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Exclusive US pressing of their third album features a bonus track on the audio disc, 'Beautiful' which was previously available on the Japanese pressing and as a B-Side in the UK. The DVD features totally exclusive content that was not featured on the International CD/DVD pressing. Full DVD content, the album Supernature in 5.1 & Stereo, Little Bits of Goldfrapp - Documentary, Jacko and the Poet in Frappworld - Animation by Andreas Nilsson, Ooh La La (Music Video), Number 1 (Music Video), Ride a White Horse (Live in London Video), Satin Chic (Special Perfomance Film), Oh La La - Little Pictures and a Photogallery. EMI. 2006.

Disc: 1
1. OOH LA LA
2. LOVELY 2 C U
3. RIDE A WHITE HORSE
4. YOU NEVER KNOW
5. LET IT TAKE YOU
6. FLY ME AWAY
7. SLIDE IN
8. KOKO
9. SATIN CHIC
10. TIME OUT FROM THE WORLD
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Disc: 2
1. Supernature in 5.1 & Stereo (DVD)
2. Little Bits of Goldfrapp: Documentary (DVD)
3. Jacko & The Poet in Frappworld - Animation by Andreas Nilsson (DVD)
4. "Ooh La La" video (DVD)
5. "Number 1" video (DVD)
6. “Ride A White Horse” - Live In London (DVD)
7. “Satin Chic” - Special Performance Film (DVD)
8. “Ooh La La”: Little Pictures (DVD)
9. Photo Gallery (DVD)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 7, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Mute U.S.
  • ASIN: B000EGDC14
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #258,748 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Soon after touring their last album, Head First, Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory reconvened at their Bristol studio, hungry to get to work on album six of their impeccable discography. Earlier than they thought, Goldfrapp were ready to conjoin minds and make music again. Alison has found, after considerable professional and personal research into the matter, that when she is at her happiest ... Read more in Amazon's Goldfrapp Store

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"Time Out From This World" is the second of only two really slow and relaxing songs on the album.
Busy Body
If you are Goldfrapp fan, regardless of whether you are in the Felt Mountain camp or the Black Cherry camp, you will not be disappointed.
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In the end for those who already own this album, do me a favor and give your copy to a friend and purchase this release.
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115 of 123 people found the following review helpful By SJB on March 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Um, DAMN. I really enjoyed Goldfrapp's 1st album, Felt Mountain, which was ballsy in its baroque string arrangements, Alison's Shirley Bassey delivery, and its utter lack of caring whether or not it could be danced to. This is MUCH less innovative. So why do I love it so? It's one of the few albums in my entire collection that I could easily put on at a party and not ONE person would hate it, or want to change the disc. The last time that happened was probably Blowback by Alison's old friend Tricky. Anyone who buys a lot of electronic music knows this dilemma--YOU know how cool the album you just bought is, but people less cool than you think it sounds like Depeche Mode on ketamine. With Supernature, bliss will abound.

This is certainly one of the poppiest things I own, and yet also a satisfying, joyous, sexy listen, with NO WEAK TRACKS. The videos on the DVD are utterly worth it; Alison has developed an amazing stage presence and a totally playful and ironic way to project her sexuality. She's a dreamy and somewhat geeky sex symbol for smart boys. If you're straight, male, and have an IQ over 120, you WILL SWOON. You have been warned.

Perfect for fans of any form of contemporary or retro electronic music, provided their sense of fun outweighs the degree to which they take anything seriously. This is the sexiest, most debauched thing I've bought in, well, EVER.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Megarat on March 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I originally purchased "Supernature" as an import, so I've given this album a solid day in court. While it has grown on me in the last few months, my opinion still stands: "Supernature" is good solid stuff, but it doesn't measure up to Goldfrapp's first two albums.

