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8 thoughts on “ Die Krupps - Isolation (CD)

  1. Mar 05,  · 'Odyssey of the Mind' maybe was the logical evolution of a band which had begun in the early 80's with a techno-industrial music with similarities with 'DAF' or later Nitzerr Ebb and which from would develop a kind of metal-industrial; with every album they added more guitars but also they worked the electronic parts better/5(8).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Die Krupps - Odyssey Of The Mind (III) at Discogs. Complete your Die Krupps collection.
  3. "Too Much History" is, in a word, spectacular. This is a must have for all Industrial and Die Krupps fans. The recording and production are flawless producing a fresh and energized sound. Die Krupps is one of Industrial's finest bands and this two-disc set will do nothing to diminish their greatness. This is one of THE best Industrial CD's, bar none.5/5(14).
  4. Apr 02,  · Video by Ralph Ernesto.
  5. Nov 26,  · Ja, wie geil ist das denn. Die Krupps Platte ist wieder voll elektronisch geworden und geht back to the roots. Hört sich an wie eine soundtechnisch aufgemöbelte Platte aus den 80/90ern. Texte sind wie immer inhaltlich zu vernachlässigen, mal Deutsch, mal Englisch, mal beides in einem Song. Dafür satter eingängiger elektronischer harter Sound/5(18).
  6. Nov 15,  · - an exclusive Die Krupps sticker - the also speparately released 6-panel Digipak; 2 clear trays (middle and right panel) and a pocket for the page booklet that contains the lyrics of the album. Track durations do not appear on the release. Track CD-6 "The Carpet Crawlers" was originally performed by Genesis and appears on "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway". [Booklet].
  7. DIE KRUPPS Vinyl Records and CDs A German industrial/EBM/metal band formed in Düsseldorf in October by Jürgen Engler and Bernward Malaka.
  8. Biography The brainchild of Jürgen Engler and Ralf Dörper, Die Krupps were an outfit from Düsseldorf, whose earliest ideas were based around providing a satire of the world-view of German earliest works utilized Jürgen Engler's home made stahlophon, a cross between a xylophone and a rail-track, a huge device which required enormous physical effort to play, living up to the.

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