on 22 May 2002
If the MDFMK album was a little too commercial sounding for your taste, try this one. It's got that definite KMFDM sound, but they've relented on the boring Heavy Metal guitars of recent years, to create the best album since 'Money', all those years ago.
Recommended to all those who've been disappointed with the overly guitary version of KMFDM.
on 12 April 2002
If you bought the MDFMK album then the minute you place this cd in the tray your heart leaps(if you didnt...why the feck not?????).The first track is a barn stormer...back to the dirty dancey roots of all that was always golden about industrial...then it all goes slightly pear shaped....
This album is a no frills return to the scene for KMFDM...neither a ground breaker nor a seminal hitter in the making...just a plain old KMFDM record.This in itself is food enough,but food without wine is like a gig without a ticket....it aint a great scene.For me MDFMK was THE industrial album of the last few years and thus this has let me down a little....saying that its good to see Sascha et al. back on form.....just add some more of that MDFMK in the mix and you're on a winner.