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The Blitz

by Neuropa

A catchy brand of electronic pop that appeals to new wave fans of the 80's as well as the modern synthpop and industrial dance scene.
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Hardline
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2. Invincible
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4:20 $0.99
3. The Blitz
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3:58 $0.99
4. Suicide Bomb
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5. The Silicon Teens
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6. New Tomorrow
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7. Lost in Lust
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8. Feel
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9. Secondary You
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10. Fading Inside
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11. Fashion Fauxs
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12. reBound
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Neuropa's 5th studio album sees the band exploring a mature darkwave influenced mood as well as some classic synthpop / new wave on this quality release by the band. Powerful hooks combined with meaningful lyrics are their trade mark and this album delivers this in abundance. Their strongest work to date without a doubt.


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Jason Baker


Neuropa present their sixth cd, following a short break for the band while Albert released his side project Junk Circuit’s debut album. At times, this seems like a transitional album. The bright and infectious synthpop of past Neuropa releases is here, but it’s textured with darkwave and a gloomy darkness that hasn’t been present before. The end result of these new textures is to give the album a more rounded and deep sound.



The new elements are immediately apparent, as “Hardline” shows the band blending a new darker side to their pop stylings. But it’s “The Blitz”, at track 3, where the changes really stand out. In this track, there are some very noticeable New Wave influences driving the song. “Suicide Bomb” is probably the darkest track yet, with death seemingly hovering right over the listener's shoulder in each note.



That’s not to say that the band has left behind it’s pop roots. Songs such as “Secondary You”, “New Tomorrow” and even a updated version of “Bound” that is re-cast into the new musical mode of Neuropa. To put it plainly, this cd achieves a excellent balance of the classic Neuropa synthpop and a new darkwave element. It’s a excellent all-around effort, and highly recommended!

max

The best Neuropa ever!
If music from Neuropa is this I want to go to live there...but where is it??
Great catchy, fast, danceable songs. Synth-wave at its best with dark venatures and powerful rhythmics... bodypop also with guitars!
Between DM Speak & Spell and Ultravox. But originally blended and with a great creativity which adds a masterpiece to the new-wave synth pop
scene...

Bradley Whitney

Nicely done, no ballads.
I put this in when I got it and it hasn't left my CD player in 2 days. Nice synth and guitar work combined together. Voices are nicely haromonized. Every track is an upbeat tune: no ballads! Lyrics are thoughtful (not lame), but a little vague as to their meaning at times. I haven't purchased any previous albums to date, but I may soon.