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Released: October 25, 2005

Rating: 3.320 (average of 4 ratings)

Genre: synth pop/alternative college rock

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Album Tracks:

  1. Scream
  2. Big Time
  3. Erotic City
  4. The Dope Show
  5. Fashion
  6. Never Let Me Down Again
  7. Down and Dirty
  8. No More Words [from VH1’s Bands Reunited]
  9. For What It’s Worth


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sales in all of Europe as determined by IFPI – click here to go to their site. --
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Singles/Hit Songs:

  • none

After 2002’s first studio album for Berlin in 16 years, they opt for following it with a pretty unnecessary covers album. “This album certainly includes some interesting cover tunes; Marilyn Manson, Depeche Mode, Prince, Bowie” (Roman), Peter Gabriel, and Buffalo Springfield.

Strangely, Berlin squeezes in “two new original songs Scream & Down And Dirty” (Roman). The former is “raw, sexy and shows off Terri’s breathy vocals in the best possible way” (Roman).

Also appearing on the album, and giving it even more of a mish mash status, is a rehash of the band’s own No More Words, this version taken from Berlin’s appearance on VH1’s Bands Reunited.

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previous album: Voyeur (2002)

Last updated January 19, 2009.