13 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Idiosyncratic Irish singer Róisín Murphy explores the alluringly synthetic sides of late-'70s/early-'80s disco-pop on Overpowered, giving the album a turbocharged pulse and candy-coated sheen. "Let Me Know" glitters brighter than a roller-rink disco ball in the heart of NYC, while "Dear Miami" plays with a sleazy Italo groove, and "Movie Star" is an Olivia Newton-John-meets-electro tour de force that's got Moroder written all over it. This record is 100% pure pleasure—a high kick of drama, art, and artifice for the dance floor.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Idiosyncratic Irish singer Róisín Murphy explores the alluringly synthetic sides of late-'70s/early-'80s disco-pop on Overpowered, giving the album a turbocharged pulse and candy-coated sheen. "Let Me Know" glitters brighter than a roller-rink disco ball in the heart of NYC, while "Dear Miami" plays with a sleazy Italo groove, and "Movie Star" is an Olivia Newton-John-meets-electro tour de force that's got Moroder written all over it. This record is 100% pure pleasure—a high kick of drama, art, and artifice for the dance floor.

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