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Taja Sevelle-Toys Of Vanity (550 Music)

 

Taja Sevelle has come a long way since she was a late 80s jailbait heartthrob from Prince's Paisley Park stable.

 

Now in her mid-twenties, Sevelle's Toys of Vanity is a quirky and seductive mesh of alt rock and deep house soul. Sevelle's siren song vocals squirm and coo through these tunes in an arresting wall of sound.

 

The genuinely eerie sounding "I & I" opens things off with a bang, a druggy, hazy view of looking at your life from the outside. "Subconscious Me" is a multi-layered musical mind-fuck. "Wake Before I Die" does show her old mentor's influence, but it still feels like a completely individual statement.

 

These songs are the direction of 90s dance and will move the floor at your next rave.  (4/98)

 

Jay S. Jacobs

 

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