- Audio CD (14 Jun. 2010)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Limited Edition
- Label: Because Music
- ASIN: B003L8MFVU
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- Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 420,483 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Sex Dreams And Denim Jeans (Limited Edition Denim Pocket) Limited Edition
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Sex, Dreams and Denim Jeans was put together over three years, recorded in various apartments around Paris whenever Uffie was able to take short-lived breaks from touring. The album has all the hallmarks of the hedonistic club kid who introduced herself with the fearless "Pop the Glock" back in 2006, while the influence of Feadz and the production hand of beat-and-synths wizard Mr Ozio are strongly felt over many of the tracks. But there is also a melodic, pop sensibility being explored for the first time. The result can be heard in the likes of title track, "Sex, Dreams and Denim Jeans", which samples Lou Reed but sees Uffie toying with John Hughes-esque high school heartbreak, and Illusion of Love, which features the dulcet tones of Matte Safer (The Rapture).
Another important influence over Sex, Dreams and Denim Jeans happened when Uffie was introduced to Mirwais while recording the album. Having worked on Madonna albums such as Music and Confessions on a Dance Floor, Mirwais was perfectly poised to helped nurture Uffie's inner pop star. Tracks like "A.D.D SUV" (featuring Pharrell Williams) poke fun at the rap fraternity's obsession with possessions, but at the core of this idiosyncratic album, in which Uffie flits from rude girl to sweetheart, is fun.
Top Customer Reviews
But 'Pop The Glock was 5 years or more back, and this is all she's managed to come up with in all that time? All the singles again, a few good tracks and a load of by-the-numbers dancefloor technopop? Even the title of the album and the artwork look like they were thought up in 5 minutes on a wet Tuesday afternoon.
There's something to be said for a cool, non-careerist 'take it or leave it' attitude, but why bother makng records at all if you can't be ***sed to do any more than a half-hearted job of it?
A bit like M.I.A or Amanda Blank.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
what was going thru her head? music like this by cute girls are a dime per million.Published on 10 Aug. 2010 by Mark C.
I'm used to being disappointed with music these days, but I expected more when I saw the list of producers... Mirwais is, I'll agree with Madonna, a genius. But Uffie?! Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2010 by Mr. J. Price
... and very few good tracks.
mhhh, I like very much "pop the glock" and "Art of Uff" is good.
But from track 2 to track 13 there is to much desire to "be cool" that... Read more