Rolling Stone thinks? .....
As you guessed, Rolling Stone
have not heard of Skunk Anansie but in saying that, nor does NME
[New Musical Express] have much to say either. Rhapsody.com, however, does have a paragrapgh ....
When mad-at-the-world Riot Grrrl virulence capitulated to the self-celebratory bromides of "Girl Power," it took woman-fronted Skunk Anansie to come along and define a middle ground. Catchy, but oh-so-sassy, these British chart hogs combine the pluck and impudence of Punk and the driving, Metal-plated rock of frowsy feminist rockers L7 and company. ~ Chad Driscoll - Rhapsody.com]
Rolling Stone magazine deemed their '359th song of all Time' was "Got My Mojo Working" by Muddy Waters. Muddy Waters has not appeared in The Definitive 1000 of All Time
Rolling Stone Top 500 Songs ranked this song at Number (Skunk who?) and the Album ranked at (Do you have to wear leather for Hedonism?)
This song has a Definitive 1000 rating of 80.5 out of 108