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5.0 out of 5 stars You're Not History!!!, 24 Nov 2009
This review is from: Songs from the Red Room (Audio CD)
Just received the new SS CD in the mail. I must say that even know I haven't had the opportunity to listen to the CD more than twice, I'm fairly impressed. This one is a grower, that's a good thing. The growers are spun allot longer. I know from following Ms. Faye's music trial that this was to be a solo album recorded over so many years. Thank god she resurrected the SS Fodler!!! I have the first 2 albums and the twelve inches. I always been very fond of SS. I was very disappointed when Ms. Detroit left. I always thought the 2 blended well. I have read a number of reviews on the new album that state the songs seem to be dis-joint and don't fit together do to the fact that they were recorded over several years. I think they blend quit nicely. Though I haven't a favorite yet, it appears there is no filler here. I have heard a number of the songs over the years a have the remixes for Bitter Pill. If your questioning on whether to spend your hard earned cash on the new SS album. Do it its a worthy investment.
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Initial post: 21 Jan 2010 01:37:44 GMT
I have been in a cave and had only recently discovered this album was released, and though I was surprised at the name change, as i truly luv shuv, this album is such a treat, and after such a long agonising wait, am so pleased. I loved her clean sparse electro-clash outings, but these grittier re-workings are really impressive, and most songs have me shuddering with delight, esp. Was It Worth It. You Rock Shuv!
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