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  1. DrilOne

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    1000 Homo DJs - Supernaut (ministry Cover) Side project by guys from Ministry and others, This was sung by Trent Reznor but he had to deny it as he label didnt approve.





    Just love this cover




    Cranes








    Apoptygma Berzerk - Fade to Black (metallica cover)
     
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    I remember that, for me was also very disappointment the cancellation, but I was lucky to see Raymond few years after with KMFDM tour



    great bands everybody is posting thanks
     
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    Ahh DrilOne, those posts are totally like my teenage years all over again!

    Pigface

    Hips, Tits, Lips, Power!

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    Temple of Love '92

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    Picked this up in '79 at the legendary Tower Records in SF because I loved that the band's name referenced Dadaism. Now the song title makes me think of flippers. 8)

     
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    Nag Nag Nag in the Batcave Post!!!

    Yeah, I've always had a bit of a grudge for that toy because of the name. There was another Nag Nag Nag though; a club in mid-2000s London modeled after the old Batcave. In fact, NNN was curated by Jonny Slut (formerly of Specimen) and featured his newest band Atomizer frequently. The old Batcave was curated by Olli Wisdom (formerly/currently of Specimen) and the house band there was Specimen. Surprise, surprise!

    Atomizer

    Hooked On Radiation

    Fad Gadget

    Ricky's Hand

    The Normal

    Warm Leatherette

    Electronicat

    Frisco Bay

    Virgin Prunes

    Baby Turns Blue

    Bauhaus

    Kick In the Eye

    Brilliant

    Scream Like An Angel

    Atomizer

    Beauty Smashed Forever

    Thanks for the tunes and support Dean. :!: :mrgreen: :!:
     
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    So who went to clubs in NYC?
    I went to The Bank, Newer Batcave, Mother, Pyramid and few others. Also went to Slimelight in London.



     
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    x inifinty.
    I saw them as a headliner once (I was there for various opening bands), horrid horrid stuff and I swear every fan there was a skinhead. But maybe that was just the cleveland show.
     
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    Time to watch both versions of The Wicker Man again, apparently...

    Nosferatu

    The Wiccaman

    Nosferatu

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    Tortured by a Sense of Humour
     
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    ahahaha... definitely not like that at the LA shows. Skinheads are delightfully sparse around here.

    For any LA rivets, Suicide Commando, Aesthetic Perfection, Youth Code (yay!) and more will be playing at the Avalon April 27th. Sounds like a mini festival for 30 bones. Not too shabby!!! And Leaether Strip is touring... awwwww yeah. Gotta go see my boy Claus :twisted:
     
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    Whoo! Leæther Strip!! Here's a very young Claus performing live with musical support by Psychopomps. Yes, he used to look like Vanilla Ice. 8)


    Crash Flight 232

     
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    NOIR

    My Dear

    Noise Box

    Monkey Ass

    PTP

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    Obviously MBM didn't invent sampling, but to my ears this catchy oldie really put the "manifesto" in Meat Beat Manifesto, with its scintillating use of numerous recognizable samples (e.g. one of the countless remixes of New Order's "Blue Monday," at least two songs from Bowie's "Young Americans" a bit of flute that I think comes from Herbie Mann, the Lost in Space robot, etc.) combined with the declaration "makin' it mine." I wasn't too crazy about most EBM that stemmed from this musical moment, but at the time, gems like this seemed like a brilliant call to arms. Steve Reich's "It's Gonna Rain" and Gavin Bryars' "Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet" just weren't danceable. :)

     
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    great link, Dean. Never heard old MBM, and that was quite a revelation. A few light years ahead from all the mash-up madness that has infiltrated pop culture musically in the last few years.
     
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    Jack Dangers has so much funk that he needs his own shipping company to move it!


    "A Shangri-La in the Desert With Cuddly Tiger" from Forbidden Planet Explored


    "Musica Classica" from At the Center

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    Many Machines

    Industrial Heads

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    Little Flipper
     
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    Couldn't really find a better place to post this and figured if anyone might find this interesting like I did, they'd probably be in this thread.

    I'd never heard this story before (not a huge boxing fan) but I am really into MMA fighting and love everything about the concept of walkout songs, so this totally made my week and is now my all-time favorite sports story (maybe only 2nd to Doc Ellis's no-no)...

    http://www.theawl.com/2014/06/a-man-walks-into-a-boxing-ring

    Anyone like me growing up in the 80s and 90s had to at least have a passing curiosity/interest in the freakshow/phenomenon that is Mike Tyson and if you're a Coil fan as well, then, get ready to have a big ole grin pasted across your face!
     
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    I saw this the other day. I know there is a lot of people questioning if it's actually a coil song, or if it's just something whipped up for the walk out music. The person writing the article seems confident, but I can't find any confirmed references or exact song IDs. I would really hope it's actually coil, but would love to know for sure.
    Regardless, it's great that he picked that to walk out to.
    I'm am a fight fan, but would never consider walking into a ring in a million years... that said, I've thought about what spooky walkout music I would use... ha ha. :oops: Nerdy I know...
     
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    I'm deep into the new Royksopp EP. Best norwegian release this month on top of Mayhem, Den Saakaldte and close second Burzum :D

     
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    Yeah, I couldn't tell for sure either, but definitely great if it is.

    I'm with you 100% on walking into a ring - those guys are full-on nuts, but it's pretty great some of the weird shit they walk out to sometimes. You see a few weeks ago, that free Fight Night in Germany when that Swede, Niklas Backstrom, walked out to Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car"??!! What a freak! (and then pulls off a totally rad sub win!)... unless Tracy Chapman is really popular in Sweden or something, then maybe it's less of a big deal.

    And I bet more fans than you think have fantasized about what their walkout songs would be. Me and my fight fan friends actually put together a mix compilation where we took turns picking fantasy walkout songs!
     
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    This would be my pick:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kf1Vt6r-sj8
    :mrgreen:

    It's funny, the more I listen to that Mike Tyson walk in music the more I'm sure I've heard it. Lots of people say it's a coil track that came out years and years after the fight (it's clearly wrong), and there are a few really close guesses of SPK etc., but nothing is bang on. The rhythm is quite distinct in that track, and none of the suggestions fit.
     
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    Ahh! I need to sit in this thread all day and just rant about why I love Wolfsheim!!!
     
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    Wolfsheim is fantastic...Once In A Lifetime is a banger...Covenant's "Dead Stars" rules too.

     
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    ^ Loved that !

    Does Outrun classified as synthpop ?







     
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    Embedding the Tyson v Spinks video for easy access:



    It just doesn't seem like Coil to me, but then it could be one of the many outtakes from the Rotorvator - Scatology era, which are similar to that sound. On the other hand it reminds me of...

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    Nefasth, to your entire post, the answer is yes. Very interesting stuff my friend!
     

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