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Goldfrapp: Wonderful Electric


Mute Records will be releasing a live DVD of alt-electronica sensation Goldfrapp on September 20th in the UK. The double disc set will be titled "Wonderful Electric - Live In London" according to the French fan site Labels. No US release date has been scheduled at this time.

The phrase "Wonderful Electric" is taken from the lyrics of the duo's latest single "Strict Machine," which appears on the sublime 2003 album "Black Cherry."

The remix CD of "Strict Machine" includes remakes by Peter Rauhofer, Caulderone & Suryanto and Benny Banassi. These remixers turned the song's original Giorgio Moroder-inspired production and sensual undertones into first-class dancefloor monsters that were awarded the coveted Ivors Dance Award in May.

Many gays got their first taste of Goldfrapp on the latest "Queer As Folk" soundtrack, which includes the stunning "Train."

Fans of Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory should check out this resourceful Goldfrapp fan site and my interview with Alison from 2003.

July 28, 2004 in Music News | Permalink


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FYI, Labels is not a French fansite. It is infact a full functioning record label that is part of the EMI Recording Group. Mute Records is it's British counterpart. Although Mute has a much richer history than Labels, bands like AIR, Moby, and even The Chemical Brothers are all released in France thru Labels. Anything released stateside from Blue Note, Virgin Records USA, Astralwerks, Capitol Records, Mute Records and City Slang are all under that same EMI umbrella.

Posted by: ::zpdl:: at Jul 28, 2004 11:21:00 PM

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