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Formed in 1987 by performance artists Jim Marcus and Van Christie, Die Warzau (originally referred to as Die Warzau Synfony) has operated on the fringes of industrial music, creating a unique sound. An everpresent and important part of Die Warzau's appeal is the sociopolitical lyricism and emotive vocals of Jim Marcus. Originally signed to Chris Parry's Fiction Records, the band released Disco Rigido in the late 1980s (distributed in the United States by Atlantic Records), which featured "Welcome To America", "Land of the Free" and "I've Got To Make Sense".
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Liberated - (5:10) - 272 plays
- All Good Girls - (6:19) - 199 plays
- Missing It - (4:16) - 168 plays
- Belly - (6:15) - 163 plays
- Grounded - (7:48) - 142 plays
- Linoleum - (3:43) - 256 plays
- Allgoodgirls - (6:19) - 181 plays
- Muck - (5:23) - 119 plays
- Welcome to America - (5:01) - 97 plays
- Strike to the Body - (3:50) - 94 plays
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