I, unfortunately, cannot see how this could somehow benefit Goldfrapp, it would then be on a extremely unidentifiable level.NothingFails wrote:Not a big fan of the song, and I'm actually kinda disappointed they're resorting to doing a Vampire Diaries song, which IMO is on the same level as Twilight. But if it does help their career, more power to them. They deserve to be one of the biggest acts in the biz.
She's in her 40s? I thought low to mid-30s at the most.theberen wrote::o How could you say that Vinny? Alison Goldfrapp looks fantastic for her age & you'd never guess she was in her early 40s.
":o" exactly! I remember reading it in Q magazine around the time when Seventh Tree came out. I was literally agape - I think she has one of those timeless faces, like an English Rose.Cactuar wrote:She's in her 40s? I thought low to mid-30s at the most.theberen wrote::o How could you say that Vinny? Alison Goldfrapp looks fantastic for her age & you'd never guess she was in her early 40s.
She looks amazing! Goldfrapp are one of my favourite duos, they are truly versatile and talented, I wish them luck in the future! It's a shame that in order to be a success in mainstream now you have to be rubbish! Anyay they're too good for mainstream anyway!NothingFails wrote:I was shocked to find out Alison was born in 1966. She takes very good care of herself.
Great point there!!crazycrazy wrote: She looks amazing! Goldfrapp are one of my favourite duos, they are truly versatile and talented, I wish them luck in the future! It's a shame that in order to be a success in mainstream now you have to be rubbish! Anyay they're too good for mainstream anyway!
As you all know I’m a huge fan of anything and everything Goldfrapp! Today we have great news, as the duo are heading back to the studio to record new music for their sixth album!
Will Gregory told BBC6…
“I am ready to do it now, to get back to Goldfrapp will be a very refreshing change. We have tried sitting down and writing lists and having coffee to talk about it, but usually we just mess about, it’s good not to be too conscious about what you do.”
We have, as usual, lots of stuff in the bottom drawer which we rejected the first time round, but I expect we’ll want to start a fresh this time round.”
At the end of last year it was announced that Goldfrapp were no longer with EMI, and Alison spoke out about the future of the band…
“We are no longer with EMI. It’s exciting because it is kind of, like, ‘Wow, this is a whole new chapter really, what will we do and will anyone want us?’
This is exciting news. As fans may already know, you never know what to expect with a new Goldfrapp album – they always change their style!
I am sorry if you feel offended Cmyk but your post got me loling as well! They have no roots, they are constantly in need of finding a genuine new sound, which they then explore, converts and if it sounds sophisticated enough for them to experimenting with, then they'll start recording.Star wrote:LOLCmyk wrote:I hope they will back to theirs roots...
I agree completely!! Her voice IS sex undoubtedly, her voice is bliss! I really am excited for what they have on offer this time, I've loved all of their albums so very much, all different, all have amazing melodies and feeling!Vindrag wrote:listening to Alison's voice is one of my favourite things to do in life. It's very beautiful.