Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Music for a Slaughtering Tribe 2
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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The One That Started the :Wumpscut: Buzz
SandmanVI | Glen Allen, VA United States | 03/24/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"MFAST was the 1st full official release and featured Rudy's breakthrough smash "Soylent Green", a musical adaptation of the twisted sci-fi classic film. You can find earlier :W: material re-released as 'The Mesner Tracks' but this was the 1st true album. MFAST is not as layered or dense as later releases, but its straightforward, linear approach to EBM is both dark and powerful. His rage was almost at full strength here. On to the songs themselves..."Soylent Green" is the main reason that MFAST is an essential piece of electro industrial. It was one of the biggest underground dance hits of the 90's with its undeniable, stark hook and pounding beat. The vocals are as angst-filled as any. "Concrete Rage" is a typical early :W: song with straight-ahead synth bars and distorted angry vocals/lyrics. "She's Dead" is a sample-filled, atmospheric piece. There are other good ones too and maybe a few weaker ones.The remixes on Disc 2 are a throw-in but aren't the highlight here. The original MFAST is why you need this debut by a major industrial artist."
Dark , beautiful look at life
rotgutz | McMinnville, TN United States | 02/19/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As I would call it, a Wumpscut sampler cd. It has all the different styles that rudy uses in his work. A dark industrial ride chock full of evil goodness. If you are new to Wumpscut this is a great starting point. Also check out bloodchild."
Classic dark aggro ebm
X | germany | 05/09/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"i owned the original mfast for a while but lately i purchased this double disc because my original is wickedly scratched. anyway, this is basically the original mfast with a different track order and a remix cd. the remix cd is pretty useless, i don't like one of the remixes on here even if they were remixed by artist i usually like, (i.e. aghast view, haujobb, dive etc.) back to the original mfast. this is a classic of harsh, dark ebm. it kicks in with soylent green, which was the first wumpscut song i ever listened to and it still remains one of my favorites. with it's dark atmospheric organ like synth lines and heavy beats it is a excellent song, dark, danceable and aggressive. the german samples from the movie soilent green also add to the atmosphere. other standout tracks are fear in motion, a more danceable but equally dark song, with mildly distorted female vocals, the furious concrete rage and the more quiet but disturbing she's dead. short, this is a classic of modern ebm, i fully recommend this to anyone who claims to like the industrial genre"