History Music / KMFDM

21st Dec '15 4:06:13 PM MikeK
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** "Don't Blow Your Top" consists entirely of lyrics from Music/FrankZappa songs.
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** "Don't Blow Your Top" consists entirely of lyrics from Music/FrankZappa songs. "conceptual continuity" is mentioned in "Inane" and "Kunst"; "Conceptual continuity" is what Zappa called it when he made references to his own songs.
21st Dec '15 3:55:46 PM MikeK
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** "Don't Blow Your Top" consists entirely of lyrics from Music/FrankZappa songs.

** "Don't Blow Your Top" seems to be a pretty abraasive take that towards record companies
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** "Don't Blow Your Top" seems to be a pretty abraasive abrasive take that towards record companies
4th Nov '15 10:12:33 PM sharkcrap11
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KMFDM never played Futurepop. They also never really abandoned Industrial Metal completely once they started playing it. There's also no point in calling some of their songs Heavy Metal- they were an Industrial Metal band, so it goes without saying.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: ''Opium'' is straight forward {{Industrial}}, then thier next two albums turned into proto-EBM and their next few were mostly dance music with some metal songs thrown in. ''Angst'' was the first album to consist mainly of metal songs.
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: ''Opium'' is straight forward {{Industrial}}, then thier their next two albums turned into proto-EBM and their next few were mostly dance music with some metal songs thrown in. a mixture of IndustrialMetal and more dance-influenced fare. ''Angst'' was the first album to consist mainly of metal Metal songs.

* HeavyMetal: "Search & Destroy", "Trust", "Thrash Up!", "En Esch", "Inane"

* {{Industrial}}: Their first album ''Opium'' definitely qualifies. ''Don't Blow Your Top'' and ''What Do You Know, Deutschland?'' sound like UrExamples of EBM but the genre already existed by then. Good portions of ''UAIOE'', ''Money'', and ''Naive'' sound like this too. Their post-''Tohuvabohu'' albums have distinct Electro-Industrial influences.
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* {{Industrial}}: One of the key bands in the genre. Their first album ''Opium'' definitely qualifies. qualifies as Old-School Industrial. ''Don't Blow Your Top'' and ''What Do You Know, Deutschland?'' sound like UrExamples of EBM [[UrExample prototypical]] EBM, but the genre already existed by then. Good portions of ''UAIOE'', ''Money'', and ''Naive'' sound like this too. Their post-''Tohuvabohu'' albums have distinct Electro-Industrial influences.

* NewSoundAlbum: ''UAIOE'' marked the band's transition from straightforward {{Industrial}} to IndustrialMetal. Then there was ''Symbols'' which was a change to electronic music. They went back to Industrial Metal when they reformed but then changed to future pop on ''Blitz'' although there were still one or two metal songs between the next few albums.
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* NewSoundAlbum: ''UAIOE'' marked the band's transition from straightforward {{Industrial}} to IndustrialMetal. Then there was ''Symbols'' which was a change to electronic divided between IndustrialMetal and more Electro-Industrial-styled music. They went back to Industrial Metal straight IndustrialMetal when they reformed but then changed to future pop eventually started combining it with Electro-Industrial (again) on ''Blitz'' although there were still one or two metal songs between the next few albums.''Blitz'', which they've kept on doing since then.

* SpeedMetal: "Apathy", "A Drug Against War"/"A Drug Against Wall Street", "Son of a Gun", "Sad Und Kraft", "Search and Destroy", "WWIII", "Bullets, Bombs and Bigotry", and "Every Day's a Good Day"

* ThrashMetal: The ''Agogo'' version of "Godlike", "Hole in the Wall", "Glory", "Sad Und Craft", "Apathy" and "Thrash Up!" (Sort of)
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* ThrashMetal: ThrashMetal / SpeedMetal: The ''Agogo'' version of "Godlike", "A Drug Against War", "Hole in the Wall", "Glory", "Sad Und Craft", "Apathy" "Apathy", "Son of a Gun", "Sad Und Kraft""WWIII", "Bullets, Bombs and Bigotry", "Every Day's a Good Day" and "Thrash Up!" (Sort of)of). They're influenced by the genres in question relatively often.
1st Nov '15 1:29:57 PM nightshade1218
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Added DiffLines:
->''"Kein Mitleid Für Die Mehrheit!"''
23rd Jun '15 1:25:51 AM tenryufan
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* CreatorCouple: Sascha and Lucia

* ThePeteBest: Ton Giest. They played on the first album and we dont know much else about them. And then there is Udo Sturm who was a member while they did performance art but left when they became a band.

* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: "Hole in the Wall" is the lyrics of "Liebesleid" translated into English, they also have similar guitar riffs ** The guitar riffs to "Pretty Vacant" by Music/SexPistols and "Anarchy" are practically the same thing.
8th Jun '15 8:46:29 PM TheGhostofTomJoad
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+Music/ThrobbingGristle, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/FrankZappa, Music/DeepPurple, Music/{{Motorhead}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/ThePopGroup, Music/MarkStewartAndTheMafia, Music/{{DAF}}, Music/LiasonsDangerouses, Music/{{Ministry}}
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+Music/ThrobbingGristle, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/FrankZappa, Music/DeepPurple, Music/{{Motorhead}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/ThePopGroup, Music/MarkStewartAndTheMafia, Music/{{DAF}}, Music/LiasonsDangerouses, Music/{{Ministry}}Music/{{Ministry}}, Music/{{TRex}}

* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: Being an {{Industrial}}[=/=]IndustrialMetal band, this is a given. They mostly mix Electro Punk, Industrial Dance, and ThrashMetal but {{Funk}}, {{Punk}}, {{Industrial}}, HipHop and SynthPop influences have appeared before. "Virus (Dub)" has {{Rocksteady}} influences.
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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: Being an {{Industrial}}[=/=]IndustrialMetal band, this is a given. They mostly mix Electro Punk, Industrial Dance, and ThrashMetal but {{Funk}}, {{Punk}}, {{Industrial}}, {{Dub}}, HipHop and SynthPop influences have appeared before. "Virus (Dub)" has {{Rocksteady}} influences.
26th Apr '15 9:32:43 PM TheGhostofTomJoad
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+Music/ThrobbingGristle, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/FrankZappa, Music/DeepPurple, Music/{{Motorhead}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/ThePopGroup, Music/MarkStewartAndTheMafia, Music/{{DAF}} Music/LiasonsDangerouses, Music/{{DAF}}
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+Music/ThrobbingGristle, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/FrankZappa, Music/DeepPurple, Music/{{Motorhead}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/ThePopGroup, Music/MarkStewartAndTheMafia, Music/{{DAF}} Music/{{DAF}}, Music/LiasonsDangerouses, Music/{{DAF}}Music/{{Ministry}}

* CoverVersion: "Los Ninos del Parque" by LiaisonsDangerueses, "Mini Mini Mini" by JacquesDutronc, "Mysterious Ways" by Music/{{U2}}, "These Boots are made for Walkin" by NancySinatra, "Being Boiled" by Music/TheHumanLeague, ""Crazy Horses" by TheOsmonds, Material Girl by Music/{{Madonna}}.
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* CoverVersion: "Los Ninos del Parque" by LiaisonsDangerueses, "Mini Mini Mini" by JacquesDutronc, "Mysterious Ways" by Music/{{U2}}, "These Boots are made for Walkin" by NancySinatra, "Being Boiled" by Music/TheHumanLeague, ""Crazy Horses" by TheOsmonds, Material Girl by Music/{{Madonna}}.Music/{{Madonna}}, "Godlight" by Music/PattiSmith
23rd Apr '15 9:54:14 PM sharkcrap11
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* {{Industrial}}: Their first album ''Opium'' definitely qualifies. ''Don't Blow Your Top'' and ''What Do You Know, Deutschland?'' sound like UrExamples of EBM but the genre already existed by then. Good portions of ''UAIOE'', ''Money'', and ''Naive'' sound like this too. Their post-''Tohuvabohu'' albums are starting to sound like future pop. * IndustrialMetal: A few songs on ''UAIOE'', ''Naive'' and ''Angst'', ''Nihil'' and ''Xtort'', and everything from ''Boots'' until ''Tohuvabohu'' everything else is mostly electro-industrial
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* {{Industrial}}: Their first album ''Opium'' definitely qualifies. ''Don't Blow Your Top'' and ''What Do You Know, Deutschland?'' sound like UrExamples of EBM but the genre already existed by then. Good portions of ''UAIOE'', ''Money'', and ''Naive'' sound like this too. Their post-''Tohuvabohu'' albums are starting to sound like future pop. have distinct Electro-Industrial influences. * IndustrialMetal: A few songs on ''UAIOE'', ''Naive'' Most of their 90s and ''Angst'', ''Nihil'' and ''Xtort'', and everything from ''Boots'' until ''Tohuvabohu'' everything else 2000s work is mostly electro-industrialthis, though some of it Electro-Industrial. Their newest albums are pretty evenly split between the two genres.
21st Apr '15 9:01:00 PM TheGhostofTomJoad
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* ThrashMetal: "Godlike", "Hole in the Wall", "Glory", "Sad Und Craft", "Apathy" and "Thrash Up!" (Sort of)
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* ThrashMetal: The ''Agogo'' version of "Godlike", "Hole in the Wall", "Glory", "Sad Und Craft", "Apathy" and "Thrash Up!" (Sort of)
21st Apr '15 7:42:53 PM TheGhostofTomJoad
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+Music/ThrobbingGristle, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/FrankZappa, Music/DeepPurple, Music/{{Motorhead}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/ThePopGroup, Music/MarkStewartAndTheMafia, Music/{{DAF}} Music/LiasonsDangerouses, Music{{/DAF}}
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+Music/ThrobbingGristle, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/FrankZappa, Music/DeepPurple, Music/{{Motorhead}}, Music/NineInchNails, Music/ThePopGroup, Music/MarkStewartAndTheMafia, Music/{{DAF}} Music/LiasonsDangerouses, Music{{/DAF}}Music/{{DAF}}
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