This article needs additional citations for verification. (March 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
|Born||1 February 1958|
Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
|Genres||Electronic body music|
|Labels||Schallmauer, No Dance, Electrola, Striclty Dance, EMI, Our Choice, Mental Decay, Frühstyxradio|
|Associated acts||Basic Energy, Der KFC, Die Technodosen, Erato, The Global Masters, Tekkknozid, Tropical Hardcore|
His solo debut album Zu spät Ihr Scheisser was released on Düsseldorf independent label Schallmauer Records selling 3,000 units.
The following single Contergan Punk was released on the Giftplatten label in 1983. It was produced by sound engineer Conny Plank and featured a heavy electropunk sound that would become characteristic of EBM.
- 1982 - Zu spät Ihr Scheisser (LP)
- 1983 - Contergan Punk (12")
- 1985 - Seltsames Glück (12")
- 1988 - ...und so sterbt alle! (12")
- 1988 - Meine Sklavin (7")
- 1988 - Terror II (LP/CD)
- 1989 - Ultra (LP/CD)
- 1989 - Lobotomie
- 1991 - Mich kriegt Ihr nicht (LP/CD)
- 1991 - 13 Minuten Massaker (MCD)
- 1991 - Trivial Shock (CD)
- 1992 - Trivial Schock (Cuts)
- 1992 - TV Ritual (MCD)
- 1992 - Paradies (MCD)
- 1993 - Alle sind tot (CD)
- 1993 - Oligophrenie (12")
- 2005 - Festival of Darkness (Online Album)
- "Tommi Stumpff – Terror II (CD Album – Danse Macabre)". Side-Line. Side-Line Magazine. 23 April 2018. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
- "laut.de-Biographie Tommi Stumpff". Laut.de (in German). laut.ag. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
- Official website
- Tommi Stumpff's Blog (in German)
- Interview with Tommi Stumpff:   (German)
- Tommi Stumpff's Discography at discogs.com
|This article about a German electronic musician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|