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Kmfdm Gets Lazy Indeed,
This review is from: Tohuvabohu (Audio CD)
Just when i thought it couldn't get any worse than Kmfdm's last album "Hau Ruck" BOY was i wrong! This album basically has the same boring tacky techno beat the WHOLE way through it! It seems as if Sasha has just been ULTRA lazy with production and Kmfdm's so-called ultra heavy beats. The album starts off with an old skool Kmfdm sound to it with a great bassline and sounds promising, but soon falls into the usual terrible "Kmfdm is this and Kmfdm is that" lyrics. And as usual Lucia try's to sound as tough and mean as ever. The album has 2-3 reasonalbly good songs as far as Kmfdm go. What ever happened to the cool breakbeats Kmfdm used to use???
If you're new to Kmfdm i'd suggest staring clear of this banal offering and picking up the TRUE Kmfdm classics like "Uaioe", "Nihil", "Symbols", "Adios" and their last decent offering which was "WWIII".
I really hope this is their last album as it's a shame when a band that used to make decent records just make fools of themselves and the fans by releasing banal offerings.
This album is for the die-hard Kmfdm fans.