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8 thoughts on “ Colourless Colour - La Roux - La Roux (CD, Album)

  1. La Roux – Colourless Colour. 6 Comments; 0 Tags General CommentThis is my favorite song from La Roux. Elly's voice just sounds so beautiful in this song. I also love the lyrics, and the verse "I want to get away. To feel the sun on my skin. To feel it really sinking in".
  2. La Roux, an Album by La Roux. Released 29 June on Polydor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Electropop, Synthpop. Featured peformers: Ben Langmaid (producer), Elly Jackson .
  3. Sep 29,  · La Roux is the debut studio album by English synth-pop duo La Roux. It was released on 26 June by Polydor Records. The album peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart and was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. It includes the singles "In for the Kill" and "Bulletproof", which reached numbers two and one on the UK /5().
  4. Highly anticipated debut album from Elly Jackson (AKA La Roux), who has everyone from Franz Ferdinand to Daft Punk hailing her as a talent to watch. This self-titled album is a kaleidoscope of emotions, touching on everything from heartbreak to disappointment to invincibility: all in true spine tingling La Roux measures that create an instant resonance.
  5. Very Solid Album. A bit inconsistent at times but the some songs are truly amazing such as Tigerlily and In for the Kill which saves the Album and hides the inconsistency of this album. La Roux shows us she has a great voice and the production is overall good but nothing amazing. A Solid Debut. A Solid 7.
  6. rows · There are multiple bands called La Roux/Laroux: 1: La Roux is the electropop project of .
  7. There are multiple bands called La Roux/Laroux: 1: La Roux is the electropop project of Elly Jackson (born 12 March in London, United Kingdom; singer and keyboardist). It started as a duo in and became a solo project in , when Jackson's songwriting and producing partner Ben Langmaid left the group. Her music is largely influenced by 80s pop music including Eurythmics, Depeche.

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