Funker Vogt

Funker Vogt

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Funker Vogt is a German EBM/Electro-band, formed by Gerrit Thomas and Jens Kästel in 1995.
Frontman Jens Kaestel leaves band since 1th of December, 2013. The last show was in Berlin, scheduled for the 30th of November.
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Funker Vogt Discography

Albums

none Funker Vogt Funker Vogt(Cass) Not On Label (Funker Vogt Self-released) none Germany 1995 Sell This Version
CD ZOT 164 Funker Vogt Thanks For Nothing (Album) Zoth Ommog CD ZOT 164 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
CD ZOT 199, CDZOT199 Funker Vogt We Came To Kill (Album) Zoth Ommog, Zoth Ommog CD ZOT 199, CDZOT199 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
MET 109 Funker Vogt Execution Tracks (Album) Zoth Ommog MET 109 US 1998 Sell This Version
MET 200 Funkervogt* T (Album) Bloodline MET 200 US 2000 Sell This Version
Line CD 014 Funker Vogt Maschine Zeit (Album) Bloodline Line CD 014 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
SPV 085-63482 CD Funker Vogt Survivor (Album, Comp) Synthetic Symphony SPV 085-63482 CD Germany 2002 Sell This Version
SPV 088-63642 CD Funker Vogt Revivor (Album) Synthetic Symphony SPV 088-63642 CD Russia 2003 Sell This Version
SPV 80000886 CD Funker Vogt Navigator (Album) Synthetic Symphony SPV 80000886 CD Germany 2005 Sell This Version
SPV 67112 CD Funker Vogt Aviator (Album, EP) Synthetic Symphony SPV 67112 CD Russia 2007 Sell This Version
SPV 91847 2DVD Funker Vogt Warzone K17, Live In Berlin (Album) Synthetic Symphony SPV 91847 2DVD Germany 2009 Sell This Version
SPV 308292 CD Funker Vogt Blutzoll (Album) Synthetic Symphony SPV 308292 CD Russia 2010 Sell This Version
OUT 604 | 605, OUT 604, OUT 605 Funker Vogt Companion In Crime (Album) Out Of Line OUT 604 | 605, OUT 604, OUT 605 Germany 2013 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

CD ZOT 192 Funker Vogt Take Care!(CD, Maxi) Zoth Ommog CD ZOT 192 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
CD ZOT 170, cd zot 170 Funker Vogt Words Of Power(CD, EP, Ltd) Zoth Ommog, Zoth Ommog CD ZOT 170, cd zot 170 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
CD ZOT 211, cd zot211, cdzot211 Funkervogt* Killing Time Again (EP, Comp) Zoth Ommog, Zoth Ommog, Zoth Ommog CD ZOT 211, cd zot211, cdzot211 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
CD ZOT 222 Funker Vogt Tragic Hero(CD, Maxi) Zoth Ommog CD ZOT 222 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
O-131 Velvet Acid Christ vs. Funker Vogt Velvet Acid Christ vs. Funker Vogt - The Remix Wars: Strike 4 - Velvet Acid Christ Vs. Funker Vogt (EP) Off Beat O-131 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
MET 174 Funker Vogt Gunman (Maxi) Bloodline MET 174 US 2000 Sell This Version
Line CD 037 Funkervogt* Subspace(CD, Maxi, Enh) Bloodline Line CD 037 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
met 229, MET229 Funkervogt* Code7477(CD, EP) Metropolis, Metropolis met 229, MET229 US 2001 Sell This Version
SPV 055-63463 CDS Funkervogt* Date Of Expiration(CD, Maxi) Synthetic Symphony SPV 055-63463 CDS Germany 2002 Sell This Version
SPV 055-63513 CDS Funkervogt* Red Queen (Maxi, Single) Synthetic Symphony SPV 055-63513 CDS Europe 2003 Sell This Version
SPV 055-63903 CDS Funker Vogt Fallen Hero (Maxi, Single) Synthetic Symphony SPV 055-63903 CDS Germany 2005 Sell This Version
none Funker Vogt Killing Ground(CD, Maxi, Promo, Vin) The Games Company, SPV GmbH none Germany 2006 Sell This Version

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IBOLTON

IBOLTON

January 23, 2016
Vinyl issues of Funker Vogt would be really nice. Also, I like Jens better than Sick Man.
DarkSouljah

DarkSouljah

March 10, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
I will agree that Funker Vogt are one of the best industrial acts of today, but I think that in order to find their best material, you have to look further back than Execution Tracks (1998). ET is still quite an album, and easily their most well-known one too, yet I feel that it was We Came to Kill (1997) when they were in their prime. Thanks for Nothing (1997) was full of great, aggro industrial/ebm, as well. After/around ET, everything sort of changed, and the band adopted a more electro-industrial sound, which was gaining in popularity at the time. Maschine Zeit (2000) and Survivor (2002) had some decent tracks here and there, but they lacked solidarity, as the music became less dark and more predictable. The vocals were still good, but the lyrics were downright silly at times (“Fallen Man,” “Final Thrill,” “Nothing to Include,” etc.). It will be interesting to see how the band progresses and evolves from the point they are at now.

The band was still great to see live on their Revivor tour; tons of energy.
Revivor007

Revivor007

April 29, 2004
Funker Vogt is probably one of the best industrial acts out there today. The production is great, the distorted voices adds a very creepy industrial feel. The lyrics in their songs is what catches your attention. I think their best album is Execution Tracks....especially Tragic Hero -- one of their best songs ever.

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