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 133

Archive release of episode 133 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on April 14, 2010

Original show notes from this episode:

Your friendly neighborhood Duffman has taken the controls for this episode and it will prove to be an interesting episode.  There are new songs, old songs and an interview – sort of.  You’ll have to listen to find out why.

  • Laibach – God is God – Jesus Christ Superstar
  • Rorschach Test – Satan – Unclean
  • Front 242 – Modern Angel – 05:22:09:12 Off
  • Cya-Junk – Demons – Drek Kick EP
  • Rammstein – Engel – Sehnsucht
  • Vile Evils – Demon – Vive Le Vileevil
  • 9th Evolution – Dreams of Disintegration – Life Atomic
  • 9th Evolution – Kill the King – Life Atomic
  • 9th Evolution – Paracelsus’ Alchemy – Life Atomic
  • 9th Evolution – Life Atomic – Life Atomic
  • 9th Evolution – Castle Bravo – Life Atomic
  • Weird Al Yankovic – Germs – Running with Scissors
  • Lead into Gold – Faster than Light – Age Of Reason
  • 16Volt – You Run – Full Black Habit
  • Empty – Alone (Instrumental) – Open Aeon
  • Heavy-Current – Temper – Push The Fire
  • Mordor – Banzai – Жажда!
  • Salon Betty – Last Cigarette (Pub Mix) – Best of Salon Betty

Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 101

Archive release of episode 101 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on June 21, 2009

Original show notes from this episode:

Chrome Skin Jesus is out on vacation this week, so Duffman is sitting in to give you a great show.  The whole show is dedicated to cover songs.  There are covers of U2, Depeche Mode, Sisters of Mercy, Berlin and many more including a real classic.  There is even a brand new band making its debut on Razor Blade Dance Floor.

  • Love Boat – 16 Volt
  • This Corrosion – In Exremo
  • Gotterfunken – Tanzwut
  • Tainted Love – Marilyn Manson
  • Being Boiled – KMFDM
  • Two Wires Thin – Cyanotic
  • Das Modell – Rammstein
  • Numb – Die Krupps
  • Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap – 16 Volt
  • The Cross – Laibach
  • Order of Death – Virus 23
  • Physical (You’re So) – NIN
  • Sex – Rorschach Test
  • How Soon is Now – Snake River Conspiracy
  • Freedom of Choice – 16 Volt
  • Ich Bin Ein Auslander – Die Krupps
  • Stripped – Rammstein
  • To Have and To Hold – Fractured Machines


Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 093, Part 1

Archive release of episode 93, Part 1 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on April 26, 2009

Original show notes from this episode:

Here an episode of Razor Blade Dance Floor like no other.  It is dedicated exclusively to the region of the world now known collectively as the Balkan States, or more maybe more familiar as the area once known as Yugoslavia.

In this area there is a music scene and collective best known as The Dark Scene, and in a partnership with Razor Blade Dance Floor, this music scene is dissected and explored in great detail in a very informative and entertaining podcast.  It was so big, that it needed to be broken down in to 2 parts.

In this first part, you will hear about the area of the world that is this podcasts subject matter, the creation of the Dark Scene, and information about some of the bands that are important to that scene.

Here is what you will hear on Part 1:

  • Siddharta – B Mashina (Nord, 2001)
  • Psyho-path – Air rager (Terminal, 2000)
  • Crossroatsz – War (Unkillable Constitution, 2006)
  • VIVIsect – Neusatz (Live, 1992)
  • Katarza – Schlog (Katarza, 1994)
  • Rapid Force – Hero (Apotheosis Of War, 1995)
  • Overdose – Nerve on It (demo, 1992)
  • Retro Mind – New Mind (Soundcutting 2 1999)
  • Bjesovi – Vreme je (Bjesovi, 1994)
  • Klopka za Pionira – Da li hoces da ti pevam (Planetarni covek, 2006)
  • Koh – Thoughtful Animal (The Censor EP, 2008)
  • Croatia – SexA – No Sleep Till Pussy (No Sleep Till Pussy, 1990)
  • Transmisia – Pure Impurity (Dumbshow. 1993)
  • Kismet – Dom (Mizar Tribute, 2000 ??)
  • Anastasia – Face (Nokturnal, 1998)
  • Mizar – Stoj (Mizar, 1988)
  • Laibach – Drzava (Laibach, 1985)
  • Borghesia – Naked uniformed dead (Escorts and Models, 1988)
  • Figurative Theatre – Saturation V2.0 (Analoque Monstrosities, 2006)

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.

If you haven’t done so already, download part 2. It’s just as good as part 1!


Razor Blade Dance Floor Podcast: Episode 066

Archive release of episode 66 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.

Originally published on August 17, 2008

Original show notes from this episode:

This is part 2 of Duffmans ‘History of Industrial Music’ contribution to RBDF.  For part 1, please download episode number 65.

Duffman has made a two part show going through an early history of Industrial Music.  This not only covers the beginning of industrial as a genre, but also where the foundation for industrial music started and the artist and musicians who directly influenced industrial music as we know it today.

Some of the bands played range from Throbbing Gristle to Front 242 to Ministry to early Nine Inch Nails.  As a bonus and some extra time at the end of part two, he also plays some early Tear Garden, covers of Skinny Puppy and Nine Inch Nails songs, early Laibach and a new song from Out Out.

Set list for this episode:

Artist Song Album
Skinny Puppy Far Too Frail Remission
Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria Micro-Phonies
Nitzer Ebb Join In The Chant All States Promo
Killing Joke Night Time For Beginners
Nine Inch Nails Sanctified Purest Feeling
The Tear Garden You and Me and Rainbows Tired Eyes Slowly Burning
Ministry Smothered Hope Ministry Box
Devo Head Like A Hole Supercop: Music From and Inspired by the Dimension Motion Picture (Compilation)
Laibach Drzava Anthems
Out Out Lavaged Ionium Rusts Assumed Outrivaling