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Pankow (IT)

There are multiple artists named Pankow:

1) Pankow is an Italian band based in Florence, Italy whose core consists of multi-instrumentalist /sample manipulator Maurizio Fasolo and German vocalist Alex Spalck. Dark and nihilistic in the extreme, as well as intermittently scatological, Pankow saw their first domestic release in 1988 with an EP titled "Freedom for the Slaves". 1989's "Gisela", the band's first full-length album, contained a cover of the Normal's "Warm Leatherette", as well as the notorious "Me and My Ding Dong", which musically updated the sensibility of Chuck Berry's "My Ding-a-Ling". "Me and My Ding Dong" was remixed and issued as the centerpiece of an EP titled "Pankow Show You Their Dongs", upon which point ...

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SPARK! is a swedish EBM act, which started off as straight forward old school EBM in 2007. The band has gone through a big development in style within electronic music, where starting with their second release in 2009, they adopted more melodic and sometimes more pop-oriented sound. In 2012 their third album barely had any references to old school and anhalt EBM. In 2014 the band's vocalis left due to personal reasons, and Matthias alone created the next album, where each track featured a different vocalist from various bands in EBM and industrial scene.

Ever since the beginning the band has been a huge success in German underground scene, despite that the band exclusively released material in Swedish language.


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Container 90

Container 90 is a Swedish EBM band with an old school approach, while at the same time drawing influences from punk music and attitude.

The band started in January, 2004 with Ron2-D2 and Rundberg meeting for the first time in 10 years. A lot of booze later Container 90 was born. "Container" for its weight and form, and "90" for the old days.

Container 90 have kept their musical attitude through their whole existence: strong, fast, punchy music with a unique (to EBM) punk approach which can be heard both in vocals, lyrics, and musical composition itself.

The band's discography consists of two singles/EP's Epigone Idols (2004), Der Container Klang (2005), and three full-lenth albums: Scandinavian Masters ...

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Das Ich (DE)

After many musical experiments, Stefan Ackermann (voices and lyrics) and Bruno Kramm (instruments, music) decided to form Das Ich in 1989.

* In 1989, the band released the demo CD "Satanische Verse" and after another year their debut album "Die Propheten" on Bruno Kramm's own label, Danse Macabre.

Das Ich skillfully mixed electronic, symphonic and early industrial elements into an explosive cocktail unprecedented in the often cliche ridden German music culture. Das Ich established itself with a fixed position in the scene and became the very epitome of experimental and electronic music.

They are celebrated as the starting spark of a new genre of post wave, post Kraftwerk, post Neubauten era, and success...

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The Neon Judgement (BE)

Emerging from the small town Leuven near Brussels, in the early eighties, Neon Judgement started to build up their own sound. Considered, along with their Belgian peers Front 242, to be one of the original pioneering EBM bands, Neon Judgement fleshed out their herky-jerky rhythms with guitar and droning vocals.

Their early work combined low-fi technology and emotional sincerity to create a sound both warm and alienating. Going from strenght to strength, they released a string of haunting albums that displayed an adventurous variety of songs, where industrial drones stood side by side with twisted love songs.
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Pouppée Fabrikk

Pouppée Fabrikk is a Swedish EBM/electro-industrial project. The band was founded in 1987 by Leif Holm and industrial polymath nordvargr. These two were later joined by Jouni Ollila and Jonas Aneheim who brought a more guitar-based sound to the band; the music for a while moved away from nitzer ebb-style pure ebm and got closer to the industrial metal sound of die krupps, but returned to their musical roots again later.

In 1987, Leif Holm (drums, samples & programming) and his buddy Henrik Stahl (vocals) founded the band Pouppée Fabrikk. Some new members joined the band – Magnus Hellquist (synth), Henrik N. Björkk (percussion), Peter Sunström (drums) – but only Leif Holm and N. Björkk (vocals, lyrics) still were part of the b...

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