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On their sophomore album Humanoid, Tokio Hotel offers glimpses of an apocalyptic future with a mixture of lust and loathing. The German teen combo continues to intermingle goth, glam and New Romantic motifs, both in their fashion sense and musical approach. Duran Duran and Depeche Mode’s ‘80s hits are frequent reference points here. Singer Bill Kaulitz preens and struts on top of industrial beats, achieving a playful sort of sulkiness on the trudging “Pain of Love” and the buoyant “Human Connect to Human.” Tokio Hotel don’t mind adding some froth to their gloomy brew, as the bouncy “Darkside of the Sun” and the tingling “Forever Now” show. Kaulitz and his band mates flirt with big themes (check out “Love & Death”), but mostly seem drawn to romantic revenge (“Automatic”) and brooding alienation (“Zoom Into Me).” Producer David Jost gives Tokio Hotel a high-gloss sonic environment to romp about in. Humanoid’s angst-ridden effervescence is relentlessly (maybe even inhumanly) catchy.

Customer Reviews

Playing Nonstop

My preorder starting downloading early (Oct. 5) and has been playing nonstop in my iPod ever since. It is so hooky and catchy. The iTunes bonus tracks in particular, and I say this as someone who also has the German disc. I'm so glad to hear them experimenting with new sounds, and as a child of the 80s, I welcome the reminders of Depeche Mode, New Order & Duran Duran. Anyone who wants the "old" Tokio Hotel, listen to World Behind My Wall or Zoom Into Me and tell me you can't hear that sound, too. Or get Phantom Rider off the deluxe disc. Personally, my favorites are Humanoid (for hard rock riffs and beautiful harmonies) and Pain of Love (for Bill's vocal command and recoginition that love isn't all unicorns and rainbows).

Best of their albums yet?

I've been counting down the days for this day and I'm so thrilled!!!!Their music has advanced so much and I just LOVE their new sound and look! This album just might be their best one! The guitar,drums,bass and of course the VOICE is just brilliant! I couldn't be more thrilled with this album! woo!!!!! Tokio Hotel forever!<3333333

Come on guys. . .

This band can obviously do better then this.This album pratically screams "WE ARE SELLOUTS!".It's just another CD to keep them back in the spotlight.There is no need guys, just do what you really want to do.I believe they are decent muscians with potential but they are throwing it all away all for the fame.You guys are already famous, try to put more effort into your next album.


Formed: 2001 in Magdeburg, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The emo-pop quartet Tokio Hotel emerged in 2005 as one of the most successful German acts of their generation. Scoring three number one singles with their debut album, Schrei, the teen musicians also found an international audience for their music, eventually going platinum in multiple foreign countries. Twin brothers Bill and Tom Kaulitz had formed the group in their native Magdeburg in 2001, when the siblings were just 12 years old. With drummer Gustav Schäfer and bassist Georg Listing rounding...
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Humanoid (Bonus Track Version), Tokio Hotel
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Alternative, Rock, Punk
  • Released: Jan 01, 2009

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