A Lovebox full of questions
It's time to hit the dancefloor with two albums from the electronic music duo Groove Armada. The oldest one is the 2002 album Lovebox, which includes some of their finest tracks. It features collaborations with artists like Neneh Cherry and Richie Havens. Their fifth studio album Soundboy Rock is an unpredictable mix of breakbeats, trip hop and electro driven songs. The diversity and continuity of their previous work Lovebox is combined with some exciting heaviness on this album. Both releases contains an insert with exclusive liner notes by Andy Cato and Soundboy Rock contains an exclusive poster. Both albums are released as 2.000 individually numbered copies on coloured vinyl.
The electronic music duo Groove Armada released their fourth album Lovebox in 2002. The album includes some of their best tracks, ramping through genres from rock 'n' roll to the psychedelica and ska.
Groove Armada's fifth studio album Soundboy Rock is an unpredictable mix of breakbeats, trip hop and electro-driven songs. The diversity and continuity of their previous work Lovebox is combined with some exciting heaviness.
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