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  • Meztiramar
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Skold vs. KMFDM - KMFDM, Skold on AllMusic -

    24.01.2020 at 11:08 Reply

  • Nikozragore
    Tim Skold's vocals and lyrics are perfect for KMFDM's brand image, as always, and most notably, he seems to have brought the best out of Sascha once again. Every song on the album sounds more or less inspired, and while sometimes they feel a bit juvenile, they are still a lot of fun/5(8).

    25.01.2020 at 10:06 Reply

  • Garamar
    Growing from production duties on Marilyn Manson's cover versions of “Tainted Love” and “Personal Jesus”, songwriting and production on the Marilyn Manson albums "Golden Age Of Grotesque" and "Eat Me, Drink Me" to production and collaboration on the 2 most recent Motionless In White albums, SKOLD is about to return darker, harder and.

    23.01.2020 at 06:06 Reply

  • Brakazahn
    Nov 28,  · referencing SKOLD vs. KMFDM, 2xLP, KMFDM i'm going to guess either or Black to go along with the Color Pressings. They pressed copies of Angst and Nihil recently of various colors/5(81).

    26.01.2020 at 08:36 Reply

  • Gulabar
    Why Me This song is by Skold and KMFDM and appears on the album Skold Vs. KMFDM ().

    20.01.2020 at 02:46 Reply

  • Maull
    Jan 01,  · SKOLD vs. KMFDM. SKOLD January 1, Alternative/Indie ℗ The Bicycle Music Company. Add to Wishlist. FREE TRIAL. $ Listen to this album and millions more. First month free/5(15).

    20.01.2020 at 11:57 Reply

  • Moogukree
    Dec 17,  · Tim Skold was a member for a few KMFDM albums in the past and also was on the MDFMK album. It seems that they are collaborating again. This time combining in a way that presents the attributes of Tim Skold's solo work, Skold, along with Sascha's KMFDM framework to create a hard hitting, fun and aggressive industrial rock album simply titled.

    22.01.2020 at 07:29 Reply

  • Faegami
    Apr 04,  · Industrial / Alternative Rock release date: 24·02· label: KMFDM Records bitrate: Kb/s myspace tracklist: Why Me Bloodsport.

    19.01.2020 at 02:35 Reply

  • Vudohn
    Skold vs. KMFDM is a full-length album featuring Sascha Konietzko of KMFDM and Tim Skold. The album consists of two versions of 11 different songs — each appearing as the original version and a shorter "interlude" version. The album was released on February 24, on KMFDM Records exclusively through the band's KMFDM Store. It has since bee.

    22.01.2020 at 11:18 Reply