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Play, Dance, Repeat

by The Anix

pop music with synth and a hint of 80's
Genre: Pop: with Live-band Production
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1. Through You THE ANIX
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2. Stuck in a Phase THE ANIX
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3. Sometimes THE ANIX
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4. Dangerous THE ANIX
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5. On and On THE ANIX
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6. It's Not the Same THE ANIX
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7. Media THE ANIX
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8. If Humans had No Voice THE ANIX
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9. Stereo THE ANIX
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10. Held Apart THE ANIX
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11. This Game THE ANIX
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12. Crash Test THE ANIX
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13. Alone Again THE ANIX
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14. Illusion THE ANIX
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15. Decide THE ANIX
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Album Notes
THE ANIX- There is a certain amount of bravado and exhibitionism missing in modern music. While there are artists who have risen to a level of popularity that calls for perhaps a more expensive road show, rarely are they able to sell the audience on the idea that this is what they wanted all along. Modesty has become the norm in a landscape once filled with glittering dreams of larger than life success. Artists today will humbly claim having no designs on large scale success, and will consequently never achieve it.

Enter The Anix, with unapologetic eyes fixated on stardom. Not wasting time pretending to just want to make a living, The Anix are preparing for something bigger. Every detail of The Anix, from the songs to the stage show to the look of the band is completely obsessed over by frontman Brandon Smith. Falling for both music and design at an early age, Brandon has essentially spent his life working toward developing a vision for his ideal band and putting it into practice. Taking on an updated vintage feel both sonically and visually, calling upon inspiration from artists like Duran Duran, Depeche mode, and The Cars, The Anix has crafted a brand of electronic rock that is danceable, accessible and intentionally simple. Similarly, the band has spent countless hours on the look of the band, both in what they wear and how they present themselves in their stage show, even going so far as to custom design and build their own equipment. Combining high fashion with old-school rock and roll, The Anix is more suited to blowing out arenas rather than the small hometown clubs where they currently 2006


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un album pas trop mal et plutot original
C'est un album pas trop mal que j'attendais avec y a de tres bonnes melodies et l'album est plutot riche... les chansons sont assez courtes et pop....
je le recommande, de plus ce style "atypique" rafraichi un peu le paysage sonore .... la ^perfection ? si seulement cela avait été un poil plus energique , vehiculantl'esprit rock..j'aurai signé tout de suite...

en quelques mots,
un tres bon album que je ferai tourner en France....

English version:
WELL DONE...........................


This is a really really fantastic CD. When I first heard it, I thought it was just a mess of noise, but it really isn't. The lyrics are really great and the music is so good. It's very easy to keep this on repeat.

BarT WATTS or Mike

an unlikely fan i am
this is one of many amazing albums i own. and if it wasn't for Maris The Great, i would have never known of them before they released this album or even afterwards.


This cd rocks, from the opener of through you this cd packs hook after hook, and you can listen to it over and over again and it still seems fresh, great record, buy it!!


unlike anything ive ever heard
i shouldve have done this along time ago but this CD tops all of my CDs!!! its something you could listen to all day everyday!!!


Kick Ass
The best cd from The Anix yet..The remixes were great as well as the newer songs. Not enough stars to rate this cd properly.


Ok Perfecto !!!
La verdad es que musicalmente no son gran cosa pero cuando oyes la originalidad,el buen sonido, la caracteristica voz de Brandon y sobretodo el mucho talento para hacer grandes melodias y canciones yo personalmente me olvido de lo primero y presto atencion a lo que realmente importa que es saber hacer buenas canciones y THE ANIX lo consiguen en todo lo que hacen,le pondria un 5 pero como hay varias canciones repetidas del disco anterior(aunque esten retocadas) le casco un 4,pero para el que no haya oido nada del "Illusion" "play dance repeat" es perfecto!!!! Salu2 desde España Viva The Anix!!!


this album is the sh*t..its worth the wait...i think everyone should pick up a copy!

~Aquarian Cutie~

This Cd leaves you wanting more....Their Style is so unique!!!
I love this cd, it's in my car right now and I have been listening to it over and over again....I can't get enough of it. All of my friends that have never heard of The Anix before hear this CD and just love it!! They all ask me to order them a CD. Definite must have....These guys should be on the radio out in L.A. already.


Amazing music!
5 stars aren't enough to rate this cd
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