Kode IV ‎– Possessed

KK Records ‎– KK 042 CD
CD, Album


1 Possessed 4:23
2 Crackdown 3:52
3 Resurrection 3:26
4 State Of Emergency 5:33
5 Scratch Attack 3:44
6 Work 3:57
7 Possessed (Voodoo Mix) 5:56
8 Rebellion 4:16
9 5 Seconds 0:18
10 Tension-Relaxation 3:54

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KK 042 Kode IV Possessed(LP, Album) KK Records KK 042 Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
BMR 025 Kode IV Possessed(10xFile, AAC, AIFF, ALAC, FLAC, MP3, ogg, WAV, Alb) Body Music Records BMR 025 Germany 2016
KK042 Kode IV Possessed(CD, Album) KK Records KK042 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
KK 042 Kode IV Possessed(LP, Album, W/Lbl) KK Records KK 042 Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
KK 042 CD Kode IV Possessed(Cass) KK Records KK 042 CD US 1990 Sell This Version


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July 6, 2013
This album is silly and has the 1989-1991 vibe all over it. This can be both a good or a bad thing, as the electronic music enviroment was heavily fuelled by ecstasy and the early rave scene was relly starting to become a dominant force. Along with early rave elements this album is also filled with hiphop and breakdance influences and this can be a really big turnoff for anyone looking for more serious, dark and angry ebm/industrial material. Then again, as dance music this album is just brilliant. All the ridiculous sampling, more complex rhytms and energy of the tracks really shine on the dance floor.

The standout track here is the brilliant titletrack Possessed, filled with Exorcist samples, chanting choirs and awesome beats. Too bad stuff like this seems to be extremely un-trendy these days.... Other great songs here are State Of Emergency, Work and Rebellion.

So, if you want a great ebm dance album and aren't bothered by hiphop/rave/early nineties nonsense, then absolutely get your hands on this, otherwise the more serious and dark second album Insane is a much better investment.....


April 4, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Loved 'Insane,' hated this one. Boring, repetitive dance music with a movie or TV sample every 5 seconds. It's 1990 so the production isn't very good either. Do yourself a favor and skip this one and move on to the more mature and creative 'Insane.'