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Ce que j'aime bien avec Alison Goldfrapp c'est qu'elle n'a jamais la même tête d'une photo à une autre. C'est comme Cate Blanchett ou Shirley Manson (Björk, elle, peut s'habiller en bouteille de Coca Zero, on la reconnaîtra toujours). En témoigne cette jolie photo pas promo du tout où on ne la reconnait pas beaucoup :

 

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:P

 

(oui j'avoue, mon texte ci-dessus n'avait pour nulle autre vocation de poster cette image..)

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LE RETOUR

 

ouais sauf que farrah a fait bander des millions de routiers, elle !

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Qui te dis qu'Alison n'est pas dans la cabine de tout routier qui se respecte, t'as été y faire un tour récement? :rolleyes:

 

et qui te dit que je ne suis pas un routier ?

(mais comment ai-je pu écrire ça)

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Seventh Tree

01 Clowns

02 Little Bird

03 Happiness

04 Road to Somewhere

05 Eat Yourself

06 Some People

07 A&E

08 Cologne Cerrone Houdini

09 Caravan Girl

10 Monster Love

 

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Le premier single sera A&E, et sortira une semaine avant l'album. Le site officiel fera une présentation du nouvel album durant tout le mois de décembre.

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déjà, une petite review de quelques titres par popjustice, pas très clair mais toujours amusante ...

 

 

The new Goldfrapp stuff isn't proper folk at all, it's just that it's not all the sound of a robotic donkey being attacked with a space-age angle grinder.

 

Here is some waffle about four of the songs off 'Seventh Tree'.

 

'Little Bird'

Is: A sort of undulating, initially beat-free atmos-frenzy which turns into a bit of a Kate Bush song halfway through and becomes exciting without you noticing largely due to various "la la la la la la" bits.

Isn't: About an actual bird. It is a simile. "She's like a little bird," Alison sings. "She flies from A to B to see what she can see she's far away from me." Although perhaps it is about a bird - just a big bird who is 'like' a little one. Is it about Big Bird from Sesame Street? Almost certainly.

'Out Of Ten': 8/10

 

'Happiness'

Is: Atmospheric and nice. It contains Jim'll Fix It-style "ba ba ba"s. Probably good for pretending you are in a marching band or something if you are drunk.

Isn't: Very danceable. But then neither was 'Candle In The Wind '97' and that was bloody amazing.

'Out Of Ten': 8/10

 

'Clowns'

Is: Good.

Isn't: Exactly devoid of acoustic guitars, which is to say that it has got some of them in it. If you like the idea of a slightly synthy (or maybe it's real strings, we literally don't have a clue about these things) floaty acoustic thing which sounds like Siobhan Donaghy then you will give this song the thumbs up. We like that idea - and we also like the executation, so it's already getting the thumbs up here at PJHQ.

'Out Of Ten': 7/10

 

'AandE'

Is: One of the most beautiful songs we have heard in the last 15 months.

Isn't: Rubbish in any way whatsoever.

'Out Of Ten': 10/10

 

So that's an overview of some of the Goldfrapp stuff or at least the four tracks they've sent us in an annoying 'stream' which keeps crashing our web browser.

 

The overall effect kind of makes 'Felt Mountain' sound like a Gallows album and you won't be dancing to any of these four tracks, but nobody wanted 'Supernature 2' ("Yes we fucking did" - The World) and these four songs represent a confident and unselfconscious decision to pursue a true creative path. It's also doing that at what we think will probably be the expense of 'Supernature'-size record sales, which is a pretty impressive reflection of the sort of 'artistry' and 'vision' which made Goldfrapp so likeable and interesting in the first place. The album's out in February next year.

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Goldfrapp get back to nature

 

Francesca Martin

Wednesday November 14, 2007

The Guardian

 

Out are the tassled disco dancers and glitter balls, in are a 17th-century steel-string harp and a toy organ. For their fourth album, Seventh Tree - a follow-up to the 2005 album Supernature, and due to be released next February - the band Goldfrapp have gone folk. Singer Alison Goldfrapp and her writing partner Will Gregory used the harp and the organ to record the album in a 1960s bungalow in Bath, creating what they call a "slightly psychedelic, almost delirious sound. It's a combination of naive English folkiness with a bit of horror and Californian sunshine thrown in."

 

 

Goldfrapp, known for her unusual costumes, is working on a number of different looks for her stage performances, including an owl costume that recalls the album's "back to nature" feel. "For the tour," she says, "I'm imagining scantily clad Morris dancers in ribbons and flowers with pole dancing round maypoles."

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,2210611,00.html

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:) Edited by kaini

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On ne peut pas se contenter de dire ça!!!!!!!

Tu l'as entendu OU????????????????????

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