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Vindictives

Muzak For Robots

TEAT Productions 4

Released on December 2, 2003



$10.50
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This album consists of 21 songs by the VINDICTIVES. This album contains 61 minutes of instrumental music. No guitars, acoustic instruments or Vocals were used in the making of this album. This album is 100% non-organic Spaß! (Think Devo meets Kraftwerk meets The Residents).

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Schreckliches Ungeheuer  0%
2 Oberseite Aus  0%
3 1-900-ILU-VYOU  0%
4 Froh Zu Sein Voted #3  17%
5 Ich Bin Krank  0%
6 La-La Land  0%
7 Basketcase  0%
8 Kreise  0%
9 Dummyroom Voted #2  33%
10 Dummes Lied  0%
11 Bonnie im Laufstall  0%
12 Häßliche Amerikaner  0%
13 Ungeduldig  0%
14 Kontrollieren Sie Mich Voted #1  50%
15 In Verfolgung  0%
16 Bonnie im Laufstall (remix)  0%
17 Kreise (remix)  0%
18 Kontrollieren Sie Mich (remix)  0%
19 Basketcase (remix)  0%
20 Schreckliches Ungeheuer (remix)  0%
21 Ich Bin Krank (remix)  0%
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Anthony from Peoria, IL 
Feb 25 2008 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I was hoping for Vindictives done in an industrial/techno style and was instead given Vindictives' melodies banged out on a $15 Casio keyboard. I can't enjoy this album other than in an ironic way, and who has time for that? I played it once, I doubt I'll listen to it a second time.

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John from Edison, NJ 
Jan 4 2006 Rating: 1/5 Stars

If you are a hardcore Vindictives fan, you might think these versions of the songs are interesting the first time you listen to them, but then you'll probably never listen to it again because it sucks. I have every Vindictives record ever, and i just got this to have a complete set of Vindictives releases. That's really the only reason to get this.

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Colin from Atwood, ON Canada 
Feb 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Vindictives are definitely superior to me or you. i nt he sa me way sha pe and form the de-vo were de-evolovling me or you. This is incredible, superior muzak. You should eat this computer concieved turp up and share the conceptual evolution of punk with all of your stupid friends.

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Adrien from Plattsville, ON Canada 
Jan 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a real treat for long time Vindictives fans. I'm not sure about the rest of you, but since this band was active, in the early 90s, my musical tastes have matured and grown significantly. This is what makes this album so much fun. All it is are classic Vindictives songs re-done in an electronic/ ambient/ synth pop style. They took the songs and put all the names in German, which appears to be some kind of joke or mock to the popularity of dance and electronic music in Germany. That also adds to part of the fun as you need to listen in on the keyboard melody to be able to figure out what Vindictives song is being played. This will not be enjoyed by new comers to the band. It really pays to be VERY familiar with "the Many Moods of" and "Hypno Punko" albums before attacking this one. I've been a long time Vindictives fan and this is further proof that they are one of the most talented and under appreciated bands of the '90s. While bands like Screeching Weasel and the Queers have made long careers by releasing mediocre albums and worthless collection CDs after being well past their prime, the Vindictives shine above all as true artists with real originality. If you've been a fan since the '90s this CD is essential!!





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