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Customer Reviews

Great, great album!

I have only a couple singles from Aeroplane, and then I saw they released this new album...it is fantastic! For me, their version of "electronic" is so much more than just "electronic". I really don't know what to to say other than this album is perfect! I actually like pretty much every song on this album (especially Superstar, We Can't Fly, and I Don't Feel), which doesn't happen often. They use a variety of instruments which makes the tracks very interesting, and the songs are all very enjoyable! I'm looking forward to more from Aeroplane.

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Brussels, Belgium

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Aeroplane is a Belgian electronica act with a cosmic disco style that made its full-length album debut with We Can't Fly in 2010. Founded in 2007 in Brussels, Aeroplane began as a duo comprised of Stephen Fasano and Vito Deluca, the latter of whom was born in Belgium to Italian parents. Influenced by both the disco and soundtrack work of Giorgio Moroder, the duo made its recording debut with the "Aeroplane" single in 2007 on Eskimo Records, followed by the "Pacific Air Race" single later in the year....
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music, Dance, Rock
  • Released: Sep 27, 2010

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