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:WUMPSCUT: is an electro-industrial project from Germany. It was founded in May of 1991 by Bavarian disc jockey Rudy Ratzinger (born June 3, 1966).

Ratzinger has always been the main creative force behind :wumpscut:, occasionally employing the help of others as guest artists. Ratzinger cites the influence of such bands as Leæther Strip as his reason for making the transfer from DJing to…

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  • I pronounce it as it looks to my English-speaking eyes. I also tend to give an enthusiastic sound-effect inflection on the "wump" (WHUMPscut!), just because it amuses me. :P
  • People, let's finally figure out, how do we pronounce wumpscut? I tend to say it in German, with "v" and "oo", but maybe there is something i don't know? I was able only to google that it's a synthitec word...
  • i adore you mein schatz
  • If you've loved Wumpscut as much as I have over the years and haven't listened to Youth Code, then I'm thoroughly unimpressed. If you love yourself, you would check out Youth Code.
  • DrFloccin: Usually artists need around 2 years for a album. At least Dark Electro, EBM, Industrial Genre. And I usually enjoy them more than Wumpscut albums. There are more good tracks and sometimes not even boring. Sometimes artists need even longer. Best example Grendel. He took nearly 5 years for his album Timewave Zero and its very good and unique. Harsh Generation was also a masterpiece which took 3 years. However, not sure if he really worked that long on them or also had a long break or made a EP. Takes pretty long though and usually there are only 8 real tracks on his albums. However, they are amazing and I prefer this over releasing an album every year with mostly boring tracks. Already 5 years ago Alien Vampires released their last album. Really waiting for it. However, they had some EP, single and compilation tracks. I really expect it to be a masterpiece. But this is a downside. Sometimes albums cant stand exceptations.
  • nice... yeah!
  • VELVET ACID CHRIST's cover of :wumpscut: Is It You... I liked it a lot, man!!
  • need live event
  • Yep I have the same opinion too !

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