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KMFDM

Such industrial alt-metal outfits as Nine Inch Nails and Ministry received the lion's share of press and commercial success during the '90s, but a handful of other bands slugged it out for just as long (or much longer), including KMFDM. The band's name has been the subject of countless debates among fans over the years as to what it stands for (their record company even went as far as holding a contest in 1994 for fans to submit possible meanings, resulting in more than 1,000 entries), but the confirmed meaning is "Kein Mitleid für die Mehrheit" which, when translated into English, means "No Pity for the Majority." The German band has included countless members over the years, but through it all, their leader has remained Sascha Konietzko, whose multiple roles have included that of songwriter, producer, mixer, programmer, sampler, vocalist, percussionist, bassist, and electronic gadgeteer.

Originally formed in Paris, France, KMFDM were founded by Konietzko and German painter/multimedia performer Udo Sturm. The duo made their in-concert debut on February 29, 1984, when they performed at an opening for an exhibition of European artists at the Grand Palais in Paris (with the show consisting of Sturm playing a synthesizer that would play feedback, and Konietzko playing a five-string bass). The same year, KMFDM issued their debut release, Opium, but Sturm exited the group shortly thereafter (around the same time, Konietzko was joined by drummer En Esch, who would remain with the group until 1999). With Sturm out of the picture, Konietzko and Esch put KMFDM on hold at first and joined up with New York industrialist Peter Missing to form the outfit Missing Foundations. But before the new outfit could issue any recordings, both Konietzko and Esch had dropped out and returned to KMFDM (Missing Foundations would carry on with replacement members and go on to issue albums on their own from the late '80s through the early '90s).

KMFDM's sophomore effort, What Do You Know Deutschland?, came in 1986 and was the group's first of many for Chicago's famed industrial label Wax Trax! But instead of if being an album of all new tracks, it was comprised of selections spanning from 1983 through 1986 (in fact, several were prior to Esch's joining). Around this time, KMFDM struck up a relationship with artist Aidan Hughes (aka Brute!), who would steadily supply cover artwork for the group; the images would become synonymous with KMFDM's hard-hitting music. Konietzko and company pushed forward with such further '80s releases as 1988's Don't Blow Your Top and 1989's UAIOE, during which KMFDM found themselves in the middle of an underground industrial movement (it didn't hurt matters that Wax Trax! quickly became one of the leading industrial labels in the world, as they were the home to such other similarly styled acts as Ministry, Revco, Front 242, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, etc.).

But KMFDM had yet to tour America by 1989 (having heavily toured Europe with the likes of Einstürzende Neubauten, Young Gods, and Borghesia, among others), something they sought to correct when they were offered a slot opening a U.S. tour for labelmates Ministry, who at the time were readying their classic The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste release. With the tour lined up for a summer launch, it was pushed back several times (due to Ministry leader Al Jourgensen falling ill) and the tour finally got underway in December 1989. The tour successfully established KMFDM as a band to watch in the industrial underground, as they returned to Europe after the tour's completion to work on their fifth full-length release overall, 1990's Naïve. Realizing that industrial's future lay in the U.S., Konietzko relocated KMFDM's home base from Hamburg to Chicago during 1991. The same year, KMFDM's side project Excessive Force was formed, issuing a debut release, Conquer Your World, in 1992, the same year that KMFDM issued a new release as well, Money.

But just as it appeared as though KMFDM were about to break through to a wider audience, Wax Trax! suddenly found itself on hard times, resulting in the label being bought out by TVT Records. What followed for KMFDM were some of its best-known and strongest releases: 1993's Angst (which earned the group its first real exposure on MTV via the video clip for the track "Drug Against War"), 1995's Nihil, and 1996's XTORT. During the same time, Excessive Force issued a second release, 1994's Gentle Death, while Konietzko relocated once more, this time to Seattle. Further releases followed in the late '90s (1997's Symbols, 1998's Agogo, and 1999's Adios), before KMFDM disbanded on January 22, 1999.

