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UAIOE |Wax Trax!, 1989|

Murder, UAIOE, Loving Can Be An Art (Saturation Mix), More & Faster 243, Rip The System (Duck & Cover Mix), Thrash Up!, En Esch, Ganja Rock, Thumb Thumb


KMFDM music reminds me something grotesque. A collection of quotes, empty drum hits and a few samples to not to sound too raw. When I listen to the album the boredom makes me sleep again... Music could be compared to Skinny Puppy or Hilt but only as for the sampling and vocals although there is Lucia singing. Other than that KMFDM is much less psychotic than Skinny Puppy hopefully. None of the song is worth to mention. ( Katarzyna NINa Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)


Xtort |TVT/Wax Trax!, 1996|

Power, Apathy, Rules, Craze, Dogma, Inane, Blame, Son of a Gun, Ikons, Wrath


Yes, it's a good record. You can listen to sharp guitar riffs, angry vocals and feel some good vibrations with lots of dynamics. I'm knocked out by Rules and Inane but Wrath song is a rad stuff too. Ikons sounds interesting after listening the first half only. ( Katarzyna NINa Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)


WWIII |Sanctuary Records, 2003|

WWIII (World War III), From Here On Out, Blackball, Jihad, Last Things, Pity For The Pious, Stars And Stripes, Bullets, Bombs And Bigotry, Moron, Revenge, Intro


It's a taste of the punk revolution what is almost underlined by Lucia Cifarelli's voice in such songs like: WWIII, From Here On Out or in the song what doesn't need any comment - it's a top shit here - Last Things. The other songs it's a return to the sounds we accustomed to for 21 years of KMFDM music activity - a bit gloomy a bit freaky, a bit tempting, a bit grotesque.

In the subjective value the best is Blackball song. In the objective value Last Things, Stars and Stripe should become popular. To add it's a first album recorded for Sanctuary Records, the same where Ministry and Pitchshifter released their latests albums. Seems like that movement gave KMFDM music an additional power where the bass and guitar section were strengthened. However it's still that KMFDM you used to recognize from the previous releases. Just listen the Intro song which ironically... ends up the album ;)

(Katarzyna 'NINa' Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)


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