I'd review this better if it were to my taste, but I can't deny that it's an impressive album. I would recommend it to people who want their music to surprise and unsettle them.
Cameleonic British duo Goldfrapp's fourth album is a big departure from their previous, the glittery, glammy, electro-pop "Supernature." It's kind of there ditch the keyboards and got out to the country record. It's less electronic and more acoustic and more reflective than decadent. It's kind of the come down album after "Supernature." Still good though.
tech with rock and she has a good voice
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