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"Ladytron" is a song by Bryan Ferry, recorded by his band Roxy Music and appearing on their eponymous debut album. The British electronic band Ladytron took their name from this song.

The song has distinctive instrumentation, including an oboe solo, liberal use of the mellotron's famous "three violins" tape set, and much processing of the other instruments by Brian Eno via his Electronic Music Studios VCS3 synthesizer and tape echo. The sound in the start of the song was created… read more

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  • Avatar for Rissacakes
    Truly incredible.
  • Avatar for Earlyturtle
    So ridiculously good.
  • Avatar for pogopatterson
    WoW!
  • Avatar for alin1
    Great song. The British electronic music band [artist]Ladytron[/artist] took their name after this song. Brian Eno (who was a member of Roxy Music at that time) said about this band that they're "the best of English pop music". He also invited them to play for a special festival at Sydney Opera House in 2009.
  • Avatar for KommisarK
    Ya got me girl on the runaround-runaround.
  • Avatar for SkullPandy
    VELVET GOLDMINE!!!!!
  • Avatar for promisedeyes
    It sounds like I'm being flown onto the surface of a distant planet, ye-gads
  • Avatar for Tag1955
    This song has such depth and so many ideas, much like the band that created it. Absolutely brilliant track!(2)
  • Avatar for LSBumblebee
    The search for Eddie Riff is over!
  • Avatar for DanLovesAlice
    This song has such depth and so many ideas, much like the band that created it. Absolutely brilliant track!

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