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Brilliant, Rudy

This is the first album I actually bought the box set for from :wumpscut:. Almost every single track is amazing. The Boo, Cut to See How Much I Bleed, Autophagy Day, Pooch, Broken, Bloodbathing Tub, and Rumpelkammer are my favorites but quite frankly all the other tracks fantastic as well. :wumpscut: at its best does something that no other industrial, dark electro, aggrotech group could ever do for me.....hard to put my finger on it.

Not as bad as you would expect.

Though I cannot say this holds a light against earlier works, I will say there are a few songs worth purchasing. I a absolutely recommend Broken off this record. You may be surprised how much some of the melodies stick with you.


Born: 1991

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Another in the line of '90s goths who forsook guitars for the sampler and synthesizer, Rudy Ratzinger's :wumpscut: project was born in 1991 when he released his first cassette-only albums, Defcon and Small Chambermusicians. Vuz Records signed the German to their fold by the following year, and after a release on a 1993 Vuz compilation (New Forms of Entertainment), the first :wumpscut: album, Music for a Slaughtering Tribe, appeared in December 1993. After the release of the Dried Blood EP on Ant-Zen...
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