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Skunk Anansie

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Skunk Anansie is a British rock band, led by vocalist / guitarist Deborah Anne Dyer (b. 3 Aug 1967, 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 (1994, One Little Indian). The group broke up in 2001 and reformed in 2009. Their latest release is the album "Black Traffic" (Sep 2012) Read more on Last.fm

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Download Festival 2011: Interviews, Photos, Setlists, Gossip – it’s all here

July 4th, 2011

Download Festival 2011 Thrash Hits

Yeah baby! The Thrash Hits Download Festival splash page is back! All of our Download Festival 2011 coverage from the weekend is going be linked to from this here page, so give it a bookmark or just don’t close it, because it’s all you’re going to need. Individual band coverage (interviews, photos, setlists and some tiny reviews), rumours and gossip, drinking games, stage times, dodgy photos of as many sexy ladies in various states of safe-for-work undress as we can legitimately get away with? It’s all here.

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Live: Skunk Anansie @ London Brixton Academy – Thursday, 26 November 2009

December 3rd, 2009

Skunk Anansie headlined Glastonbury once. No, really. Amit Sharma went along to catch their re-union tour when it rolled into Brixton.

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There’s not really that much British Music to be proud of from the nineties: we were bombarded with Britpop, whilst the lucky badgers across the pond got to enjoy the Grunge explosion. This era of uninspired bedwetting and parka-hooded swagger, often referred to as ‘Cool Britannia’, held precious little cool though for music fans of the rock persuasion.

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Album: Skunk Anansie – Smashes and Trashes

November 11th, 2009

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Skunk Anansie
Smashes and Trashes: The Greatest Hits
One Little Indian
02 November 2009

by Jon Kerr

John Major’s Britain was embarrassing: I mean no-one gets inspired by the kid who wet himself at school, do they? In searching for a new identity, the county went indie-mad and started flying the Union Jack to a soundtrack of Oasis, Radiohead, Manic Street Preachers and Travis. It was the era of ‘Britpop’ and his less aspirational brother ‘Britrock’.

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