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Customer Reviews

Basshunter is crumbling

This album only confirms basshunter's fall from techno greatness into the stupid mediocre music he insists on making. No one wants to get all amped up listening to some guy cry about his girlfriend. This is why basshunter will never be like Benny Benassi or Tiesto. But if he thinks catering to the pre-teen/high school demographic that this album is just screaming for will get him the most fame and money, be my guest.

Disappointing

This guy used to be the best, now he's the most stereotypical pre-teen pop singer I can think of. Basshunter sold his soul to fame long ago. Might as well sign a contract with Miley Cyrus and get it over with.

nothing like the beginning

For those of you who have been with Basshunter from the beginning, you know this is not what he used to do. While the harmonics and melodics of the songs are very much like the old Basshunter, the lyrics are no where near where they used to be. For those of you who have only heard Basshunter sing in English, this is right up your alley and it's more of what you're used to. For anyone else who followed his progress through the clubs before he hit iTunes and came to the U.S., this will be a semi-disappointing, yet still satisfying album.

Biography

Born: December 22, 1984 in Halmstad, Sweden

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Swedish computer nerd Jonas Altberg (aka Basshunter) became an Internet phenomenon in the early 2000s with geek-friendly dance singles like "Boten Anna" (Anna Bot) and "Vi Sitter i Ventrilo och Spelar DotA" (We Sit in Ventrilo and Play DotA). Altberg began composing songs on his home computer in 1999, making them available to the general public via his website. They became a cult favorite, so much so that various clubs around Sweden started contacting Altberg with job offers. The first official Basshunter...
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Bass Generation (Bonus Track Version), Basshunter
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Electronic
  • Released: Sep 29, 2009

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