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The Skank Heads - Skunk Anansie - Post Orgasmic Chill (CD, Album)

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  1. Label: Virgin - 8 0 4 • Format: CD Album, Enhanced • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Industrial Skunk Anansie - Post Orgasmic Chill (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  2. Apr 06,  · Post Orgasmic Chill bursts with nervous energy and jarring contrasts yet is as straight-ahead a hard rock album as Skunk Anansie is likely to create. The staccato guitar and drum rhythms of "Charlie Big Potato" and "On My Motel TV" hit like a jackhammer, yet strings and other flourishes polish them into an intelligent, subtle finish.
  3. European sales for the album stand at two million. Skunk Anansie released Post Orgasmic Chill on Virgin in The album was certified Platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) for selling more than 1 million units in Europe and the UK. The album was multi-platinum in both Italy and Portugal.
  4. Skunk Anansie - Post Orgasmic Chill - album: 1. Charlie Big Potato - Skunk Anansie On My Hotel TV - Skunk Anansie We Don't Need Who You Think You.
  5. Das CD-Album "Post Orgasmic Chill" von Skunk Anansie () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  6. Following reunions from the likes of Shed Seven, Cast, and Dodgy, Skunk Anansie are the latest midtable '90s alternative act to jump on the comeback bandwagon. Unlike their fellow revivalists, whose Brit-pop sound is firmly entrenched in the bygone era of Cool Britannia, the Camden Town scene, and six o'clock news chart battles, Skunk Anansie's anarchic but melodic pop/rock has actually aged.
  7. Skunk Anansie is a British rock band, led by vocalist / guitarist Deborah Anne Dyer (b. 3 Aug , Brixton, London, UK - aka Skin).Other members included Richard Lewis (bass - aka Cass), Martin Kent (guitar - aka Ace), Mark Richardson (drums - replaced Robbie France).They débuted with the track Little Baby Swastikkka (, One Little Indian). The group broke up in and reformed in
  8. Post Orgasmic Chill is the third studio album by British rock band Skunk Anansie, first released in Two album covers exist: the European version with the band lounging in an oceanside apartment, and the American version with the band standing on the Atlantic City boardwalk. It was a complete departure from their previous two albums, [citation needed] which had elements of punk rock and Genre: Hard rock, alternative metal, alternative rock.

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