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  • Audio CD (May 14, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cop International
  • ASIN: B00AK0C8BY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #268,190 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Kiss your loved ones goodbye and burn the bridges to your old life. No one can join you now … no one but this very special band from Norway, who have been delivering the soundtrack to your very own apocalypse ever since they started playing in 1999. More than once, the symphony of your self-destruction has come from Zeromancer. Now, they are finally back with a sound more intense, more stricken, and more determined than ever!

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Cynical, sleek, tongue-in-cheek, and always entertaining, Zeromancer belong in some perennial nightclub scene from the crammed prose of one of Bruce Sterling or William Gibson s cyberpunk sagas. --Sea Of Tranquility

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The album works as one amazing piece that showcases their abilities.
Anthony McCracken
Highly recommended for anyone who is a fan of Industrial music and needs something new to listen to.
PhilCheSteak
This album almost feels like a "best of" Zeromancer, even though all the songs are new.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anthony McCracken on February 1, 2013
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With Bye-Bye Borderline, Zeromancer combines all of their strongest styles into one brilliantly realized work.

The opening track, "Auf Wiedersehen Boy," gives a little early industrial keys mixed with catchy 80s elements and dark rock to form the perfect introduction. The title song "Bye-Bye Borderline" is something fans of their Eurotrash album would really enjoy and "LCYD" has some of my favorite vocals from them ever while creeping in that slight 80s element along with some very fluid guitar work. "Lace and Armour" stands out as one of their best harder-rocking songs while "Montreal" is simply beautiful. The keys and melodies in "Maneuvers" reminded me of some of their songs on their Clone Your Lover album. "Weakness" is one of my favorites and even has a slight Cure-element of guitars with wonderful vocals and electronics. "Ash Wednesday" is a song I'd play for anyone who hasn't heard this band before because it really shows off what they can do in dark rock with classic industrial sounds and almost every type of singing they use. "You Meet People Twice" sounds a lot like it could've come from their Death of Romance album (which I loved). "Tortured Artist" is a graceful, artistic song that some might've been longing for since their Zzyzx album.

Basically, if you like ANY of their other albums, get this one. And if you haven't heard any of their albums before, this is the best place to start. Zeromancer has been a very consistently excellent and talented band. Their mix of rock and industrial and electronic is in top form here. The album works as one amazing piece that showcases their abilities.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex R. on August 12, 2013
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When I first listened to Bye-Bye Borderline, I wasn't sure how I felt about it. I couldn't resist comparing it to The Death of Romance (since it was their most recent release until Borderline) and that may not have been the fairest course. For the first listen through, I felt that it was not as energetic, a little hollow [in comparison to DoR], and at times uninspired. However, with every listen, I found myself enjoying it more and more until I found myself preferring it to The Death of Romance and their other predecessors. The thing about Zeromancer is that all of their albums have distinct features from one another, and it's kind of a "mood of the day" sort of situation. Bye-Bye Borderline fills a whole new "mood" and is definitely worth having in the library!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 11Charlie on March 21, 2013
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I didn't feel that I could write a good review of this album until I'd given it some time and more listens.

For those of you who are already Zeromancer fans, it might help you to know that my favorite two albums thus far have been Zzyzx and The Death of Romance.

This album, I feel, fits somewhere right in between those in it's style. While Zzyzx was a bit more smooth and accessible by the lighter hearted, The Death of Romance was darker in both musical style and content of the ideas. As I said, I think this album has a feel right between those two in both the music and lyrics.

For those who aren't already fans of Zeromancer this would be, in my opinion, a good album to start with. You'll find yourself singing along to many of the songs. Even some of my less favorite tracks pop into my head randomly, not to my dismay at all.

This album does a great job of blending electronic elements with guitar/metal stylings. To my surprise, in a good way, some of the songs even have a rock feel reminiscent of New Order. The only thing I felt it was lacking in was some of the feel that I really enjoyed from the Death of Romance album, which I would describe as perhaps "energetic anger." This album has more of a wistful reminiscence feel. All in all this is a fantastic album that should delight fans new and old of an amazing band.

"Raise your glass to pain and suffering. Let's make a toast to how much I hurt you. Let's drink to that and all sadness."
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Basically, I think if you enjoy bands like Mindless Self Indulgence, The Birthday Massacre, and Innerpartysystem, and Kill Hannah you'll be pleased with this album. Just offering a review from the inside. From a fellow industrial/rock fan.
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With Bye-Bye Borderline Zeromancer has created yet another catchy and highly listenable album for Industrial music fans. These guys have been pumping out high quality songs since '99 with great albums like "Clone Your Lover" and "Zzyzx." Singer Alex Møklebust's voice has one of the best emotional ranges I've heard. He can growl and have a low sullen voice one minute and the next have a pleasant high voice like no other. You can tell that these songs really mean something to him and the rest of the band. Omnious, hard rocking tracks complete with the perfect vocal compliment.

Highly recommended for anyone who is a fan of Industrial music and needs something new to listen to. Zeromancer doesn't disappoint. Also check out the other two albums I listed if you can't get enough of these guys!
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