And One / Aggressor
Album: Aggressor   Collection:General
Artist:And One   Added:Apr 2004
Label:Metropolis Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-05-31 Pull Date: 2004-08-02 Charts: Electronic
Week Ending: Jul 18 Jul 11 Jun 27 Jun 20 Jun 6
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 3

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 09, 2019: Attitude Adjustment
4. Jun 20, 2004: The Sheltering Sky
2. Jul 17, 2004: Under the Sheltering Sky
5. Jun 18, 2004: Distraction-Limited
Tote Tulpen
3. Jul 10, 2004: Under the Sheltering Sky
6. Jun 05, 2004: Mor On - The Literate Pop Fan

Album Review
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Reviewed 2004-05-12
Super-dancey synthpop. And One's eighth full-length album is more outright poppy than their earlier efforts, but features all-German lyrics and a few dissonant notes thrown in just to reassure you that you're still rivet. The songs (about dead flowers, television sets, and the color black) sound little different from each other -- the better to dance to, my dear -- and
the music, though catchy, is nothing new or innovative overall. Brethren: Melotron, Iris, Covenant. Rumor has it that the album is in German because the group's leader, Steve Naghavi, refuses to sing in the language of the
"Aggressors" Bush and Blair. If true, such politik would serve only to weigh down a competent but essentially bubblegum disc. Touch up your colored hair extensions, toss back a Cosmo and start stomping. Clean, natuerlich! Bonus Entertainment: Check out the disc tray's bleeding-heart plea to the kids to stop with the downloadin'.

Suggested tracks: 1, 2, 10 (pick any, really) Harder tracks: 6, 9


Track Listing
1. Kein Anfang   7. Fur Immer
2. Schwarz   8. Einstieg
3. Krieger   9. Strafbomber
4. Sternradio   10. Fernsehapparat
5. Speicherbar   11. Tote Tulpen
6. Fehlschlag   12. Kein Ende