batch of 13 tracks (clocking in at a 24 minute) can be interpreted
differently. Given that the lyrics are in German and the music is
highly intense and energetic this can be interpreted as the world
view of an average German who is born after the WW II being imbued
with shame and angriness and anxiety. However, for German culture and for all of us
in general it would turn out as a positive consequence thanks to the
appearance of Karlheinz Stockhausen, and krautrock. The first of them
showed how the recording and studio technique must be employed for
future poppy and artsy juggernauts like The Beatles, Pink Floyd and
the latter as a liberatory artsy sonic movement to have influenced
post-punk, ambient, electronic music, hip-hop and indie music. For
instance, the alien-alike aesthetic of Kraftwerk did provide an
outlet for oppressed afro-Americans to take a next step forward.
However, it seems to me Vincent DeVine has produced the album with
tongue-in-cheek attitude as well because it is exaggerated in lyrics
and sound and shouting singing through unexpected yet funny samples.
In a word, the intention of an artist can not be underestimated. At
times it is deliberately kitschy and campy, but it can be taken
seriously only with humour and fun. Otherwise it may be as bad as
shit. Moreover, some clichés are fixed to blow them to a ridiculous
extent. It may be as punk as your granny behind the bongos. This wild
ride is a part of the French imprint Sirona-Records.