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Uptown / Downtown - John Foxx & Louis Gordon - The Pleasures Of Electricity (CD, Album, Album)

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  1. Oct 19,  · The Foxx/Gordon album "The Pleasures of Electricity" features four new mixes on CD1 - the remixed tracks are ‘Nightlife’, ‘Invisible Women’, ‘Cities Of Light 5′ and ‘Automobile’. These tracks have been remixed in the context of the album as a whole, and that’s why they’ve not simply been added as ‘extras’/5(19).
  2. The Pleasures of Electricity is a strange album in many ways and very unusual. It is unlike anything else by John Foxx and just about unlike anything else I've heard. The music "grooves" along in a quiet and beguiling way - sort of like a "Pastoral Kraftwerk". The music is very well crafted, melodic and it has a very infectious feel to it/5(17).
  3. Jan 09,  · Even I'm a big fan of Johh Foxx, and I like a lot his works since the 80's and then more electronic sound since the mid-nighties with Louis Gordon, this album is too poor. I mean, It has a lot of good sounds and rythms so representatives of the "electropop" music; and the voice of John Foxx is eternally deep and mysterious, adding that great /5(30).
  4. The Pleasures Of Electricity by John Foxx & Louis Gordon, released 05 February 1. A Funny Thing 2. Night Life (Alternative Mix) 3. Camera 4. Invisible Women (Alternative Mix) 5. Cities Of Light 5 (Alternative Mix) 6. Uptown/Downtown 7. When It Rains 8. Automobile (Alternative Mix) 9. The Falling Room Travel Quiet City Twilight Room
  5. Former Ultravox leader John Foxx continues to explore his minimal, electronic pop on THE PLEASURES OF ELECTRICITY. Taking a cue from Kraftwerk, one of Foxx's most obvious stylistic touchstones, PLEASURES is a streamlined monorail of lock-step computer-generated beats and wiry synthesizer melodies with an equal emphasis on dark, atmospherics and energized, danceable rhythms.6/
  6. The Pleasures of Electricity, an album by John Foxx, Louis Gordon on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. rows · Atmospheric, emotive and typically Foxx, The Pleasures of Electricity forms the perfect .
  8. Originally released in , “The Pleasures Of Electricity” was Foxx’s second album with collaborator Louis Gordon.
  9. The Pleasures of Electricity – the follow-up to 's comeback album Shifting City – is an album of varying moods and atmospheres, fully embracing Foxx's love of big cities and the technology that surrounds us. The influence of Kraftwerk musically and lyrically, is present throughout the whole of .

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