7 (Apoptygma Berzerk album)

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7
7 album cover.jpg
Cover to the original edition of the album
Studio album by Apoptygma Berzerk
Released 1 May 1996
Genre Futurepop
Experimental
Electro
Length 57:27
Label Metropolis Records
Apoptygma Berzerk chronology
Soli Deo Gloria
(1993)
7
(1996)
The Apopcalyptic Manifesto
(1998)
Singles from 7
  1. "Deep Red"
    Released: 01 Apr 1994
  2. "Non-Stop Violence"
    Released: 01 Apr 1995
  3. "Mourn"
    Released: 01 Oct 1997
Re-issue cover
Re-issue cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars [1]

7 is the second studio album from Norwegian futurepop group Apoptygma Berzerk. The album was released in 1996 following frontman Stephan Groth's work on several side projects. It has been remastered and re-released in 2003, 2008 and 2014 (on cassette)[2] respectively. While each remaster included bonus songs, the samples of Carl Orff's "O Fortuna" present on "Love Never Dies – Part 1" were replaced with a choir keyboard patch playing an entirely different melody, due to copyright issues over the original pressings by Tatra and Metropolis Records.

Track listing[edit]

Original 1996 pressing
No.TitleLength
1."Love Never Dies – Part 1"5:28
2."Mourn"5:33
3."Non-Stop Violence"6:51
4."25 Cromwell St." (Alludes to serial killer Fred West, who killed at least 12 young women in Gloucester, England, and committed suicide in 1995.)4:24
5."Rebel"5:51
6."Deep Red"4:00
7."Nearer"6:35
8."Half Asleep"4:55
9."Love Never Dies – Part 2" (ends at 2:58; hidden tracks "Non-Stop Violence (reprise)", "Untitled One" and "Untitled Too" begin at 9:55)19:56

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