Album: "X-Posed"
Label: Decadance Records (2004)
Style: EBM / Synth-pop
Songs: 11


Reviewed by: Darklight

Audioplug is an EBM/synth-pop hybrid band from Greece. They don't really bring anything new to the table, but still offer up some quality music for those who like the genre.

The electronic programming is well layered with a variety of sounds and beats placed over nicely composed melodies. The vocals are deep and clear with a unique accent and sing with power and emotion. There's sometimes female backing vocals as well that are a nice addition, and I would have liked it if they were used more throughout the CD.

This album does a good job of delivering flat out energetic dance tracks for clubs as well as slightly slower and moodier songs with deeper feeling.

Everything is pretty much done by the book here, but it's still enjoyable nonetheless. If you like straight forward EBM, synth-pop and future pop music, you will want this CD. Don't expect anything new or different, but do expect solid driving electronic songs throughout.

This is a consistent release with every song fitting together well. But this also means that there's really no surprises here. There's not really any songs that stand out and grab your attention more than others. But it's all well done and definitely worth a listen.