Anything Box Tickets
Anything Box Tickets
Anything Box, or Abox as their fans call them, is a synthpop music group known for the high-energy and lyrical music of its early melodies and dance beats and its current blend of electronics and guitars. Fans are passionate about the band and consider Abox’s lyrics, vocals and songs some of the best in electronic music. The band climbed the pop charts with their hit song, “Living in Oblivion” on their first album, Peace. Their popularity spread internationally as they led the transition of electronic music from the late 1980s into the 1990s.
The band defines their music as, “happy, sad music you can sometimes dance to.” After the hit success of Peace, Anything Box released Hope in 1993, with songs like, “Answer Me” and “Where is Love & Happiness” that captured the attention of the club dance crowds. A year later, the band released Worth, an album that caught the attention of alternative stations with their hit song, “World Without Love.” “Beat of Life,” from the same album, became a huge club favorite.
Anything Box returned in 1997 with Elektrodelica and began to experiment with their electro-pop sound. Their return turned out to be quite prolific as they produced three albums: Recovered (2000), The Universe is Expanding (2001) and The Effects of Stereo TV (2003). These albums combined the electronic sounds that made the band famous with soft melodies and edgy rock.
In 2007, Anything Box released Future Past EP, featuring remakes and remixes of its 1990 hit “Carmen.” The band released a collection of early Anything Box recordings in Nineteen (2008) and a greatest hits album with Volume One (2013).
Concert and Tickets
Anything Box continues to tour to the delight of its fans and those who enjoy the electronic, synthpop sounds of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. The band tours around the United States and has even played in Mexico City.
Check out their concert schedule and get your tickets at StubHub.
Anything Box Trivia
The band took its name from the title of a book by Zenna Henderson.
The Future Past EP is the first album to include a song in Spanish, a new recording of the 1990 fan-favorite “Carmen.”
Anything Box went on hiatus in the mid-90s when Claude Strilio set off to record a solo album called Page One. The band reunited in 1999 and has continued to record and tour.
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