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<3 it..

<3 it!!not 2 some peoples taste tho..!

Interesting, !! ???

Personally, I like this song. I don't really like her or any of her other songs. The first time I heard it i was like 'mmm..ok..weird' but after a few times of listening I grew on me. Don't buy it straight away but listen to it a few times! Hope my advice helps! :]

BULLETPROOF LA ROUX? BECAUSE I'M STARTING TO SEE THE DENTS!!!

Listening to La Roux is somewhat like watching "Tom & Jerry" (let me explain)!! Anyone remember the savage games of cat and moue the pair played throughout the beautifully furnished home? The devilish mouse would lure the cat and...BAMMMM....the unsuspecting Tom would run into a wall; then, a priceless, antique vase that was carefully placed on a mantel swayed from left to right until the vase plumitted into it's smashing conclusion! Listening to La Roux's high voice waiting to crack is like the vase going back and forward, back and forward before smashing to pieces! The song is generally good, it's slick and bubbly and serious but as an ensemble appears unfinished and rather sloppy! This song also reminds me of an awful lot of other material from their album also entitled "La Roux" (WOWW....inventive)!!

Biography

Formed: 2006 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Meaning "red-haired one" in French, La Roux is the synth pop project of flame-haired singer/songwriter Elly Jackson and keyboardist/producer Ben Langmaid. Before they collaborated, Jackson, the daughter of actress Trudie Goodwin, grew up listening to folk artists and singer/songwriters like Nick Drake and Joni Mitchell, and drew inspiration from their sounds for her early music. However, Jackson's style changed as she got into the rave scene, taking her music in a more electronic direction. Meanwhile,...
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