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Paranoid & Sunburnt (CD)
While everyone around them was celebrating resolutely white-boy, hedonistic, 1960s-inspired Britpop, the four Londoners who make up Skunk Anansie released a multiracial, politically-charged debut in 1995 that owed a greater debt to the funk-rock of Sly & the Family Stone and Living Colour and to the metal mightiness of prime Black Sabbath. Lyrically, in "Intellectualize My Blackness" and the "100 Ways to Be a Good Girl," vocalist Skin directly confronts prejudice and throws it back in the faces of its vessels. "Selling Jesus" and "I Can Dream" showcase her voice pretty much at the height of its power. Indeed, Paranoid & Sunburnt captures the band in top form.
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Type: CD
Recorded: 1995
Release Date: 2009-12-02
Label: Ear Music
Country: Euro
Item No: OLT200102
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Track List
01 Selling jesus
02 Intellectualize my blackness
03 I can dream
04 Little baby swastikkka
05 All in the name of pity
06 Charity
07 It takes blood & guts to be this cool but i'm still just a cliche
08 Weak
09 And here i stand
10 100 ways to be a good girl
11 Rise up
12 Selling jesus
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