Instinct magazine highlights Marie’s “fantastic” album
NEW YORK - In an article about about "10 fantastic items uncovered," the editors of Instinct magazine (a gay magazine with the largest circulation in the United States) have chosen to feature Marie's new album. "Look what we found in the import bins this month," they write on page 19 of their current (January) issue. Along with an image of the cover art, here's what they had to say:
Album: Marie Fredriksson, The Change (MaryJane Music)
You might be asking who Marie Fredriksson is and why we care? She's actually the female half of Roxette (you know, "that Swedish band from the early '90s"). Pull the curtains back and you'll find that Roxette is still very much alive, yet on hiatus due to Marie's battle with cancer. Since her victory over the disease and the removal of a brain tumor, she has released her first solo international album in English. Getting back to her roots in blues, R&B and even gospel, the album has been the therapy she's needed for her fight. Marie delivers each song with the strength, the anger and the pure lust for life she has gained from her recovery." —Steve Espinosa
Order The Change from www. skivhugget.com.
The other import item mentioned is Kylie Minogue's new single, "I Believe In You."
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January 16th, 2005
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