Thank you Sascha!
ssguitars | Chicago, Illinois United States | 06/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hey, could this cd be any cooler? What a great pairing, Giorgio Moroder mixing KMFDM!"
Pretty poor single, 2 songs, 4 minute version of title track
Geoffrey Johnson | Lake Villa, IL United States | 03/23/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
""Be my, sister salvation; closer now - see the revelation." The title track, Juke-Joint Jezebel is one good techno / industrial song, with a nice beat, good kicking bass for which make this song great to dance to. This version of Juke-Joint Jezebel is a 4 minute edit. Kraut is 5 minutes long and offers a completely different industrial beat, with a heavy guitar, a quick beat from a drum machine, a xylophone and a keyboard. This is not a very appealing song when compared to Juke-Joint Jezebel. With a review of two songs, its time to say, that there are only two songs! Which is why this single is selling new for around fifty cents. At least with that price, this makes it a worthwhile single to at least give a listen to. On the cover is a traditional KMFDM sketching of a woman with short hair and a large, singing into a microphone. The insert of the jewel case has the lyrics to Juke-Joint Jezebel, but not Kraut."
Stephen | 04/04/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"OK.... this isn't the longest single ever but you can find it for about 2 bucks these days. If you're into KMFDM and you see it, buy it, because Kraut kicks much ass, and the edit of JJJ isn't bad, but buy Nihil if you're just starting and leave this for real fans."