not a member? click here to sign up

Songs Of Mass Destruction

Lennox’s glossy white-soul template does sound a bit dated but she's still impressive when she gets it right.

Rating: 3 / 5

Stephen Errity, 04 Oct 2007



This article is now part of the hotpress.com archive. To access this article you need to subscribe to hotpress.com for the bargain price of €20 or be a subscriber to Hot Press Magazine. The hotpress.com archive has over 40,000 articles in it, growing at well over 500 a month. Not only that, but you get special 'member's cds' for €10, discounts on all hotpress related products and exclusive promotions. hotpress.com also has thousands of articles and pieces of content that are free to access to anyone, including it's latest music news, photo galleries, web exclusive interviews.

To join click HERE.

To subscribe to Hot Press, hotpress.com & The Hot Press iPad Edition for just €69.95 go here

To learn more about hotpress.com member benefits, go to HERE


Rating: 3 / 5
Artist Related Content

Latest Related Articles For This Artist

Mother superior

As her first ever solo greatest hits is released, Annie Lennox contemplates the ways in which parenthood has shaped her work – and explains why the past 15 years have passed in a flash.


Interview: 31 Mar 2009

Lennox takes Galway to desert island

Annie Lennox has listed the version of Debussy’s ‘Syrinx’ as recorded by Irish flautist James Galway as one of the eight tracks she would take to a desert island.


News: 12 May 2008

Bare

While the title hints at a more stripped down musical approach, the reality is a record that has been overproduced to the nth degree, the only semblance of humanity remaining being that voice, still capable of doing things to you after all these years.


REVIEW: 19 Jun 2003

No More ‘I Love You’s

Annie Lennox: “No More ‘I Love You’s’” (Anxious Records)


REVIEW: 22 Feb 1995

Contact Us

Hot Press,
13 Trinity Street,
Dublin 2.
Rep. Of Ireland
Tel: +353 (1) 241 1500

Email:info@hotpress.ie

Click here for more contact information.

Click here to find out more about Hot Press

Hot Press always welcomes feed back so if you've got something to tell us click here.

Advertise With Us

For more detail on how to advertise with Hot Press click here or call us on +353 (1) 241 1540