I first heard "Panzermensch" on my favorite Internet radio industrial/EBM station, and then again at the Bat Cave in NY, and that song alone is worth the price of the CD. It is sheer dance floor pandemonium in Goth/industrial clubs, and is right up there with the likes of Covenant's "Dead Stars" and Din_Fiv's "We Are" as far as working the dance floor into a frenzy. Virgin Superstar is my first And One album, and I was really surprised by how talented and polished this band is. Diverse is almost an understatement for Virgin Superstar, and each song is unique and different. While Panzermensch is a natural industrial/EBM anthem, most of the rest of the album reminds me more of a cross between retro synth-poppy 80's bands like ABC, Heaven 17, Shriekback, and Depeche Mode, and even a sad but beautiful ballad called "Mr. Jenka" which has hints of Frank Sinatra and Seal, and really demonstrates the talent and gorgeous, deep, Rammstein-like voice of the vocalist. It has been a long time since I bought a CD that I like all the way through. If you are expecting hardcore industrial, Panzermensch is not a good song to set your expectations by for the rest of the CD. But if you are looking for solid, unique, meaningful synthpop that will cause people to constantly ask you, "who is this?", do yourself a favor and buy this immediately.