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Stark beauty

Nice and very, very dark 80's synth pop that makes Depeche Mode look like the Osmonds. However this is mearly a fluke as I have discovered this is a thrown together compilation album of tracks made in the 80's that were lost by the group and rediscovered recently. Although it sounds like it , this record was not released in the 1980's, If it was it would have had a huge underground following for sure. Unfortunetly I have heard their other releases and nothing compares to this "compilation". If you like really crappy early 90's techno you should check their other stuff out. Its a shame because this is fantastic.

Biography

Formed: 1986 in New Jersey

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Formed in 1986 by Claude S. with two friends, Dania Morales and Paul Rijnders, the New Jersey trio Anything Box took their name from the title of a book of short stories. The act signed with Epic and released their debut album, Peace, in 1990, notching a hit with the upbeat "Living in Oblivion." The song crossed over from clubs and managed to climb onto the pop charts (reaching a less-than-dizzying number 65). They returned a year later with the Gareth Jones-produced Worth. Although it failed to...
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