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Old 23rd November 2002, 11:39 PM   #1
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Cool industrial music for industrial people

Hi guys and girls. I guess the name says it all. Hope to hear from you on the subject - so this is not really a question yet, but an information exchange link. I'm sure questions will follow. Stan
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Old 24th November 2002, 01:44 AM   #2
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industrial eh?

well im a fan of old kmfdm pig front242 as well as aphex twin, funkervogt autechre etc... this is along the lines of what ur tlaking about right??
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Old 24th November 2002, 01:58 AM   #3
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old school is what I consider real industrial...so..try this are my favorites ..

esplendor geometrico, whitehouse, throbbing glistle, merzbow....this are quite noisy but i think the limit betwen noise and industrial is very thin or nonexistent...at least in my concept of industrial...

i also like f242 very much...great band!!!!

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So you must feel Godlike. For all KMFDM fans, you probably know what I'm talking about.

My old favourites are Front 242, Klinik, Front Line Assembly, Block 52, old Delerium (late 80's), Project Pitchfork, Laibach, Sleep Chamber, Muslimgause, Ministry, Split Second, Clock DVA, Siglo XX.

The new ones are a bit different, but still good: Apoptygma Berzerk, Die Form, C-Tech, VNV Nation, Wolfsheim, Cruxshadows, The Dust of Basement, Wumpscut.

But as long as I look back, I think it all started with the Ramones "It's Alive".

Stan, welcome to the forum. Are you planning to build an Aleph?
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Great to hear from someone so soon.
I found a link to what it says 'industrial music database'.
I tried it - great ! What can I say...
I wanted to share it with you. Got a lot of new stuff never dreamed of following this thread.
Stop talking Stan !:
here it is:
http://www-kzsu.stanford.edu/eklein/index.html

I don't know who the guy is, but seems to be the right age to remember the beginnigs of this kind. Never mind - glad to have him there.
Talk to you soon,
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Old 24th November 2002, 04:08 AM   #6
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Hey Peter!
Glad to see ya!
Me - godlike? haha, no, me = <--- God!!!
Just kidding.., I could never make a great tune like that..
What else could a neo...hmmm ..something say against a moderator, haha, got me on my back begging for forgiveness.
Anyways, as the 'red green guy says', we are all in this together.

I've read some stuff by the guy from Sleep Chamber recently. He addmitted to be a n avid junky - and the 'barbiturattes' in following. Hmmm.. what do you think? Drugs good or bad in this business....
I have also some quite neat songs by them (the barbituettes) - they formed 'woman of sodom' fling, quite good. There is a link to downoad it free - if you interested. Good stuff.
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I've never heard about the barbituettes., send me a link.

As to drugs, I guess some people might need it to create music like this. But for me, music alone is a drug, not to mention that I have to keep a clear mind if I want to finish all the projects I started.
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few photos of them too..
hmmmm....
tasty... nice...
all - just personal thing, i hate drugs for example.
i will send a link tomorrow - interesting.
It is still 9:30pme here, so if iI have time I will do it tonight.
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Originally posted by Stan Gielewski

http://www-kzsu.stanford.edu/eklein/index.html

I don't know who the guy is, but seems to be the right age to remember the beginnigs of this kind. Never mind - glad to have him there.
Great list, it seems like he didn't miss anybody.
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