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9.9.99 9 Uhr


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1. Get You Closer
2. Michael Caine
3. Evil Boys
4. Pimmelmann
5. Und Wieder
6. Love And Fingers
7. Pray
8. Men In Uniform
9. Hypnotize
10. Der Erste Schritt

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1998 offering from this Deutschland techno group. Features 'Get You Closer', 'Michael Caine', 'Der Erste Schtirr' & seven more.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Vielleicht ist es so... Nov. 27 2001
By Jonas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"Get you closer"-Typical And One synthpop at it's best. Good starter of the album. This and "Love and fingers" are the "hit songs" of the album in my opinion.
"Michael Caine"-Typical And One synthpop at it's... well it's quite good but some things in it irritate me.
"Evil boys"-Kind of a ska feeling to this one. Harmless but not very good.
"Pimmelmann"-Dirty german lyrics. Ask your german teacher what Steve is singing. I usually don't like this kind of And One joke songs but this is funny.
"Und wieder"- I could live without this boring song.
"Love and fingers"-Great song with a typical And One sound and a sing-a-long chorus. My first favourite on the album.
"Pray"-A song that grew on me. The mood and the chorus makes it strong.
"Men in uniform"-My current favourite song on the album. Never before have the synthesiser sounds and Steve's voice worked this nicely together. Wonderful mood in this one.
"Hypnotize"-A song that I sometimes think is good and other times just skip. It's a bit boring.
"Der erste Schritt"-Some chords, a little melody and a robot voice saying something in german. Makes the album longer, nothing else.
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If you like And One you should buy "9.9.99 9 Uhr" and learn to love it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Mandatory for serious And One listeners Feb. 1 2009
By James R. Saker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Much akin to Depeche Mode's transitional album "Black Celebration," much of the emerging sound made clear on Bodypop is emerging in 9.9.99 9 Uhr. With one foot in their future sound and one back in the bubble-gummy, Vince Clark sound, it's an important work. Tracks that show the exploration of their evolving style include:

- Men in Uniform: a mandatory addition to any And One or futurepop collector's library.
- Und Weider: clearly an introspective, time-frozen song that starts with a minimalist, clean sound but develops its complexity and depth two minutes in with the pronounced major/minor, double/half tempo, western/eastern, percussive/blurry And One style.
- Love Fingers: Initially struck me as cheesy but there's really a lot more going on underneath and after a year, it's still fresh and listenable.
Men In Uniform Jan. 1 2013
By Ian Lofquist - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great Industrial / Goth club track, getting harder to find. Much of And One's earlier music is waaaay out of print and this will soon be tuff to find.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
not their best Dec 21 2002
By Trace J. Tumbleson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
So far i have 3 'and one' cd's and this is definately my least favorite. I have yet to get 'virgin superstar'. If you are into synthpop 'and one' is a must have but my rec. would be 'spot' or 'nordhausen' before this.


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