9 thoughts on “ Juke Joint Jezebel - Various - A Tribute To KMFDM Dont Blow Your Cover (CD)

  • May 17,  · Don't Blow Your Cover: A Tribute to KMFDM, a Various Artists Album. Released 3 October on Cleopatra (catalog no. CLP ; CD). Genres: Industrial Metal, Industrial Rock, Industrial. Featured peformers: KMFDM (tribute to), Sascha Konietzko (writer)/5(1).
  • KMFDM: Juke-Joint Jezebel (The Giorgio Moroder Mixes) / The Year Of The Pig Collection ‎ (CD, Single + CD, Comp) Wax Trax! Records, TVT Records, Cargo Records: TVT .
  • On the cover is a traditional KMFDM sketching of a woman with short hair and a large, singing into a microphone. The insert of the jewel case has the lyrics to Juke-Joint Jezebel, but not Kraut/5(10).
  • Juke-Joint Jezebel, a Single by KMFDM. Released 14 March on Wax Trax! (catalog no. TVT ; CD). Genres: Industrial Rock. Featured peformers: Sascha Konietzko (performer, producer, aka_text mixer role_id aka_text), En Esch (performer), Günter Schulz (guitar), KMFDM (producer, aka_text mixer role_id aka_text), Chris Shepard (producer, engineer, aka_text mixer role_id .
  • KMFDM. KMFDM (originally Kein Mehrheit Für Die Mitleid, loosely translated as "no pity for the majority") is an industrial band led by German multi-instrumentalist Sascha Konietzko, who founded the group in as a performance art project.
  • 6. Rosetta Stone - Vogue. I was looking forward to this, since I like Rosetta Stone. Man, was I disappointed. They turn it into a bad dance song. With really bad vocals. Some would argue that the original Vogue was a bad dance song with really bad vocals, but I really liked it. And I don't like this. 7. 16 Volt vs. Spahn Ranch - Don't Blow Your.
  • Aug 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - KMFDM - Juke Joint Jezebel (Movie Version) YouTube Ricky Gervais ROASTING People - Duration: Toasty Videos Recommended for you.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Juke-Joint Jezebel (The Giorgio Moroder Mixes) / The Year Of The Pig Collection on Discogs.
  • "Juke Joint Jezebel" has received significant critical acclaim. Heidi MacDonald of CMJ New Music Monthly called the song "nearly flawless". Andy Hinds of AllMusic, mentioning the song in the main album's review, called it "an enduring and indispensable dancefloor favorite at goth/industrial clubs around the world." Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune said it "swaggers like a Bourbon Street hooker.

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