May 20, 2024

Electrozombies pay tribute to And One with ‘Anode’ compilation

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Electrozombies pay tribute to And One with 'Anode' compilation

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Here’s one from a few years ago, 2021 to be precise, when Electrozombies celebrated the 30th anniversary of the And One debut album “Anguish” with a tribute album titled “Anode”. “With many bands, the release cycle gets longer and longer as they continue to exist, leading to prolonged periods of drought for fans,” says Electrozombies. “With this tribute, we aim to shorten the waiting time until And One’s next album.”

Since we didn’t feature the news back then, we bring it today.

The tribute also reflected Steve Naghavi’s admiration for Depeche Mode. Electrozombies found inspiration in a childhood photo of Naghavi surrounded by Depeche Mode posters. “There are countless Depeche Mode tribute compilations. Why not one for And One?”

Their research led them to the 2019 tribute “Cover Sind Cover”, which had too many repeated tracks. “We aimed for a tribute with more variation,” they say. Thus, “Anode (An Electrozombies tribute to And One)” was born.

“Anode” features 10 cover versions of And One tracks. The compilation also introduced new talents discovered through Submithub, alongside established scene acts like Beat Noir Deluxe, Auger, and Beata Beatrix. It is only available via streaming platforms including Spotify.

Tracklist for “Anode (An Electrozombies tribute to And One)”

  1. Fatal Aim – The Only Guest
  2. Noble Savage – Wild Pain
  3. Ultranoire – Friends In Heaven
  4. Split Vision – Shining Star
  5. Mind Machine – Sometimes
  6. Alphamay – Techno Man (Feat. Luftkraft)
  7. Beata Beatrix – My Angel
  8. Beat Noir Deluxe – Killing The Mercy
  9. Orpheus In Red Velvet – Consequence Of Time
  10. Auger – Military Fashion Show
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