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Wwiii album for sale by KMFDM was released Sep 23, 2003 on the Sanctuary label. Live Recording Recorded at Gulag, Soundhouse, Kommandozentrale and The Pigsty, Seattle, Washington. Wwiii CD music Personnel: Sascha Konietzko (vocals, synthesizer, drums, programming, loops); Bill Rieflin (vocals, drums, snare drum); Andy Selway (vocals, drums); Cheryl Wilson, Lucia Cifarelli, Raymond Watts (vocals); Julia Hodgson (guitar, banjo, strings, piano, synthesizer, drums, programming); Curt Golden (harmonica). Wwiii buy CD music Audio Mixers: Chris Shepard; KMFDM. Recording information: Chicago Recording Co (03/1996); Gulag (03/1996); Kommandozentrale (03/1996); Ranch Apocalypse, London, England (03/1996); Soundhouse (03/1996); Studio D, Chicago, IL (03/1996); Studio X, Seattle, WA (03/1996); The Pigsty, Seattle, WA (03/1996). ...See Full Description
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KMFDM - Wwiii Album Track Listing
|1||WWIII See All 5||6:06|| $0.99||(Available)|
|2||From Here on Out|
|6||Pity For the Pious|
|7||Stars & Stripes|
|8||Bullets, Bombs & Bigotry|
Wwiii buy CD music Customer Reviews
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I really enjoy this cd, I mean its not there old stuff but alot of people should understand, if a great band keeps playing the same music, it gets old, and i also do think its the truth on the message, great time to listen to with all this political crap going on, and good if you dislike Bush like myself.
By chrisfndrake (Michigan)
||As strong as ever....|
KMFDM is still going strong on this one. The band lineup has pretty much stayed the same for the last couple of albums, and it helps make 'WWIII' more consistent start to finish. Do they still rock?? Yes. Are they still angry?? Yes, in fact they're getting specific in their targets now. Almost every tracks's a keeper on this one, and the last song 'Outro' expands upon a fine tradition that all of us longtime fans will pick up on. Great guitar work as always, Bill Rieflin reappears with drums on some songs, and Lucia's singing is well integrated now to give the tunes some estrogen. If you've been a fan all along, get it. If you're just starting out, start with something older and work your way into this one to be on the safe side.
By a reviewer (Golden, CO USA)
Definitly a good listen, yet i feel they possess so much more potential. Overall, this is one good album.
By Dayna (Vic, Australia)
||I still miss En Esch.|
I picked this one up in Feb '04 in Germany and wasn't sure what to expect. Yes, the anti-war thing gets old, but I still loved a good portion of the tracks. WWIII grabbed me by the short and curlys and Blackball definately felt like good old KMFDM. It's been a while since I've heard an entirely German track from them. Overall, a must have for long-time, Die-hard fans.
By irongrenadier249 (Kabul, Afghanistan)
||KMFDM still rocks|
This is one of their best cd's as of late. they have been around almost 20yrs and they sing in what they believe. and i totally agree with what they say in Stars And Stripes. what we need is a group that speaks their mind and KMFDM always has. I am a real big fan and i will always love them. Keep rocking and **** what the hypocritical patriots think
By gothguy_2000 (Lisbon,OH)
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Wwiii songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6197583|
|Release Date||Sep 23, 2003|
|Engineer||Jules Hodgson; Marc Heal; Raymond Watts; Sam Hofstedt; Sascha Konietzko|
|Recording Time||51 minutes||