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Skunk Anansie
CD Reviews
Post Orgasmic Chill
Review by Gary Hill
Combining hard rock elements with pop, space rock, and punk layers, this album shows a very versatile and talented band that will not be tied to one musical style. All the musicians put in strong performances, but Skin`s vocals often steal the show. 
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Concert Reviews
Skunk Anansie - Live Rockford, IL, September, 1999
Review by Gary Hill
Skunk Anansie differs from many of the newer hard-edged bands in the aspect of versatility. They can cover the  aggressive, crunchy territory every bit as well as the Korns of the world, but also do mellow quite effectively
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Interviews
Skunk Anansie
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Skin and Mark of Skunk Anansie From 1999

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Review by Gary Hill
This solo release by Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has quite a bit in common with last year’s Supernatural release by Santana. In both cases you have a guitar legend, who is an almost undisputed originator of his musical genre.
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