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Peek a Boo
 
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Peek a Boo

6 July 2007 | Format: MP3

4.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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First off you may be wondering who Marsheaux are! Well they are a female electro pop duo from Thessaloniki in Greece. The band comprise of Marianthi and Sophie both of whom play keyboards and share the vocal duties. The Human League website Electronically Yours has been singing the praises of this duo for some time now. I have heard a few tracks mainly the one's posted on their Myspace site and have been impressed with what I have heard, so I thought I would buy the duo's first two albums which were available as a limited edition double pack.

So without further ado here are my thoughts on the duo's first and second album. First up "Ebay Queen"
Our introduction to Marsheaux begins with a self titled signature tune M.A.R.S.H.E.A.U.X and is full of wonderful electronic sounds which are straight out of the "Vince Clarke School Of Synthesizers!".
The second track "Flash Light" leads us straight into synthpop bliss with it's catchy chorus and more excellent electronic sounds.

Track 3 "Shake Me" reminds me a bit of Kraftwerk in its musical presentation. Fantastic pad sounds and great vocals - The best track so far.

I thought "Shake Me" was brilliant but the 4th track is a magnificent cover version of The Lightning Seeds track "Pure". They have really taken this track to a level I did n't expect with their superb use of synths and I especially like the string pads on the track. Now I'm getting excited!!

Track 5 "Play Boy" highlights some wonderful vocals from the girls. I love the dark sounds of the synths on this one - Again very much influenced by Sir Vincent Clarke!

Already we have seen some highlights from this album and another one follows in the shape of track 6 - "Computer Love". It is truly excellent!
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This album twin-pack was great value and the tracks on it have really grown on me. As a fan of 80's electronica, it's nice to come across something new that fits into the genre. It pays homage to a range of 80's artists, most notably OMD and New Order in my view.
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Ah, what a great album. Some fantastic covers - with even a few hints of the Flock of Seagulls (genius) sprinkled about. Got more edge than Onetwo and more poptastic than The Birthday Massacre (although strangely colour co-ordinated packaging). You see, euro-pop doesn't HAVE to be rubbish. Thessaloníki is my favourite city in Greece, so not surprising that the album of the moment in my collection hails from there. I am also rather fond of my 'Now You Are Mine' t-shirt. Buy this album.
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Marsheaux are the best, most melodic of all contemporary Electro bands and Peek a Boo is a must have! Every track is instantly memorable. Buy it!!!
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