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Frontfeuer (1+ Tracks) EP

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Product Details

1. Rearming Strafbomber
2. Master Master
3. A Kind Of Deutsch
4. Steine Sind Steine
5. The Force

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
True to classic EBM style of older AndOne May 12 2007
By J. Graham - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I recommend this to fans of older And One albums, or if you have not litened to them but like Aroange Sector, old Oomph, E Craft, Front 242, this is a slightly more poppy version of the industrial influenced EBM. I like this EP more than the full-length sister album "Body Pop", which something that Steve did with the release of 9.9.99- european version included the EP Machinensturmer, which much darker, heavier, and for fans of EBM, much closer to a classic approach.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Heads up... Dec 20 2006
By Karen - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Everything I've read online says that 'Rearming Strafbomber" is the English version or translation of "Strafbomber" from Aggressor. It's not. If you're familiar with the original, you'll hear a resemblance, but it's NOT the same song.

Other than that, it's an okay EP. Not the best I've heard from them, but pretty good.
Fell the other way off that knife edge May 13 2013
By andrew couch - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I describe And One as a mix of early depeche mode and nitzer ebb. This work fell more on the nitzer ebb side of the fence. it's not bad, but not as good as when they have both aspects working in sync.

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