Supernature (Goldfrapp album). Supernature is the third studio album by English electronic music duo Goldfrapp, released on 17 August 2005 by Mute Records. It debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart with first-week sales of 52,976 copies, and was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. Supernature has sold one million copies worldwide
It's something of a mystery why Mute Records waited until early 2006 to release Goldfrapp's third album, Supernature, in the . After all, when it came out in the . the previous summer, it made the duo into a bona fide chart success, to the point where the album's terrific lead single, "Ooh La La" - on. which Allison Goldfrapp channels Marc Bolan's dippy-cool vocals and lyrics over a shuffling, glam-tastic beat - drew comparisons to former S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens' similarly glam-inspired hit "Some Girls.
Goldfrapp are an English electronic music duo from London, formed in 1999. Goldfrapp's second album Black Cherry, which incorporated glam rock and synthpop sounds into their music, was released in 2003.
Goldfrapp's third album, SUPERNATURE, follows close to their second, BLACK CHERRY. Whereas the change from their first to second albums was startling, SUPERNATURE seems to continue BLACK CHERRY's glitzy, glam formula. Ooh La La" and "Number 1," especially seemed destined for the top of the pop charts, while "Ride a White Horse" comes directly from the land of disco balls. The songs are definitely agreeable, from the pleasant "Fly Me Away" to the peppy "Koko.
I've been taking a look at some role model album articles (especially Autobiography (Ashlee Simpson album)), and it looks as though a "making of the album" section is required. Eternal Equinox talk 14:29, 24 March 2006 (UTC).
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And Supernature kicks off with that flag flying high, on "Ooh La La": some hard schaffel, some hand-clapping glam-rock stomp, some dangerously icy taunting, and enough Germanic electro-house action to make you want to drop it like it's cold, ruthlessly efficient, and strangely angular. Why do I have a sick suspicion that this is how awesome Peaches thinks she sounds?