Black Cherry (Goldfrapp album)

Black Cherry (Goldfrapp Album)

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Black Cherry is the second studio album by English electronic duo Goldfrapp, released in the United Kingdom on 28 April 2003 by Mute Records to generally positive reviews. Many critics complimented its blend of retro and modern electropop music, which was a departure from the ambient sound of their debut. Black Cherry was a top twenty album in Goldfrapp's native United Kingdom, and its second single "Strict Machine" was a top twenty single. It earned the band a nomination for Best British Dance Act at the 2004 BRIT Awards.

The album represented a change in Goldfrapp's musical style, and featured glam rock and synthpop music; inspirations were Spanish disco group Baccara and Swedish techno artist HÃ¥kan Lidbo. In August 2005, the album was certified platinum in the UK, and had sold nearly 500,000 copies worldwide as of May 2005.

Recording and production

The duo wrote three songs while touring in support of their debut album Felt Mountain but decided to take their work in a different direction with more rhythmic music. Goldfrapp chose to record in a studio in a Bohemian area of Bath, England because they needed somewhere to put their equipment and start working.<ref...
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