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Somewhat sneakily, as they honed their blend of new wave, synth pop, soft rock, and all things '80s for the better part of a decade, Phoenix became one of the most influential acts of the 2000s and 2010s. When they married that distinctive style to some of their strongest songs on 2009's Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, that album's mainstream success felt like a well-earned reward for their years of defining a sound that had permeated a lot of pop culture. Its follow-up, Bankrupt!, isn't nearly as devoid of new ideas as its title suggests, but it doesn't feel like quite the leap forward Wolfgang was compared to what came before it. Not that it necessarily needs to be; Phoenix sound more comfortable and confident than ever on songs like the lead single, "Entertainment," which defines almost everything that they do on the rest of the album with its galloping beats, earnest vocals, and Asian-tinged keyboard melodies. "Trying to Be Cool," "Don't," and "Oblique City" also carry over the bouncy irresistibility of the band's breakthrough, and even if they don't have the star-making power that "1901" and "Lisztomania" did, they reveal Phoenix's deep love and even deeper knowledge of '80s pop magic in their deft major-to-minor key changes and strategically placed buildups and breakdowns. These little touches help the band stand out among its like-minded contemporaries, and it helps that Phoenix have been drawing inspiration from the '80s longer than that decade actually existed (the fact that they mixed Bankrupt! on the console used in the making of Michael Jackson's Thriller might have contributed some good '80s karma as well). Elsewhere, they pay lip service to another of that decade's icons with "Drakkar Noir," and the way Thomas Mars pronounces it almost makes the overbearing cologne cool again. Here and on "The Real Thing," the band ponders and crosses the line between real and fake, taking it to new levels on "S.O.S. in Bel Air," which could reignite the debate between Strokes and Phoenix fans over who copied who first (and who does it better). Later on, things get interesting — particularly for longtime fans — when the band indulges its experimental side on songs like the seven-minute title track, which prefaces Mars' vocals with a lengthy stretch of baroque keyboards, and the expansive melancholy of "Chloroform" and "Bourgeois." Even if moments like these aren't exactly in keeping with the sound that broke Phoenix, they're a reminder that the bandmembers ultimately became popular by being themselves. Bankrupt! lets them celebrate with a victory lap that's enjoyable for all concerned. [A double-disc version of Bankrupt! that included 71 "sketches" from the album's recording sessions was also released.]

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Mucho tiempo ha pasado desde que Phoenix sacó el disco que les mereció el éxito comercial gracias a películas de Sofia Coppola y compañías que vendían productos desde un enfoque emocional con comerciales en los cuales sonaban canciones indie pop de fondo …
Ahora después de una larga espera anuncian su nuevo disco ( hace una semana) y siguiendo la "nueva estrategia" para vender música, lanzan a manera de "teaser" lo que es el primer sencillo de su nuevo álbum de estudio.
Muchos daremos gracias de que siguen sonando a Phoenix … yo personalmente estoy muy satisfecho con este sonido, si bien ya conocido, pero que no deja de sonar fresco y que ahora se escucha incluso con más fuerza sin ser un "anthem" pero sin duda un gran primer single que sin duda hace que queramos escuchar más!!!!!

Phoenix Coppola

Es inevitable: amo a sofia coppola y sus pelis. Y ahora escucho a Phoenix y me vienen imágenes de peliculas futuras de Sofia. Pero aún así, tan solo la música de esta banda es otro planeta, sencilla pero pensada, atmosférica, armónica, fina, es de mis bandas favoritas, qué alivio que vuelvan, son aire fresco. ya ya ya.

Everytime I listen to this great band i see images, future images for new Sofia Coppola´s films, shes is great, I love her, love her films, but Phoenix is really a band from another planet, from a better Earth planet. Great that they are back!!!!


Entertaiment el primer sencillo excelente cancion hace que te den ansias de escuchar el album completo, los que hemos seguido a Phoenix no por Sofia Coppola sino por referencias a su musica creo que disfrutamos realmente de ellos y no nos imaginamos ni hacemos referencia al escuchar su distinguido Indie/Pop con ese toque alternativo que hace especial a esta banda! no puedo esperar mas para que salga el album completo!


Se formó en: 1995 en Paris, France

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

The French group Phoenix draw elements from their eclectic '80s upbringing to arrive at a satisfying blend of rock and synthesizers. Vocalist Thomas Mars, bassist Deck d'Arcy, and guitarist Christian Mazzalai were a garage band based out of Mars' house in the suburbs of Paris. Mazzalai's older brother Branco joined the band on guitar when his band Darlin' disbanded in 1995. The group got its touring start on the French bar circuit doing Hank Williams and Prince covers to drunken audiences. Two years...
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