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EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN - "Kalte Sterne" (1981)

Berlin, Germany

Along with Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle, Einstürzende Neubauten was one of the key forces in the development of industrial music. Much of the music is made from found objects, rather than typical instruments. Not as good as their first official LP, Kollaps, but few things are really. The drumming and sampling on "Pygmäen" is my favorite part of the record.

A1 Kalte Sterne 4:13
B1 Aufrecht Gehen 3:48
C1 Ehrlicher Stein 0:59
C2 Pygmäen 1:19
D1 Schwarz 4:14

More from Einstürzende Neubauten:

Associated acts:
ABWÄRTS - "Amok Koma" (1980)

Recommended listening:
THROBBING GRISTLE - "The Second Annual Report" (1977)
CABARET VOLTAIRE - "Mix-Up" (1979)
SPK - "Information Overload Unit" (1980)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

great album, thanks!
grettings from Honduras