that'll have u reaching 4 the eye liner and sparkly top after only a few bars of the song!) in short Rachel Stamp r probably the best band around, certainly good sleaze fun.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Glam it up, 16 April 2000
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This review is from: Hymns for Strange Children (Audio CD)
This album is bursting with glitz and glam. If by the end of it you ain't reaching for your glittery nail polish then you must be dead.
With screeching guitars, provocative lyrics and the sexy voice of David Ryder Prangley, you'll be going weak at the knees in no time.
So go on. Put on that eyeliner. Dig out your feather boa and get ready to fall in love with a band that are putting a lot of sparkle back into music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars excellent but rare glam, no bars held music., 16 Dec 2003
This review is from: Hymns for Strange Children (Audio CD)
This album was VERY hard to get hold of, until i stumbled upon it on Amazon, i had been looking for it for months. But, it was worth the wait. David Ryder-Prangley's voice is as shrill, and beautiful as ever, in a very sexy way (!). The best songs on this album are 'monsters of the new wave', 'didn't i break my heart over you', and 'spank'.if you're a fan of glam, punk or metal with a twist buy this album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great CD, 19 Jan 2001
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This review is from: Hymns for Strange Children (Audio CD)
I don't know too much about Rachel Stamp, but I do know their songs kick ass! Each song is brilliant with some of the catchiest choruses ever heard. My favourites would be "Monsters Of The New Wave" and "Didn't I Break My Heart Over You", but it's hard to pick, really. It's about time a band injected some glitz and glam into our lives, and Rachel Stamp do just that. They look like they want to cover the whole world with their magical touch, and I hope they do. Go Stamp Maniax!!!
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing!, 15 Oct 2000
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Boys in make up. Glam rock. Sexy voice. Beautiful metal, baby. Why isn't all music like this? And they r such down 2 earth people too!
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