And One Lyrics

Genre: Rock

And One Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Love Is A Drug Abuser
2 So Klingt Liebe
3 Secret Boy
4 The Sun Always Shines On TV
5 Klaus
6 Paddy Is My DJ
7 It's A Sin
8 The Great Commandment (Live)
9 Smalltown Boy (Live)
10 Blue Monday (Live)
11 Dein Duft
12 Fur
13 Evil Boys
14 Exit
15 Seven
16 Deutschmaschine
17 Love You To The End
18 Technoman
19 Creatures
20 Und Wieder
21 The Aim Is In Your Head
22 You Don't Love Me Anymore
23 Deliverance
24 Loser
25 Body Company
26 Electrocution
27 Pimmelmann
28 Crimetime
29 Murder Murder
30 Sex Drive
31 Big In Japan (Live)
32 Virgin Superstar
33 Driving With My Darling
34 Metalhammer
35 Playing Dead
36 Wasted
37 Spontanverkehr
38 Take Some More
39 No Song For You
40 Life To Lose
41 Only One
42 Get You Closer
43 And I Love
44 True Faith (Live)
45 Wet Spot
46 Friends In Heaven
47 Techno Man
48 The Secret [Live]
49 Sometimes
50 Anguish
51 Second Front
52 Die Stille Vor Dem Ton
53 Sweety Sweety
54 Only You (Live)
55 Friend Of Stars
56 Second Voice
57 Love And Fingers
58 Nordhausen
59 Die Mitte
60 Body Nerv
61 When The Feet Hurt
62 My Warrior
63 Goodbye, Germany
64 Years
65 Over There
66 Save The Hate
67 The Sound Of Believer
68 Pray
69 Hypnotize
70 Stand The Pain
71 Life Isn't Easy In Germany
72 Shining Star
73 Recover You
74 Military Fashion Show
75 It Happened Last Night
76 Only Your Dreams
77 Enjoy The Unknown
78 Men In Uniform
79 Und Doch
80 Hall Of Souls
81 Dancing In The Factory
82 Der Erste Schritt
83 Und Wenn
84 Movie Star
85 Tanz Der Arroganz
86 Monoton
87 Angel Eyes
88 Sexkeit

And One Bio

And One is a German New Wave, synthpop and EBM band founded by Steve Naghavi and Chris Ruiz.

The band formed after Steve Naghavi and Chris Ruiz met in 1989 at a Berlin club. Being fans of early EBM music, Naghavi and Ruiz decided to follow in the footsteps of New Wave/synthpop band Depeche Mode by using two keyboards and a beatbox. Jason Ankeny of Allmusic called their 1990 single, "Metal Hammer", a "significant club hit". The duo became a trio with the addition of Alex Two, prior to the release of their debut album, Anguish in 1991. That same year, they were honored as the Best New Artist in Germany.

Going into the release of Anguish they had already garnered a decent following through touring and appearances at various parties. With their debut release they took home the "Best New Artist" award in Germany in 1991. Chris Ruiz left in 1992 (he would later return in 2001) while Steve Naghavi remained with the band. And One released three more albums with Machinery Records, Flop! (1992), Spot (1993) and I.S.T. (1994). The band left Machinery around 1996–1997 and signed to Virgin Schallplatten.