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Ladytron : Seventeen

...perfect pop...

Ladytron

could well be the 21st Century Ladytron[/a]’s favourite band, their last album ‘604’ did as much to spearhead electroclash as his ‘Kittens And Thee Glitz’. But Ladytron

are too special just to slot into a movement.



‘Seventeen’ shows a band in total command of its voice; a moody, romantic synth pulse that makes you want to dress up, go out and have nocturnal adventures.



It’s a term debased, traduced and abused, but Ladytron

are perfect pop.



Alex Needham

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