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The Anix - Sleepwalker

4.50
Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2011-08-30 Year: 2011
Label: Independent
Genre: Electronic
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The Anix is one of the best synth/rock bands around today, with 3 strong albums released it´s now time for their 4th album "Sleepwalker" to be unleashed to the world. The new album is their strongest so far and also the most bombastic and even heaviest album to date, I´m impressed by the superior line up of songs all from the single "Enemy eyes" and the brilliant upbeat cover of "Cry little sister" (The Lost Boys Soundtrack), to the massive "Endlessly". Distorted synthesizers and a wall of electronics comes out for the best on my fave "Take my future" and "In the end", two marvelous tunes. This is a perfect clash of the 80´s and modern rock. Many has covered "Cry little sister" like Aiden, Carfax Abbey, Seasons After, L.A Guns but The Anix version is the best - after the original of course!

Tracklisting 1. Enemy Eyes
2. Warning Signs
3. Cry Little Sister
4. Take My Future
5. Sleepwalker
6. Glass
7. Resident One
8. In The End
9. Endlessly
10. Long Way Out
11. In The Dark
12. The Passenger
1. Burn
2. Glass (Tommie Sunshine Remix)
3. Enemy Eyes (Powerman 5000 Remix)
4. Long Way Out (Mozart & Friends Remix)
5. Resident One (Mozart & Friends Remix)
6. Sleepwalker  (Invader! Remix)
7. Glass (Psychopomps Remix)
8. In The Dark (Angelspit RMX)
9. Cry Little Sister (Mozart & Friends Remix)


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