Rocket Science (Apoptygma Berzerk album)

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Rocket Science
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Studio album by Apoptygma Berzerk
Released January 23, 2009
Genre Alternative rock, synthpop, post-punk
Length 56:26
Label GUN
Producer Apoptygma Berzerk
Apoptygma Berzerk chronology
Sonic Diary
Rocket Science
Imagine There's No Lennon
Singles from Rocket Science
  1. "Apollo (Live On Your TV)"
    Released: 16 January 2009
  2. "Green Queen"
    Released: 13 November 2009

Rocket Science is a studio album from Apoptygma Berzerk. It follows the same path of synth-rock trends as the band's last album You and Me Against the World. The first single was "Apollo (Live On Your TV)" followed by "Green Queen". It was also their final album on Gun Records, released one week before the label ceased operating.

The album's theme is heavily influenced by the novel 1984 by George Orwell, as well as various conspiracy theories and The Matrix movies. The album's lyrics reflect Stephan's world view and his personal life and views.

The album also features guest vocals on multiple tracks from Benji Madden from Good Charlotte, and Amanda Palmer from The Dresden Dolls. The final track Trash is a cover of a 1996 single by Britpop band Suede.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Apoptygma Berzerk.

No. Title Length
1. "Weight of the World" 6:11
2. "Apollo (Live on Your TV)" (feat. Benji Madden) 4:27
3. "Asleep Or Awake?" 3:39
4. "Incompatible" 6:33
5. "United States of Credit" 1:33
6. "Shadow" 4:58
7. "Green Queen" 4:52
8. "Butterfly Defect" 3:57
9. "The State of Your Heart (Shit End of the Deal)" 4:13
10. "Rocket Calculator" 1:50
11. "→" 2:13
12. "Pitchblack/Heat Death" 4:16
13. "Black Versus White" (feat. Amanda Palmer) 5:17
14. "Trash" (Suede cover) 2:27


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