These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Not just Sascha. Mention En Esch in a music conversation and if they're familiar with him, you'll get: "Wasn't he in KMFDM?". Mention Tim Skold, and you'll most likely get: "Wasn't he in Marilyn Manson's band?" "No, he was in KMFDM too." "...Who the hell is that?"
Hilarious in Hindsight: Adventure Time fans may get a kick out of the use of a balloon as an instrument on "Rebels in Kontrol" especially since WTF?! was released only a few months before "Marceline's Closet"
Music to Invade Poland to: Accused of this in relation to the Columbine Massacre, despite the fact that the band is strongly against National Socialism. Unfortunately, their more tongue-in-cheek songs gained some Misaimed Fandom.
Nightmare Fuel: "The Unrestrained Use Of Excessive Force". It's pretty easy if you listen to a lot of old-school industrial...
"Stars & Stripes", It's about the U.S. President becoming a totalitarian
The lyrics of "Revolution" do a very good job at creating a feeling of paranoia
"Anarchy" is about a violent revolution that replaces an authoritarian only for the revolutionaries to become just like him.
The singing voices of Raymond Watts and En Esch might come off as creepy to some.
"Death and Burial of C.R." Take an already morbid and creepifyin' nursery rhyme and set it to some of the creepiest music and vocals ever recorded. Brrr.
The Lyrics to "Ooh La La". Let's just say there was a good reason it was on the soundtrack of Hellraiser
Tear Jerker: "Move On", "Today", "Lied Und Elend", possibly "Strut" and of course "Everyday's a Good Day"