STRAFTANZ Mainstream Sellout Overground CD Digipack 2011

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Title: Mainstream Sellout Overground
Format: CD Digipack
Year: 16.09.2011
Label: Scanner
Tracklist:         01 Mainstream Sellout Overground
02 Turbo (album cut)
03 Die neue F-Klasse (ein Panzerlied)
04 Forward ever
05 The Bass below
06 Biftek de Licorn (feat. Eva Janina Haas)
07 The Enchantement (feat. Reverend G and F.Nietzsche)
08 Fuer die Kinder (ist mir egal!)
09 Monkey do, Monkey say (feat. C.C.Blacks)
10 Alle reden vom Wetter (Boom! Mord!)
11 Du stirbst aus! (feat. PS + Jinxy from Santa Hates You)
12 Weltzeitvernichte
Info: Some bands believe, that they are extremely ‘original’ and ‘interesting’, if they talk about anything, but their sound… So read, what Straftanz wrote about their album:
We are Straftanz. We scream freedom, yet we are unfree. We are people without morale and discipline, yet you adore us when we saga-ciously state the wrong. We are the soft concrete that offers good rest for your weary brains. We piss on graves to show you that parables are sometimes parabolic. We do not care for the cave paintings on the faces of the elitists. We set words to march in rows and hide explosives in between them. We know that hand that held the chisel, but that does not mean that those words engraved in stone still have meaning for us. We steal from the strong, because we know: It is not about where you take it but about where you take it to. We feel part of a culture that is not "sub", but we do not feel rotten enough to drop any dogma without second thoughts. The elite tremble in fear, even though they still have no idea what we hung up above their heads. We are not crazy, not wise, not original, not ironic and we are not abstract. But we will drown your Hierarchies in sweat. Get ready. Mainstream. Sellout. Overground.
Did you understand anything? Anyway: This is the second album by the German Electroact and seen the success of their previous album, Single and EP, ‘M.S.O.’ was one of the most eagerly awaited albums in the scene. Whatever it might sound like…