Alive - Goldfrapp - Head First (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 22,  · The album version of 'Alive', taken from Goldfrapp's fifth album 'Head First'.
  2. Goldfrapp have a reputation for reinvention and replenishing their sound on each album, but advance word on 's Head First was that it was something of a retread back to the supposedly more commercial synth-pop sounds of Black Cherry () and Supernature (), after the "pastoral folk-inspired" Seventh Tree () (which, really, was a lot more than that.).
  3. 10 Jahre Goldfrapp - 5 Alben veröffentlicht - HEAD FIRST ist ihr zugänglichstes geworden. Schon die Reduzierung auf die Farben "Blue & Pink" durch die Art Direction weckt Assoziationen, die Musik verstärkt sie zusätzlich: Miami Vice, NDW, Flashdance, Neon, Betty Blue, Aerobic, Blade Runner, uvm - also der komplette 80er Jahre Katalog - reduziert auf 9 Songs. Und diesen 9 elektrisch.
  4. Head First albümünü ve albüme ait şarkıları bu sayfada görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Ayrıca Goldfrapp şarkıcısına ait diğer albümleri de görebilirsiniz. (NON EU) Audio CD) Bon Jovi This Left Feels Right (UK Version) Bon Jovi One Wild Night Flaming Chic Goldfrapp Alive Goldfrapp Head First.
  5. This is one of Goldfrapp's more uptempo album's, leaning heavily into 80's power synths, full of catchy songs with that unique Goldfrapp take, and of course Alison's magnificent vocals.. There are even a few 'darker' style synth driven numbers like 'Believer', 'Dreaming' and 'Hunt'/5().
  6. Head First is the fifth studio album by English electronic music duo Goldfrapp. It was released 19 March by Mute Records. The album debuted at number six on the UK Albums Chart, selling 23, copies in its first week. It was supported by three singles: "Rocket", "Alive" and "Believer"/5(40).
  7. "Alive" 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 Richard X. The song was released on 7 June as the album's second single. The single failed to chart on the UK Singles Chart, while becoming Goldfrapp's fifth single to top the Hot Dance Club Songs chart .

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