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      And One
      "Bodypop 1½"

      Steve Naghavi couldn’t help but noticing that large parts of today's club crowds had no knowledge of the groundbreaking synthpop hits of the 80s, and this observation awakened a missionary instinct in And One's restless front-man. Thus, the guys have thoroughly naghavigated an illustrious collection of genre classics, from "Blue Monday" and "Big In Japan" to "The Sun Always Shines On TV". A big tour of Germany's biggest concert halls followed and now we can reap the fruits of this labour on CD, as well: "Bodypop 1½" features nine of the biggest classics of electronic pop music. But, don't fret, the guys were also generous with their own material the new songs "Und Wenn", "Paddy Is My DJ" and "Love Is A Drug Abuser" plus old and previously unreleased versions of "Love You To The End" (the song is now about Depeche Mode!) and "So Klingt Liebe"

    dkk 120/eur 16

    CD