"Felt Mountain" was a dreamy voyage through svelte lounge pop, and "Black Cherry" was a spewing geyser of electro-synth technolust. "Supernature" is, musically, a perfect chimera of the two: sedate-ish pop songs with time-signatures, progressions, and structure similar to those on "Felt Mountain", but using the electronic wall-of-sound from "Black Cherry". Like "Felt Mountain", the songs on "Supernature" are largely free of musical hooks. This lack of hooks contributed to "Felt Mountain" being a downtempo masterpiece, but it makes pop music seem ephemeral, which is "Supernature"'s greatest weakness: many of these songs don't stick around in your mind after they're over. They're nice to listen to, and as far as pop music goes they're very innovative, but they just doesn't leave you haunted.

I do enjoy this album, even though I initially found it underwhelming, because the duo are still putting together songs that are untraditional and interesting. The arrangements have a beautiful complexity and Allison's vocalwork are clearly among the top 1% of her peers. That said, I didn't notice this right away, and the uniqueness of the tracks really come out with repeated listens. They're more subtle and don't rely on either raw energy (ala "Black Cherry") or a unique lounge vibe ("Felt Mountain"). So if "Supernature" doesn't live up to your immediate expectations, give it some time. It may grow on you.
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful By CoryRay on March 8, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've had the import version since last summer, and it's remained in very heavy rotation ever since. I dare say it's one of my all-time favorites. I absolutely love the first two albums, but with Supernature their sound has been perfected. Not only have they found their niche - they now rule it. Allison Goldfrapp has become the reigning queen of electronic pop. All others should kneel before her and weep with envy. Supernature is flawless. Every track is sheer aural magic. The majority of the album is ultra-swank disco-pop, but there are of course a couple of chill tracks akin to "Utopia," "Pilots," "Black Cherry," "Hairy Trees," and the like that will momentarily pull you out of the club and into that semi-familiar dreamworld of snow-capped mountains and fields of rainbow-colored blooms.

All that said... I don't think "Ooh La La" and "Number 1" were the best choices for the first singles. "Ooh La La" is the only track that seems a bit derivative of Black Cherry's hit singles, and "Number 1" is just not one of the best songs. Both are greats tracks - no doubt - but I would have chosen one of the more unique electro-disco-cabaret stormers like the suggestive "Slide In" or "Ride A White Horse," the cool, catchy, mid-tempo pop gem "Fly Me Away," or the gorgeous, Felt Mountain-esque "Time Out From The World." These four tracks - along with "You Never Know" and "Let It Take You" - are my personal favorites, but there really isn't a skippable track.

Perhaps there is something supernatural at work here... some type of witchcraft casting its spell over me... or maybe this is just a ridiculously talented duo that knows how to make damn fine music. In either case, do not miss this masterpiece!
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Dogville on March 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Heralded as one of the best albums of 2005 and counting Madonna as a fan, Goldfrapp's third album is a radical departure from their debut and a natural extension of Black Cherry. While not as darkly ecletic as Felt Mountain, Supernature is still nonetheless a gem in its own right.

Fusing great dance and electronic elements together along with Will Gregory's trademark production, this is one hell of a dance record. There's the funky retro Ooh La La, the irresistable electro anthemn #1, and the poppy Ride A White Horse, all of which have been cleverly released as singles. Other great tracks include Slide In, Satin Chic and Lovely 2 CU. In fact, it's the album you pop into the CD player and you won't stop grooving until the end.

On the US edition, the track Beautiful is tagged along as a bonus. Beautiful sounds like it could have been on Black Cherry, a little chilling and atmospheric than most other tracks on Supernature.

The DVD companion on the Deluxe edition is something of a treat. Audiophiles get the 5.1 treatment of the album along with photos, videos and live footages. Not be missed is the teasing video of #1 featuring Alison Goldfrapp with her dog doc in the ops theater.

Not that America is going to warm up to any good dance records, but Goldfrapp's Supernature is a treat for anyone with a keen ear for good music.
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Does the DVD at all contain explicit content?
No, the DVD does not contain any explicit material. There are no swear words or nude shots on the whole thing. It is worth buying for the videos and the documentary alone. The only pointless bit is the animated feature "Jaako and the Poet in Frappworld." If you buy it you'll know...
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I don't know her actual birthdate, but in a magazine article I read recently, she says she's 37.
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copy protection?
I have put my copy in itunes and burned a disposable "car copy," so I think not.
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