Label: Beton Kopf Media - bkm etah 03 bif • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered, Reissue Back-is-front Edition 2 • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Experimental, Industrial
Remixes and B - Sides from the earlier days of Wumpscut, this release is as strong as any of the other releases. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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Customer reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Audio CD. If you like harsh terror EBM i. The CD is made up of a collection of tracks that were released on different compilations in the early s, many of which would be extremely difficult to find today. For a DJ, this might be a way to actually find older material that could be suitable for mixing with or into other material and surprising your club regulars.
It is very easy to really recognize the influence that Denmark's Claus Larsen Leather Strip and Klute had on Rudy's early work, as it is presented in the Mesner Tracks. Similarly, this CD was instrumental in influencing the extremely popular and controversial German band Feindflug. My favorite tracks include: the more subdued "Lindbergh", Rudy's take on the Terminator theme "Crate", "Running Killer", and "Cold Cell" which features female vocals.
Though I think many people will learn to appreciate the album, I am certain Feed Me Good - Various - Jazz, Soul, Funk N Grooves Vol 1 if you are looking for music that sounds more like Wumpscut's more recent releases, such as Wreath of Barbs, Bone Peeler, or Evoke, that you will not immediately take to this CD. However, UK Decay (Remastered) - :wumpscut: - :The Mesner Tracks: doesn't mean new Wumpscut fans will dislike this CD, but (13) Pastoral Symphony - George Frederick Handel*, The London Philharmonic Orchestra & The London Ph it is different.
Personally, I rarely listen to this as an "album", but instead skip around. This really is just a collection of tracks. Perhaps it is best to first listen to a few of the tracks and decide if you like them. I've listened to wumpscut for quite a while now, and, this is perhaps the one I throw back on the player the most, aside from EYF which, despite my initial enthusiasm upon hearing it, has dissipated a bit for me. The two ambient tracks that close this album are by far the best, UK Decay (Remastered) - :wumpscut: - :The Mesner Tracks: there is some extremely interesting, organic EBM contained as well.
As this is a collection of his earlier works, there are some poor and sometimes embarassing slip-ups, but the quality of the strong songs outshines the poorer, more amateurish-sounding ones. I just find it a pity that Rudy did not continue on in the vein of his Mesner UK Decay (Remastered) - :wumpscut: - :The Mesner Tracks: , but rather chose a downward spiral of awkwardly cheesy industro-goth cliches BLOOD!
When looking at the cover, I didn't expect too much, but this being the first :wumpscut: cd I bought, it is over all my favorite. The only thing that makes it not the best thing ever is the fact that there are only a few vocal tracks, being mosltly instrumental. The tracks are still amazing, and is very well put together.
This is definately a good cd to start out with. The 2nd song "mother" is absolutely mesmorizing. Every time I listen to it, I get chills, and the song "In the Night" is very upbeat, and "Ceramony" is gorgeous, although painting a grim picture in my mind So far only one reviewer has nailed this This is a pretty good album but it is intended to be a way for fans to get rare early :W: tracks and remixes.
It is NOT the proper place for new fans to start as it does not represent the band all that well. Most of the UK Decay (Remastered) - :wumpscut: - :The Mesner Tracks: on Mesner are stripped down, Are Friends Electric?
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The standout track is "Mother". If you like this song then you must get the Haujobb remix version avaliable on 'Remix Wars Part I - Haujobb v :Wumpscut:' - this is one of the best reworkings I've ever heard. Anyway it is a very good album but meant to complement his collection and not meant to be a starting point or standalone release. This is amazing! I was turned on to Wumpscut just UK Decay (Remastered) - :wumpscut: - :The Mesner Tracks: by a friend and now I am thinking, "Why did it take so long.
Hearing this album shuffled with Front "Off" is a combo made in hardcore heaven. They are the best thing to come around since Get this! One person found this helpful. I have a hard time describing how I feel about this album. I would definately have bought this album just for the song 'Mother'. The rest of the album is pretty decent, nothing too spectacular.
If you are just getting into Wumpscut, I don't suggest that you buy this album. This is the last :W: album that I bought meaning I bought all of the rest of his releases first, including Wreath of Barbs. I would suggest looking up some of his other albums like "Music for a Slaughtering Tribe", or my personal favorite, "Bunker Gate 7". I don't know why everybody calls :W: EBM, but they are all wrong.
His music is much harder and much grittier than EBM. This, like most of Wumpscut's releases except for Embryodead. A must have.
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