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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.
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"Supernature" is full of electronic beeps, buzzes and burps, and it all works just as well as The Postal Service's "Give Up". I think a few tracks could have been cut in order to make this a tighter listen such as "You Never Know" and "Koko". The strongest cuts are "Ooh La La", "Lovely 2 C U", "Ride A White Horse", "Fly Me Away", "Slide In", "Satin Chic" and "Number 1".
If you haven't heard Goldfrapp and might be interested in some new electronic music, "Supernature" will do the trick. It's more dance/electronic based that Goldfrapp's first two albums, and I hope they continue to expand upon this and even grow further musically with subsequent releases.
The tracks that hit me hard right now:
Ride A White Horse
Fly Me Away
Time Out From The World
I'll review the rest later.
Update: The DVD video extras are beyond generous. The music videos are reference quality anamorphic transfers that showcase the art form better than anything else I've seen. They look perfect to me. I did notice some pops at the end of some of these. I'm not sure if it was my workstation or the disc, but I hope my imported & driver-matched headphones weren't damaged. I went through multiple pairs of the same model before finding the one I liked the best and I only use this one for recreational listening. Scary.
The live performance has the best lighting I've seen since the Beautiful Garbage tour. Think I'll have to get their performance DVD now.
I still can't believe how candid they were in the behind the scenes footage. That's fantastic to see her without makeup in the studio. But boy, does she clean up well. Number 1 had me giggling like a weirdo.
Highlights for me include: You Never Know, Let It Take You, Satin Chic, & Number 1.
They are currently working on their 4th album which is due for release in late 2007. Rumors have it that it will be a completely different style from the trip-hoppy Felt Mountain, the industrial Black Cherry, and the disco Supernature. I'm quite excited!! Keep your eyelids peeled back with some superglue, they're on their way!