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Annie Lennox - Parts Of Blue (CD, Album)

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  1. Songs of Mass Destruction, an Album by Annie Lennox. Released 1 October on 19 (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Pop, Adult Contemporary, Pop Soul. Featured peformers: Eddie Baytos (accordion), Sean Hurley (bass), Blair Sinta (drums), Joel Shearer (guitar), Annie Lennox (keyboards, piano), Glen Ballard (keyboards), Mike Stevens .

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  3. Those expecting Annie Lennox to come out full-guns-blazing for her solo debut, Diva, with the high energy electro-Europop-meets-American- R&B of her Eurythmics work may have to wind their pacemakers down a notch. The enigmatic vocalist who made a career toying with different notions of gender plays on the concept of fame here -- Lennox dresses up in the persona of a .

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  4. This article is the discography of the Scottish pop and rock singer-songwriter Annie bobscompthekusineticconfransrolltorre.co a decade of major international success as part of Eurythmics, Lennox began her solo career in earnest in with the release of her first album Diva.A multi-platinum success, she has since released five further solo studio albums, three of them being covers albums (including a Compilation albums: 1.

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  5. Diva was Annie Lennox (Eurythmics) first solo debut album and she has released a brand new album called "Nostalgia" this year, these two albums are like the reciprocal elements of each other, they represent the complete portfolio of Annie Lennox, she is the best British pop star in the music industry/5().

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  6. Feb 04,  · There was a great promo CD with a good Duncan Bridgeman remix, but that didn’t reach many ears! It was a passable Eurythmics album but nothing to inspire the old fervor. Given the artistic cul-de-sac that Eurythmics had evolved into, the tabling of that band and the emergence of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart as solo artists was not surprising.

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  7. Annie Lennox's voice should be on the list of World Heritage Monuments. For me it is an instrument of the highest quality. Able to wrap itself around the most oft heard lyric and make it sound fresh while also accentuating its depth of meaning and the passion of the original writer.

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  8. The critics savaged Annie Lennox's sophomore effort when it first came out, and it's easy to see why: it's not that an all-covers album was a bad idea, but she did pick some rather large shoes to fill and she did kind of run roughshod over the songs themselves, taking gritty material by the likes of Neil Young and the Clash and turning it into super-slick electro-pop ear candy.

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  9. Annie Lennox: Parts Of Blue ‎ (CD, Album, Unofficial) That's Life: TL UK: Sell This Version: Annie Lennox: Live Montreaux '92 - Volume One 3/5(1).

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