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OOMPH!

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electrohead-ew The debut album by Oomph! released on the legendary Machinery label at the beginning of the 90s: Great pumping straight Electronic Body Music with killer tracks like "Mein Herz", "Ich Bin Du" , "Gleichschritt" and "Der Neue Gott", including the great 12" "Der Neue Gott" and a demo version of "Mein Herz" as bonus. A classic EBM release very worth to be listened to! Favorite track: Mein Herz.
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Mein Herz 03:55
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Breathe 04:14
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Wir Leben 03:21
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Purple Skin 04:20
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Ich Bin Du 06:12
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Sick Song 05:57
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The debut by one of Germany`s most iconic rock acts starts out with a grim and rather apt sample – the overture to a landmark release in the field of Electronic Body Music in 1992. Berlin-based producer Jor Mulder signed OOMPH! in 1990 to his electro label Machinery Records. It`s only natural the self-titled album first caught on with the EBM / electro scene, but since OOMPH! worked with rock influences and catchy songwriting right from the start, just one scene soon became much too small for the trio. Über-hit ‘Ich bin Du‘ crashed the top ten of the US Independent Charts in 1992 / 93 and led to a sold-out live debut in New York – the start of huge things to come! After being out of print and highly sought after for years, you can finally lay your hands on a repress of this classic OOMPH! album!

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released March 29, 2019

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OOMPH! Wolfsburg, Germany

Oomph! [umf] slang = energetic, sex appeal, punch, vitality, exciting

OOMPH! being on top of German Rock is the result of lots of hard work and fearless creativity. In 1990 CRAP (Guitars, Keyboards) and FLUX (Guitars, Samples) founded OOMPH! in Wolfsburg and shaped a new musical scene in Germany with bands like Rammstein, who later named OOMPH! as one of their influences. ... more

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