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CD: Poly Styrene - Generation Indigo | reviews, news & interviews

CD: Poly Styrene - Generation Indigo

CD: Poly Styrene - Generation Indigo

Winning pop from punk icon

Poly Styrene's 'Generation Indigo': Not for those sporting punk blinkers

Anyone expecting the 1977-style foghorn-voiced Poly Styrene from Generation Indigo is going to be disappointed. Instead, this album is sweetly delivered, melodic and driving modern pop with a Euro electro-dance sheen. She’s not bellowing “Oh Bondage! Up Yours!” over bee-in-a-jar guitar and caterwauling sax, but embracing something much more friendly.

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