The Sunrise EP

Cause and EffectJanuary 1, 2003
Dance/Electronic℗ 2003 Liquefaction
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The Sunrise EP is an 8 track E.P. by Cause and Effect released in 2003 under the Liquefaction label. Inspired by the deep, loungy house beats of the underground, the first single "Into the Light" represented a creative breakthrough and set the tone for the rest of the E.P.

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Songs
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Into the Light4:26
2
Long Way Down3:31
3
Stay5:00
4
Sunrise6:14
5
Vicarage Road4:38
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Into the Light - Haloumix6:17
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Long Way Down - Haloumix4:56
8
Sunrise - Andres Oscuro Depth Mix8:04
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Tracks
8
Released
January 1, 2003
Label
℗ 2003 Liquefaction
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
Required for streaming and downloading
Playback information
Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
Known as the "lost album," Worth is the ill-fated second release by the New Jersey-based synth-pop group Anything Box. Its 1990 debut album Peace, released on Sony, was a respectable seller and included two substantial club hits, "Jubilation" and "Living in Oblivion." Anything Box (lead singer Claude S. and Dania Morales) traveled to Germany with producer Gareth Jones (Erasure, Depeche Mode) in early 1991 to record the follow up, Worth. But by this time, Anything Box was involved in a contract dispute with its label; after a bitter legal battle, the band was allowed to leave Sony, but only if Worth was shelved. The band eventually was able to realease the album themselves in 2001. Worth rivals Depeche Mode's Black Celebration as one of the most beautifully dark synth-pop albums ever made.

"World Without Love," the album's opener, exemplifies the mood; Claude's aching, beautiful tenor seamlessly blends with soothing synths and Dania Morales' lovely background cooing. The song is not as depressing as its title indicates; unlike many synth-based groups that resort to self-parody with an excessive gloom and doom lyrical approach, Anything Box succeeds because of its optimism and heartfelt performances. "Soldier and Child" is another fine track here. The upbeat synth arrangement contrasts nicely with deceptively depressing lyrics and stunning vocals by Claude S. to create an obscure pop masterpiece.

Despite an unnecessary Beatles' cover ("All You Need is Love," which actually isn't bad), Worth is definitely "worth" searching for. Easily the best album Anything Box ever made.
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