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Old 08-04-2008, 06:05 PM   #21
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well fuck.....

Blackcell
Alter Der Ruine
W.A.S.T.E
Nurse With Wounds
COIL (I'm surprised no one said this)
Throbbing Gristle (Part 2 is a must have)
Pentalith
Meat Beat Manifesto
PIG
Foetus

I'm mixed up or something..

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COIL (I'm surprised no one said this)
Coil's a hard one to place... they're all over the place.
The same can be said for MBM
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Coil's a hard one to place... they're all over the place.
The same can be said for MBM
True, true, true.

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MBM hits all sorts of places...to say they are industrial would be very wrong. At the center was a Avant Jazz album. In Dub...well...was dub music (know the MC that rapped on that album too, friend of mine!) and the new album is Dubstep (a lot of elements at least).

Coil hits all over the place, but for me they will always be Industrial. Their sound became more experimental synth/sampling and going into folk music a bit....but still too harsh for most hippies.
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I only own Satyricon...
Is that good or bad?

Nah! i like it, reminds of back then - but i have to be in the right mood, i`m not a huge fan of lyrics these days.

Which other albums would you recommend?

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yeah, i'm not a huge lyrics fan either.

Pig - Sinsation is actually quite good and his lyrics are just weird tabloids all cut up and shit...mostly about fucking and stuff.

Coil - How to destroy Angels is a great start in their collection, a tad bit pricey...

Throbbing Gristle - Part 2, the endless not. This gets into strange territory for industrial but these are the bastards that pioneered the genre and its very good stuff.

MDFMK - S/T is a good pop/industrial album and better than most of the electro/dance/rock/industrial stuff you'll hear.

12rounds - My Big Hero is an unknown british/punk/triphop/industrial group that fits really nicely in industrial play lists. I like their quirky melodies and guitar work (but its very sample heavy, like portishead)

Skinny Puppy - Cleanse, Fold, Manipulate and VIVIsectVI. Both these albums are a must, then sample their later catalog (which I'm a fan of of) and you'll see a huge difference in sound. Most people poo poo the newer stuff, but they just like living in the past.

Einsturzende Neubauten - Ende Neu is a different direction for the band, but its still very unconventional and crazy. There are some moody, dark songs on that ablum, and they mix well with the "industrial noises and unconventional instruments"
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yeah, i'm not a huge lyrics fan either.

Pig - Sinsation is actually quite good and his lyrics are just weird tabloids all cut up and shit...mostly about fucking and stuff.

Coil - How to destroy Angels is a great start in their collection, a tad bit pricey...

Throbbing Gristle - Part 2, the endless not. This gets into strange territory for industrial but these are the bastards that pioneered the genre and its very good stuff.

MDFMK - S/T is a good pop/industrial album and better than most of the electro/dance/rock/industrial stuff you'll hear.

12rounds - My Big Hero is an unknown british/punk/triphop/industrial group that fits really nicely in industrial play lists. I like their quirky melodies and guitar work (but its very sample heavy, like portishead)

Skinny Puppy - Cleanse, Fold, Manipulate and VIVIsectVI. Both these albums are a must, then sample their later catalog (which I'm a fan of of) and you'll see a huge difference in sound. Most people poo poo the newer stuff, but they just like living in the past.

Einsturzende Neubauten - Ende Neu is a different direction for the band, but its still very unconventional and crazy. There are some moody, dark songs on that ablum, and they mix well with the "industrial noises and unconventional instruments"
sorry i meant specifically MBM, but thanks for the heads-up on this other stuff.

MDFMK...that`s one of the spin-offs from KMFDM right?
I heard their name mentioned A LOT on the live circuit.

I bought a couple of Neubauten LP`s last year, one was fairly recent and the other was a "best of" older stuff - i quite liked some of it but it didn`t make me lose my shit how i expected it to after all the years of hype - i guess there`s been a lot of catching up in recent years and so it doesn`t really have the same freah appeal it may once have had...?
Again some lyrics put me off and not being able to understand much german doesn`t help.

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word to that.

here are some recommended (if you don't have already) MBM releases

Original Fire
99% Pure
Subliminal Sandwich
Actual Sounds and Voices
In Dub
RUOK
At The Center

that should get you started. most of that is post 1990. I know they have some stuff before that....but Jack Dangers is a terrible MC.....his rapping is just horrible to listen to.
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Coil hits all over the place, but for me they will always be Industrial. Their sound became more experimental synth/sampling and going into folk music a bit....but still too harsh for most hippies.
I wouldn't be too sure of that, people call me a hippie all the time yet most of the bands I listen to are industrial. In fact, most of the 'hippies' I know like Skinny Puppy and Front 242, because it's music they grew up with... of course I'm referring to the 'neo-hippies' who are in their 30's...
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What kind of hippie is that? I've never, ever met any hippies (from Seattle, so there are a lot of neo-hippie and old hippie types) that enjoyed Skinny Puppy or Front 242. I've know some that enjoyed David Tibet's work and some other experimental artists, but they never got into the more dance/rock/harshnoise industrial. You must be part of a rare breed of awesome hippies.

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Velvet Acid Christ would also be a good addition to this thread. And LeŠther Strip.

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Old 14-04-2008, 03:16 PM   #32
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Cabaret Voltaire, SPK, Coil, Psychic TV, 23 Skidoo, NON, Nurse with Wound, Hafler Trio
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Velvet Acid Christ
Solely for their Hex Angel: Utopia/Dystopia and all samples on that album

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There is a nice relation between troma movies (b cinema) and industrial music, and it's(???) fans. How come no one sampled one of bruce campbell's lines?
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oh I know that lines from the evil dead have been sampled...trust me on that.
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F***ING WOLF EYES! Check 'em out. They ain't quite industrial but it's harsh noise. They rule hardcore!
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Megaptera
Navicon Torture Technologies
Troum
In Slaughter Natives
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He wrote music for Tetsuo: The Ironman, Tetsuo 2: Body Hammer, Tokyo Fist, Bullet Ballet, Gemini, Dead or Alive ( triology, not the game related movie )...
Pounding metal percussion works, some synth bass with live bassist, sometimes there's a vocal even, pure win!

Listening reccomendation: Tetsio 1 & 2 OST, Tokyo Fist ( btw, you could as well watch both tetsuo movies if you can find them somwhere, i really really recomend those )
I bogught an der eisenrost dvd Time ago.

I you like it , look for and NEubauten dvd , from an japanese filmmaker

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Throbbing Gristle's 20 Jazz Funk Greats. Once you get past its dated and cheesy exterior, you'll hear it resonating with everything after it.
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F***ING WOLF EYES! Check 'em out. They ain't quite industrial but it's harsh noise. They rule hardcore!
Oh this fits quite nice as I'm a big fan of HARSH NOISE. Make a tad bit at times.

and who ever said VAC was a good addition is fucking dead wrong. that is some of the most trite (way worse than combichrist, at least his beats are ok) and bland as fuck industrial i've heard.

I hope I get to open for the stupid fuck and blow his shit out of the water. I'm a bit notorious for doing that.
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