Annie Lennox
Songs of Mass Destruction

Reviewed by: Alfred Soto
Reviewed on: 2007-10-04

Posted 10/04/2007 - 11:57:33 AM by mabernet:
 I can understand not enjoying the album, or even the artist - and toward the end, you actually get to some valid points. But why do you have to be such a rat turd along the way? Why do you hate gay people? And - much more importantly - why do you hate David Bowie?
Posted 10/04/2007 - 01:50:45 PM by cwperry:
 I hate to say it, but the first sentence put me right off. I think I know what you mean, but the way you put it just sounds antisocial ("Few thoughts are less worth contemplating than Annie Lennox as a woman with feelings and such"). Recognizing that a person has feelings really isn't a worthless thought.
Posted 10/04/2007 - 10:25:04 PM by markrushton:
 Well over half of this review is a retrospective criticism on her career as a popular singer. I'd rather discover whether the album is any good or not, and why. Off to, then.
Posted 10/08/2007 - 10:28:57 PM by joeyjeremiah:
 I don't see that the three-and-a-half paragraphs of discussion about Annie's context and history aren't worthwile. They're bloody interesting.