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Stray Bullet - KMFDM - Symbols (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Aug 02,  · Song Stray Bullet; Artist KMFDM; Album Symbols; Licensed to YouTube by INgrooves (on behalf of Metropolis Records); BMI - Broadcast Music .
  2. In all, this is as good as many of KMFDM's '90s albums, and is a fine place for newcomers to start. The clean, detailed production is of top quality, and many of the tunes -- like "Megalomaniac" and "Anarchy" -- are exceptional. But for those who have been following the band, Symbols offers few surprises.6/
  3. Jun 10,  · Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves Stray Bullet · KMFDM Symbols Released on: Writer, Composer: Sasha Konietzko Writer, Composer: En Esch Writer, Composer: Gunter Schulz Auto-generated by.
  4. They came scratched up (in a sealed album) and leave paper dust all over the disc. Having the tracklist reordered really messed with my head, but since the songs aren't mixed together it doesn't affect the sound. Somewhat jarring going from Megalomaniac into Leid Und Elend instead of Stray Bullet /5(31).
  5. KMFDM - Symbols Ivan LaCroix; 10 videos; 76, views; Last updated on Oct 30, Save. Sign in to YouTube. Sign in. KMFDM- Megalomaniac by Dan Kuney. KMFDM - Stray Bullet by.
  6. KMFDM (originally Kein Mitleid Für Die Mehrheit, "loosely" translated by the band as "no pity for the majority") is an industrial rock band led by German multi-instrumentalist Sascha Konietzko, who founded the group in as a performance art project in Hamburg, Germany. The group's earliest incarnation included German drummer En Esch and British vocalist Raymond Watts, the latter of whom.
  7. KMFDM song lyrics for album Symbols. Tracks: Megalomaniac, Stray Bullet, Leid und Elend, Mercy, Torture, Spit Sperm, Anarchy, Down and Out, Unfit, Waste.
  8. Emerging from the European underground in the s, German firebrands KMFDM were part of the industrial wave that crashed the mainstream in the '90s alongside kindred spirits Nine Inch Nails, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, and Ministry. With their bold, propaganda-styled album covers and techno-metal anthems, they placed more focus on pulsing dance beats and provocative messages than.
  9. Listen to your favorite songs from Symbols by KMFDM Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

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