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5.0 out of 5 stars Outrageously Brilliant
I absolutely LOVE this album. Tim Skold and KMFDM together are outrageously brilliant and this album proves they've got even better through a few years apart. I definitely rate "Alkohol" - back to their old amazing ways and is obscenely great. "Why Me" has the industrial edge they still carry on. I hope they make more together! The drums and bass make you want to move,...
Published on 16 Nov 2009 by Jo Taberner

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3.0 out of 5 stars Sascha and Tim
A collaboration between KMFDM,and Tim Skold who was a member of KMFDM previously and more famously was in the Marilyn Manson band.This album is as you probably would expect it to be.Hard beats with more electronics than guitars but no worse off for it.Some memorable songs are here,probably a good buy for fans of KMFDM or Manson/Skold.
Published on 12 April 2012 by D. L. Wilkinson


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3.0 out of 5 stars Sascha and Tim, 12 April 2012
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D. L. Wilkinson "Dean" (London,UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Skold Vs Kmfdm (Audio CD)
A collaboration between KMFDM,and Tim Skold who was a member of KMFDM previously and more famously was in the Marilyn Manson band.This album is as you probably would expect it to be.Hard beats with more electronics than guitars but no worse off for it.Some memorable songs are here,probably a good buy for fans of KMFDM or Manson/Skold.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Outrageously Brilliant, 16 Nov 2009
This review is from: Skold Vs. KMFDM (MP3 Download)
I absolutely LOVE this album. Tim Skold and KMFDM together are outrageously brilliant and this album proves they've got even better through a few years apart. I definitely rate "Alkohol" - back to their old amazing ways and is obscenely great. "Why Me" has the industrial edge they still carry on. I hope they make more together! The drums and bass make you want to move, the electrics need to played louder on your stereo! Love it with a passion, just like KMFDM's newest album (which Tim Skold had a hand in) Blitz
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