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Fly Me Away Single, Enhanced, Import

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  • Audio CD (April 4 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B000FA55XC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
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UK 8-track EP. 'Fly Me Away' is the fourth single to be taken from Goldfrapp's platinum Supernature album, a gorgeous and beguiling summer pop anthem crystallised by the ethereal vocals of Alison Goldfrapp. Tracks, 'Fly Me Away' (Single Version), 'Fly Me Away' (C2 RMX 1), 'Fly Me Away' (C2 RMX 4), 'Fly Me Away' (Ladytron Remix), 'Satin Chic' (Bombay Mix by the Shortwave Set), 'You Never Know' (Mum Remix) and two enhanced elements, 'Fly Me Away' (Inflight Movies) and 'Ride a White Horse' (Video). Mute. 2006.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1c29fcc) out of 5 stars 1 review
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HASH(0xa15827c8) out of 5 stars Mixed Bag June 25 2006
By P. Neumann - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is the European release which combines much of the UK material except for C2 remix 2 and Fields Remix of 'Time Out' (which I really really wanted to have). The single version of the song has some background additions and the vocals seem to be brought forward. It's a happy bouncy track and I thought that it was a good choice for a single. Unfortunately, the C2 remixes suck the life out of the song. They're not bad. They're just very minimalistic - set a beat and fade in an element one at a time. The emotional spirit of the song is lost. The Ladytron remix is a step in the right direction. It's a good remix but this is a fun song - FUN - why do the remixes sound so serious? Then things take a 180 degree turn. As soon as you hear the opening to Bombay remix of 'Satin Chic' you know you in for a treat. They made the one oddball track on the album even odder! It's fantastic! (Uh, C2 are you paying attention here?) Then Mum wips up a spacey guitar remix of 'You Never Know' leaving me wanting more. Two videos are also included: a behind-the-scenes tour with the making of the 'Ride the White Horse' video which is quite cool, and the promotional video for 'Ride the White Horse' which is absolutely hilarious and a must-have! (The promotional video for 'Fly Me Away' isn't included here because it wasn't completed.) Overall, a mixed bag which is disappointing.