Industrial/techno group, founded 1993 in Bielefeld, Germany by Daniel Myer, Dejan Samardzic and Björn Jünemann. The latter left the group in 1995.

Myer has said in an interview that the name Haujobb is a "wrong translation for skinjob" (in the movie Blade Runner the word "skinjob" is a pejorative term for a replicant).


Haujobb Discography Tracks

OUT 113 Various The Noise Institute Various - Taste The Machines(CD, Ltd, Promo, Smplr) Out Of Line OUT 113 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
none Heinali Overflow (Heinali Remix) Heinali - 2004 Promo(7xFile, MP3, Promo, 256) Not On Label none Ukraine 2004

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May 26, 2015
Haujobb would be a great act, if they would avoid singing.
As fantastic Daniel and Dejan are as composers as inapt their vocals are on most of the tunes.


January 14, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
"Haujobb" is a poor German attempt at a direct translation (≈"hide"+"job") of the English word "skinjob", which of course means cheap leather imitation ("replicated skin"). In the movie Bladerunner, "skinjob" is used as a derogatory term employed to liken the bio-droids to furniture, thereby depriving them of human characteristics and emphasizing their role as property. This double meaning of the word is subsequently lost on the Germans, but then again they're not a very subtle or imaginative people, are they ;) Their translators really should have referred to the replicants along the line of "Pegamoids", "Klarinos" or "Skypuppen", i.e. brands of Kunstleder instead.


October 13, 2010
What about their first demo tape named "Drift Wheeler" which came out in 1993? It's not listed so far? Want! :oD


January 2, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Haujobb is a term from the movie "Bladerunner". It is the encoded order to kill a replicant (a kind of android).

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