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Dreaming is a return to the established pattern of the album. It opens with a Giorgio Moroder-esque synth part and builds to include Alison Goldfrapp’s less-icy-than-usual vocals.
So far so expected, which exposes the biggest potential problem with Head First: it’s all very well recreating ‘80s pop songs but how do you do that over an album without it getting dull or, even worse, sounding cheesy?
The answers are in the production and the extra flourishes that break style. Here, a rogue discordant synth part is a refreshing reminder that you’re not listening to Girls Aloud getting on their electro tip.