Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 153

Archive release of episode 153 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on January 8, 2012

Original show notes from this episode:

This episode features the return of One from the great Serbian industrial band dreDDup and his cohost Blaze, who is the new lead singer of the band Cut & Paste. The episode features several tracks from around the world as well as featured artists from the ex-Yugoslavian region. As always, their musical selections are fantastic, and the voiceprint banters between the sets maintain their usual high level of entertainment.


Set List:

  • Laibach – Ballad of a Thin Man [Projekt Bob Dylan: Postani Prostovoljec!] {Slovenian Embassy} (2011)
  • Ohgr – Crash [Undeveloped] {Metropolis Records} (2001)
  • One Piece Puzzle – Derem! Rokam! Guzim! [13 zlatnih hitova] {Menart} (2009)
  • Rig – Buried Alive [Belly to the Ground] {Cruz Records} (1994)
  • Killing Joke – Honour The Fire [Absolute Dissent] {Svart Records} (2010)
  • Phobos – Gregarious [Tectonics] {Candlelight Records} (2005)
  • Punish Yourself – (My Name Is) Legion [Pink Panther Party] {Season Of Mist} (2009)
  • CutNPaste – Give Me Some Pain [Kill em All and Come Back Alone] {Crime:Scene Records} (2011)
  • Let 3 – Ero S Onoga Svijeta  [Bombardiranje Srbije i Cacka] {Dallas Records} (2005)
  • The On/Off  Corporation – Coloured [Rouge]
  • Decree – Finite Years [Fateless] {Artoffact Records} (2011)
  • Sielwolf – White Trash [Metastasen] {KK Records} (1994)
  • Borghesia – Goli Uniformirani Mrtvi  [Escorts and Models] {Play It Again Sam Records} (1988)
  • Pink City – The Operator [Designing Women] {Self Relesead} (2011)
  • F.O.F. – Soon [Discipline] {Slusaj Najglasnije} (2011)


Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 093, Part 2

Archive release of episode 93, Part 2 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on April 26, 2009

Original show notes from this episode:

This is the second part of Razor Blade Dance Floor episode #93, where you will see somewhat of a departure from the industrial rock & metal norm that is typical of one of these shows. This is necessary because the Dark Scene in the ex-Yugoslavian area is so much more than just industrial, that other music such as alternative rock, punk, goth and metal had to be included.

Please take the time to listen to this because not only is it informative and entertaining, but it is important to expand your listening palette to include other genres as well as other cultures throughout the world.

Here is what you will hear on Part 2:

  •  Youth A.D. – Mushroom Cloud (MH : Kultura, 2008)
  • dreDDup – One of Us (El Conquistadors, 2009)
  • Block Out – Dan koji nikad nije dosao (Ako imas s’ kim i gde, 2004)
  • Kaoz – Try Me Punk (Kaoz, 2002)
  • Neurotech – Subsonic Omega (Transhuman EP, 2008)
  • Luna – Amazon (Nestvarne Stvari, 1984)
  • Fancy Frogs – Pilot 272 (Tones of Love and Hope, 2003)
  • Trivalija – Family Gun (Body Collection, 1992)
  • Arzamas 16 – 001001 (Dark:Scene Vol.3 , 2008)
  • Sat Stoicizmo – Nehaj (Mah 2, 1985)
  • Syphil – Kanibal (Black Sun Lillies, 2008)
  • MRT – Umproportioned (Love After Eath, 2008)
  • F.o.F. – Night is Important (Not one of Them, 2006)
  • Autopsia – His Secret Sin (The Knife, 1989)
  • Zexon 5 – Don’t Say It’s Real (demo, 2005)
  • Analizator – Dovla (demo, 2009)
  • Fear of Dog – Nasa picka zajednicka (demo, 1990)
  • 3D Rosava Pipe – Kola (Podrum demo, 2002)
  • Prolece – Stefan Milenkovic (Prolece, 2007)
  • Buka za decu – Filip telefonira (Bukvar Massacre, 1992)
  • Osmi Putnik II – Brzina (Drugi, ??? )
  • Very Expensive Porno Movie – Vaginal (Fist Fuck Fever. ???)
  • SMF – Maratonci (demo, 1991)
  • MFT – Sick Boy (demo, 1991)
  • Patareni – Debilana (Split with Anal Cunt, 1990)
  • No Abuse – Grind Coruption (Jebeni napredak, 2000)
  • Satan Panonski – Kliktaj (Ljuljajmo Ljubljeni Ljubicasti Ljulj, 1989)
  • Disciplin A Kitschme – Behind Nine Hills (I Think I see Myself on CCTV, 1996)
  • Pure – New Life (1993)
  • Pornhouse – Reject (Znnoy , 2008)
  • Miladojka Youneed – Bloodylon (Bloodylon, 1990)
  • Paraf – Javna kupatila (Izleti, 1981)

The information and bands represented on this podcast certainly don’t cover the entire Dark Scene, so it is encouraged that you use this show as a starting point to discovering a great music scene.  Here are a few links to get you started on exploring the scene while you are listening to the show:








As always, support the artists as well as this scene. You will hear how One and Plutonium Product talk about a scene without geographical and political borders, and this is a concept that is in direct line with the philosophies of Razor Blade Dance Floor. It doesn’t matter which part of the world you live in.  You are a part of the industrial community, and no border should stop you from making each other stronger by supporting the artists and their creations.

This is a great collection of music. If you haven’t enjoyed part one of the podcast, please listen to that one first because it sets the stage for part two.