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Skunk Anansie

Skunk Anansie

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Skunk Anansie: "We're Clitpop, not Britpop"

Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 19 August 1995

Anger. Energy. Passion. Aggression. And that's just the journalist after spending a day with Skunk Anansie, the angriest, most Hi-NRG, in-yer-face, passionate and aggressive live-and-direct, ...

The Year Skunk Broke: Skunk Anansie

Report and Interview by Lucy O'Brien, Vox, September 1995

Two indie EPs have been enough to catapult Skunk Anansie from British cult status to the silver screens of Hollywood. VOX joins them for a ...

Skunk Anansie: Sunburnt And Paranoid (One Little Indian TPLP55 11tks/42 mins/FP)

Review by David Bennun, Melody Maker, 16 September 1995

RODENT TO NOWHERE The nation is divided into people who hate SKUNK ANANSIE for the wrong reasons (they appeal to liberal guilt) or love them for ...

Skunk Anansie: Skin Deep

Interview by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 23 April 1996

She has been described as Naomi Campbell crossed with Tank Girl, but is there more to the singer with Skunk Anansie than just good cheekbones? ...

Skunk Anansie: Skin Complaints

Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 21 September 1996

Skunk Anansie are a rock band with a difference because the 'Nansie are a rock band who actually ROCK! Like a bastard, in fact… and ...

Skunk Anansie: Second Skin

Interview by Lucy O'Brien, Telegraph Magazine, Summer 1999

SKIN WALKS into her manager's house in St. John's Wood and immediately shows off her jeans. "I wanted a pair of trousers that go VROOM ...


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