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Craze - KMFDM - Xtort (CD, Album)


8 thoughts on “ Craze - KMFDM - Xtort (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mooguktilar says:
    Kmfdm Albums. All albums made by Kmfdm with reviews and song lyrics.
  2. Arashijin says:
    XTORT CD. Quantity. Documenting the history of KMFDM the accompanying CD booklets all include the original album art (most by famed KMFDM co-conspirator Brute!), in-depth liner notes, quotes from Sascha K., lyrics for each song, never before seen photos of the band, full recording and production credits and more.
  3. Yolmaran says:
    Jul 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Xtort on Discogs. Label: Wax Trax! Records - TVT,TVT Records - TVT • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Non-Music • Style: Industrial, Poetry/5().
  4. Tasar says:
    6. Inane - Kaptain K does distorted vocals that are much like on later KMFDM albums. The chord progressions rise sequentially, building up the sound in intervals. They sing about themselves (KMFDM) and how great they are, which is something that KMFDM is known for!!! Spoken word samples promoting German engineering are also used!!!!/5(49).
  5. Tojakree says:
    Mar 06,  · This album was produced in , in what is generally agreed to be KMFDM's most successful period (). Their popularity was definitely warranted back in the 90s, very few bands had similar sound/5(50).
  6. Tegor says:
    This album is lower because it seems like the band is firing on all cylinders but on other songs it's kinda hit or miss. Most bands couldn't create an album like this but in my opinion, they coulda done better. KMFDM UAIOE () This is like the neglected step cousin of KMFDM albums. You love it .
  7. Vudolrajas says:
    Dec 31,  · I didn't see any video for the song "craze" by KMFDM, so I figured I'd make this for the people that didn't have the song, but still wanted to hear it. -Lyrics- Buildings fall - People crawl.
  8. Guzuru says:
    The trio recorded the band's earliest albums in Germany before Konietzko and Esch moved to the United States, where they found much greater success with seminal industrial record label Wax Trax!. German guitarist Günter Schulz joined in ; both he and Esch continued with the band until KMFDM broke up .

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