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KMFDM - D.I.Y. (Vinyl)


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  1. KMFDM Sucks Money (37) Rocks UK Tour (6) Salvation (29) Split Tour (8) Sturm & Drang Tour (32) Symbols Tour (50) The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste (42) USSA (18) We Are KMFDM (19) WTF?! Tour (33) WWIII (18).
  2. KMFDM "D.I.Y.": A new revolution The ultimate war KMFDM is back for more Twice in mayhem Triple the force Ten t.
  3. Back in the late s early s KMFDM was re-releasing all their singles as 7" vinyl singles. Being the unabashed KMFDM fan I am, I had to get them. D.I.Y. actually wasn't an original single by KMFDM, so for them release it in this form, using the ADIOS cover art is kind of interesting.
  4. "D.I.Y." KMFDM: 22 Limited release of 7" vinyl singles 1 January "Adios" KMFDM: 23 Limited release of 7" vinyl singles 1 February "Day of Light" KMFDM: 24 Limited release of 7" vinyl singles 14 September "Godlike " KMFDM Limited release of 1, CD singles; also available indefinitely as a download. 17 December
  5. SKOLD vs. KMFDM was available exclusively through the KMFDM Store in fan-friendly CD, audiophile Vinyl and high quality MP3 formats. After an extensive 25th anniversary world tour, the band brought in with a bang, releasing Krieg, 12 tracks of new, diverse and exciting remixes of tracks from Blitz reworked by top names across the musical.
  6. KMFDM Sturm & Drang Tour DVD. DVD/VIDEO () · $ add to cart. Last year, after a short stint as MDFMK, KMDFM released "ATTAK" to the delight of fans, critics, and skeptics alike. The aggro-electro messiahs had returned, and what better way to celebrate than with their grueling Sturm & Drang North American Tour.
  7. Sep 28,  · D.I.Y. (Edit) It was released on 14 October on Metropolis/KMFDM Records on both CD and vinyl. $ Kunst. KMFDM. $ WTF?! KMFDM. WTF?! is the seventeenth studio album by German industrial band KMFDM, released on April 26, , on KMFDM Records and Metropolis Records. The regular line-up of Sascha Konietzko, Lucia Cifarelli /5(45).
  8. KMFDM were among the first industrial bands I ever heard, when a friend loaned me the single for More & Faster. It contained 3 tracks, all of which are classics--besides the title track, it also included Rip The System and Naff Off. Okay, so maybe Naff Off is just a personal favorite, but I think the other.

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