Schneewittchen hardcore

oder die Neue Deutsche Härte

Rammstein, die Sonne

Dans le genre Neue Deutsche Härtey'a aussi Oomph!

Vidéo marrante mais bon, moi j'aime vraiment mieux l'original, le seul, l'unique...

Vous aurez bien sûr deviné

Laibach

Life Is Life/ Germania (Mute Rec., 1987, Londres), presque 30 ans pour cette reprise mythique par les fous Slovènes, ça ne nous rajeunit pas

TomazHostnik.jpeg

Tomaž Hostnik, 1er leader du groupe, suicidé en 1982 (08. 11. 1961 – 21. 12. 1982)

Ne pas se fier aux apparences... comme le précise wikipédia (en):

Laibach has frequently been accused of both far left and far right political stances due to their use of uniforms and totalitarian-style aesthetics. They were also accused of being members of the neo-nationalism movement, which reincarnates modern ideas of nationalism. When confronted with such accusations, Laibach are quoted as replying with the ambiguous response "We are fascists as much as Hitler was a painter".

The popular German musical group Rammstein has acknowledged influence by both the aesthetic approach and material of Laibach. When members of Laibach were asked by an interviewer about Rammstein "stealing" from them, they responded that "Laibach does not believe in originality... Therefore, Rammstein could not 'steal' much from us. They simply let themselves get inspired by our work, which is absolutely a legitimate process. We are glad that they made it. In a way, they have proven once again that a good 'copy' can make more money on the market than the 'original'. Anyhow, today we share the territory: Rammstein seem to be a kind of Laibach for adolescents and Laibach are Rammstein for grown-ups[1]" source: wikipédia (en)


Note

[1] sont pas gentils ces Laibach ;-)

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