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The Anix - Play Dance Repeat

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: One Iron/Universal
Genre: Electronic
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Review

The new album from nu-wave electronica rockers The Anix is even more synthesizer based than the first album "An illusion of time" from last year.
The music is still very much like a hybrid of Orgy but with a big potion of Gary Numan,you know the guy with the 80?s hit "Cars".......well to explain it in a more simple way - danceable synthrock is a good description of The Anix new album.
7 songs from the debut are re-recorded in new versions on P-D-R but if you prefer the more rocking sound,you should hear them on "An illusion of time".
But since P-D-R contains 15 songs,you?ll get 8 brand new songs also and for the real The Anix fan - you need to have the new album as well.
I can?t help it but listening to this band feels like hearing Robert Smith (The Cure) singing with Orgy.
Dance baby dance!!!

Tracklisting 1. Through You
2. Stuck In A Phase
3. Sometimes
4. Dangerous
5. On And On
6. It's Not The Same
7. Media
8. If Humans Had No Voice
9. Stereo
10. Held Apart
11. This Game
12. Crash Test
13. Alone Again
14. Illusion
15. Decide


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lose the homo 2nd to the left,thanks

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