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Spawned in Paris, France on February 29, 1984, Kein Mehrheit Fr Die Mitleid (which loosely translates into no pity for the majority) was initially an industrial-audio concept accompanying art-installations by Erste Hilfe, a group of painters and sculptors, enfant terrible of the mid-80s German underground art-scene.

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  • Audio CD (2 May 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Dependent
  • ASIN: B004Q5GAV8
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 191,812 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen10. Amnesia 5:05£0.99  Buy MP3 
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Smegger68 on 11 May 2011
Format: Audio CD
If you like your KMFDM somewhere between the full on guitar attack of WWIII and the more dance oriented beats of BLITZ then this album should score well with you. In addition, the sound is darker in tone, more introspective and thoughtful. That's not to say it doesn't kick ass when required - cuts like Krank, Rebels In Control & Viva La Mort! will have you dancing round your living room. Lucia gets her vampy disco cut with Take It Like A Man and the band revisit the past with Panzerfaust, a disturbing and clever reworking of Liebeslied from their 1993 album Naïve. Also of note is the last track, a spooky, twisted workup of the old English nursery rhyme Who Killed Cock Robin which will not so much have you dancing as it will hiding under the covers!

Solid 5 from me, Sascha has produced an innovative album with fresh ideas while still maintaining the KMFDM identity that we all know and love. Looking forward to the tour now!
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I love KMFDM.
You can guarantee that on every album (and there are soo many of them (with no signs of letting up)) there will be one or two tracks that will blow you away, and that the rest of the Album will be good solid industrial metal fare.
Occasionally they produce an Album that will blow you away, like NIHIL.
WTF?! starts out really well. 'Krank' and 'Come On Go Off' had me thinking there was another NIHIL on the cards. As it happens the wow factor does reduce slightly on the remainder of the Album. Its still a good Album that stands well with the rest of their work, its good solid industrial metal.
Well worth buying
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A fantastic new album from KMFDM. It returns to the more electronic stylings of Xtort, and still manages to sound fresher than ever. This is certainly their best album for quite a few years, and shows that KMFDM can still reinvent themselves whilst retaining their core sound.

Key tracks: Rebels in Control, Lynchmob, Take it Like a Man, Spectre, Death and Burial of c.r.
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By Zombie on 6 Sept. 2011
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After several albums that ooze more cheese than 'ultra heavy beats', KMFDM have re-found their form and releases an album that shines along with the classics like 'Xtort', 'Nihil' and 'Symbols'.
The songs sound original and fresh, with a return to what I would consider to be their best sound. Good job guys - and girl!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lucy W on 29 April 2012
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KMFDM's new album WTF?! is a wonderful blend of deliciously dark, deep, gritty, and funky tracks that really showcase Sascha's ability to create epic and diverse music. If you're a fan of KMFDM's previous releases, then I guarantee you'll be a fan of this one, too. It's impossible to choose the best songs from the album because they're all amazing! Highly recommend it for fans of industrial metal.
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