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  • Years Active

    1999 – present (18 years)

  • Founded In

    Bath, Somerset, England, United Kingdom

  • Members

This English duo, formed in 1999 in London, consists of and musician Alison Goldfrapp and musician/producer Will Gregory. Prior to the band, Alison guested as a vocalist and songwriter with Tricky, Orbital and Peter Gabriel, among others.

Goldfrapp's 2000 debut album "Felt Mountain" featured compositions that consisted of downtempo structures, sounding arrangements of strings and light, airy synths alongside Alison's sleek, soft vocals. The albums that followed, "Black Cherry" (2003) and "Supernature" (2005), have seen Goldfrapp embracing elements of , and music, taking their sound to a wider audience.
Usually associated with the movement, Goldfrapp sometimes recalls 19 .

In 2008, Goldfrapp released a more ambient and "folktronica" sounding album "Seventh Tree".

"Strict Machine" is also the song used by Verizon for its "Chocolate" phone commercials and was used for one "Gameboy Advance" commercial by "Nintendo". The song is also featured in many promo spots for the FX television series "Nip/Tuck".

"Fly Me Away" was featured in various "Target" department store Christmas commercials in 2006.

"Ooh La La" has also been used in "T-Mobile" adverts in the United Kingdom.

"Lovely Head" featured regularly in episodes of British satirical animation series "Monkey Dust".

"Train" was featured in the fourth season of Showtime's "Queer as Folk", and was also included in the soundtrack.

"Crystalline Green" can be heard in episode 7 of the second season of "House M.D.".

"Ride a White Horse" is played in the first episode of season six of "The Sopranos".

"Beautiful" was used in TV commercials for the "Sex and the City" movie.

"A&E" and "Happiness" have both been used in british soap opera "Hollyoaks".

Goldfrapp is also mentioned in the film "Hard Candy" and appeared as a musical guest in an episode of the television show "The L Word".

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