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Black Light

by Groove Armada

Black Light by Groove Armada

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Black Light

by Groove Armada

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Label: OM Records
Groove Armada buck expectations on their first album for the laid-back Om label, leaping in with a punk-spirited chant and buzzy synths of the Prodigy or Ed Banger variety. The bombast sounds awkward, but they're more at ease with the Depeche Mode-leaning "History" and the moody synth-pop of "Shameless" (which features Bryan Ferry). Groove Armada's house music roots are barely a memory in these rock-leaning songs, which are fronted mostly by the vocalists Nick Littlemore, Jess Larrabee and SaintSaviour, who show an affinity (if not always aptitude) for the spotlight.

About This Album

Groove Armada buck expectations on their first album for the laid-back Om label, leaping in with a punk-spirited chant and buzzy synths of the Prodigy or Ed Banger variety. The bombast sounds awkward, but they're more at ease with the Depeche Mode-leaning "History" and the moody synth-pop of "Shameless" (which features Bryan Ferry). Groove Armada's house music roots are barely a memory in these rock-leaning songs, which are fronted mostly by the vocalists Nick Littlemore, Jess Larrabee and SaintSaviour, who show an affinity (if not always aptitude) for the spotlight.

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About This Album

Groove Armada buck expectations on their first album for the laid-back Om label, leaping in with a punk-spirited chant and buzzy synths of the Prodigy or Ed Banger variety. The bombast sounds awkward, but they're more at ease with the Depeche Mode-leaning "History" and the moody synth-pop of "Shameless" (which features Bryan Ferry). Groove Armada's house music roots are barely a memory in these rock-leaning songs, which are fronted mostly by the vocalists Nick Littlemore, Jess Larrabee and SaintSaviour, who show an affinity (if not always aptitude) for the spotlight.