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KMFDM Lyrics

Genre: Rock

KMFDM Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Juke Joint Jezebel
2 Trust
3 People Of The Lie
4 Bait & Switch
5 Money
6 Dis-o-bedience
7 Strut
8 Anarchy
9 Me & My Gun
10 Down And Out
11 Take'm Out
12 Don't Blow Your Top
13 Power
14 A Drug Against War
15 Bargeld
16 A Hole In The Wall
17 Torture
18 Unfit
19 Glory
20 Waste
21 Being Boiled
22 Sucks
23 The Problem
24 Inane
25 Last Things
26 Superpower
27 Spiritual House
28 Bitches
29 Genau
30 Kickin' Ass
31 Panzerfaust
32 Me I Funk
33 Urban Monkey Warfare
34 Kraut
35 Pity for the Pious
36 Headcase
37 We Must Awaken
38 Shake the Cage
39 Split (12" Remix)
40 Spectre
41 Revolution
42 Attak/Reload
43 Leid & Elend
44 Search and Destroy
45 I Am What I Am
46 Under Satan (Dub)
47 Respekt
48 Vogue
49 Leid Und Elend
50 Amnesia
51 Search & Destroy
52 Superhero
53 Liebeslied / A Hole In The Wall
54 Witness
55 Saft Und Kraft
56 Vogue (2000)
57 Rip the System!
58 Our Time Will Come
59 Juke Joint Jezebel (Single Remix)
60 Megalomaniac
61 Death & Burial Of C.R.
62 Secret Skin
63 More & Faster
64 Stars and Stripes
65 Not In My Name
66 Money (Deutschmark Mix)
67 Pussy Riot
68 Salvation
69 That's All
70 Mercy
71 These Boots Are Made for Walkin' (Bombs Remix)
72 Ultra
73 Blackball
74 Naive
75 Dirty
76 Spit Or Swallow
77 Pseudocide
78 Los Niños Del Parque
79 Bumaye
80 Blood Vs. Money
81 Virus (12" Remix)
82 Spit Sperm
83 Save Me
84 Apathy
85 Yohoho
86 Up Uranus
87 You're No Good
88 Animal Out
89 Go To Hell (Fuck MTV Remix)
90 Get the Tongue Wet
91 Free Your Hate
92 Stray Bullet
93 Under Satan
94 Preach/Pervert
95 Rules
96 Help Us Save Us Take Us Away
97 What We Do For You
98 The Mess You Made
99 Money (Radio Remix)
100 Brainwashed
101 Itchy Bitchy
102 Piggybank
103 Blame
104 Back In the U.S.S.A.
105 Son Of A Gun
106 Fait Accompli
107 (Symbol)
108 I ♥ Not
109 Son Of A Gun (Overhauled Remix)
110 Blood Evil-Mix
111 Playing God
112 WWIII
113 Welcome
114 Blood
115 Moron
116 Terror
117 Die Now - Live Later
118 Kunst
119 A Drug Against War (Single Remix)
120 Make Your Stand
121 Krank
122 Jihad
123 Craze
124 From Here On Out
125 Virus
126 Rubicon
127 Davai
128 Ave Maria
129 D.I.Y.
130 Light
131 Blood Vs. Money (Chant Remix)
132 Come On, Go Off
133 I Will Pray
134 Disgust
135 Wrath
136 Vive La Mort!
137 Never Say Never
138 Quake
139 Sucks (12" Remix)
140 Lust
141 Salvation (Mindless Self Indulgence Remix)
142 Rebels In Kontrol
143 Sex On The Flag
144 Conillon
145 Dogma
146 Ooh La La
147 Attack and reload
148 Mini Mini Mini
149 Potz Blitz!
150 Hello
151 Hau Ruck
152 Move On
153 Brainwashed (KMFDM Remix)
154 Lynchmob
155 Beast
156 Risen
157 Friede
158 Go To Hell
159 En Esch
160 Rabble Rouser
161 Liebeslied
162 Next Big Thing
163 Sturm & Drang
164 No Peace
165 Salvation (Dope Stars Inc. Remix)
166 Take It Like A Man
167 Brute
168 Sleep
169 Godlike
170 Thrash Up!
171 Tohuvabohu
172 Adios
173 I Heart You
174 Attak-Reload
175 Blood Vs. Money (Tritoxin Remix)
176 Viva La Mort!
177 Disobedience
178 Intro
179 Ikons
180 Loving Can Be an Art
181 Looking For Strange
182 Help Us/Save Us/Take Us Away
183 Potz Blitz
184 More & Faster (12" Remix)
185 Dystopia
186 Flesh
187 Bullets, Bombs and Bigotry

KMFDM Bio

KMFDM is a German industrial rock band led by founding member Sascha Konietzko. They have sold over 2 million records worldwide.

KMFDM was founded in Paris, France on February 29, 1984 as a joint effort between Konietzko and German painter/multi-media performer Udo Sturm to perform for the opening of an exhibition of young European artists at the Grand Palais. Sturm had no lasting musical aspirations, and Konietzko was more interested in studio recordings than the occasional art performance, so he began collaborating with then-Hamburg-based studio owner Raymond Watts and drummer Klaus Schandelmaier, who adopted the stage name En Esch. After working the Hamburg underground music scene and releasing three albums on European labels, the band began its long-standing relationship with Wax Trax! Records when their 1988 album Don't Blow Your Top was licensed to the label for US distribution. After touring with Ministry in 1989–1990, they signed directly to Wax Trax! and quickly became a part of the industrial music scene in Chicago that included Ministry, Front 242 and My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult. Konietzko then moved to Chicago in early 1991, and Esch followed a year later. After close friend and president of Wax Trax! Records Jim Nash died of an illness complicated by AIDS, KMFDM relocated to Seattle, Washington.

The current line-up of KMFDM consists of Sascha Konietzko (vocals), Lucia Cifarelli (vocals), Andy Selway (drums), Steve White (guitars), and Jules Hodgson (guitar). En Esch, Raymond Watts, and guitarist Günter Schulz are notable key members in the band's history. Although Tim Skold is taking part on KMFDM's new album, Blitz, nothing has been stated on the band's website that he has returned to the band.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kmfdm