In the wake of the group's split, Konietzko assembled a new outfit, MDFMK (yep, KMFDM spelled backward) and issued a lone self-titled release in 2000 before KMFDM reunited in 2002 for an all-new album, Attak, and the live album Sturm & Drang Tour 2002. The year 2003 saw the release of WWIII, followed by WWIII Live 2003 a year later. Released on KMFDM Records, 2005's Hau Ruck was classic KMFDM in all its aggressive industrial power. The Ruck Zuck EP followed in 2006, with the full-length Tohuvabohu landing in 2007. Remix album Brimborium and rarities collection Extra, Vol. 1 were both released in 2008. Blitz followed in 2009, with the greatest-hits compilation Würst arriving a year later. New material arrived in 2011 with the loud and heavy WTF?! Kunst followed in 2013, with a song dedicated to the jailed Russian anarchist group P**sy Riot along with a collaboration featuring the Swedish group Morlocks. In 2014, the group celebrated "Over Two Decades & A Half Decades of Conceptual Continuity" with a live album, We Are KMFDM, and their 19th studio effort, Our Time Will Come.

In addition to leading KMFDM, Konietzko has also worked with other artists, either playing, producing, or remixing tracks and/or albums by Die Krupps, Front 242, kidneythieves, M People, Peter Murphy, Pig, Schwein, Sister Machine Gun, and Swamp Terrorists, among others. ~ Greg Prato
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Kunst

1. Kunst

2. Ave Maria

3. Quake

4. Hello

5. Next Big Thing

6. P**sy Riot

7. Pseudocide

8. Animal Out

9. The Mess You Made

10. I <3 Not

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Track List: Wtf?!

