Goldfrapp Supernature (Mute) Having created waves with her debut album Felt Mountain in 2000 and confirmed her position as electro-chanteuse-most- likely with 2003's Black Cherry, Alison Goldfrapp - along with composer Will Gregory - returns with her most accessible, accomplished and downright electrifying work to date. Ooh La La sets the tone: flaunting a pulsing glam rock bassline that lurks with carnal intent beneath Goldfrapp's seductive vocals, it's the soundtrack to a lusty, table-top encounter with a can-can girl at a synthed-up Moulin Rouge. Lovely 2 C U, a playful slice of trashy electro, maintains the wanton spirit and by the time Ride a White Horse purrs to life, there's no doubting Supernature's thrust. The title is a sly reference to Bianca Jagger's famous entrance to Studio 54 on horseback - a paragon of the 1970s superclub's decadence - while the throbbing disco-electro beat pants with unfettered desire. Things calm down a little after this breathless threesome, but Goldfrapp's smouldering intensity never abates. The Bjork-like electro-ballad Let it Take You resonates with falling piano tones and provides the most affecting example of Goldfrapp's vocal talents, while Fly Me Away, Slide In and Koko swim with intoxicating electronic rhythms and sensual lyrics. Any thoughts the album might coast towards fulfilment are blown away by the off-kilter keyboards and strutting polka-sleaze of Satin Chic, before culminating in the rapt exultance of Number 1. It's the perfect climax and one that announces Goldfrapp's arrival as the Deborah Harry of the digital generation.