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Volume was released as a Tower Records exclusive to the American and Australian Markets in 2001, when Epic Records was gearing the band to capture a foreign audience. Volume is Wolfgang's english-langauge best-of release; comprising of two new recordings of early hits "Arise" and "What Grows In Your Garden", as well as songs spanning the band's tenure with Sony Music Philippines.

For Filipino fans who are familiar with Wolfgang, Volume is a rush of classic after classic. These are the songs they chant to whenever Wolfgang plays a gig. What does make Volume worthwhile are the rerecordings of "Arise" and "What Grows In Your Garden", two songs off the bands debut album, which has to be their most enjoyable effort, right next to the masterpiece that is Semenelin. Filipino fans would also be intested in the english version of "Mata Ng Diyos" (Eyes of God) in "Watermarks".

For listerns new to Wolfgang, Volume is a sure treat. Like every album Wolfgang has put out, Volume has no fillers at all. What makes Wolfgang interesting for me is that their songs are essentially heavy-metal pop songs with extremely tight jazz sensabilities. Every song on Volume is sure to get stuck in your head and leave you with an amazing impression of a band that truly deserves to set the world on fire.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

With an image as enigmatic as the Residents or Gorillaz, the "story" of electro robo-love creation Wolfgang originated in the early '80s when a robot was built by a video game mastermind named William Jennings Wellworth. The plan was for Wolfgang the robot to write pop music after acquiring an input of the Human League, Soft Cell, Thomas Dolby, Heaven 17, and other '80s new wave artists. The idea failed and Wellworth gave up on the robot. It eventually was found years later in a dumpster in Brooklyn...
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