Ooh La La – Goldfrapp Featured in the Film The Other Guys

Posted on May 5, 2014

GoldfrappOohLaLaCD1Sat watching TV the other night and we were really strapped for something good to watch. Then we noticed ‘The Other Guys’ was showing and it wasn’t too old plus it was a comedy. So we thought lets give it a shot.

Have to be honest I really didn’t think it was that funny, but what I did like was some of the featured music and the one that really got my attention was Ooh La La by Goldfrapp. Soon as I heard it I remembered it and I love it. Definitely a bit quirky and different from the normal run of the mill pop/disco music and it soon had me sitting up to pay attention.

Ooh La La was released back in 2005 as the lead single to the album Supernature and ‘Yay’ Goldfrapp are a British band, so there is a sort of ‘Top of the PopsThe Power of Love, Gabrielle Aplin's Version. Read more ... »’ feel to the track, but not in a bad Jimmy SavilleSandie Shaw - Always Something There To Remind Me (1969). Read more ... » way but in a very good and positive British TV and music way.

So here is the video and if you like it and want a bit more you can find the album here

Supernature the Album

1. Ooh La La
2. Lovely 2 C U
3. Ride A White Horse
4. You Never Know
5. Let It Take You
6. Fly Me Away
7. Slide In
8. Koko
9. Satin Chic
10. Time Out From The World
11.
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