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You And Me Against The World
You and Me Against the World is the fifth studio album from Norwegian electronic rock music band Apoptygma Berzerk. The album was released in 2006, and gave way to a very different sound in the band, whereas previous records had a more traditional electric synthpop/EBM sound, You and Me Against the World features a more mainstream, rock-oriented sound. It's the band's most successful album to date.
Harmonizer - Deluxe Bonus Track Edition (Remastered)
Harmonizer is the fourth studio album by Norwegian futurepop band Apoptygma Berzerk. It was released on 25 February 2002 on Metropolis Records and WEA International.
Welcome To Earth - Deluxe Bonus Track Edition (Remastered)
Welcome to Earth is the third studio album by Norwegian futurepop band Apoptygma Berzerk. It was released on February 22, 2000 on Metropolis Records but was earlier released on Tatra Records.
The general theme of the album is that of extraterrestrials contacting earth and of moving on. The songs themselves contain samples of reports of alien sightings and crop circle designs feature prominently in the cover and liner notes. Several tracks have been staples in live concerts ever since, especially the single "Kathy's Song", which became one of the band's biggest hits, being remixed by high-profile artists such as VNV Nation and Ferry Corsten.
Soli Deo Gloria - Deluxe Bonus Track Edition (Remastered)
Rocket Science is a studio album from Apoptygma Berzerk. It follows the same path of synth-rock trends as the band's last album You and Me Against the World. The first single was "Apollo" followed by "Green Queen". It was also their final album on Gun Records, released one week before the label ceased operating.
The album's theme is heavily influenced by the novel 1984 by George Orwell, as well as various conspiracy theories and The Matrix movies. The album's lyrics reflect Stephan's world view and his personal life and views.
The album also features guest vocals on multiple tracks from Benji Madden from Good Charlotte, and Amanda Palmer from The Dresden Dolls. The final track Trash is a cover of a 1996 single by Britpop band Suede.
Sonic Diary is a two-disc compilation release from Apoptygma Berzerk. The first disc contains a collection of covers the band has recorded over the course of their career while the second disc is a collection of remixes, some of which were previously released and others which were new.
Apoptygma Berzerk also released their Black EP in 2006; the ten-song Black EP contains several remixes of songs from You and Me Against the World.
Imagine There's No Lennon - Live - APBL2009
Imagine There's No Lennon is a live album and DVD set, from Apoptygma Berzerk. The show was recorded live in Cologne on the Rocket Science Tour 2009.
The Singles Collection - Deluxe Bonus Track Edition (Remastered)
Black EP vol 2
APBL2000 - Deluxe Edition (Remastered)
Unicorn - Deluxe Bonus Track Edition (Remastered)
Nein Danke! (2-Track Teaser)
U.T.E.O.T.W. (Radio Edit)
The Cosmic Chess Match (Radio Edit)
The Genesis 6 Experiment (Radio Edit)
Major Tom EP
Burn - The Crow Theme Revisited
The Anix & Apoptygma Berzerk
Nothing Else Matters
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