Wumpscut   Bunkertor 7
3.6
great
Release Date: 1995
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4.0 excellentAlabaster Jones | June 19th 17

One of electro-industrial's hardest-working and high-quality producers, Rudy Ratzinger, better known as :wumpscut:, had been a pillar in the scene for quite some time before calling it quits this year. Even so, he's left several truly exceptional works in his wake, including Bunkertor 7. The album is based in electro-industrial, but it dabbles in aggrotech on the harder, faster tracks and even dark electro on some of the quieter songs. The samples are all well-placed and the vocals are as ugly the album cover. It's also got a strong relationship between power and finesse throughout, using restraint when needed and laying on the gas when appropriate. It's clear that it's influenced by the likes of early Skinny Puppy and Leaether Strip, and surely opting for a more conventional sound in-genre, but it's still some of the most consistently great and occasionally brilliant electro-industrial out there. Needless to say, this project and the man behind it definitely deserve more credit.

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3.0 goodscaruffi | March 11th 17
3.5 greatMoonAngel | January 13th 16
4.0 excellentAlly Hewitt | March 4th 15
4.0 excellentValekHalfHeart | February 20th 15
4.0 excellentDav85 | February 1st 15
3.0 goodSithese | December 31st 14
3.0 goodfuzzbutt | December 29th 14
3.5 greatJit | September 26th 13
3.5 greatQualieFudaBeeWud | January 5th 13
3.0 goodoutburst | April 15th 12
3.0 goodKaZenPhi | December 27th 11
3.5 greatBlastRadius | December 14th 11
4.0 excellentBlade86 | October 18th 11
3.0 goodFLRTE | August 28th 11
4.0 excellentZeitRaum | August 6th 11
4.0 excellentpsite45 | May 29th 11
4.0 excellentSirkSakaig | November 29th 10

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