German Music With Oomph!

| November 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

Richard Milligan
KMSN Staff

  The band, Oomph, is a popular German band that started in Wolfsburg, Germany. The band is considered Neue Deutsch Härte, which is German for “new German hardness” which is a genre of rock music. The band was formed in 1989 with three people. The band began with Dero Goi, Anderes Crap, and Robert Flux. Throughout the 21 years that the band has been together there hasn’t been a single line-up change.
The band uses four different styles of their music, Metal, Industrial, Alternative Rock, Electronica, and Gothic. They eventually went more to their rock-metal instead of electronica which inspired many other bands including Rammstein, Magaherz, and Eisbrecher. Between the years 1989 and 2001, they put out three different albums under Virgin Schallplatten. The three albums were Unrein, Plastik, and Ego.
In 2004, the band released their first single “Augen Auf!” which came from their eighth album “Wahrheit  Oder Pflicht” The bands ninth album was released in the March of 2006 which was called “GlaubeLiebeTod” Which included four new singles, Gott ist en Popstar! Das letzte Streichholz, Die Schlinge, and Träumst Du.
On December 1, 2006, Oomph! released the album Delikatessen under the GUN label and the album was supposed to be their best of-album, and each song was hand-picked by the band. On Feb. 9, 2007, the band released their single Träumst Du, which included the singer from Die Happy.

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