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Animotion - Raise MP3
Performer: Animotion
Title: Raise
Label: Invisible Hands Music
Country: UK
Released: 2016
Style: Synth-pop
Cat: IH62
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1997 mb | MP3 size: 2393 mb | WMA size: 2479 mb
Genre: Electronic / Pop

1Last Time
2Not Your Lover
3You Love It
4Love You Better
5Let Him Go (2016 Remix)
7They Can't Touch You
8Raise Your Expectations
9Trust Me
11Bad Review


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneAnimotion Raise ‎(11xFile, AIFF, Album)Invisible Hands MusicnoneEurope2017
IHCD62DJAnimotion Raise ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Invisible Hands MusicIHCD62DJUK2016
IHCD62Animotion Raise ‎(CD, Album, dig)Invisible Hands MusicIHCD62US2017


  • Liner NotesSteve Thorpe
  • Mastered ByMiles Showell


  • Barcode: 5030559106217


  • Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios


Animotion is the self-titled debut album from Los Angeles synthpop sextet Animotion. It was released in 1984 on Mercury Records and features the group's biggest hit single, Obsession. Later in 1984, the album was released in Canada as The Language of Attraction, omitting the song Turn Around. All songs written by Bill Wadhams, except where noted. Obsession Michael Des Barres, Holly Knight 5:34. Let Him Go 4:16. Everything's Leading to You 4:42. Turn Around 3:54. Animotion - Raise 2016. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Synthpop New Wave. Songs in album Animotion - Raise 2016. Animotion - Last Time. Animotion - Not Your Lover. Animotion - They Can't Touch You. Animotion - Bad Review. Animotion - Everything. Animotion - Raise Your Expectations. Animotion - Love You Better. Animotion - Trust Me. Animotion - You Love It. Lyric video of the title track from Animotion album Raise Your Expectations. Animotion Raise Your Expectations Invisible Hands. If you were anywhere near a radio in 1985 you no doubt heard Animotions hit Obsession. Though the band had plenty of decent work after this fame, they were never able to hit the spotlight again, eventually fading into 80s obscurity. On their first album in almost 30 years, most of the band return with their original formula intact, plus some surprises. While the title track and many others are right in line with todays dance and synth friendly pop, and it even ends on a remake of the 1984 hit Let Him Go , others are more gritty, border. Listen free to Animotion Raise Last Time, Not Your Lover and more. 11 tracks . Raise Your Expectations. Released January 20, 2017. Raise Your Expectations Tracklist. Last Time 2017 11 Songs. Alternative 2017. The new Animotion album, Raise Your Expectations is a collaboration between original members Astrid Plane, Don Kirkpatrick, Greg Smith and myself with producers Chuck Kentis and Joman,'' Wadhams tells Billboard. Animotion guitarist Kirkpatrick has been in Rod Stewart's band for over a decade, working with Rod's musical director and keyboard player Kentis. When Animotion was signed to Invisible Hands Music in London, Don suggested that Chuck co-write and produce tracks for the album. The song 'Last Time' was a late entry to the project. On January 20, new wave pioneers Animotion will release Raise Your Expectations, their first studio album in 27 years, through Invisible Hands Music, on LP and CD. Newly reformed, with the line-up including both original front-people, Bill Wadhams and Astrid Plane, Animotion are back with an incredible set of original new music - and a new version of one of their signature hits Let Him Go. Today, premiered Last Time, the first single to be released from the forthcoming LP, and said the first offering from the band's return strikes an effective


Comments (1)
It´s very sad (to say the less) too see the lack of identity that once this real band had!!very poor work with ABSOLUTELY BANAL (and absolutlely lack of ideas!!),they try to sound LIKE ACTUAL BAD MUSIC!! and what to say HORRIBLE AND PATHETIC let him go 2016 versión!!!-- AVOID AT ANY COST!! (5/100) (a half star) --
That is a truly uncalled-for review by 'Bernardcasarin' of what is a very varied and forward-thinking album. The band worked for 3 years on these songs between 2013 and the release, and this craft shows in the highlights such as 'Last Time', 'Bad Review', 'They Can't Touch You' and the title track. True they do not sound exactly the same as the band that released Obsession, or the great second album Strange Behavior in 1986 - but this new record comes 30 years after these original recordings!! Who wants Animotion to sound the same?? Ignore the comments above and hopefully you will enjoy what is a fantastic return from these guys!