|A||The Power (Metal-Hardfloor Remix)|
|B1||The Power (The Mix From The Darkside)|
|B2||The Power (Sparse Hardfloor Instrumental)|
|RTD 195.1442.3 16||Die Krupps||The Power (CD, Single)||Our Choice||RTD 195.1442.3 16||Germany||1992|
|RTD 195.1442.0/3||Die Krupps||The Power (12", TP, W/Lbl)||Our Choice||RTD 195.1442.0/3||Germany||1992|
|RTD 195.1442.3 16, ERCD040||Die Krupps||The Power (CD, Single)||Our Choice, Energy Rekords||RTD 195.1442.3 16, ERCD040||Sweden||1993|
Complete your Die Krupps collection. Die Krupps – The Power. Genre: Electronic, Rock. The Power (Metal-Hardfloor Remix).
Die Krupps - The Power. Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 1. The Power (Metal - Hardfloor Remix). 2. The Power (The Mix From The Darkside). 3. The Power (Sparse Hardfloor Instrumental). Discography: Die Krupps. III: Odyssey Of The Mind (1995). A Tribute To Metallica (1992).
Disc 2 - the alternative album (remixed 2008). High Tech/Low Life. Metal Machine Music. 4. The Dawning of Doom. 6. One (Metallica Cover). 7. Simply Say No. 8. Disclipes of Disclipine. Bloodsuckers (Die Krupps with Biohazard). Bloodsuckers (Original Mix). Bloodsuckers (Julian Beeston Remix). Bloodsuckers (Live in Europe). 5. Dawning of Doom (Live in Europe). High Tech Low Life (Julian Beeston Remix). Metal Machine Music (Cassandra Complex Remix). Ring of Steel (Pro Pain Remix).
Die Krupps The Power The Power (Metal-Hardfloor Remix).
I is an album by German band Die Krupps. It was released in 1992. Several songs on the album make use of film samples. On Doppelgänger and The Power samples of Star Wars can be heard. One (which is a Metallica cover,) contains samples from Born on the Fourth of July and Disclipes of Disclipine contains samples from Omen III: The Final Conflict. All lyrics written by Ralf Dörper, except where noted; all music composed by Jürgen Engler, except where noted. Jürgen Engler - vocals, keyboard, guitar, samples.
Die Krupps came together in 1981 as a duo comprised of vocalist, guitarist. .1993's Die Krupps Box, a three-disc box set, preceded the same year's release of Die Krupps II: The Final Option, which found Engler and Dorper joined by ex-Heathen guitarist Lee Altus and drummer Darren Minter. In 1994, a remix album, The Final Mixes, featured contributions from artists like the Sisters of Mercy's Andrew Eldritch, Nitzer Ebb's Julian Beeston, Gunshot, and Jim Martin, formerly of Faith No More. A year later, Odyssey of the Mind found the group moving even further from its electronic roots.