1. Krank

2. Come On - Go Off

3. Rebels In Kontrol

4. Lynchmob

5. Take It Like A Man

6. Vive La Mort!

7. Dystopia

8. Panzerfaust

9. Spectre

10. Amnesia

11. Death & Burial Of C.R.

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Track List: Blitz

1. O

2. Bait & Switch

3. Davai

4. Never Say Never

5. Potz Blitz!

6. People Of The Lie

7. Being Boiled

8. Strut

9. B**ches

10. Me & My Gon

11. Take'm Out

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Track List: Extra: Volume 3

Disc 1

1. Move On (Scott Burns Remix)

2. Glory (Cajun Mix)

3. Juke-Joint Jezebel (Single Mix)

4. Kraut

5. Juke-Joint Jezebel (Poly-Matrix Mix)

6. Juke-Joint Jezebel (Metropolis Mix)

7. Juke-Joint Jezebel (Paradox Mix)

8. Juke-Joint Jezebel (Poly-Matrix X-Tended Mix)

9. Juke-Joint Jezebel (Poly-Matrix X-Tended Mix Instrumental)

10. Brute (Single Mix)

11. Brute (Kun$t Mix)

12. Brute (In Your Face Mix)

13. Brute (Punch Mix)

14. Revolution II

Disc 2

1. Son Of A Gun (Overhauled Mix)

2. Inane (Undermined Mix)

3. Rules (Reapplied Mix)

4. Power (Single Mix)

5. Megalomaniac (Single Mix)

6. Anarchy (Payola Mix)

7. Megalomaniac (Excessive Force Remix)

8. Anarchy (Fusako Mix)

9. Megalomaniac (UXII Mix)

10. Unfit (Death Before Taxes Mix)

11. Anarchy (God And The State Mix)

12. Megalomaniac (TVVA Mix)

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Track List: Vol. 2-Extra

Disc 1

1. Help Us/Save Us/Take Us Away (Weiner Mix)

2. Help Us/Save Us/Take Us Away (Jager Mix)

3. Help Us/Save Us/Take Us Away (Meister Mix)

4. Help Us/Save Us/Take Us Away (Oktoberfest Mix)

5. Bargeld (Cashflow Mix)

6. Sucks (No S**t Radio Mix)

7. Sucks (P-O-T-A-T-O Mix)

8. Sucks (Goodbye Barb Mix)

9. Sucks (12

10. More 'n' Faster

11. A Drug Against War (Single Mix)

12. A Drug Against War (Overdose Mix)

13. A Drug Against War (Hookah Mix)

14. Blood (Single Mix)

Disc 2

1. Light (Cellulite Radio Mix)

2. Light (Aerobic Mix)

3. Light (Rubber Gloves Dub Mix)

4. Light (Fat Back Mix)

5. Light (Vengeance Mix)

6. Light (Complete Orgasm Mix)

7. Light (Diet Mix)

8. Light (Lighthouse Mix)

9. Light (White Cotton Balls Mix)

10. Trust (Never Mix)

11. Glory (War & Slavery Mix)

12. Lust (Chem-Lust Mix)

13. Glory (Exploitation Mix)

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Track List: Tohuvabohu

1. Super Power

2. Looking For Strange

3. Tohuvabohu

4. I Am What I Am

5. Saft Und Kraft

6. Headcase

7. Los Ninos

8. Not In My Name

9. Spit Or Swallow

10. Fait Accompli

11. Bumaye

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Track List: Ruck Zuck

1. Free Your Hate (Kaptn's Krunch Mix)

2. Mini Mini Mini (J. Hogstorm And The Rain City Swingin Samples Mix)

3. Professional Killer (The One And Only Mix)

4. Ready To Blow (Dwarves Mix)

5. Hau Ruck (Spezial K Mix)

6. Real Thing (Nude Mix)

7. Der Mussolini

8. WWIII (The One And Only Extended Mix)

9. Ansage

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Track List: Hau Ruck

1. Free Your Hate

2. Hau Ruck

3. You're No Good

4. New American Century

5. Real Thing

6. Every Day's A Good Day

7. Mini Mini Mini

8. Professional Killer

9. Feed Our Fame

10. Ready To Blow

11. Auf Wiederseh'n

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Track List: WWIII

1. WWIII

2. From Here On Out

3. Blackball

4. Jihad

5. Last Things

6. Pity For The Pious

7. Stars & Stripes

8. Bullets, Bombs & Bigotry

9. Moron

10. Revenge

11. Intro

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Track List: Attak

1. Attak / Reload

2. Skurk

3. Dirty

4. Urban Monkey Warfare

5. Save Me

6. Yohoho

7. Superhero

8. Sturm&Drang

9. Preach / Pervert

10. Risen

11. Sleep

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Track List: Boots

1. These Boots Are Made For Walking

2. These Boots Are Made For Walking (Bombs Remix)

3. These Boots Are Made For Walking (Candy Remix)

4. Back In The U.S.S.A.

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Track List: Adios

1. Adios

2. Sycophant

3. D.I.Y.

4. Today

5. Witness

6. R.U.O.K.

7. That's All

8. Full Worm Garden

9. Rubicon

10. Bereit

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Track List: Symbols

1. Megalomaniac

2. Stray Bullet

3. Leid Und Elend

4. Mercy

5. Torture

6. Spit Sperm

7. Anarchy

8. Down And Out

9. Unfit

10. Waste

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Track List: Xtort [Remastered]

1. Power

2. Apathy

3. Rules

4. Craze

5. Dogma

6. Inane

7. Blame

8. Son Of A Gun

9. Ikons

10. Wrath

11. Fairy

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Track List: Nihil

1. Ultra

2. Juke Joint Jezebel

3. Flesh

4. Beast

5. Terror

6. Search And Destroy

8. Revolution

9. Brute

10. Trust

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Track List: Angst

1. Light

2. A Drug Against War

3. Blood Evil (Mix)

4. Lust

5. Glory

6. Move On

7. No Peace

8. A Hole In The Wall

9. Sucks

10. The Problem

x

Track List: Money

1. Money

2. Vogue

4. Bargeld

5. Spiritual House

7. I Will Pray

8. We Must Awaken

10. Vogue

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Track List: UAIOE

1. Murder

2. UAIOE

3. Loving Can Be An Art

4. More & Faster 243

5. Rip The System

6. Thrash Up!

7. En Esch

8. Ganja Rock

9. Thumb Thumb

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Track List: Don't Blow Your Top

1. No Meat - No Man

2. Don't Blow Your Top

3. Killing

4. Disgust

5. Oh Look

6. King Kong Dub (Rubber Mix)

7. What A Race

8. No News

9. Tod Durch Bongo-Bongo

10. Killing (For Your Sampling Kit)

11. Oh S**t

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Track List: What Do You Know, Deutschland?

