(By our Norwegian correspondent Jan Ronald Stange) The new album from the Russian electro-pop band WANT/ed includes collaborations with various musicians such as Holger Muller, Patrik Hansson (Vanguard), Tomas Gustafsson (Erotik Elk), Dania Morales (Anything Box), Vlada Haruhi, Julie Newman-Sanders (One Vista), Alexander Brown and Manfred Tomaser (!distain).
The album, named “Fringe”, opens a new page in the band’s history. This time the members adds different methods to the already recognizable sound. As a result is 14 diversified tracks: pure melancholy, serene harmony and full of optimism at the same time. 14 different chapters in a book named Fringe.
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