KMFDM   Let Go
Release Date: 2024

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3.5 greatkildare | February 2nd 24

Overall I like this better than their last couple albums. Like Hyena and Paradise it has
noticeable non-Industrial influences: "Push!" has a funky bass that sounds like something Flea
would play; rap and big-band horns are prominent on "Next Move"; "Turn the Light On" and "Touch
Me" contain heavy Bluesy/Rock guitar solos; definitely the lyrics and possibly the music of
"Erlkonig" is from Schubert's setting of Goethe's poem of that name. But the tracks on this album
sound to me more natural/better integrated throughout the album than on the previous two. Like,
The Muse was more involved here, whereas some of the earlier stuff sounds more like experimental
exercises in style-imitation. My major regret is that they gave up the Turkish influences
from Hyena's "All Wrong - But All Right;" I was hoping they would develop that sound further. But
apparently either the audience or The Muse or both prefer American Blues structures better. I
doubt I'll ever LOVE the album, but I definitely like it enough to go back for more.


3.5 greatKevinKC | December 30th 23

I don't think KMFDM will ever come back to what I want from them. That being said, this album is fine.


4.0 excellentLeonid | March 7th 24
4.0 excellentJeanfreddy Gutierrez | February 19th 24
2.5 averageNickLizard49 | February 15th 24
3.5 greatYankeeDudel | February 9th 24
2.0 poory87arrow | February 7th 24
3.5 greatPikazilla | February 6th 24
2.0 poorchilledpunkrock | February 6th 24
3.0 goodDewinged STAFF | February 6th 24
2.5 averagekkarron | February 6th 24
3.4 greatTrey STAFF | February 5th 24
3.0 goodSimon K. STAFF | February 3rd 24
3.5 greatterriblekonrad | February 3rd 24
3.5 greatRaul Stanciu STAFF | February 3rd 24
4.0 excellentKManoc1 | February 2nd 24
3.5 greatMatthias812 | February 1st 24

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