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  • Audio CD (Nov. 7 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metropolis
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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1. Mein Anfang
2. Military Fashion Show
3. Enjoy The Unknown
4. So Klingt Liebe
5. The Sound Of Believer
6. Body Company
7. Traumfrau
8. Stand The Pain
9. Sexkeit
10. Love You To The End
11. The Dream
12. Dein

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Format: Audio CD
While most of And One's albums (I.S.T., Nordhausen, Agressor, Spot) had some great tracks, their latest CD Bodypop is overall a great CD. A good mixture of German & English songs and the singles 'Military Fashion Show', So Klingt Liebe' & 'Traumfrau' are excellent. If you're looking for a band that is influenced by Nitzer Ebb, Test Dept & yes... Depeche Mode then And One will put a big smile on your face! Highly recommended and one of the best CDs of 2006 (along with Apoptygma Berzerk's "You & Me Against The World" and Code64's "Departure").
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Bodypop is the album fans have been waiting for for quiet awhile. Aggressor had it's moments, but wasn't a really captivating album. Bodypop will grab you the minute Military Fashion Show starts and won't let you go until Your End. The album isn't as dark as some of their better works and is very familiar to Depeche Mode, but all in al the album is great and unique. I strongly recommend it. As for the Import or Domestic version, don't kill yourself worrying about what to buy. The second disc is just the Frontfeuer single. It will be released on it's own in December. Enjoy!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very good! Nov. 11 2006
By ebmAddikt - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Bodypop is a very subdued and synthpoppy collection of electronica that is very unlike their previous release Aggressor, which leans very dark and heavy on the ebm scale. I am a little disapointed that they didn't run with this direction on Bodypop and explore more of the darkness in the ebm realm. But all in all, I am fairly satisfied with the end result. If I had to describe Bodypop in two words or less, I would call it "happy somber". Most of the songs are written in And One ballad-like fashion with their infusion of early Depeche Mode influences. In fact, my personal opinion is that Bodypop takes Depeche Mode's Christmas Island, and plants it firmly into the ground. The soundscape is pretty much constant throughout the entire album, so listening to any ONE song is good. But when listening to the album in it's entirety, can kinda get boring. I would recommend the band to diversify their sound library on their next album. The album, from a production perspective, is produced very nicely! Steve does a good job at keeping the sound clean while covering all aspects of the audio spectrum.

Unlike Aggressor, in Bodypop, Steve does sing in both English and Deutsche languages. Again on my personal preference, I prefer Deutsche - even tho I can't understand it - because it adds a certain element of darkness I crave.

In all fairness and goodness, I would recommend this album to any And One or synthpop fan....but if you're looking for ebm, I will recommend the previous album, "Aggressor".

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5.0 out of 5 stars Depeche meets Nitzer Ebb. Dark yet bouncy. Feb. 28 2010
By Typhon2222 - Published on
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I listen to almost nothing but electronica, and have done so for decades. So very little surprises me anymore. But And One's Bodypop is an exception. Imagine Depeche Mode caught midway between 1983's Construction Time Again and 1984's Some Great Reward--a bit closer to the latter than the former--mixed with Nitzer Ebb. Others have already said it, so I can only echo: the sound is dark yet bouncy, if such a thing is possible. It's the strangest mix, and you'll find yourself constantly smiling while listening to it, yet unsure exactly why. One of the most interesting yet accessible, unexpected, compelling, and foot-tappingly happy CD's I've bought in a while. It will indeed make your body pop. Highly recommended for the synth fan who thinks he's heard it all.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Excellent Nov. 28 2007
By S. Crosbie - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is the first time ive ever done this, and this cd is the reason why. From start to finish, infectious grooves, awesome vocals, and And One at their synthpoppy best. A classic, each track is great, you'll be tapping your feet and singing it over and over in your head. Ipod extreme rotation on these tracks. As a long time fan, i have every cd they ever made, and this is the best, period.

Do yourself a favour, and get the bonus disc version. And look out for the Feb '08 "covers" cd. If you like Nitzer Ebb, Front 242, Depeche type music, you will LOVE this. Production is awesome, very bass heavy and full sounding, songs are catchy, some in German, some in English, all fantastic !!

An absolute must-own for electronic music. I have boatloads of cd's, this is the first time ive ever decided to write about one. It ranks up there with Trentemollers "last resort", Tweekend by Crystal Method, Converting Vegetarians by Infected's that are brilliant from beginning to end, that you feel compelled to share with others. Enjoy!!
5.0 out of 5 stars The sound of believer April 8 2008
By E. Anderson - Published on
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For a long time, I have been wanting to check out And One's music but kept on putting off. I saw them live last year on the VNV Nation tour and loved their brand of synthpop. I finally got around this past weekendto buying their last full-length album BODYPOP. I have not been able to stop listening to the cd. The music is pure ear candy to this synthpop fan. I love how Steve Naghavi croons. His voice is deep but not like Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode or even Steffan of De/vision. Steve definitely has a distinct voice of his own. The music itself is a lot of fun to dance to. Songs like "Military Fashion Show", "So Klingt Liebe", and "Stand the Pain" has a ton of energy that will make any wallflower want to hit the dancefloor. Of course there is the occasional ballad. I particularly am fond of "The Dream". I particularly enjoyed the crisp synthesized melodies and gentle dance beats. I wish the cd was a bit longer but otherwise there is nothing about BODYPOP that I didn't like. Great album. I am definitely an And One fan for sure now.
5.0 out of 5 stars Music so good you'll actually want to purchase it April 6 2009
By Patrick - Published on
I first heard And One's Krieger on an internet radio station and I was sold (you should check it out [...])

I went to And One's website and heard tracks from Bodypop. After hearing the great songs I headed straight to Amazon in hopes they would have the mp3 "albums", and I purchased both Krieger and Bodypop. Now I'm taking the time to spread the word about this band and album.

Bodypop is a great mix of tracks with German and English vocals. The dynamics shift a great deal from the dark and ambient opening track Mein Anfang, to light and rhythmic tracks with great vocal melodies like Military Fashion Show. Enjoy The Unknown is a great track with a strong Depeche Mode influence. And One brings their own sound and style to the table to their mix and I haven't heard anything quite like them.

This is a great album for working at the computer or taking a drive (thought you'll get some looks while bouncing around to some of the songs.)


Check out Krieger by And One also.