Various Boyz Revenge: A Response To the Toxic Girls
In the techno-pop-punk ultra-future, there will be no Boyzone or N*Sync-boy stars will have names […]
In the techno-pop-punk ultra-future, there will be no Boyzone or N*Sync-boy stars will have names like Folxtrott, dDamage and Animal. At least, that’s the world envisioned through the crystal ball of this compilation, a follow-up to Tsunami Addiction’s November 2002 Toxic Girls release. Cheeky bedroom stars from France, England, the USA and Canada plunder the troughs of New Romantic, Casiotone pop, garage rock and indie twee to create a genre-fuck 21-track assemblage that is sometimes difficult, often endearing, and never short on personality. Get ready to rip down your Aaron Carter posters when this group of boyz comes to town.