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U.S. pressing of the 2009 release from the Electronica duo includes two bonus tracks. Fischerspooner are one of the most respected and successful crossover acts of the Electro renaissance. Their work fuses fine art and pop culture, as in their renowned outsider pop shows bursting with stage effects in both art galleries and traditional concert halls. Recorded over a two-year period with producer Jeff Saltzman, the music marks a further maturation of the group's sound. Written and recorded in a carriage house in Brooklyn, the album's special guests include actress/performance artist Ann Magnuson, UK musician Gabriel Olegovich, and legendary electronic collagist Steven Stein.
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I'm so glad that i bought it, it took me a while for me to truly appriciate it, but i'm not disapointed, the songs are incredibly dark, sexual, but catchy. they also deal with politics and stuff of that matter on a couple of songs, but they make it fun, intresting and avengeful. I absolutley love this album and have it on complete repeat.
Absolute Standout Tracks include the sexually charged "Supply & Demand", "Money Can't Dance", "Door Train Home", "Amuse Bouche", and my personal absolute favorite "Danse En France"; a hypnotic euro-trance song that sort of takes you on this trippy ride you don't want to get off. I'm sure you could better appriciate it if you can speak a little French, but you don't have to in order to be fascinated by the addictive narcotic beat and tempo of the song. It's the definate highlight of the album and the reason that i give it a full 10/10 rating!
Don't miss "Entertainment"! if you like Björk, there is no reason why you shouldn't check them out because they too are out of this world!