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Frou Frou / ‘Details’ limited red vinyl

Electronic duo Frou Frou are Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth. Their one and only album Details was issued back in 2002 and has never been issued on vinyl, until now.

The music has elements of trip/hop, ambient, pop and rock, and the unmistakable vocals of Imogen Heap. Guy Sigsworth has long been in demand as a producer/songwriter and has collaborated on the last two Alison Moyet albums.

The Details album received critical acclaim, and the duo established something of a cult following in the United States, where they promoted Details.

This first-time-on-vinyl edition is pressed on 180g RED vinyl and limited to just 1000 copies. It comes in a gatefold sleeve, complete with a four-page booklet of song lyrics and credits. It is due to be released on 23 March 2018.

Pre-order Frou Frou’s ‘Details’ on RED vinyl from the SDE Shop

SIDE A
1. LET GO
2. BREATHE IN
3. IT’S GOOD TO BE IN LOVE
4. MUST BE DREAMING
5. PSYCHOBABBLE

SIDE B
1. ONLY GOT ONE
2. SHH
3. HEAR ME OUT
4. MADDENING SHROUD
5. FLICKS
6. THE DUMBING DOWN OF LOVE

4 responses to Frou Frou / ‘Details’ limited red vinyl

  1. Geert De Wilde says:

    Hi Paul,

    I was wondering whether you could update us on this release? Thanks!

  2. Andrew F. says:

    This is such an accomplished album. I also have a lot of love for singer Imogen Heap’s Speak For Yourself album.

    Her belief in the strength of the songs lead to her remortgaging her flat to finance the instruments and self-release in her own label, which really paid off after Hide & Seek went stratospheric and Sony licensed the album for the US.

    I don’t think she’s topped that particular solo album, but she’s recorded some interesting songs.

  3. Mikey-D says:

    I have to say I was bummed when I read the full headline :) I was hoping for some kind of deluxe version on CD. This is a fantastic album with no bad songs. Check out her solo stuff as well, but this is still the best for me.

  4. Paul says:

    Just to say that ‘Hear Me Out’ is a fantastic ‘lost’ song, it’s a track I still play a lot. I thought the album was pretty good.

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