Released: Feb 2013
Label: Metropolis Records
Nearly 30 years and 20 entertaining if mostly interchangeable studio albums into their goose-steppingly pervy career, these aged Hamburgers sound more rhythmic than most industrial metal acts and more muscular than most industrial dance acts: "German engineering/ Astounding ingenuity/ 29 years of continuity," they brag in the title opener, which also repeatedly threatens Depeche Mode. Rubber baby dub bumpers, electro ping-pongs, sledgehammered synths, rapping goth frauleins -- it's all still here, plus a sincere tribute to Pussy Riot, and hints that they know how fun Ke$ha and Scooter are.
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