Sigrun Heid ‎– Werkmeister

Label:
Greyland ‎– GR 04
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Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Numbered
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Tracklist

A1 Arbeitsfront
A2 Im Werk
B1 Stahlarbeit
B2 Schichtende
B3 Untitled

Notes

Limited to 194 hand-numbered copies in carton black cover bound by a silver chain. Comes with a foldout insert with tracking list and photos.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GR 04-1 Sigrun Heid Werkmeister(CDr, Ltd, Spe) Greyland GR 04-1 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
none Sigrun Heid Werkmeister(CDr, Album, 4th) White Ashes none Germany 2014 Sell This Version
GR 04-1 Sigrun Heid Werkmeister(CDr, Ltd, 2nd) Greyland GR 04-1 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
none Sigrun Heid Werkmeister(CDr, Album, 3rd) Greyland none Germany 2009 Sell This Version
none Sigrun Heid Werkmeister(CDr, Album, RE) Greyland none Germany 2006 Sell This Version

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mr.Erichfromthe313

mr.Erichfromthe313

August 20, 2015

A mediocre release from the Sven Bussler/Greyland camp. The EP (it's too short to be called a full-length album) sounds like a batch of Wappenbund B-sides or out-takes with less melodic/martial elements, and more emphasis on the noise and 'industrial' (see artwork and track titles). The only worthwhile track is the 11 minute opener "Arbeitsfront", which has an interesting german language sample and pleasant hypnotic synth mixed over a sporadic beat. Considering the track length it's a pretty decent industrial effort and kept my interest. The other 3 songs, "Im Werk", "Stahlarbeit", and "Schichtende" are completely forgettable noise-centric industrial songs and sound like all the other bland output in this flooded genre. There is an old German language track thrown onto the end of the release like an after-thought; Sven Bussler copying Albin Julius' stealing other peoples songs and putting it out as his own. I only recommend this release for people trying to complete their Greyland collection.
parafriction

parafriction

May 2, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
After the track "Schichtende", there's a ghost track. Similar as on the vinyl of "Wiener Aktivisten", an old song sung by Zarah Leander is featured. This time it's a hit from the 1930s; "Ich Weiß, Es Wird Einmal Ein Wunder Geschehen" ("I know, once a miracle will occur).