Former SKUNK ANANSIE Frontwoman Makes BBC RADIO ONE Appearance

Former SKUNK ANANSIE frontwoman Skin performed an acoustic version of the track "Good Times" with ED CASE on July 11th via BBC Radio One.

As previously reported, Skin has contributed lead vocals to two songs—"Good Times" and "Mayhem"—for ED CASE's forthcoming album, entitled Ed's Guest List, due on July 22nd via Sony Records.

During a brief interview with host Jo Whiley, Skin revealed that she is still working on debut solo album, due in late 2002/early 2003 through EMI/Chrysalis Records. According to the singer, the stuff laid down so far "is sounding pretty fantastic." When pressed to describe the musical direction on the CD, she offered simply that "the flavours are extreme. Bit of this, bit of that."


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