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No. 1 Enhanced, EP

5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 15 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP, Enhanced
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #114,675 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Number 1
2. Beautiful
3. All Night Operator
4. Number 1 - Alan Braxe & Fred Falke Mix
5. Ooh La La - Tiefschwarz Mix
6. Number 1 - Postcards From The Summer (Video)

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Goldfrapp's NUMBER ONE! the title says it all.... Nov. 4 2005
By Charles Alexander - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
While I was really put out over Mute's decision to take the option of even BUYING the "Supernature" import CD (they CX my order w/ no explanation! And it was only 13.99 too!)I am grateful for this great EP. Number One is another departure for this amazing duo, and I think it sounds like a missing piece of my new wave-teen years..It's like the AMAZING song they play at the end of the 80s movie (early 80s that is, no later than 82')you must own upon hearing... Really amazing. The mix for Ooh la la is pointless, the one for Number One is good (I would prefer an extended version & instrumental version). The B-sides are great. This really should live up to it's title in the charts, if only in Europe.
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty cool May 30 2007
By Louie Cotton - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Let me first say I'm into HipHop(real Hiphop, slug, Atmosphere, etc). I have latelly been checking out the Euro scene of music(I don't know bought a Bmw could have been influencing me lol). I like this chick(not only cute) but she is cute and beats are catchy. Their music makes wanna make me drive fast. The older I get(30), the more I listen to beat and the complete way the music is put together. So liking the Goldfrapp stuff. So I by these cd's for my girl(while secretly ripping them to my zune). Right now working overtime to go check out Europe and stuff(not better than America, but different obviously the as an European visiting here. Good catchy cd, interesting use of instruments and keyboards. Did I mention she is cute little thing. Check out their videos they are a trip.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Building my shrine to Alison Goldfrapp as we speak Dec 15 2005
By Zengrrl - Published on
Format: Audio CD
OK, not really, but this EP is one of the most incredible that I have ever heard. Just when you think Goldfrapp can not possibly raise the bar any higher, up it goes into the stratosphere.

Needless to say, to any Goldfrapp fan that is, that Alison's voice is completely flawless. If you loved their second album, "Black Cherry", then you will be in heaven with this. "Number 1" is easily my current favorite - so sexy and smooth, yet dirty and salacious all at the same time. While it is impossible to compare Alison to any potential peer, some have mentioned Gwen Stefani and Madonna. What a disservice. While I actually am a semi-closeted fan of both Stefani and Madonna, they on their best day couldn't hope to sound like Alison on her worst. If I was pressed to make a comparison, I would have to say that Shirley Manson from Garbage comes mind. Not really similar voices, but fairly similar singing style/delivery and remotely same sounding music, particularly when compared against Garbage's last two albums, "Pretty Garbage" and "Bleed Like Me". That said, Alison's voice is still really beyond compare. Shiver inducing noir British electro-sophistication.

While "Number 1" is a favorite for me, "Beautiful" and "Ooh La La" are a very close second. All very reminiscent of the tracks from "Black Cherry", yet even better, if at all possible. "All Night Operator" is ever so slightly subdued for my taste, but as subdued dirty-electro goes, no one does it better than Goldfrapp.

I highly recommend this EP, particularly to any fan of Goldfrapp. I am glad to have this to tide me over until the full album is released. I know that I will be waiting for the doors to open at my nearest record store to purchase the full length album when it is released early next year (if I haven't already downloaded it from iTunes at midnight).
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Indeed Numero Uno Dec 11 2005
By Dogville - Published on
Format: Audio CD
With the stellar first single Ooh La La from Supernature, Goldfrapp returns with #1 and what a deserving title it is.

#1 is a frisky, 80's inspired track with a digitized soundscape that sparkles in all the right places. Moving on with a semi-pulsating beat draped in Alison Goldfrapp's incredibly sensual vocal. The Alan Brake remix of the track doesn't change the song all that much but does extend the #1 goodness over it's 3 1/2 minutes, definitely something you'd wish after listening to the short album version. Listen out for the naughty lyrics in the song too.

Beautiful, a Japanese bonus track, is a synth-pop track like it could have been anything from Black Cherry. All Night operator, a B-side on Ooh La La, is a slow, trippy track that screams beautiful luscious.

And the last audio track is a dub mix of Ooh La La by Tieschwartz which turns the retro-electro track into a monster club anthem.

Finallym the perfect treat to end it all, the very funky video of Number 1 where Goldfrapp gyrates withher brood of doggie pals in an operation theater with ultimate sass and candour, making her look like a pussy cat.

Dear US fans, so be patient with the expanded and altered release or Supernature come Mar 7. It'd be worth the wait given this preview!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is going to be the BEST Goldfrapp album yet... Dec 3 2005
By Brandon Wiggins - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Obviously, this is just a sample of Supernatural which is already out in the UK and will be released in the US in March.

This EP is short and SWEET. 'Number 1' is the perfect way to start this record and in case you were confused, Goldfrapp makes better music than anything Gwen Stefani on creative steroids could ever dream of making (Although I really like 'What you waiting for?, but most of that album was truly MISERABLE) The rest of this EP is like a shot of bliss to the brain. Although the first remix of 'Number 1' isn't exactly all that remixed, there are definitely no weak tracks here in the slightest.

But my most favoritest (it's that good) track on the whole EP.....Ooh La La (Tiefshwarz mix) This track is AMAZING. I just can't get enough of it. Definately buy you can wish you lived in the UK so you could pick this full lenght album up TODAY!!

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