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Customer Reviews

I'd take this over Blitz

I know its never gonna be the 90s for KMFDM again, but this is kinda close...

A more harsh industrial album

KMFDM and Skold mesh well in this album to bring out a more harsh and menacing industrial style than KMFDM has been alone. Each song has a distinct sound to it (especially Error 404 which sounds like BT industrialized) and the interludes on the full version (from the download on their website) help to bring the music full circle. Song ratings: Why Me: 4/5 Antigeist 3/5 Bloodsport 4/5 Love is Like 4/5 It's Not What 3/5 A Common Enemy 4/5 Error 404 3/5 Porn, Kitsch and Firearms 4/5 Gromky 3/5 Alkohol 5/5 All or Nothing 3/5. A must-have for any industrial fan like myself!

Great album, BUT....

Where are the interludes?! This iTunes version is missing half the tracks! There are supposed to be short interludes reflective of each song (but in a different order) between each song. The CD proper is:

1. Why Me
2. Bloodsport (interlude)
3. Antigeist
4. Alkohol (interlude)
5. Bloodsport
6. Error 404 (interlude)
7. Love Is Like
8. Antigeist (interlude)
9. It's Not What
10. Love Is Like (interlude)
11. A Common Enemy
12. Porn, Kitsch and Firearms (interlude)
13. Error 404
14. All Or Nothing (interlude)
15. Porn, Kitsch and Firearms
16. It's Not What (interlude)
17. Gromky
18. A Common Enemy (interlude)
19. Alkohol
20. Gromky (interlude)
21. All Or Nothing
22. Why Me (interlude)

Seriously, these interlude are a big part of what makes this album so good! Definitely buy it, because you'll be missing out if you don't, but (unless they fix it) don't buy it from iTunes. Get the real thing elsewhere.


Formed: February 29, 1984 in Hamburg, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

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 (if not 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 a thousand entries), but the...
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