9 thoughts on “ Skurk - KMFDM - KMFDM (3) 1996-2002 (CD)

  1. Attak by KMFDM, released 19 March 1. Attak - Reload 2. Skurk 3. Dirty 4. Urban Monkey Warfare 5. Save Me 6. Yohoho 7. Superhero 8. Sturm & Drang 9. Preach - Pervert Risen Sleep ''Attak'' heralds the triumphant return of KMFDM. KMFDM strikes back with an aggressive album filled with mind-bending hooks, catchy guitar riffs, contagious beats, and speaker obliterating bass.
  2. Mar 19,  · Tracks such as Skurk, Save Me, Superhero, and Sleep are just some of the enjoyable songs on this album. After Attak, however, the cracks started showing in this new KMFDM band as they would become less of Sascha commanding an industrial collaborative effort, to just Sascha and Lucia's band with minimal outside input/5(59).
  3. Attak, an Album by KMFDM. Released 19 March on Metropolis (catalog no. MET; CD). Genres: Industrial Rock, Industrial Metal. Featured peformers: Sascha Konietzko (programming, writer, aka_text arrangements role_id aka_text), Chris Shepard (aka_text {mix engineer} role_id aka_text), George Marino (mastering), Brute! (art), Maren Costa (design, typography).
  4. The Skold vs KMFDFM Double LP is a Limited Edition First Pressing of copies. The tracks have been mastered specifically for vinyl and the full color gatefold jacket features artwork by Kevin Marburg.
  5. KMFDM re-released all of its old singles and hard-to-find tracks from before the breakup in a series of three double albums called Extra—Vol. 1, Vol. 2, and Vol. 3—in mid KMFDM Records released Skold vs. KMFDM in early , which was a collaboration that Skold and Konietzko conducted over the Internet while on separate.
  6. Attak by KMFDM - CD () for $ from highfunsetzjahisanvidistsenesunfo.xyzinfo Pop / Rock Q: 3 out of 5 stars - ' Sonically adventurous: drum'n'bass and digital dancehall spice up the usual murderously heavy riffing ' - Order by Phone /5(60).
  7. Mar 01,  · Brimborium is a remix album by the industrial rock band KMFDM. It was released on February 19, It features remixes of several tracks from 's Tohuvabohu, one remix from Hau Ruck, and the new track "What We Do for You", which consists of voice messages from the KMFDM Fan Phone and whose title references the band's hit, "Light".4/5(8).
  8. KMFDM. KMFDM (originally Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid, loosely translated as "no pity for the majority") is an industrial band led by German multi-instrumentalist Sascha Konietzko, who founded the group in as a performance art project.

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