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Rotersand - Welcome To Goodbye download mp3
  • Performer: Rotersand
  • Title: Welcome To Goodbye
  • Category: Electronic
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2005
  • Music style: EBM, Electro, Synth-pop
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes 100
Rotersand - Welcome To Goodbye download mp3


Welcome To Goodbye 0:59
Dare To Live 5:47
The Last Ship (Pt 1) 5:52
Almost Wasted 4:20
Storm 6:21
By The Waters 6:08
The Last Ship (Pt 2) 5:02
Exterminate Annihilate Destroy 5:17
Undone 5:37
Would You Buy This? 3:16
Alive 6:04
All In All 5:12
Angels Falling 2:44


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
mind 090 Rotersand Welcome To Goodbye ‎(CD, Album) Dependent Records mind 090 Germany 2005
MET 381 Rotersand Welcome To Goodbye ‎(CD, Album) Metropolis MET 381 US 2005
none Rotersand Welcome To Goodbye ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Dependent Records none Germany 2005
mind090 Rotersand Welcome To Goodbye ‎(13xFile, WAV, Album) Dependent Records mind090 Germany 2006
mind 090 Ротерзанд* Welcome To Goodbye ‎(CD, Album + CD, Comp) Soyuz Music, Dependent Records mind 090 Russia 2007

Comments: (2)
Possibly the most important futurepop release ever! Anyone with the habit of dismissing anything with the label "futurepop" should go on reading, though - Because this is a record that truly challenges the boundaries of the term. In its basics, this is an EBM album mostly build on structures from pop music, with influences ranging from trance to synthpop. But unlike your average VNV Nation clone, Rotersand manages to fill the album to its brim with unique and varied tunes, where every single tracks stands out. With Rotersand, nothing is left to chance. Every single little detail in the sound (and that's a lot!) has been cared for until it sounds exactly like it's supposed to, the songs are all catchy without relying on weak clichés, the vocals are rock solid, and the beats are of the EBM-patented stompy kind that's bound to move the dance floor, as everyone sings along to easy lyrics like "Exterminate! Annihilate! Destroy!" or "Send the last ship home!". Not a single crack can be found in Rotersand's rock solid surface. Among pop songs like "Undone" and "Send the Last Ship Home", and anthems such as "Dare to Live", the band have spiced the album with ballads that are almost accoustic in their sound (compared to the rest of the album anyway), as well as the bouncy electroclash track "Would you buy this?", and the instrumental and aggressive, tribal industrial opus that is "Storm" It's hard to find a favourite track when they are all so good, but "Storm" is a definite floor filler, that always makes people curious to hear more from the band. All in all an excellent album, that tops the similarly excellent predecessor "Truth if Fanatic" in terms of originality and production. Do you like VNV Nation, Icon of Coil, Covenant or Apoptygma Berzerk? If yes, then you'll love this album. If no, then you should check it out anyway, because Rotersand manages to take futurepop to a much more serious level, without ruining any of the fun.
Absolutely fantastic Rotersand release. Welcome to Goodbye showed that the band wasn't just another generic synthpop group, floating in the stagnated waters of modern electronic music. Thus instead of regurgitating the exhausted formula, the band moved closer towards the sound mastered by electro groups such as SITD, Covenant, VNV, Icon of Coil, and the like. By this i mean that the new sound is much harder and even quite dark at times, but avoides breaching into the "terror-ebm" style. Instead, the vocals are clean and beautifully sung; the beats are pounding and dancy; the hooks are plentiful and the choruses are extra-catchy. The emotion that bleeds through on tracks like "Dare to Live", "Almost Wasted", "By the Waters", "Undone", and "Alive" still make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, while pounding, deadly tracks like "Storm" and "Exterminate Annihilate Destroy" make you want to get up and stomp around like a good little rivethead. Regardless, 80% of the tracks would do quite well in clubs, as well as over a good pair of headphones on a rainy day. There is a little bit of filler on the album though, but i don't think it really detracts from the quality. These songs would include "The Last Ship (Pt 2)," "Would You Buy This?," and "Angels Falling" (though with regards to the latter, i have never been a fan of short instrumental tracks found on synthpop albums, with or without vocals - e.g. VNV Nation). So to conclude, this is a brilliant record in which a broad spectrum of industrial fans should find interest. This is especially true if you are a fan of any of the bands i have mentioned throughout this review.
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