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Industrial Wasteland is among the oldest of all Anything Box songs. It was supposed to be on Peace, but we voted it out. I was secretly thinking it would be on our 2nd album, Worth. That proved to be wrong due to the albums darker leanings, and although I feel the lyrics in Industrial Wasteland reflected Worths sensibility, the arrangements were too poppy. Somehow, the song seems to have remained stuck in 1988, a twist of time and its solid grip holding it to its own retro condition. And yet, I still love playing it. Why is that?

— Claude S.


About Anything Box & EndpopTV:

Anything Box was once described by the Village Voice (NYC) as having Some of the loveliest and most cunningly arranged pop music around And yet they still dont receive nearly as much airplay as they deserve. Well, who cares anyway? They certainly dont. What they do care about (and vehemently so) is the art itself. And they love and revere their fans support. And thus here we are.

The videos presented here are unique in that the footage to create them comes mostly through fan tapes. Anything Box was working on a film entitled, Fan Tapes and Time Travel, and some of the episodes are indeed on this site. Since then, they have begun to release individual songs from the series, and this is what is presented here. We encourage you to share this music with everyone, and please comment, as this is very appreciated by Claude, Paul, and Dania. And BTW, all this great music is available on iTunes and CDBaby.com.  

Some of the songs featured on EndpopTV are: Living in Oblivion, Yesterday, When We Lie, Heaven60, Every Single Day, Carmen, Answer Me, and more. So stay tuned in! Remember to leave a comment and subscribe to this channel! This is for you!





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