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Einsturzende Neubauten / Stimmen Reste
Album:Stimmen Reste Collection:General
Artist:Einsturzende Neubauten Added:02/2007
Label:Musterhaus 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-04-01 Pull Date:2007-06-03 Charts:Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:27 May20 May6 May22 Apr15 Apr8 Apr
Airplays:121322

 Recent Airplay
1.Aug 05, 2007:Multiple Personality Disorder
Kernstueck
4.May 16, 2007:Baptism of Solitude
Wir Lesen Zeitung
2.May 26, 2007:too heavy for titanium
Semiotische Musik #5
5.May 04, 2007:Living Souls
Kernstueck
3.May 18, 2007:Memory Select
Semiotische Musik #5
6.Apr 20, 2007:Living Souls
Kernstueck

Album Review
Kraid
Reviewed 2007-03-13 
Einsturzende Neubauten - Stimmen Reste

Old school industrial noise. Some of the band’s more interesting work—entirely made up of “vocal experiments,” with touches of their trademark industrial sounds. An attempt at something more like “high” sound art that is never “arty,” all very visceral—they keep most of the track lengths down so that it stays interesting, and the longer tracks have enough structure combined with the (rare) humanity of the vocal samples to keep you on edge. No FFCs. Track 6, 2, 4, 7.

1. A barrage of german voices, like in an airport or a TV or a computer. From which a movement starts rising of slow percussive beats. [4:32]

**2. Surprisingly great track. Quiet, introspective, slow, spiritual. Like being in a lost temple. Ominous low harmonic sounds build up, slowly filling the space around you with all ends of the sound spectrum. Then comes to an intense head at 15:30, with a series of urgent rising choral chorus voices that at their peak are cut off by the beating of a reverberating, thundering drum. Ends with singing in german, and a climactic death-cry. [19:47]

3. Just quietly repeating “death” in a heavy accent every 5 or 10 seconds. [2:00]

**4. Crackling chitinous noise, deep percussion, slow rising movement, then Bass Guitar! And melodic, unchaotic singing “Tohuwabohu” (primordial chaos/void). [8:47]

5. Sound art of grunts and interjections. [0:40]

***6. Tremulous mechanics/Vocals, and almost laptoppy electronic sounds. [4:32]

***7. Voices rhythmically fading in and out, some nice small harmonic/bass sounds. [2:02]

8. Strange words and vocal patterns. No idea what he’s saying. [0:35]

/Kraid

Track Listing
1.Wir Lesen Zeitung 5.Semiotische Musik #5
2.Kernstueck 6.Grillen
3.Death 7.Gestern
4.Tohuwabohu 8.Hawonnnti!