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:wumpscut: - Ich Will Dich (I Want You) (CD)

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  1. Dried Blood () Gomorra, () Totmacher () (released as 'Deadmaker' in USA) Ich Will Dich () (released as 'I Want You' in USA) Deliverence () Wreath of Barbs () (initially 2 CD singles - issued in as single CD) Blondi () Jesus Antichristus & Die Liebe () Remastered Editions/Re-issues.
  2. Wumpscut Innerfire. CD () · $ add to cart. Also available: Digital $ Over the past two and a half decades:wumpscut: has been one of the most influential and prolific electro-industrial artists.:wumpscut: has been producing and releasing music since , and for the first time, with Innerfire, we have a comprehensive best of.
  3. Songs such as "Witches' Dance" recall the industrial noise of Wumpscut's earlier releases, but much of the material on Eevil Young Flesh is more sedate and atmospheric. It's not a total failure -- "Deadmaker" and "I Want You" are solid tracks -- but it doesn't match the intensity of the previous albums.
  4. Jun 09,  · Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves I Want You ·:Wumpscut: Eevil Young Flesh Released on: Writer, Composer: Rudolf Ratzinger Auto-generated by YouTube.
  5. May 04,  · Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves Ich Will Dich · Wumpscut Innerfire ℗ Metropolis Records Released on: Writer: Rudy Ratzinger Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Wumpscut was an electro-industrial project from Germany. It was founded in May of by Bavarian disc jockey Rudy Ratzinger (born June 3, in Gangkofen, Bavaria, Germany) and ended in May of Ratzinger was the creative force behind Wumpscut, occasionally employing the .
  7. Oct 19,  · "I Want You" ("Ich will Dich"), the new remix EP from German EBM master Rudy Ratzinger, a.k.a.:wumpscut: is a lackluster release at best, and should be purchased only by compleatists and hardcore fans. The song "Ich will Dich" is taken from "Boeses Junges Fleisch" ("Eevil Young Flesh"), the most recent full-length:wumpscut: release.3/5(3).
  8. This CD marks an improvement in Wumpscut's art, and a solid addition to his brilliant discography. Only problem is the title track, which is so damn addictive I hardly listen to the rest of the CD anymore. It has to be one of the harshest, most brutal industrial tracks I've ever known. Don't attempt to exist in /5(24).

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