KMFDM - Wurst
Industrial, Rock 'Wurst' the latest installment from famous industrial act KMFDM, this is also their greatest hits album.

The album consists of 19 tracks from 11 albums with a lot of cult classics and some newer tracks.'Wurst' is clearly an album for all the hardcore KMFDM fans out there. I started listening to the band when they released 'Hau ruck' a couple of years ago and of course I heard some tracks before but never really paid any attention to the band at all.

So what can I tell you about this release? Well, the production is of top standard as always with this band and the tracks are typical KMFDM. I don't really like the old tracks a lot because it's too weird for me. There are of course a few tracks I really enjoy like "Anarchy" and "Power", but otherwise the old tracks aren't really for me.

The newer ones are really much better in my ears, I don't really know why and it is a bit hard to explain, but it just pleases me more. "Hau Ruck" and "Tovabohu".

Overall this is an okay album, nothing more and I know that the fans will love it and buy it instantly and there are probably some people who might pick it up because there are all the classics on there. Like I said I won't recommend it since I am not a huge fan myself and I rather listen to something new released by them.
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KMFDM - Wurst

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"Mediocre"
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Released 2010 by Metropolis Records
'Wurst' the latest installment from famous industrial act KMFDM, this is also their greatest hits album.

The album consists of 19 tracks from 11 albums with a lot of cult classics and some newer tracks.'Wurst' is clearly an album for all the hardcore KMFDM fans out there. I started listening to the band when they released 'Hau ruck' a couple of years ago and of course I heard some tracks before but never really paid any attention to the band at all.

So what can I tell you about this release? Well, the production is of top standard as always with this band and the tracks are typical KMFDM. I don't really like the old tracks a lot because it's too weird for me. There are of course a few tracks I really enjoy like "Anarchy" and "Power", but otherwise the old tracks aren't really for me.

The newer ones are really much better in my ears, I don't really know why and it is a bit hard to explain, but it just pleases me more. "Hau Ruck" and "Tovabohu".

Overall this is an okay album, nothing more and I know that the fans will love it and buy it instantly and there are probably some people who might pick it up because there are all the classics on there. Like I said I won't recommend it since I am not a huge fan myself and I rather listen to something new released by them.
Oct 22 2010

Fredrik Croona

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