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Annie Lennox has won every music award that is worth winning - from Oscars to Grammys. She has been celebrated by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the top 100 greatest singers of all time. After almost 30 years since she signed her first record contract at the tender age of 23, the other half of eighties sensation, the Eurythmics is no longer chained to a record contract. That has left her free to put out her first ever retrospective album.
Beauty's alias is likely Annie Lennox. And with the purity of her make-a-macho-man weep voice and humanitarian work, known particularly for her tireless AIDS efforts, good luck refuting that. Her first compilation, featuring 17 years of tunes and two single-worthy newbies, is a nifty reminder of how the versatile songstress can bum us out – and then, moments later, shake us into spryly celebratory mode with “Shining Light,” a poppy new nugget. The other freshman, “Pattern of My Life,” a mid-tempo with an echoey-vocal chorus written by UK band Keane's frontman, is destined for adult-contemporary radio. With four albums to pull from, the pretty flawless collection from the persona-swapping diva includes woebegones like “Why,” “ Dark Road ,” “No More ‘I Love You's'” and “A Whiter Shade of Pale”. The Lennox classic “Walking on Broken Glass” is here, and luckily, so is the dancey single “Little Bird” from her “Diva” debut. But best is the inclusion of “Love Song for a Vampire,” the hypnotic theme from 1992's “Bram Stoker's Dracula.” And the uplifting A-list diva anthem, “Sing,” from 2007's Songs of Mass Destruction? A gay (wet) dream come true. (The album is also available with a DVD.)
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