Cashbeat ‎– CB 12
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Murder 3:20
A2 UAIOE 3:52
A3 Loving Can Be An Art (Saturation Mix) 4:10
A4 More And Faster 243 2:53
A5 Rip The System (Duck And Cover Mix) 3:15
B1 Thrash Up! 3:14
B2 En Esch 3:15
B3 Ganja Rock 5:00
B4 Thumb Thumb 3:54

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByEFA – LP02812 08



Cause of the manufacturing process some copies are pressed on dark brown/black translucent vinyl.
It takes a strong light to see through.

Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WAX 7083 K.M.F.D.M.* UAIOE(LP, Album, TP) Wax Trax! Records WAX 7083 US 1989 Sell This Version
IRS 993.606 KMFDM UAIOE(CD, Album, RE) Bullet Proof Records IRS 993.606 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
SBR 32LP KMFDM UAIOE(LP, Album) Strike Back Records SBR 32LP UK 1989 Sell This Version
MET 441D KMFDM UAIOE(9xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) Metropolis MET 441D US 2012
TVT 7083-2, TVT 7083 KMFDM UAIOE(CD, Album, RE) TVT Records, Wax Trax! Records, TVT Records, Wax Trax! Records TVT 7083-2, TVT 7083 US 1994 Sell This Version


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June 21, 2019
edited 11 months ago
My fayfourite KMFDM record. 5-6 incredible EBM hits. Blows away any ganja disco in 2019.


July 12, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
KMFDM's third effort, and probably the most disjointed from their original catalog. The lineup has changed (enter Morgan Adjei, and Rudolph Naomi, and exit Raymond Watts, though this is a constant throughout the KMFDM catalog: Watts coming and going). Though KMFDM has a consistent history of constantly changing their lineup, this is probably the only album in which it effects the cohesiveness and quality of the album. They hadn't really developed their own sound as strongly at this point as the latter albums, so the reggae/dub influence on the album is over-saturating everything. A couple of the songs are just a rehash of previous lyrics, and while that works sometimes (like on Thumb Thumb), at other times its just a second rate song (like on Loving can be an art). "More and Faster" and "Rip the System" are almost throw a ways since the single version(s) are far superior, and tracks like "Murder, UAIOE, and Ganja Rock" might as well just been a side-project than have been KMFDM tracks. The "Virus" and "More and Faster" singles which came out at the same time are far superior to this album, but this would be the last KMFDM album which would be trumped by it's contemporary singles. One thing worth noting, is their album writing skills had grown quite a bit by this release, the last few tracks (Thrash Up, En Esch, and Thumb Thumb) pretty much save the album, and are excellent examples of where their sound was heading, but they are really the only strong tracks on the entire album, which otherwise would have been completely unnecessary to own.


August 19, 2017
Love this Album! Saw them open up for Ministry "Mind is a terrible thing to..." Tour
On my Birthday in 1990
Every album after this just never hits it mark for me