Thursday, September 20, 2007


This fantastic pumping and driving Neue Deutsche Welle minimal synth beauty is full of pop smarts, tense/taut arrangements
and overarching strangeness that's both guitar-centric and propelled by crisply percolating drum machines and which shares a certain something with the likes of Christian Lunch. Almost textbook NDW for this style and in Die Kapazitat's case, all the better for it.

***************NEW LINK POSTED SEPTEMBER 2012***************

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Unknown said...

Thank you! I have been looking for this on line for the last year, with little success, based on one song I heard on a mix. Great.

Anonymous said...

THanks - it's great NDW sound. IMO it belongs to the superior releases at that time. "Kaum" sounds similar "Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode. Synthpop rules!

Anonymous said...

YET ANOTHER FINE RELEASE BY NDW-Label KONKURRENZ - !!! Not so mythic as EXKURS, yet another great album. Every track is a killer! Thanxxxx for this!

Anonymous said...

really feeling this one at the moment! thanks for uploading. i love those NDW records...have you got the sonder-angebot record "für die monster dieser welt"? would be sweet if you could upload that one...your blog is awesome! keep it up!

Anonymous said...

"Leichte Stimmen" will be re-released on CD early 2008 by a Hamburg based label that has acquired the back catalogue of "Konkurrenz". I'll post details here when I know more.

Anonymous said...

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