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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B004LPSHJQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 748,133 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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· Fenech-Soler are a four-piece electropop / dance band from Northamptonshire who are gaining critical acclaim both for their own productions and their remixing talets. Born of a true faith in pop and fermented in the spirit of self-determination, Fenech-Soler's radio-friendly nous and festival verve has brought them to the gates of an explosive debut. · Full of twitchy, urgent riffs, and hands -to-the-air vitality this album is the sound of a band at the starting gate, ready to fire their gun. Tracks: 1. Battlefields 2. Lies 3. Golden Sun 4. Stop And Stare 5. The Great Unknown 6. Demons 7. La Love 8. Stone 9. Contender 10. Walk Alone

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. S. Tatton-reid on 2 Oct. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Having been fortunate to catch Fenech Soler do a small intimate gig locally this June i was blown away by the bands energy. I immediately scoured the internet for all the material i could find on them, the 12 or-so tracks i found stayed on repeat in my MP3 player for the rest of summer. Their mix of 80's inspired synth and pounding electro made for a fantastic backing to a very talented lead singer. Tracks like 'Airbrushed', 'Format Disco', 'The Fight' and 'Fashion' are really worth seeking out!

Skip forward 3 months and I arrive home to find the self titled album on the doormat... Slap it in the car stereo and take a drive... the album doesn't disappoint at all! The guys seem to have dropped a lot of their harder electro riffs of old, but added layers of silky smooth vocals and a great range of percussion sounds in the new tracks. The use of Battlefields as an opener is perfect, its good to see LA love on there also.

Of the New tracks the immediate stand out is the fantastic Golden Sun, which has to be the next single. Also worthy contenders are Stonebridge and Contender.

in closing, I feel this band are standing on the edge of greatness, and if they keep their heads in the indie media spotlight its bound to come.. Radio 1 is giving them a lot of love and now i encourage others to support them.

Fans of Klaxons, Friendly Fires, even Daft Punk + Justice... you'll find something to love on this album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Wolf TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 Jan. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Fenech-Soler made me sit up and listen! (Frankly more than
anything else from Northamptonshire has ever done before!)

This fine quartet play scintillating electronica with
good humour and buckets full of unbridled enthusiasm.

The band boasts a pair of Duffys, Ben (who sings) and
Ross (who plays guitar); Daniel Soler, who plays bass and
Andrew Lindsay, who manages the drums and judging by their
forthcoming tour schedule they would appear to be working
hard and doing rather well for themselves. They deserve to.
They also dress agreeably and have very serious haircuts!

Their debut album is chock-full of good tunes and addictive
beats. Sparkly synths and jangly guitars abound. That their
heart has been touched by the spirit of the eighties is
immediately evident but rather than drag them down into a
mire of metronomic, nostalgic navel-gazing it serves as
a launching pad for some truly splendid cutting edge pop.

There are ten tracks in the collection and the energy hardly
lets up for a moment. Two more measured and reflective songs
('Stonebridge' and 'Walk Alone') deliver a little respite
(both are fine inventions) but truth-be-told what we're really
here for is the party! 'Demons', for example, has got one of
those perfectly formed and uber-catchy choruses which it is
virtually impossible to sit still to. Opening track 'Battlefields'
also has an irrisistibly ribald rhythm enlivened by Mr Duffy's
light and limber falsetto and a silly synth giving it large like
an angry elephant with a sore foot!

Some of the finest musical moments, however, are to be found in
'The Great Unknown' (Hall and Oates might well have been smiling
in the wings!
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First of all, being fortunate enough, i grew up in the same village most of the lads in the band (kings cliffe, the shire). i have expirienced the buzz around them first hand. and it makes the album 100 times better than what it actually sounds like.
secondly, this album captures perfectly their amazing live set.if you havent seen them play live, you really need to. i have reccomended them to so many people and have not yet been told they were dissapointed by what they saw. and i have personally seen them 3 or 4 times now and they are absolutely electric live.
getting on the subject of the album, there isnt a single weak track on here.echoed by the fact that they have some fantastic songs that didnt even make it onto the album. i could say for fans of: but they are so individual and this is what makes them arguably the best emerging band of the last few years.cant wait to see them headlining at one of the big summer festivals soon.well done lads.
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By Darth Elvira on 22 Oct. 2011
Format: Audio CD
I discovered these guys on a sky+ recording of Lovebox 2011.
I instantly liked them which is unusual with me. I would put myself in the rocker catagory but also like dance music.
This is the fusion of the two electro/ rock. The songs 'lies' and 'stop and stare' were the ones they played live and they're performance was electric. After buying the album to go on holiday I was sat on the beach listening to it and found myself smiling at each track thinking that they would turn boring but they change the beat and feel of each track to keep you interested. If these guys don't make it there's something wrong!
I'm so pleased to have a 'new' band and 'new' avenue of music to explore.
Definitely explore this album yourself.
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Format: Audio CD
I first heard a fenech Soler track on radio about a year ago. It was a record called stop and stare that seemed to be played once and never again. I had the track going through my head for ages and after hearing their other material finally heard them getting some good recognition.

This album does not disappoint. The singles stand out but the rest of album is of no lesser standard and is great for having in car on those long drives. The synthy epicness to tracks is refreshing and wonderful to listen to.

Anyone who likes friendly fires, Klaxons, Two Door Cinema Club, Everything Everything should get Fenech SOler in their lives ASAP!
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