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Something to appease the die-hard fans

When I saw the new music alert in my e-mail box for this album I immediately went to the iTunes store to check it out. I was immediately disappointed. I have APOP's "7" and the recently released "You and Me Against the World" and enjoy them both. There were a lot of negative reviews left for Y&MATW, but being a huge fan of Depeche Mode, Camouflage, Alphaville, The Cure, etc., I really enjoyed the album. "Nothing Else Matters" is obviously an attempt by APOP to appease the "outraged" fans who didn't like the change in direction and sound of the last album. And that's cool...everyone is entitled to their opinion. I just thought that people who enjoyed Y&MATW should know that this album is not the same sound and to give it a quick listen before buying it. Thanks for listening!


I'm not a huge APOP fan, I have downloaded a handful of tracks, my favorite being "Lost in Translation", but I am always open to covers, especially when I like the original artists.

I am not a big Metallica fan, but I did own their black album in high school, and "Nothing Else Matters" was a favorite of mine. This cover is weak in comparison, and on its own it's okay. The cover of U2's "Who's gonna ride your wild horses" is as good as the original in my opinion. Its a favorite song of mine. I am not familiar with the next two tracks on this album, but the song Coma White is clearly the best track on this album.

The final track is a cover of the OMD song "Electricity". It sounds exactly like the original. Which is good I guess, since the original rocked. Its a little faster. Overall, if you like these songs, you might want to look into the original versions. They're good.

Sound very experimental

I don't really know this band but this CD sounds very experimental. I think there okay like Nothing Else Matters


Formed: 1991 in Sarpsborg, Fredrikstad, Norway

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Norwegian electronic band Apoptygma Berzerk were conceived in 1989 by Stephan Groth (sometimes known as Grothesk) and Jon Erik Martinsen (who left the duo soon after formation). In the beginning, they made their mark as a hard-hitting goth industrial outfit, eventually morphing through the decades to incorporate a wide range of electronic influences. APOP's first single, "Ashes to Ashes," was released in 1991 on the Tatra label, helping them break internationally with an appearance on the Sex, Drugs...
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Nothing Else Matters, Apoptygma Berzerk
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  • $3.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2007

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