Die Krupps - Too Much History [Compilation]

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Release date: 2007
Style: Industrial metal


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Disc I [The Electro Years]
01. Machineries Of Joy
02. Für Einen Augenblick
03. Volle Kraft Voraus / Goldfinger
04. Gladiators
05. Der Amboss
06. Germaniac
07. Hi Tech Low Life
08. Alive
09. 5 Millionen
10. The Great Divide

Disc II [The Metal Years]
01. Metal Machine Music
02. The Dawning Of Doom
03. Crossfire
04. Fatherland
05. Bloodsuckers
06. To The Hilt
07. Isolation
08. Scent
09. Odyssey Of The Mind
10. Black Beauty White Heat
11. Ich Bin Ein Ausländer [Pop Will Eat Itself cover]
12. The Great Divide

Additional info
Industrial Metal
Label: AFM / Soulfood
Distribution in France, and to buy the album => http://www.underclass-music.com
Germany: 2007
Length: CD1: 54:05, CD2: 55:15

Line-Up on the CD:
Vocals: Jürgen Engler
Guitars: Marcel Zürcher
Bass: Rüdiger Esch
Drums: Oliver Röhl
Keyboards: Ralf Dörper

Staff review by
I've never been too much into the music of Die Krupps but I have a lot of respect for this band and "Too Much History" (a new compilation with a new production) proves me that in the end, I can enjoy a lot their music. If you talk about Industrial music from Germany, everybody will talk about Rammstein or maybe Oomph! but can you tell me where those bands were when Die Krupps released their first CD "Stahlwerksinfonie" in 1981? I know it wasn't really Metal back then and the first albums of the combo were really Electro "à la sauce 80's" but the band has released also some cool Industrial Metal albums and this compilation will be a perfect way to discover the 25 years of music of this excellent band. I really hope that this CD will be like a revelation for some you, the band deserves it!

published 28.11.2007 | Comments (2)

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