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Perfume announce rerelease of 'LEVEL3' in time for world tour in November

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By Fran Wrigley

Perfume have announced an autumn release date for a new bonus edition of their album "LEVEL3." The worldwide release in October will come just before the Japanese girl group make their U.S. concert debut in early November. "LEVEL3" was released in Japan last year, and the worldwide rerelease will be via label Astralwerks.

“Perfume WORLD TOUR 3rd”, which will see the group perform in the United States for the first time, takes the trio one step closer to their stated ambition of “going global”. Although it’s a “global tour”, there are only five dates. The tour kicks off in Taiwan on October 31, followed by appearances in Singapore and the United Kingdom, before landing in the United States to play the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on November 9, and the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York on November 15.

EDM-focused label Astralwerks, which is parented by Universal, is based in New York and is home to Swedish House Mafia, The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim and Eric Prydz. On the revamped "LEVEL3" (Bonus Edition), which will be released digitally on October 7 and on physical media later in the month, fans can look forward to two new remixes of the trio’s single "Spending All My Time," one by Greek-Belgian electro DJ duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and a radio mix.

Source: Real Sound

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I've been a fan of Perfume since 2006. To say their music "stinks" is probably one of the absolute most ridiculous things I've ever heard. I mean, to each their own as far as opinions go, but if you have ANY interest in EDM music or just JPOP that is different and has a lot of creativity put into every song, Perfume can't be matched. I'm guessing anyone who says their music stinks probably listens to crappy country music, Trap rap, or Miley Cyrus. That would make sense then that you can't appreciate good music when you hear it.

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Super hot gals and not bad Jpop either

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To say their music "stinks" is probably one of the absolute most ridiculous things I've ever heard. I mean, to each their own as far as opinions go

>I'm guessing anyone who says their music stinks probably listens to crappy country music, Trap rap, or Miley Cyrus. That would make sense then that you can't appreciate good music when you hear it.

You realize that in the second quote above you are doing the exact thing you are criticizing in the first quote above.

Music is subjective. Any and all music is crap to one person, whereas another will absolutely love it.

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Their music...yuck, but those legs are created by god himself.

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I only came here to make the comment that you guys are weird.

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To fans of Perfume I ask: are they good artists or are their songs good? There is a difference when such songs involve a lot of vocal effects, you know... Yes, I know this is their musical style, but hypothetically speaking, if they change the actual members and replace them for some ordinary girls, wouldn't it be the same? Are they talented? Do they compose their own songs? Do they play some musical instrument regularly featured in their songs? (I'm not being sarcastic, I really don't know the answers. I am sorry if it offends someone)

So the real question I tried to make is: who is responsible for their success/quality? Members of the group or the people behind them?

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Perfume release their latest album and it still stinks.

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Perfume rocks!!! Can't wait to see the girls in November in Los Angeles!!!

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They may be called perfume bu their music stinks. Nice looking "artists" though

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Chubbiness are better.

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