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Black Cherry Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 12 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00008XERP
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #31,389 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Crystalline Green
2. Train
3. Black Cherry
4. Tiptoe
5. Deep HOney
6. Hairy Trees
7. Twist
8. Strict Machine
9. Forever
10. Slippage


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Nov. 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
Alison Goldfrapp is one of the female vocalists who is truly unique, whos music truly cannot be categorized into the generalizations called "Genres". In a world of the publicized antics of Britney Spears and her fellow expositionist/classless peers, Alison Goldfrapp stands out as a combinations of both culture and intelligence, as Rob Dougan and the Hartnoll brothers of Orbital in their prime did.
The first two tracks, "Crystalline Green" and "Train" combine the impact of sythesized beats with the voice of Alison Goldfrapp, which can be described as a deeper, younger madonna with more range and the ability to use it to its fullest.
The song "Black Cherry" is softer, almost like a lullaby, where fans of Orbital will recognize the almost hypnotic voice that was present in their album "Snivelisation".
"Tiptoe", although reminiscent of the soundtrack to dirty films in more than one part, is listenable, not because of the references that it brings, but because of its overall congruency, which is missing in almost every modern artist's music.
"Deep Honey" and "Hairy Trees", like "Black Cherry" are backed with a less imtense sythesized harmonys, and again, display Alison Goldfrapp's hauntingly attractive voice to its fullest extent.
"Twist" and "Strict Machine" are, in my opinion, the best tracks on the album and are pprobably the catchy work that Goldfrapp has done to date. They are "feel good" songs with references to the Risque, the suggestive.
The last two songs on the album, "Forever" and "Slippage" are more ambient, the latter having almost no sung "words" in it.
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By A Customer on Dec 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
THis album is a nice counterbalance to Felt Mountain, introducing Goldfrapp's first efforts at electric caberet style music. THis shows great prmise as an artist, as it shows that Goldfrapp is capable of trying something new to avoid releasing album after album of the same old thing that other artists that do similar music have fallen prey to (Such as Lamb).
Definately worth a shot if you like Strict Machine. If you're repulsed by something you should dance dirty to, then stick with Felt Mountain.
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Format: Audio CD
Highlights on this CD include Black Cherry, Train, Twist and Strict Machine. This is yet another example of how Europe is so much more advanced when it comes to musical taste. Goldfrapp turns to more electronic sounds and 80s beats on this CD, compared to the enchanting sounds of "Felt Mountain." Nice collection of songs. This CD is edgy without the invariable cheesiness of artists like Peaches.
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By ptitchitza on June 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
There are already well written, articulate reviews here so I'll just say that Black Cherry grew to become my favorite of the two Goldfrapp albums. In fact, I made "an emergency" copy to keep in the office, for "difficult times"... Deliciously kinky and decadent (LA style) it always brings a smile to my face, all the more so since I've recently been to LA (1st time in America!) and absolutely LOVED it. Not much of a review, this, but I just couldn't resist expressing my delight and I note I'm not the only one to do so...
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By K A L on June 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best CD's I own. If you must compare it to Felt Mountain then think of it as a comparrison between sex on bottom and sex on top, both are great. I don't even want to try and over-think this album because the sheer joy lof listening to something so powerfully transportational cannot be eclisped by fumbling analysis. Listen, just buy the record and if you want you can name your first-born after me as a small way of saying thanks fer the heads up.
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Format: Audio CD
Experimental ElectrobeatZ meetZ wonderful and nature talented Voice. She definetely needs no vocal coach. "Train" is a lil bit 70s glam-influenced and "Strict machine" can be a dancefloorfiller. "Black cherry" is such an great album, I love it! To see "Goldfrapp" live is also very interesting to watch.
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By A Customer on June 4 2004
Format: Audio CD
I don't think it's possible for this CD's blend of techno, trip-hop, orchestral backgrounds and breathy lyrics to sound any more beautiful. I listened to "Felt Mountain" a while ago and maybe one or two songs caught my attention, but not enough to purchase the CD. I enjoy the synth-pop, trance-like sounding techno on "Black Cherry" infinitely more than the choice of music on Goldfrapp's previous album.
Just the other day I was admiring the music in the background of the new COKE commercial with Kate Beckingsale by the pool...imagine my surprise when I buy the CD and find the very song is #4- Tiptoe!
Some favorites (and it was hard to choose)are: #2-"Train" #3-"Black Cherry" #4-"Tiptoe" and last, the song that prompted me to buy the CD in the first place (It's on a compilation CD called "Ultra Chilled") #6-"Hairy Trees". The fast songs, for example, "Train" and "Twist" are extremely upbeat and undeniably sexy while the slower ones- "Black Cherry", "Hairy Trees", and "Forever"- have an enticing, sensual, mind-drugging effect which gives you chills.
Now when I go back and listen to "Black Cherry" for the hundredth upon hundredth time- I'll find a new favorite! This CD by Goldfrapp is simply amazing!
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