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Goldfrapp - Head First (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Goldfrapp - Head First (CD, Album)

  1. Tauran
    Apr 18,  · Ultimately, Head First is Goldfrapp's best pop album. Black Cherry and Supernature were unique pop records in their own right, and feature their share of career highlights, and let's not forget the less-pop but equally-brilliant Felt Mountain and Seventh Tree, but Head First has a cohesion and consistency that is particularly pleasing/5(37).
  2. Taucage
    "Rocket" is a song by English electronic music duo Goldfrapp from their fifth studio album, Head First (). It was written and produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory, with additional production by Pascal conttuthenokadatycusruptnaphici.xyzinfo song was released on 8 March as the album's lead single.
  3. Faelar
    – Head First and The Singles. Goldfrapp's fifth album, Head First, was released in March Recorded over a six-month period, it was a return to the dance oriented sound on previous albums. The album took inspiration from s pop music and .
  4. Voodookora
    HF became my favorite Goldfrapp album and still is. I never understood all the negative fan reviews. I was so disappointed with Tales of Us that I didn't buy it. Some fans who had hated Head First were gushing over Tales. I think they felt Head First was too 80s and too uptempo for /5().
  5. Gardanris
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Head First on Discogs. Label: Mute - CSTUMM,Mute - • Format: Cassette Album, Limited Edition • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Electro, Synth-pop, Disco/5(5).
  6. Mazuktilar
    English electronic music duo Goldfrapp have recorded songs for seven studio albums, one compilation album and guest features. After signing a contract with record label Mute Records in August , Goldfrapp began to work on their debut studio album, Felt Mountain, which was released in
  7. Nikole
    Mar 19,  · Goldfrapp ‎– Head First. Label: Mute ‎– CDSTUMM, Mute ‎– 9. Format: CD, Album. Country: Australia. Released: 19 Mar /5(14).
  8. Yolmaran
    Goldfrapp's HEAD FIRST mines a new vein of pop: the 80s! And right from "Rocket," the album revels in its shiny synths with plenty of that retro feel: "Alive" sounds like the track Olivia Newton-John never got to record. "Dreaming" and "Hunt" could be the soundtrack for 'Silk Stalkings,' but the title track goes back to perkiness.4/5(37).
  9. Dorr
    'Head First' is the fifth studio album from British electronic group Goldfrapp. Having wandered into the realms of pagan folk for their highly-acclaimed release 'Seventh Tree', the band have once again drawn from the synthpop style of's 'Supernature', while maintaining much of 'Seventh Tree's subtle nature/5(85).

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