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Anything Box

Formed in 1986 by Claude S. with two friends, Dania Morales and Paul Rijnders, the New Jersey trio Anything Box took their name from the title of a book of short stories. The act signed with Epic and released their debut album, Peace, in 1990, notching a hit with the upbeat "Living in Oblivion." The song crossed over from clubs and managed to climb onto the pop charts (reaching a less-than-dizzying number 65). They returned a year later with the Gareth Jones-produced Worth. Although it failed to produce any mainstream hits, "World Without Love" managed to receive attention from alternative stations and "Beat of Life" was a success in clubs. 1993's Hope was also ignored by more mainstream outlets but, again, found more favor among the dance crowd with cuts like "Answer Me," "Every Single Day," and "Where Is Love & Happiness." The band was temporarily on hiatus in the mid-'90s as Claude S. recorded a solo album, Page One, under the moniker of the Diary. When they reunited with Elektrodelica (sans Morales) in 1999, Anything Box continued to incorporate more and more influences into their electronic pop framework with their most experimental effort yet. Recovered followed a year later. ~ Tom Demalon, Rovi
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djlouie75
Great band loved hearing their music in Juarez back in high school, still have a big fan base in El Paso Tx
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preplatinguy
Saw them many times at Alcatrazz in Chicago. Great band! Lots of memories. Come back. :-/
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I love my uncle claudes music
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They are great! Saw them in El Paso, TX in October 2013 - they rocked the Camino Real with those jams. Had a blast !!
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Many fun dancing memories and cool friends will never forget those days viva la vida
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The nicest people ever. My wife and I back in early 90's were invited backstage several times for photos and they are the most grounded people. Awesome!
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soundtrack to my senior year of high school...wow
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Wow not bad! Little of everyone...e r a s u r e , soft cell and new order. Some of my all time favorite 80's bands. Maybe that's why I'm liking AB. Coo stuff!!!
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Good song by Anything Box-Felt the Pain!
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jcliffhowitz
Anything Box is greatness! Brings back some good memories!
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Claude and the gang are awesome people to be around with. Wish theyd come back to Houston.
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Luv them saw them In Chicago
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ykshimba
i LOVE THEM:)
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New wavers !!
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Yeaaa!! flash back in Los Ageles, CA. KROQ radio station, Love this band.
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communitymik e
I love this band I got to see them live in a club in Corpus Christi Texas named The Great Escape. Wow I am showing my age...Still love them...
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kik0hhw
Love these guys... Saw them at the Depot Warehouse in Lubbock ages ago with Cause & Effect as the opening act... :)
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If these guys had been around in the mid-eighties they would have been huge. Well better late than never......f o r us anyway.
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they came regularly to Chicago back in the day... i was a loyal fan! very down to earth people, hard to find nowadays
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LOVE!!!
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they came to Cd Juarez, to Elecrtic Q.
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kkim701
i love them!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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i am so afraid of living in a world without Anything Box
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pfeaalm
these songs bring back so many memories.
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I used to love these guys.
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Love these guys!
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pballain
The guys were and still are my favorite band. Fell in love with them in 1990. Peace was the very first CD I ever owned. Still have it!
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Hell Yeah they rocked El Paso several times.
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jortega14797
These guys had a huge following here in chicago, untill the girl left!
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I saw them perform in El Paso in 1991 at Club 101! They are amazing performers.. .
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Shame grunge killed these guys' career. Not a shame about grunge, mind... just that Anything Box was too late to ride this wave. :(
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ritaguts
Loved Living Oblivion from the moment I heard it. I own the album. I am glad is on Pandora and can hear it when I want.
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crowe.tek
Living in Oblivion will forever remind me of 1990, graduation, and my first summer at college. Fond memories and their song just slams me back there like a portal through time. gratitude
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ipokemyeye
None mainstream but they sure can write and sing. Unfortunatel y band like this (Anything Box) no longer exist in this decade. Per current generation enjoy listening to people that cannot sing such as Jonas Brother or American Definitely Not An Idol.
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dalastar
Just want to give some love to a great Jersey synth band. Can never have enough of that. Long live the Pipeline!
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This group is awesome. Try actually listening to the lyrics of their songs. Especially on the Electrodelic a lp. They are great.I always seem to miss them in El Paso....damm i t
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i used to hang out at his house with his daughter when i was young . he turned his garage into a recording studio and everything.
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This band was huge in Peru (South America)...g o o d times
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Sounds Like Soft Cell/Marc Almond - pretty good 90s electronic-e s q u e .

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