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Leben Geben Leben Nehmen

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Editorial Reviews

"The mix of typical dark electronics and typical (for this band) bagpipe sounds remains characteristic, but the sound has become softer." -- Sideline.com

Heimatærde has risen to become a favorite band for many German music fans, due in part to their genre-crossing sound. The fusion of strong EBM beats with traditional medieval sounds on their previous albums has touched a nerve and is getting a lot of play on internet radio and, of course, dance floors across the US. The band's new album, Leben Geben Leben Nehmen ("Live Give Live Take") includes 12 heavy dance tracks in the vein of Combichrist, Suicide Commando, and Feindflug and is highly recommended for fans of harder industrial club music

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Introductio
  2. Heimataerde
  3. Brueder
  4. Volle Deckung
  5. Vater
  6. Nun Komm' Der Heiden Heiland
  7. Der Eid (Introductio II)
  8. Arca Memoriae
  9. Sie Zerrt An Mir
  10. 10,000 Messerschnitte
  11. Der Verfall
  12. In Alle Wigkeit


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 12, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cop International
  • ASIN: B00128X6SC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #379,382 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Eric J. Majerus on April 7, 2008
Format: Audio CD
After absolutely loving Kadavergehorsam, I had high expectations for this album. Leben Geben Leben Nehmen definitely sounds like Heimataerde but I'm somewhat disappointed in its lack of energy and drive. The album seems rather tame, which is noticable in the tone of vocals (more singing, less distortion) and a slower pace. I give it 3 stars because it's in German and I'm hoping it grows on me, but that could just be wishful thinking. There's a lot worse German music out there, but also better German music too (like Heimataerde's previous album Kadavergehorsam).
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My initial reactions to this album were like other reviewers: I was slightly disappointed. I've owned it now for well over a year, and have revisited it several times, and my feelings toward it have changed. I think it is a very competent effort by Heimataerde, very clean sounding, and really nothing bad about it. True, the pace has slowed down. The first half of Kadavergehorsam is a rollercoaster in comparison. True, it has lost some of its medieval feel; the track Volle Deckung sounds very modern, save for some sparse background chanting. Standing alone, I think it is a very good, but not excellent album. Brueder and Sie zerrt an mir are nearly pop songs, but are catchy; Nun komm der heiden Heiland (a hymn written by Martin Luther) and Arca Memoriae retain the Dark-Ages-feel, and In alle Ewigkeit closes the album with a rhythmic love song.
Overall, however, I am happy to see that Heimataerde is not confining themselves to a strict formula. Risk-taking bands may lose fans with a new creative direction, but they often create something better by breaking the mold.
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Heimataerde's previous albums are so much better than this. If your new to this band I don't suggest starting here....what a dissapointment.
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with this cd. i now have 4. 3 main albums & 1 ep.

i like this music becouse of the bagpipes & german lyrics. everybody has a different taste in music and everyone is different.
like myself i have a different music library from any other.

more i listen better it gets. even though i don't what their saying. but who needs to understand the words to have good music.
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