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on 27 August 2016
This is one of those albums that doesn't come along very often. Alison's Goldfrapps breathy pitch perfect soprano voice compliments the range of melodies and simple instrumental arrangements on this album. The result is a breathtakingly original and enchanting album. One where it's clear the people involved are seriously talented. I won't go on about the sound goldfrapp create, because that's down to you but anyone who likes modern music should have a good thing to say about this album.
I was listening to this with a group of friends on a ski holiday in Switzerland on a portable iPod speaker sitting on a balcony opposite a mountain with the sun going down whilst drinking wine. It felt like 'felt mountain'. A number of them hadn't heard of Goldfrapp but all said the album complimented the scene and they all went out and bought it on returning home.