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KMFDM - Xtort herunterladen Darsteller: KMFDM
Titel: Xtort
Stil: Industrial, Poetry
Etikett: Wax Trax! Records, TVT Records
# Cat: TVT7242-2
Freigegeben: 25 Jun 1996
Land: US
FLAC album: 2010 mb
MP3 album: 2236 mb
Bewertung: 4.3
Genre: Elektronische / Rock / Nicht Musik

Trackliste

1Apathy
Guitar [Additional] – Mark Durante
3:10
2Untitled
Narrator, Written-By – Jr. BlackmailPiano – Günter Schulz
4:26
3Ikons
Noises [Lawnchairs, Rubble, Rocks & Dirt] – F.M. EinheitOther [Monopoly] – Sascha Konietzko
4:11
4Son Of A Gun
Noises [Drill & Vacuum-cleaner] – Ron LoweWritten-By – Van Eaton
4:23
5Blame
Bass – Günter SchulzSaxophone – Steve FinckleTrombone – Bob SamborskiTrumpet – Jack Kramer, Mike CichowiczVocals – Jennifer Ginsberg
4:05
6Craze
Drum Machine [Tr-909, Tr-606] – Sascha KonietzkoSynthesizer [Tb-303] – Sascha KonietzkoVocals – Dorona Alberti
3:33
7Rules
Organ [Hammond B-3] – Bruce BreckenfeldSynthesizer [Pro-one] – Sascha Konietzko
4:07
8Power
Voice [Aah's & Uhmm's] – En Esch
5:26
9Wrath
Noises [Sounds/noise] – John Van EatonOther [Everything Else] – Sascha Konietzko
5:42
10Inane
Guitar [Solo] – En EschSynthesizer [Ms-404] – Sascha KonietzkoVoice [Voice-over] – Bruce Bendinger
5:29
11Dogma
Noises [Whipping, Banging, And Breaking Stuff] – F.M. EinheitSynthesizer [Jd-800, Rogue] – Sascha KonietzkoVocals – Nicole BlackmanWritten-By – Blackman
4:06

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TVT7242-2, TVT7242-2VKMFDM Xtort ‎(CD, Album)Wax Trax! Records, TVT Records, A&M RecordsTVT7242-2, TVT7242-2VCanada1996
724384204426, 7243 8420442 6KMFDM Xtort ‎(CD, Album)Wax Trax! Records, Labels, TVT Records, KMFDM Enterprises724384204426, 7243 8420442 6France1996
IRS 993.623KMFDM Xtort ‎(CD, Album)Intercord Record ServiceIRS 993.623Germany1996
TVT 7242-4KMFDM Xtort ‎(Cass, Album)Wax Trax! RecordsTVT 7242-4Malaysia1996
MET 476, MET476KMFDM Xtort ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Metropolis, MetropolisMET 476, MET476US2007

Credits

  • ArtworkBrute
  • BassSascha Konietzko (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 9)
  • DrumsSascha Konietzko (tracks: 1 to 3), William Rieflin (tracks: 5 to 10)
  • EngineerChris Shepard
  • Engineer [Add. Engineering]Ron Lowe
  • Engineer [Asst. Engineer]Claudine Pontier
  • GuitarGünter Schulz
  • Guitar [Slide]Mark Durante (tracks: 3, 6)
  • LoopsSascha Konietzko (tracks: 1, 3 to 9)
  • ManagementCharlie Hewitt
  • Mastered ByKonrad Strauss
  • Photography – Günter Schulz
  • Producer [Production Assistant]John H. Van Eaton
  • Producer, Mixed ByChris Shepard, Günter Schulz, Sascha Konietzko
  • Sampler [Samples]Sascha Konietzko (tracks: 3 to 9)
  • Synthesizer [Nord Lead]Sascha Konietzko (tracks: 1, 2, 4)
  • Synthesizer [Sh-101]Sascha Konietzko (tracks: 7, 8)
  • Typography [Type]Jim Marcus
  • VocalsCheryl Wilson (tracks: 1, 3, 6), Chris Connelly (tracks: 3, 4, 7, 9), Dorona Alberti (tracks: 8, 9), Sascha Konietzko (tracks: 1 to 9)
  • Written-ByConnelly (tracks: 3, 4, 7, 9), Einheit (tracks: 5, 9), Schulz, Durante (tracks: 2, 3, 6), Konietzko

Hinweise

℗ & © 1996 Wax Trax! Records, Inc.

