Goldfrapp ‎– Head First

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Mute ‎– 9442-1
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Tracklist

A1 Rocket
A2 Believer
A3 Alive
A4 Dreaming
A5 Head First
B1 Hunt
B2 Shiny And Warm
B3 I Wanna Life
B4 Voicething
CD-1 Rocket
CD-2 Believer
CD-3 Alive
CD-4 Dreaming
CD-5 Head First
CD-6 Hunt
CD-7 Shiny And Warm
CD-8 I Wanna Life
CD-9 Voicething

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Notes

℗ 2010 Mute Corporation
© 2010 Mute Corporation
Made in the USA

Gatefold sleeve. CD in card sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724596944219

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDSTUMM320, 5099962621229 Goldfrapp Head First(CD, Album) Mute, Mute CDSTUMM320, 5099962621229 UK & Europe 2010 Sell This Version
CDSTUMM320, 5099962621229 Goldfrapp Head First(CD, Album, Unofficial) Mute (2), Mute (2) CDSTUMM320, 5099962621229 Russia 2010 Sell This Version
50999 6262122 0 Goldfrapp Head First(CD, Album, Promo) Mute 50999 6262122 0 Argentina 2010 Sell This Version
none Goldfrapp Head First - Instrumentals(CDr, Album, Promo) Mute none UK & Europe 2010 Sell This Version
PCSTUMM320, 5099964021645 Goldfrapp Head First(Cass, Album, Promo) Mute, Mute PCSTUMM320, 5099964021645 UK & Europe 2010 Sell This Version

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jctoledano

jctoledano

September 3, 2017
My version of this has the same barcode and catalog number 9442-1 / 724596944219 but it doesn't contain a CD. It comes with a folded poster instead.
MysteronLunaris

MysteronLunaris

October 19, 2016
edited 11 months ago
It's news to me that there are people who "reject" this album. The first time I heard it I was swept into retro sci-fi-fantasy world where unicorns run free and Giorgio Moroder the benevolent ruler of the galaxy. It is also a stunning companion piece to the album that came before it - Seventh Tree. While Seventh Tree manages to be a Goldfrapp downtempo album Head First feels deliberately "uptempo" - if such a genre could exist. The songs are light and breezy, but at the same time elegantly psychedelic and pulsate with life. I have no real criticism of the album. The writing, singing and production are as tight and on-point as ever, the flow is splendid, and every song is enjoyable and accessible. Of all of their albums, it is the one I come back to the most.