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Album Review

Rebound's Obsession is a skimpy, budget line collection that randomly selects tracks from Animotion's catalog. There are the two big hits, "Obsession" and "Room to Move You," plus the lesser hits "I Want You" and "Calling it Love," as well as no less than seven album cuts. Some of this stuff is sort of fun, some of it sounds a little tedious, which is frustrating considering that there is better material in the group's catalog. Still, nobody should expect too much from a budget line collection and even if Obsession doesn't contain all of the band's hits — the Top Ten smash "Room to Move" is noticeably missing — it still offers some bang for your buck.

Customer Reviews

Classic

This album is amazing. These songs are compiled so right and it could be the soundtrack for sweet 16s, keg parties and more!!!

Must buy!

Actually I was looking for the maxi version of ROOM TO MOVE but the album is really great.Main female singer is my favorite from 80's
More songs you can get at the John's Travolta soundtracks

Pop Fans! -

These are unforgetable tracks. Buy the song, or the whole album. Wow!!

Biography

Formed: 1984

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Riding the wave of MTV-friendly synth pop of the mid-'80s, Animotion took the coldly catchy "Obsession" to the Top Ten in the beginning of 1985. After that, success was elusive — the follow-up, "Let Him Go," barely cracked the Top 40 just four months later. In 1988, over half of the band left the lineup, including the leaders Bill Wadhams and Astrid Plane; actress Cynthia Rhodes and former Device member Paul Engemann became the lead vocalists. (Fortunately, the personnel changes apparently...
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