Mekanik Destruektiw Komandoe. Profile: German rock band named after Magma (6) - Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh whose members were Uli Radike on drums, Stephan Schwietzke on saxophone, Alexander Hacke on guitar, Ze-Thai on bass & Volker Hauptvogel on vocals.
So again, hypothetically, if they acquired unbiased judges who knew a thing or two about music, and they had an award for most original and unique band in history, Magma would no doubt be a top contender.
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Album Mekanïk Kommandöh. Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh Lyrics. Hur Deh antzik Kohntarkosz Kreuhn Kohrmahn Stoht wurdah melekaahm Uz, deh orkbahnn Kreuhn Kohrmahn Zëbëhn strain de Geustaah wortsis, da reus Stoah. Lah wortz reisfunk deh wehrestehguhnzur Und, deh bundehr drakaida kommandoh Wuhr di heul zortsung Uts fur Kalain, himeuhn zëbëhn deh Resutiihn; Ewehn deuh Lantsin slakehndo.
Listen to music from Mekanik Destrüktiw Komandöh like Berlin, Die Babies Von Heute & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mekanik Destrüktiw Komandöh. Raw post-punk from Berlin (Germany). Named after the great Magma album of the same name, MDK musically resembles their namesake very little.
Listen free to Magma – Mekanik destruktiw kommandoh (Hortz fur dehn stekehn west, Ima suri dondai and more). Mëkanïk Dëstruktïẁ Kömmandöh (MDK) is the third and last part of the the Theusz Hamtaahk song cycle. It tells the story of Nebëhr Gudahtt, a prophet who tries to make people of earth to understand the Kobaian philosophy.
Mekanïk Destruktïẁ Kommandöh, also abbreviated as MDK, is the third studio album by French progressive rock band Magma, released in December 1973. Magma's original recording of the composition that makes up the album was refused by the record company at the time, but was eventually released as Mekanïk Kommandöh in 1989. MDK is the group's most famous and acclaimed record.