Velocifero Album

Ladytron

About Velocifero

Velocifero is the fourth studio album by English electronic music band Ladytron and their first to be released by Nettwerk. The album was first released digitally on 19 May 2008, followed by a physical release on 2 June in the United Kingdom and on 3 June elsewhere. Velocifero peaked at number 75 on the UK Albums Chart, becoming the band's second highest-charting album to date in the UK (after Gravity the Seducer reached number 72 in 2011). It was also their first album to chart on the US Billboard 200, reaching number 131. According to band member Reuben Wu, "velocifero" literally means "bringer of speed", and is also the name of a classic retro-styled scooter. "Black Cat" and "Kletva" are both sung entirely in Bulgarian. "Kletva" (which means "oath") is a cover of a song from a solo album by Kiril Marichkov of Bulgarian rock band Shturtzite. Daniel Hunt provided additional vocals on "Versus". Velocifero spawned three singles: "Ghosts", "Runaway" and "Tomorrow". 


Year:
2008
#SongDuration
15:08 
24:42 
33:58 
44:49 
54:01 
64:08 
72:42 
8
They Gave You a Heart, They Gave You a Name
3:28 
9
Predict the Day
4:25 
10
The Lovers
2:38 
115:02 
12
Tomorrow
3:35 
135:43 

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