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Don't Blow Your Top

Don't Blow Your Top is Industrial rock group KMFDM's third album, released in 1988.

The album was recorded in Hamburg, Germany, with Adrian Sherwood and released in the UK on SkySaw Records, and Wax Trax in the US.

A digitally remastered reissue of Don't Blow Your Top was released September 12, 2006, along with 1986's What Do You Know, Deutschland? and 1989's UAIOE.

Track listing

Vinyl release

  1. "No Meat-No Man" (Sascha Konietzko, Raymond Watts, En Esch) – 3:52
  2. "Don't Blow Your Top" (Konietzko, Watts, Esch) – 3:40
  3. "Disgust (12" Version)" (Konietzko, Watts, Esch) – 4:28
  4. "Oh Look" (Konietzko, Esch) – 2:40
  5. "King Kong Dub (Rubber Mix)" (Konietzko, Esch, Jr. Blackmail) – 2:02
  6. "Killing" (Konietzko, Esch) – 5:20
  7. "What a Race" (Konietzko, Esch) – 3:37
  8. "No News" (Konietzko, Esch) – 4:30
  9. "Oh Look II" – 2:38

CD release

  1. "No Meat-No Man" – 3:49
  2. "Don't Blow Your Top" – 3:37
  3. "Killing" – 5:23
  4. "Disgust" – 5:25
  5. "Oh Look" – 2:37
  6. "King Kong Dub (Rubber Mix)" – 2:00
  7. "What a Race" – 3:35
  8. "No News" – 4:30
  9. "Tod Durch Bongo-Bongo" (Konietzko, Esch) – 6:33
  10. "Killing (For Your Sampling Kit)" – 8:32
  11. "Oh Shit" (Konietzko, Esch) – 4:48
  12. "Don't Blow Your Top" borrows lyrics from Frank Zappa's "Are You Hung Up?", "Dirty Love", and "I'm the Slime".
  13. "Tod Durch Bongo-Bongo" is the punch line, rendered here in German, of a well known, off-color joke.
  14. "Disgust (12" Version)" is only available on the vinyl release.
  15. "Oh Look II" is only available on the vinyl and cassette releases.
  16. The music for "Killing" is a faster version of the music from the song "Conillon" from the album What Do You Know, Deutschland?

Personnel

Singles

External links

  • KMFDM DØTKØM Don't Blow Your Top lyrics at the official KMFDM website

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