I graduated high school in '91 and listened mostly to Industrial and Hardcore music. The late 80s and early 90s had some great music...
While, Industrial music had roots much older then Ministry, they really ignited the style with their albums The Land of Rape and Honey (1987), The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste (1989), and the most commercially successfully Psalm 69 (1991). Even through lots of heroin and internal band struggles they continued to release good albums through the 90s and 2000s, but none could compare to the three mentioned.
Anarchy from Symbols
In case you wondered if people dance to industrial music
Towards the later parts of the 90s America is introduced to another Germany band. Their song Du Haust was great, but rates low within their discography (IMO). Defiantly influenced by those that came before them, they are great in their own right.
Because the guitars are too great (find the album version)
KMFDM broke up around 1999-2000, due creative differences. Sascha got the other band members to agree to let him use the name and continue. He recreated the band with his Yoko Ono Lucia Cifarelli and some old and new members. Not the same as before, but still good.
Just to throw everyone off, but Gala and Spooky were amazing albums there is nothing similar. Miki's voice always relaxed me.
They were a band that toured alot, did great in the UK charts, but doubt that made much money.
Something little more Ska
Chicks can rock it too...
7 Year Bitch
I always had thing for Selene
Babes in Toyland
Mia's story is sad :( But, those jean shorts... nostalgia
Reverend Horton Heat
End it with something Psychobilly
I had a WoW Goblin Priest named FatherJimbo that I would PvP with
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