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    Pass...
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    Anybody else heard of Rammstein? German industrial metal band which started in the late 90s, they sing in the German language which suits the music perfectly. They are probably as famous for the outrageous stage shows as much as there music which makes for a very entertaining night out ...catch em if you can !!
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    Yes I loved Krautrock also. As with many other '70's sounds' Krautrock still has a place in this world. Like you I liked Sweet (not Slade) and Status Quo and as my knowledge grew so did my interest in all things Prog Rock, including Krautrock. I loved the music of Amun Duul (can't be bothered to put the unlauts in), Nektar and Neu!.

    Rammstein are a metal band from Germany. They aren't part of 'Krautrock', which I'm pretty Cartimand meant as a genre of progressive music.

    For a proper definition go here :

    http://http:www.progarchives.com/subgenre.asp?style=17

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    I like several artists of this genre (I prefer the term Kosmische Musik), e.g. Can, Neu, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Amon Duul II. Also, the Swiss band Yello could be seen as late-period KM although, obvs, not German, so they don't really qualify...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zabadak View Post
    I like several artists of this genre (I prefer the term Kosmische Musik), e.g. Can, Neu, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Amon Duul II. Also, the Swiss band Yello could be seen as late-period KM although, obvs, not German, so they don't really qualify...


    Will have to check out Yello.
    For some more recent German rock, which blends heavy metal with electronic, I recommend the bizarrely-named We Butter The Bread With Butter.
    Try this one:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sBE5HNLOMMo

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    Love the Rammstein industrial guitar sound and have most of their albums, only seen a cover band of these live called Rammlied.

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