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 Post subject: Goldfrapp - Seventh Tree
PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:29 pm 
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I got the new Goldfrapp today on its first day on sale - SEVENTH TREE - today in Colchester. YAY!

Certainly something that will grow on me - after the first listening. And now listening again.

I love the line: "some people feel in their touch" as printed in the booklet.
Poignant and meaningful that Alison Goldfrapp sang instead: "some people feel they're in touch."
Also love the line: "Have you no name" (without the ?)

LATER: And it's getting better and better with each listening.

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I DLed this from Napster out of reflex because of her previous work, but I have to say on first listen a couple of weeks back I didn't get it. So I just put it into the 'must give this a proper listen sometime' pile. If it's one of those 'growers' I 'd better give it three or four listens tomorrow. I'd hate to be missing out on summut good!

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