Apoptygma Berzerk ‎– You And Me Against The World

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GUN Records (2) ‎– GUN 226, GUN Records (2) ‎– 82876 73110 2
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1 Tuning In Again 1:15
2 In This Together
Backing Vocals – Jonas GrothBass – Dag Anders SandellCo-producer – Peter KellerProducer [Additional Mix Production] – Stefan GlaumannRecorded By [Vocals] – Sank
4:26
3 Love To Blame
Backing Vocals – Jonas GrothGuitar [Additional], Arranged By – Peter Keller
3:49
4 You Keep Me From Breaking Apart 3:30
5 Cambodia
Drums – Tor HaugeMixed By – Stefan GlaumannMusic By, Lyrics By – Marty Wilde, Ricky Wilde
4:20
6 Back On Track
Bass – Dag Anders SandellVocals [Guest] – Anneli Drecker
3:37
7 Tuning In To The Frequency Of Your Soul 3:34
8 Mercy Kill 3:10
9 Lost In Translation 4:35
10 Maze
Backing Vocals – MortiisBass – Peter KellerGuitar – Kurt Ebelhäuser
3:22
11 Into The Unknown 3:41
12 Shine On
Music By, Lyrics By – Guy Chadwick
3:18
13 Is Electronic Love To Blame? 4:34

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"Cambodia" originally performed by Kim Wilde.
"Shine On" originally performed by The House Of Love.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 28767 31102 9
  • Label Code: LC 06029
  • Matrix / Runout: [Sonopress Arvato logo] 51585511/82876731102 21
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI RV14

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fabriknos

fabriknos

July 21, 2010

"Pick up this album if you like good music. Leave it alone if you expect another futurepop-trip." Kind of a contradictory statement - so futurepop is automatically bad music? (I generally don't like most of it, but that statement is just ridiculous). I don't know why there are all these Apop fans that erect such strong defense over the "newer" Apop indie rock sound. As if they are afraid of being critics themselves so they pour all this praise on the new sounds just to stay fans. The fact is, this album, Sonic Diary, and the latest album are all pretty bad rock albums. I'm sorry, that's just how it is. I'm not some die hard 90s EBM fan who will never like anything else. I'm just telling it how it is. These newer Apop albums are simply annoying to listen to. Groth is not a real rock musician but obviously wants to be. He can certainly write catchy songs, but doesn't have the impact a true rock musician has. I honestly don't care what style Apop does - EBM, rock, salsa, or gay disco - but I am not afraid to say that this particular music just is not good.