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Strange DaysThis collection is alternately screechy and soothing (unlike the movie, which is continually screechy). Best items here? The nuevo-punko sounds of...Strange DaysPop, Soundtracks, ElectronicThis collection is alternately screechy and soothing (unlike the movie, which is continually screechy). Best items here? The nuevo-punko sounds of...1995-11-03
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Strange Days

Genre: Pop, Soundtracks, Electronic; Lead Performer: Various Artists; Producer (group): Epic Soundtrax; Status: In Season

This collection is alternately screechy and soothing (unlike the movie, which is continually screechy). Best items here? The nuevo-punko sounds of Skunk Anansie, and a lounge-y cover by Kate Gibson of Leonard Cohen’s ”Dance Me to the End of Love.” Worst things? Well, if 1999 does, in fact, end to the strains of actress/nymphet Juliette Lewis’ braying PJ Harvey songs, then bring on the Four Horsemen — please.

Originally posted November 3 1995 — 12:00 AM EST

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