1. Kickin' A**

2. Me I Funk

3. What Do You Know?

4. Zip

5. Conillon

6. Itchy Bitchy

7. Deutsche Schuld

8. Sieg Sieg

9. Positiv

10. Lufthans

11. Itchy Bitchy

12. The Unrestrained Use Of Excessive Force

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Track List: Extra Volume 1

Disc 1

1. Sieg-Sieg (Z Records Version)

2. Don't Blow Your Top (Adrian Sherwood Mix)

3. Disgust (12" Mix)

4. Oh Look Ii

5. Rip The System

6. More & Faster (12" Mix)

7. Naff Off

8. Virus (12" Mix)

9. More & Faster (High & Geil Mix)

10. Godlike (12" Mix)

11. Friede (12" Mix)

Disc 2

1. Split (12" Mix)

2. Piggybank (Shock Mix)

4. Vogue (12" Mix)

5. Sex On The Flag (12" Mix)

6. Split (Apart Version)

7. Split (Mirrorball Mix)

9. Bargeld (Radio Mix)

10. Money (Cover Charge Mix)

11. Bargeld (Rubber Club Dub)

12. Money (Metal Mix)

13. Bargeld (Jezebeelzebuttfunk Mix)

14. Money (Death Before Taxes Mix)

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Track List: Greatest S**t

Disc 1

1. D.I.Y. (Edit)

2. Tohuvabohu (Edit)

3. Son Of A Gun (Overhauled Mix Edit)

4. Juke Joint Jezebel (Single Mix)

5. Naive (Edit)

6. Sucks (12" Mix Edit)

7. Hau Ruck (Edit)

8. More & Faster (12" Mix)

9. Money (Radio Mix)

10. Megalomaniac (Single Mix Edit)

11. Virus (12" Mix Edit)

12. Light (Cellulite Radio Mix)

13. Anarchy (Edit)

14. Vogue (Edit)

15. Split (12" Mix Edit)

16. WWIII (Edit)

17. Godlike (12" Mix Edit)

18. A Drug Against War (Single Mix)

19. Power (Single Mix Edit)

Disc 2

1. Go To Hell (F**k MTV Mix Edit)

2. Don't Blow Your Top (Edit)

3. Looking For Strange (Edit)

4. Ultra (Album Edit)

5. Itchy Bitchy

6. Dogma

7. Strut (Edit)

8. Kickin' A** (Edit)

9. Free Your Hate (Edit)

10. Terror (Edit)

11. Adios

12. Trust (Edit)

13. Waste

14. Attack-Reload (Edit)

15. Glory (Edit)

16. Sturm & Drang (Edit)

17. Never Say Never (Edit)

18. Rules (Edit)

19. That's All (Edit)

x

Track List: Naive

1. Welcome

2. Naive

3. Die Now - Live Later

4. Piggybank

5. Achtung

6. Friede

8. Go To Hell

9. Virus (Dub)

10. Disgust (Live)

11. Godlike (Chicago Trax Version)

13. Virus (Pestilence Mix)

14. Godlike (Doglike Mix)

16. Die Now - Live Later (Born Again Mix)

x

Track List: Opium 1984

1. Fix Me Up

2. Splatter

3. The Smell

5. Warp'd

6. Penetration

7. Entschuldigung

8. Cuntboy

9. Raf Ok

10. Mating Sounds Of Helicopters

x

Track List: Wurst

1. D.I.Y. (Edit)

2. Tohuvabohu (Edit)

3. Son Of A Gun (Overhauled Mix Edit)

4. Juke Joint Jezebel (Single Mix)

5. Naive (Edit)

6. Sucks (12" Mix Edit)

7. Hau Ruck (Edit)

8. More & Faster (12" Mix)

9. Money (Radio Mix)

10. Megalomaniac (Single Mix Edit)

11. Virus (12" Mix Edit)

12. Light (Cellulite Radio Mix)

13. Anarchy (Edit)

14. Vogue (Edit)

15. Split (12" Mix Edit)

16. WWIII (Edit)

17. Godlike (12" Mix Edit)

18. A Drug Against War (Single Mix)

19. Power (Single Mix Edit)

Comments

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F**k yeah! Come taste the gasoline.
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Sick f**king band!! Oh, and.... I will have to bite your ears off and eat your eyeballs on my chef BD if you disagree. Fair warning. Otherwise have a wonderful day everyone!
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ighworth00
The right wing is rising. Hoooooooyeah
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Kill Mother F**king Depeche Mode
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Yo Go Oakland Raiders
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btw...best album art
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KMFDM = Kiss My F**king Dick Motherf**ker
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bill552
KMFDM = Kylie Minogue Fans Don't Masterbate
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anarchistroc k e r
I always thought KMFDM meant Kill Mother-F**ki n g Depeche Mode xD
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mariecomeans
Ultra is practically stealing everything from NIN. I like some of KMFDM's stuff, don't get me wrong. But I had to say this.
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Just seen them in Philly!!! Been listening to them for 30 years and KMFDM still rocks. WWIII brought the house down, and Hau Ruck was heavier than hell. Thanx for bringing back to Philly guys!
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The SF tour was AMAZING! Thanks for playing all the hits, including Hau Ruck! My Fav!
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Can't wait to see these guys in Cleveland!
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On tour and I got my tickets!
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victorr1234
Our time has come isnt on pandora yet :'(
