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Velocifero

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Ghosts

Anyone else just come here to get 'Ghosts' because they found it on LBP2? That's what I did :D

From start to finish, an amazing album!

I was first introduced to Ladytron via Velocifero, and loved the album so much I now have practically their whole discography. Velocifero starts off by grabbing you by the scruff of your neck and never letting go. Standout tracks include the irresistible "Ghosts" and "Burning Up," whith its stunningly beautiful vocals. Velocifero is a bit of a continuation of the more guitar driven tracks of Witching Hour, but the sound continues to be unmistakably Ladytron. This album is also a bit more homogeneous than Ladytron's previous works, (for better or for worse) but it is hard to complain when every track is a winner. "Versus" ends the album on a sad note, but it loops well back into the beginning if you are like me and tend to listen to albums cycle. Every song on Velocifero is a gem. If this is your first Ladytron album, I highly recommend checking out their other work as it is all wonderful! I can not wait to see what Ladytron does next... though perhaps I am being greedy as they have already given me so much!

Release Date

Hey Itunes, I bought this album (legally) last year on a military base. Maybe this release date of September 2010 is when iTunes got it. Great album though, especially Ghosts!

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Genre: Electronic

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

Mixing synth pop, shoegaze, and indie pop into a sound all their own, Ladytron formed in mid-1999. Keyboardists/programmers Daniel Hunt and Reuben Wu settled in Liverpool after a spate of traveling and DJ work in Japan. They began work on their first single, "He Took Her to a Movie," which was recorded for 50 pounds. With vocals by guest Lisa Eriksson, the release brought a wave of critical acclaim, which the band took advantage of with a tour throughout the continent before beginning work on their...
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