Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
MDFMK (Megalomaniac / Anarchy / Unfit - REMIXES) - 6 track EP
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Billy Idol tried and failed, KMFDM blows it out of the water
Dror Shem Tov | Tel Aviv, Israel | 06/13/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
""This is Counter-culture, From the underground, Eternal Revolution, This is our sound. KMFDM, better than the best, Megalomaniacal, and harder than the rest."KMFDM, "Megalomaniac".The impossible to achieve by so many attempts such as Rock, Metal and Punk artists like Billy Idol's "Cyberpunk" and several others, KMFDM, artists in numerous musical genres have topped themselves and everyone else once again.This single gives you a great idea of how the cyberpunk culture (Which, by the way, never survived the walls of Trendism) wouldv'e look like, had it existed. Metal, Roaring guitars, Along with great use of synths, 3oh3'z, 9oh9'z, and it goes a lot more further than the usual "We-Have-This-Really-Great-Studio-With-Synths-In-It" bands.KMFDM were always ahead of their time, and blew every musical defenition out of the water. May they keep doing so to this day."
MDFMK doing it well.
Michelle | Columbus, Ohio USA | 05/06/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I love all the remixes on this CD. If you love Symbols by KMFDM then you will definitely love these remixes. This CD is hard to find, I never see it anywhere else but here at Amazon.com."
If not for it all, get it for the Anarchy Mixes!
Michelle | 11/13/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD was pretty amazing, but I mainly enjoyed the Anarchy mixes. Perhaps it was because that was my favorite song at the time. The Fusako and the God And The State mixes both have a very nice instrumental-type solo within them, and it's nice to listen to over and over, because of their enhanced melody. The megalomaniac mixes focus more upon the beat, and DJ Talla makes it a sort of dance club mix. It's decent. Unfit wasn't a favorite of mine either, but it grows on you. The Unfit mix is well done, Gunter Schulz does a good job, and makes it just as good as the original, if not better. Overall, it's worth the cost. It's something different."