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  • (The CD reissue slightly revises the artwork and two tracks, “Vade Retro Satanas” and an alternative version of “Smrt Za Smrt (Death for Death).”) Though released in , most of the material on Laibach was recorded years earlier and is also contained on Rekapitulation.
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Occupied Europe Tour - Laibach on AllMusic - - Taken from three separate dates on said tour, in.
  • Panorama Lyrics: "I oni na Istoku i ovi na Zapadu treba da budu na čisto sa time da mi ne skrečemo sa toga puta u svojoj spolnjoj politici koga smo sebi prokrčili sme godine to jest - Missing: Alternative Collection.
  • Laibach discography and songs: Music profile for Laibach, formed 1 June Genres: Industrial, Martial Industrial, Electro-Industrial. Albums include .
  • This song, and other based on national anthems are released on Volk album, which is a collection of Laibach's versions of national anthems of countries such as the United States and Russia. On this album they also included an anthem for their NSK State in Time, which is based on their song The Great Seal from the Opus Dei kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfog: Alternative Collection.
  • First cd of this album is a collection of the best of Laibach's songs from '80'S to (including the lust studio album WAT and some previously unreleased material). But second cd contains mixes, some of which are unavailable elsewhere/5(6).
  • If there aren’t many bands like Laibach, then there are even fewer bands who can say that they’ve performed in North Korea. And there will quite possibly never be another album like this. In the Slovenian avant-rockers travelled to the DPRK in to perform songs from The Sound Of Music. Yep, it’s kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfog: Panorama.
  • As Laibach took on more and more of a direct musical identity outside Slovenia, as opposed to being seen as simply part of the Neue Slowenische Kunst, the group's music gained a similar focus, though admittedly one still aimed specifically at an avant-garde level. Nova Akropola readily captures the band's stone-faced fascination with propaganda, fascism, and the implications of .