Classic Rock

Stray Bullet - KMFDM - Symbols (Cassette, Album)


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  1. Brimborium is a remix album by the industrial rock band KMFDM. It was released on February 19, It features remixes of several tracks from 's Tohuvabohu, one remix from Hau Ruck, and the new track "What We Do for You", which consists of voice messages from the KMFDM Fan Phone and whose title references the band's hit, "Light"/5(53).
  2. Stray Bullet Lyrics: I am your holy totem / I am your sick taboo / Radical and radiant / I'm your nightmare coming true / I am your worst enemy / I am your dearest friend / Malignantly malevolent / I.
  3. KMFDM (originally Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid, loosely translated by the band as "no pity for the majority") is a German industrial band from Hamburg led by Sascha Konietzko, who founded the band in as a performance art project.. The band's earliest incarnation included German drummer En Esch and British vocalist Raymond Watts, the latter of whom left and rejoined the group several.
  4. Get all the lyrics to songs on [symbols] and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
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  6. They came scratched up (in a sealed album) and leave paper dust all over the disc. Having the tracklist reordered really messed with my head, but since the songs aren't mixed together it doesn't affect the sound. Somewhat jarring going from Megalomaniac into Leid Und Elend instead of Stray Bullet /5(31).
  7. In all, this is as good as many of KMFDM's '90s albums, and is a fine place for newcomers to start. The clean, detailed production is of top quality, and many of the tunes -- like "Megalomaniac" and "Anarchy" -- are exceptional. But for those who have been following the band, Symbols offers few niticarpetemetchblogmenretapterwna.coinfo: $
  8. Background. Recorded in Seattle, Washington, Symbols marked the introduction of Tim niticarpetemetchblogmenretapterwna.coinfo his contribution to this album was as a guest, he would become a full-fledged member for Adios and Attak. Sascha Konietzko, the frontman of KMFDM, said the title had no special meaning, and was just an idea for a title the group had very early on, before a single album had been released.

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