Electronic Body Music
Electronic body music (EBM) or industrial dance is a music genre that combines elements of industrial music and electronic dance music. It first came to prominence in Belgium.
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... In the late 1990s and after the millennium, Swedish and German groups such as Tyske Ludder, Coinside and Spetsnaz have made EBM music ... In the same time period, a number of artists from the European techno scene started including more elements of EBM in their sound ...
... "Body To Body" 415 9 ... of No Comment slightly changed the EBM reference, which read "Electronic body music recorded on 8 tracks" ... The track Body to Body originally appeared on the This Is Electronic Body Music in 1988, which included a number of electronic body music tracks from various ...
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... Electronic body music combines elements of industrial music and electronic dance music ... It denotes a certain type of danceable electronic music, a mixture of synthpunk and industrial music ...
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