Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Kiem-st,LP,1984,Netherlands


A very strange avant-garde/aynthpop album featuring a quirky saxophone, onimous vocals and caveman-like drumming. As weird as new wave gets.Reminds me a synthy James White jam with Dark Day's keyboards and Don Van Vliet's voice.Excellent!

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8 comments:

Split Foster said...

this is great stuff. i am in love with this blog.

thom said...

link wasnt working...just asking me to upload a file..

Anonymous said...

excellent !

bruno.

ruud said...

Interesting stuff. But unzip of the rarfile is not working. Only 3 tracks. Can you fix this problem.

RUUD

Frans de Waard said...

i tried downloading kiem from rapidshare and zshare but both .rar don't work. i did a few others on this excellent blog and most of them worked fine, some didn't. what might be the reason?

Mystery Poster said...

This is a great LP I discovered a couple of weeks ago on a vinyl run. The post keeps me from having to rip my album, yes, but the Mystery Poster is a little sad to have been beaten to another terrific 1-2 music-punch-snack again. I'll have to dig deeper. . .

By the way, all the drumming is done on metal things, lots of tugboat parts.

- Mssr. Pea

Anonymous said...

Here is another Kiem record Keam and can be downloaded from rapidshare
http://rapidshare.com/files/175932700/Kiem_-_Keam_Lp_-__1985_-_Netherlands.zip

djonparis said...

Kiem was a specteculair live band. I've seen them several times in France.

Obviously Kiem invented the (industrial) house/dance music!

Official website of Kiem: www.kiemrotterdam.nl

- djonparis -