Defekt

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Defekt
Studio album by Oomph!
Released 9 June 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre Industrial metal, groove metal
Length 59:04
73:46 (Re-release)
Oomph! chronology
Sperm
(1994)
Defekt
(1995)
Wunschkind
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Defekt (German for Defect) is the third studio album by the German band Oomph!. It continues the trend of the band's previous album, Sperm, featuring ever heavier music than its predecessor, as well as de-tuned guitars and death growls in several songs.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Hate Sweet Hate"   5:35
2. "Ice-Coffin"   4:55
3. "Willst Du Hoffnung?" (Do You Want Hope?) 5:03
4. "Hello My Name Is Cancer"   3:51
5. "Zeitweilig Incontinent" (Temporarily Incontinent) 2:01
6. "Hast Du Geglaubt?" (Did You Believe?) 4:33
7. "Come And Kick Me"   6:24
8. "Turn The Knife"   4:57
9. "Decubitus Vulgaris"   2:08
10. "Mitten Ins Herz" (In The Middle Of The Heart) 5:05
11. "Your Love Is Killing Me"   4:03
12. "Defekt" (Defect) 10:21

New edition tracklist[edit]

  1. Hate Sweet Hate
  2. Ice-Coffin
  3. Willst Du Hoffnung? (Do You Want Hope?)
  4. Hello My Name Is Cancer
  5. Zeitweilig Incontinent (Temporarily Incontinent)
  6. Hast Du Geglaubt? (Did You Believe?)
  7. Come and Kick Me
  8. Turn the Knife
  9. Decubitus Vulgaris
  10. Mitten ins Herz (In the Middle of the Heart)
  11. Your Love is Killing Me
  12. Defekt (Defect)
  13. Fleisch (Flesh)
  14. Asshole
  15. A.L.I.V.E
  16. Ice-Coffin (Haujobb mix)

Singles[edit]

"Ice-Coffin"
Single by Oomph!
from the album Defekt
Released June 16, 1995
Format CD
Recorded 1995
Genre Industrial metal
Length 13:49
Oomph! singles chronology
"3+1"
(1994)
"Ice-Coffin"
(1995)
"Gekreuzigt"
(1998)

Ice-Coffin was the only single from their album Defekt.

No. Title Length
1. "Ice-Coffin" (also labeled, though incorrectly as Gothic)  
2. "Asshole"    
3. "A.L.I.V.E."    

Videos[edit]

The music video for Ice-Coffin shows the band playing the song on scene. The performance is interrupted with Dero's "defekt" appearance.

References[edit]