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Seventh Tree

Seventh Tree

Artist: Goldfrapp

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Seventh Tree
Seventh Tree

Artist: Goldfrapp
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DETAILS
Format: Digital
Rel. Date: 02/25/2008
UPC: 5099951830052

Reviews:

''Seventh Tree'' is the fourth studio album by the English electronic duo Goldfrapp, released by Mute Records on 25 February 2008 in the United Kingdom and the day after in the United States.

Goldfrapp have described the album as a "sensual counterpoint to the glitterball glamour of ''Supernature''", their last studio album from 2005. They claimed that the inspiration came from paganism and surreal English children's books. The album received rave reviews and became the band's most critically acclaimed album since their debut Felt Mountain, with critics praising their new sound and the band's bravery for abandoning the dance atmosphere of the previous two albums.

The album's first single, "A&E", was released on 11 February 2008, charting inside the top ten in the UK. The album also charted high in the UK, peaking at number two, despite having leaked onto file sharing websites in November 2007, three months before its official release. - Wikipedia

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