any old school industrial fans in here?

any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby BAIN » Wed Dec 14, 2016 9:48 am

thoughts on this record
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby version sound » Wed Dec 14, 2016 10:13 am

Reminds me more of Nitzer Ebb than what I would call "old school industrial" (e.g., early Einsturzende Neaubauten and Test Dept), but I do kind of like it.
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby xxxMidgexxx » Wed Dec 14, 2016 10:24 am

version sound wrote:Reminds me more of Nitzer Ebb than what I would call "old school industrial" (e.g., early Einsturzende Neaubauten and Test Dept), but I do kind of like it.


All of this ^ is accurate.
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby earthdog70 » Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:53 am

I used to listen to Ministry and Skinny Puppy in the early 1990's. Anyone remember a band called The Final Cut :?: I still pull out "Consumed" every once and awhile.
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby BAIN » Fri Dec 16, 2016 10:09 am

version sound wrote:Reminds me more of Nitzer Ebb than what I would call "old school industrial" (e.g., early Einsturzende Neaubauten and Test Dept), but I do kind of like it.


what genre would you label Nitzer Ebb as?
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby version sound » Fri Dec 16, 2016 10:28 am

BAIN wrote:
version sound wrote:Reminds me more of Nitzer Ebb than what I would call "old school industrial" (e.g., early Einsturzende Neaubauten and Test Dept), but I do kind of like it.


what genre would you label Nitzer Ebb as?


Still industrial, I guess, just not "old school." At some point in the mid/late '80s, industrial took a much more electronic turn. I still associate "industrial" with people bashing on sheet metal more than drum machines.
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby xxxMidgexxx » Sat Dec 17, 2016 12:37 am

Nitzer Ebb is a tough band to classify, yeah for the time they were called industrial.

I still consider industrial old Neubotin, Controlled Bleeding early stuff. Go seek out Volume 1 of the Dry Lungs series on Placebo records. THAT is the clinical definition of industrial music. Probably one of the best samplers ever. Truth be known, ALL of the volumes are terrific as they cover different texture of industrial (not using conventional instruments.

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Dry-Lungs/release/218565

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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby JGJR » Mon Dec 19, 2016 10:15 am

version sound wrote:
BAIN wrote:
version sound wrote:Reminds me more of Nitzer Ebb than what I would call "old school industrial" (e.g., early Einsturzende Neaubauten and Test Dept), but I do kind of like it.


what genre would you label Nitzer Ebb as?


Still industrial, I guess, just not "old school." At some point in the mid/late '80s, industrial took a much more electronic turn. I still associate "industrial" with people bashing on sheet metal more than drum machines.


Technically EBM (Electronic Body Music) but yeah they definitely got called "industrial" a lot in the late '80s and early '90s. That Total Age is a classic. I love that album.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_body_music
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby Knutsen » Sat Dec 24, 2016 6:20 am

I try to catch every Einstürzende Neubauten show here in Berlin, when it is not too outrageous expensive.
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Re: any old school industrial fans in here?

Postby Jimmy Heartburn » Tue Dec 27, 2016 12:10 pm

I saw Skinny Puppy the last 2 times they played here. I was never a huge fan but they're one of my go's favourites. They do put on a great show though.
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