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Uaioe
Kmfdm
Uaioe
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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This long out of print masterpiece from the band's Wax Trax era has been digitally re-mastered and includes a CD booklet, the original album art, extensive liner notes, lyrics, and never before seen band photos.

      
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All Artists: Kmfdm
Title: Uaioe
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Metropolis Records
Release Date: 9/12/2006
Album Type: Original recording remastered
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 782388044127

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Album Description
This long out of print masterpiece from the band's Wax Trax era has been digitally re-mastered and includes a CD booklet, the original album art, extensive liner notes, lyrics, and never before seen band photos.

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Thank you so much...FINALLY!
Ryan Lovejoy | 09/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"i would say that these albums are a much needed breath of life into the rotting corpse of classic, lost, and forgotten KMFDM awesomeness....everything is better about the new metropolis records releases than the wax trax/tvt releases. first, they are a TON cheaper, not to mention easier to find...you can buy a brand new one for less than you would spend on those used things...second, the sound is mega improved over the old ones...so now you can actually mix these UAIOE, DBYT, and WDYKD tracks in playlists with Attak, WWIII, and Hau Ruck without being frustrated at the scratchieness and volume differences...and finally, the packaging is much more attractive and informative....you get a nice little story about the album, some nice photos of the band, and lyrics finally!...and this album, UAIOE, informed me that the Jamaican band member Morgan Adjei, had died....sad, since i loved his voice and contribution to this amazing album and i know why this lineup was never present again.

if i was forced by gun to choose a flaw with the reissues, i may say the lack of bonus b-sides and remixes, but thats way too petty to detract from these stellar reissues.

so i say, throw out your old shoddy copies and get this...support the band and learn a fact or two about the album....cant wait for the rest!"
Industrial reggae is always a refreshing and awesome sound
Ryan Lovejoy | 05/01/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"i must say that out of all kmfdm's albums i have heard that this is the most danceable. well, along with money and naive(hell to go) of course..still need to hear the original naive. hehe. anyways, this album starts out very strong. stronger than i thought it would for people always bad mouthing pre-angst kmfdm. i wish they would have done another album with this line-up. the reggae influences are very amazing! also, the sound is great for being such an old un-remastered album. the price is worth it, but not too expensive...id gladly buy this for 50 dollars or less. anyways, the beats in this will have you rocking your head and tapping your feet.

by the way, this album may have the best front cover of all kmfdm's albums.

loving can be an art indeed!"
KMFDM is stronger than never ever before!
Ross Bodger | Minnesota | 10/15/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great time to be a KMFDM fan. Not only are they releasing awesome new music in the form of Hau Ruck and the Ruck Zuck EP, they are releasing remastered versions of their classic back catalog. One thing I always disliked about old KMFDM was the sound level on their discs was always so long. Not anymore! Everything about this package is great. Old and new fans alike owe it to themselves to pick this up."