Album Review: Zoot Woman - Things Are What They Used to Be

It's been a while since the pioneering electro-band, Zoot Woman has been on the scene, ever since they hit it big with Living in a Magazine at the turn of the century. Their latest effort, Things Are What They Used to Be, as the title suggests, picks up exactly where they left off years ago. It incorporates the sounds of producer Stuart Price (Madonna - Confessions on a Dancefloor; Seal - System; The Killers - Day and Age; to name a few) and intends on pushing the dance-rock, synth-pop genre to the next level. I am a bit biased here as I tend to like Stuart Price's style most of the time and his catchy groovy dance tunes work well here.
TOP SONGS: Saturation; Live In My Head; We Won't Break
4.5 out of 5

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