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- Me, Myself, and I
- Goldfrapp is a Mercury Music Prize nominated English electronica duo formed in 1999. The band consists of lead singer Alison Goldfrapp and multi-instrumentalist Will Gregory.
Though nowadays credited for their pioneering electronics, crystalline vocals, visual theatrics and glam-sex decadence, Goldfrapp signed to Mute Records in 1999. The duo released their debut album, Felt Mountain, in the winter of 2000 to much acclaim. The album was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize the following year and produced two minor successful singles in the UK. The duo released their second Brit Award nominated album Black Cherry, in the beginning of 2003, reaching number nineteen on the UK album chart. Black Cherry saw the duo's sound move in a different direction, from chilled out electronica to glam-rock dance music. The album produced four top fifty singles and brought Goldfrapp success on the Billboard dance charts in the United States. Following the critical and commercial success of Black Cherry, the duo released their third album Supernature in the summer of 2005 to great success, peaking at number two in the UK and achieving platinum status, becoming Goldfrapp's most successful commercial release to date.