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  • Performer: Anthony Rother
  • Title: Popkiller
  • Size FLAC ver: 1813 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2004
  • Style: Techno, Electro, Synth-pop
  • Other formats: MIDI AAC DXD MMF VQF AIFF FLAC
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
Anthony Rother - Popkiller album flac

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Album · 2004 · 11 Songs.

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Written-By, Producer – Anthony Rother. Mixed and recorded at PSI Studio Germany. Popkiller ‎(CD, Album).

Fifth album released in 2004 by Anthony Rother, "is an album well Popkiller complete with beautiful piece dancefloor, just listen to" Father "to understand the meaning of the album. Probably the song of this album, we love both the songs and play all the vocal accompanying. With 11 tracks, this album is a gem of Datapunk label (label founded precisely by Anthony Rother 2003), released in 2004 "Popkiller" makes us vibrate in the depths of us. " Feel free to express yourself then on music, one thing is on, with Electro sounds, bass enhancement and the very specific.

POPKILLER by Anthony Rother, released 29 April 2004 1. Day 2. Father 3. Back Home 4. Punks 5. Age 6. Space 7. Bodytalk 8. 10000 Dancer 9. No Love 10. Running. Anthony Rother was described as an influential visionary, an electro pioneer and one of electronic music’s most prolific producers.

Videos) by Anthony Rother. Elixir Of Life by Anthony Rother. Super Space Model by Anthony Rother. Hacker by Anthony Rother. Magic Diner by Anthony Rother. 62 Minutes On Mars by Anthony Rother. Popkiller II by Anthony Rother. View all albums . Popkiller.

This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 118/136 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Popkiller. Album starts at 118BPM, ends at 124BPM (+6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Anthony Rother.

Tracklist

1 Day 1:29
2 Father 6:30
3 Back Home 6:59
4 Punks 5:57
5 Age 5:40
6 Space 7:37
7 Bodytalk 6:06
8 10.000 Dancer 8:12
9 No Love 5:54
10 Running 4:29
11 Who Knows 4:09

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Rafael Jimenez Heckmann
  • Photography By – Klaus Wäeldele
  • Producer, Written-By – Anthony Rother

Notes

Published by Warner Chappell
Copyright 2004 Datapunk
www.datapunk.de
Photography by Klaus Wäeldele www.ausklaus.de
Art direction and design by Rafael Jimenez Heckmann www.fuku.org

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 807297056129
  • Barcode (Text): 8 0729705612 9
  • Label Code: LC 13342
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DTP 4-3, DTP 4 Anthony Rother Popkiller ‎(2x12", Album) Datapunk, Datapunk DTP 4-3, DTP 4 Germany 2004
DTP 4-3, DTP 4 Anthony Rother Popkiller ‎(2x12", Album, Promo, TP) Datapunk DTP 4-3, DTP 4 Germany 2004



Comments (6)

Iaiastta
Fifth album released in 2004 by Anthony Rother, "is an album well Popkiller complete with beautiful piece dancefloor, just listen to" Father "to understand the meaning of the album. Probably the song of this album, we love both the songs and play all the vocal accompanying.With 11 tracks, this album is a gem of Datapunk label (label founded precisely by Anthony Rother 2003), released in 2004 "Popkiller" makes us vibrate in the depths of us. " Feel free to express yourself then on music, one thing is on, with Electro sounds, bass enhancement and the very specific rhythm, it's the style of Anthony Rother we discover it.Easy to spot, ideal and effective in the mix, each track is a discovery, "Back Home", "Father", "Space" or "No Love", to place at a party is a success for sure. So take a seat in your chair and let yourself be lulled by the sweet melody of "Popkiller.To continue this adventure, we recommend the second volume of this album "Popkiller II" released in 2010 with a new time, songs that moved a lot. He has not finished being talked about, so if you do not already know the artist, we recommend it without hesitation.
Kegal
The fifth album relaxed in 2004 by Anthony Rother, "is an album well Popkiller completes with beautiful dancefloor of piece, just to listen" To Generate "to understand the direction of the album. Probably the song of this album, we like the songs and plays all to accompany it vocal. With 11 tracks, this album is a gem of label of Datapunk (the label was founded precisely by Anthony Rother 2003), relaxed in 2004 brands of "Popkiller" we vibrate in the depths of ourselves. "Not to bother itself to express itself then on the music, a thing is on, with the sounds of Electro, the low improvement and the well special rhythm, this is the style of Anthony Rother we discover it. Easy to notice, ideal and effective in the mixture, every track is a discovery, "to the house", the "Father", the "Spaces" or "No Love", place to a party has success exactly. If to take a place in your chair and you allowed is gone to sleep by the soft melody of "Popkiller. To continue this adventure, we recommend the second volume of this album "Popkiller II" relaxed in 2010 with a new time, a songs that moved themselves a lot. It did not finish is talked about, therefore if you know not already the artist, we recommend it without the hesitation.
cyrexoff
I don't know, punk made with synthesizers may refer to early DAF albums but certainly not to this one. I must admit I'm no fan of Mr. Rother although he manages to score a hit with me from time to time and I've got to admit he knows his stuff, but most of the time he doesn't sound too original even in his best moments. And this here is even worse as everything sounds like heard before and better. Surplus album. Avoid.
Narim
I have to disagree with the previous comment. I too like "Simulationszeitalter" and "Sex With The Machines" but this is different album, in the good meaning. I really like the over all feeling in this, really rough, minimal and the lyrics are top notch. It sounds a bit like punk, only made with synthesizers. I guess it is some sort of electroclash/electropunk. Maybe not as melodic than the earlier stuff but absolutely fantastic four on the four that makes your hand clapping feet go thumping. If you like electro, I'm sure you like this. I personally only like a handful of artists from this genre but Anthony sure is one of the best, whatever he does.
Wenaiand
"Popkiller" is not a pop killer. "Sex with the machines" and "Simulationszeitalter" were pop killers. But it doesn't matter. Rother has created a new label with this release: Datapunk. "Popkiller" is a new direction (maybe not the most inventive) that can really shocks if you loved "Sex with..." and "Simulations...". In fact, "Popkiller" follows to "Electropop" (2001, under the name Little Computer People). This is an high quality pop/dance music that you'll never heard on the radio, that you can dance and sing on it. I think that it's what Rother aimed with this release, successfully.
Alsalar
A weak new album from Anthony Rother. Most of the elements that made "Simulationszeitalter" and "Sex With The Machines" modern classics are missing; the electro beats are ditched in favor of the 4-to-the-floor thump, the previously superb vocoder vocals now sound crude and in-your-face, the lyrics are just inane and most of the riffs and basslines are of the embarassing one-finger variety. In short, the subtlety is all gone, and this new sound is what Rother defines as "datapunk", I suppose - crass and unrefined. The album does have redeeming moments like the instrumental "10.000 Dancer", and some tracks have good elements behind the annoying vocals, but otherwise this is a highly uninspiring effort. Back to the drawing board.

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