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  • Audio CD (27 Nov. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B001TH233A
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,973 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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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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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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I love it, sooooo good
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Return To Form, Finally 3 Sept. 2009
By codexwyrm - Published on Amazon.com
There's probably a variety of reasons KMFDM has sucked the previous couple of albums, but I place at least some of the blame on Joolz's muddy guitarwork and Lucia's painfully preachy lyrics. Knowing a quasi-KMFDM album was coming out that was bereft of these elements from the get-go, I was excited. I wasn't let down!

Tim Skold's vocals and lyrics are perfect for KMFDM's brand image, as always, and most notably, he seems to have brought the best out of Sascha once again. Every song on the album sounds more or less inspired, and while sometimes they feel a bit juvenile, they are still a lot of fun. The bizarre deconstructed versions of all the songs serve as glue that really holds the album together as a whole.

Error 404 is a great ballad like only Skold can get away with. Sascha's work on Gromky makes it one of the best on the album. I absolutely love Alkohol and Porn Kitch and Firearms, but poor Raymond's absence in them is a glaring omission. I know he had nothing to do with this one, but he was definitely there in spirit- those two songs are right up his alley.

Overall, a great electronic industrial album, and so far it's one just about everyone I've played it for loves.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sascha must get hold of Mr. Skold on a regular basis. 6 Nov. 2009
By Tokio - Published on Amazon.com
While recent KMFDM albums have not deteriorated in quality, I have been forced to realize the fact that there would be few new things to come. In contrast, this collaboration with Tim Skold reveals the possibility that the music once called industrial rock or industrial metal or whatever, with mechanical rhythms and heavy but somehow detouched vocals, still has the chances of widening its horizons. I mean, I heartfully wish Mr. Skold would come back to the band.
One thing I have to say. As a resident outside USA, I couldn't download MP3 from Amazon, and had to purchase a German CD, which is fairly expensive. I hope Amazon will provide worldewide distribution of MP3 really soon. On the other hand, I may be fortunate to have bought the CD because I now have the full album cover art designed by Mr. Kevin Marburg. Can you imagine the back-cover art? Of course it's the back view of the blinded girl in front of a firing squad.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Transcending KMFDM 25 Jun. 2009
By )(aqri - Published on Amazon.com
Everytime Tim Skold is involved with KMFDM there's only industrial masterpieces left in their wake. He has earned my admiration ten times over in the past collaborating with Sascha Konietzko on some of the best KMFDM albums available such as Symbols, Adios and Attak. He was also one third of the talented trio that was MDFMK. If you've enjoyed any of these albums I've mentioned don't hesitate to buy Skold Vs. KMFDM! Also you might want to check out Tim Skold's solo album entitled simply "Skold", it's basically ten more tracks you won't soon forget.

The majority of singing on here is by Skold, hypnotic as ever. Konietzko delivers an impressive palette of his 'ultra heavy beat' as usual. My favorite tracks here are Why Me, Bloodsport and Error 404.
5.0 out of 5 stars Together Again / Tearing it up 30 May 2013
By Glen W. Thailing - Published on Amazon.com
Hands down 5 of 5 Stars. So great and old school sounding. I wonder if they purposely used older gear to create this gem. The album is one that flows from track 1 to the end. It makes my top 10 favorite kmfdm albums of all time, And that says a lot. Give it a spin....You wont regret it.....
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not bad 7 April 2009
By Brian McGee - Published on Amazon.com
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I was waiting a long time to get a copy. Since it was risky to download the album from the actual band website i was hoping that this album was available some where else. the album is good . If you are a kmfdm fan or if you like mdfmk then you should get the album.
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