300.000 V.K. (300,000 Verschiedene Krawalle) is a techno side-project of Laibach. Correct tag: 300.000 V.K..

300.000 V.K. was founded in the same time as Laibach by Laibach founder and most important member Dejan Knez. But, 300.00 V.K. released it’s first album ‘Paracelsus’ in 1994, soon followed by ‘Also Sprach Johann Paul II’ in 1996. A third album, the Bill Gates-inspired ‘Hard Drive’ followed in 1999. There was a lengthy gap to the next 300.000 V.K. album, but ‘Titan’ was finally released in 2005. The group has also been credited with some Laibach remixes.

Paracelsus (1994)
Also Sprach Johann Paul II (1996)
Hard Drive (1999 - credited to Bill Gates + 300.000 V.K.)
Titan (2005)

Edited by Roope75 on 20 Sep 2010, 20:09

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