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Album Review: Imogen Heap - "Sparks"

By: Anan Rahman -

What sets apart Imogen Heap’s latest album Sparks beyond an ostensible collection of lush, post-modern pop songs is Heap’s truly panoramic breadth of vision. 580 more words


Musique 365: Day 238: Peace - Eurythmics

A 10-year gap between studio albums was ended in 1999 when Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart produced ‘Peace’. The first 2 songs here (17 Again, I Saved The World Today) are sublime. 11 more words

Sexcrime - Eurythmics

Chart Position: NR

  • Lead vocals: Annie Lennox
  • Keyboards: Dave Stewart
  • Written by Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart
  • Produced by Dave Stewart
  • Recorded in London U.K.
1984 December Singles

One of the first interviews with Annie Lennox about Nostalgia with ExtraTV

Source Extra TV
“Extra” Senior Music Correspondent Adam Weissler recently sat down with singer Annie Lennox to chat about her upcoming album of pop and jazz standards, mostly from the 1930s, titled “Nostalgia.” 11 more words

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New Annie Lennox \ Dave Stewart \ Eurythmics Forum

I’ve had a number of requests recently from fans who who do not have a Facebook account and miss the forum that used to be on Annie’s site whether I could start one on our website. 20 more words

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Memorabilia Of The Week : Annie Lennox Sing leather luggage tag

This weeks item of memorabilia is this red leather luggage label that was sold to raise funds for Annie Lennox’s Sing campaign directly from her website.

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Gender Queers

Marilyn Manson: Omega and the Mechanical Animals: Nothing/Interscope Records.

Born out of the AIDS epidemic and liberation movements of the 1970s, Queer Theory attempts to examine the normal versus the marginalized, and rejects perfection while cradling the perverse. 1,062 more words