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Supercalafra g a l i s t i c . . Skold & En Esch both have great material outside of KMFDM. But this band is great &Phuckin great live. Time for some Rompin stompin.... Arrrrr
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Love their s**t!!! And what the name stands for hahaha
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<3
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A very amazing band to listen to
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One of my Favorite Bands of all time, and they are amazing live.
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Everyone heard of SKOLD vs KMFDM? Come on bring it!
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Pioneers...i f you ask Skold or En Esch they will say we're not industrial we are heavy beat. Seen em,met em and partied with them..Great times.. That no pity for the majority is crap..Kill mother fuckn depeche mode..was what they went by until the contest they had for fans to name the band.
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Kein Mitleid für die Massen!
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jeric6
Saw KMFDM a few times, but first time was in 1989, or early 90' can't remember, at the Speedway Cafe in SLC, UT. with Ministry. They had a chain link fence separating the stage from the fans. Before the show a roadie came out with a metal pipe and threatened to smash the fingers of anyone who tried to climb the fence, (he never got mine). At some point I got kicked in the face. Awesome show!
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KILL MUTHAFUCKIN DEAD MAU5
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KMFDM was the reason I picked up a German minor in college. Met them like 5 times and got to eventually greet Sascha in his native tongue. Good times. Waiting for new tour dates...
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KMFDM SUCKS
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KILL MUTHAF#KN DEPECHE MODE
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K - Knowing
M - Much
F - F**king
D - Destroys
M - Mind
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djstarstream
K- killing
M- machines
F- finally
D- destroy
M- mankind
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I think most of their covers are awesome but the meaning of the abbreviation is f**kin rad.
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I like the album covers, c kmfdm is good music
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djstarstream
90,000 volts into my neck bolts
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I found out about this game from playing Test Drive 5 when I was like 4.
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This is the band that got me into industrial music, much respect. Rock on!
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djstarstream
I have strawberry jam in my blood
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Learn to be open entirely internet toughes
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Spit sperm sperm spit sperm
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cobaltkitti
krane1208, if you don't like foreign lyrics why do you have a Rammstein station? That doesn't make any sense, you do know that Rammstein has foreign lyric?
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krane1208, i understand that feeling about foreign lyrics. however, that should not stop you from learning foreign languages, mwa-ha-ha-ha - h a !
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industrial metal will never take over real metal - but it is a nice change
I can do brainwork while this kind of stuff is in the background
the foreign lyrics make me want to smash things
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djstarstream
killing Machines Finally Destroy Mankind
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Drugs against war
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Out of all the industrial/e l e c t r o n i c metal bands there are, these guys definitely have one of the strongest sound and drive out there. The other german band like this is rammstein, with a powerful drive and cutting sound. Heres a like to them
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Kmfdm jams.
Follow for follow.
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Kill Mother F**king Depeche Mode
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I like Skiing to KMFDM
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woodard77
Still an amazing classic industrial song...
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Crazy nice to the ear
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Industrial is
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