Printed in Canada

Insert incorrectly lists track 10's duration as 6:66.66.
Back cover lists track 10 as track 0.
Track 10.1 includes 13 seconds of silence at the end of the song.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 0 1658172422 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): [Specialty Records Corportion logo] 4R TVT 7242-2 SRC##01 M1S1
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2U4L
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): [Specialty Records Corportion logo] 4R TVT 7242-2 SRC##01 M1S2
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2U2I
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): [Specialty Records Corportion logo] 4R TVT 7242-2 SRC##01 M1S3
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 2U2R

Unternehmen

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wax Trax! Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Wax Trax! Records, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Classic Digital, Evanston, IL
  • Recorded At – Chicago Recording Company
  • Mixed At – Chicago Recording Company
  • Recorded At – Hole In The Wall Studio, Seattle
  • Mixed At – Hole In The Wall Studio, Seattle
  • Published By – KMFDM Ent. US
  • Published By – Spurburn
  • Manufactured By – TVT Records
  • Glass Mastered At – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Distributed By – TVT Records

Video

Album

Xtort by KMFDM, released 06 March 2007 1. Power 2. Apathy 3. Rules 4. Craze 5. Dogma 6. Inane 7. Blame 8. Son Of A Gun 9. Ikons 10. Wrath 11. Fairy Metropolis Records presents more KMFDM Classic re-releases. These long out of print essentials from the bands Wax Trax Records days have been unavailable for years. Now, Metropolis Records is putting them out in the order in which they debuted. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 10 USD. XTORT CD. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. Xtort stylized as XTOЯT is the ninth studio album by German industrial band KMFDM, released on 25 June 1996 by Wax Trax Records. It was recorded from the end of 1995 through early 1996, shortly after the death of Wax Trax co-founder and band friend Jim Nash. Xtort features a variety of guest artists from the industrial music scene and studio musicians from other genres, but includes limited participation from core member En Esch. Released 1996. Xtort Tracklist. Power Lyrics. XTORT doesn't sound markedly different than KMFDM's other releases - there are still the bruising mechanical drum beats and numbingly drilling guitars, combined with barked vocals. What's noticeable about XTORT - their first album since industrial broke into the Top 40 with Nine Inch Nails' The Downward Spiral - is how the band made no concessions to the poprock mainstream whatsoever. They are still the same grimy, dank heavy dance band they were in the '80s. Xtort, 2007. Power, 05:26. Apathy, 03:10. Listen free to KMFDM Xtort Power, Apathy and more. 11 tracks 48:38. Xtort stylized as XTOЯT is the ninth studio album by industrial rock group KMFDM. It was recorded in Chicago, Illinois, from the end of 1995 through early 1996, shortly after the death of Wax Trax co-founder and band friend Jim Nash. The album was massively promoted by TVT Records, which pressed tens of thousands of free copies of the first singl. Published By KMFDM Ent. Published By Spurburn. Manufactured By TVT Records. Glass Mastered At Specialty Records Corporation. Pressed By Specialty Records Corporation. Distributed By TVT Records. Xtort CD, Album. Wax Trax Records, TVT Records, A&M Records. TVT7242-2, TVT7242-2V. 이 버전 판매. Album 1996 11 Songs. More By KMFDM. See by KMFDM Year: 1996 Overall rank: 37,484th. Average Rating: 72100 from 7 votes. KMFDM - Xtort CD 1996, Wax Trax Records Condition: Like New. Time left: 7h 48m 2s Ships to: Worldwide. KMFDM XTORT CD 1996 Wax Trax Industrial Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1d 2h 10m 15s Ships to: Worldwide. KMFD CD LOT OF 3 Split, Xtort & Vogue Pre-Owned Condition Condition: Good. Time left: 3d 18h 31m 5s Ships to: Worldwide. Or consider a donation

Kommentare: (2)
Golden freddi
KMFDM's eighth studio album, and just barely their second best, the only thing that makes this album slightly of less quality than "Nihl" is the fact that old bandmate and collaborator Raymond Watts had once again departed from the fold. This doesn't say much bad about the album though, still easily their second best effort, and of equal production quality as Nihil (they easily both could've been a double album), there is even a few standout tracks that really stand out in general even in their entire catalog, tracks like "Dogma" showing that even after eight albums, KMFDM could still come up with an original approach to writing a track that would catch fans off guard. Same goes for this album as Nihil, each song is worth listening to and counts, so almost no point in dissecting them. At this point they had their sound down to a science. It's also worth mentioning that Sasha has said before that this was in his opinion the best KMFDM album, or at least his favorite. Listen and enjoy!
Zieryn
My favorite album of all time, and yes, I'd say it's better than "Nihil" (their breakout) by a hair. This album is like an experimental warzone. There is SO much experimentation throughout this album with Jazz, female vocals, various objects used during recording (see liner notes), that it pretty much makes a genre all by itself.

Every track on this album is perfect. From the ground shaking "Son of a Gun", to the scarily prophetic "Dogma" and the almost war-like feeling of "Power", this album delivers and it delivers every time. If you have a sound system, your ass WILL be blown away if the bass is pumped up. This album is one of their heaviest.

The "secret" ending of this album is hilarious with some dirty poetry being read, although I don't know WHO is reading it. It's a nice touch to top off the best album of all time.