Top My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult Albums
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Live in San Antonio 1990 (Live 1990)
Live in San Antonio 1990 (Live 1990)
[2020]
Sinister Whisperz 2 (The Interscope Years) [Sinister Mix]
Sinister Whisperz 2 (The Interscope Years) [Sinister Mix]
[2019]
In the House of Strange Affairs
In the House of Strange Affairs
[2019]
Sinister Whisperz: The Wax Trax! Years
Sinister Whisperz: The Wax Trax! Years
[2018]
Sinister Whisperz II
Sinister Whisperz II
[2016]
I See Good Spirits and I See Bad Spirits
I See Good Spirits and I See Bad Spirits
[2016]
Spooky Tricks
Spooky Tricks
[2014]
El Infierno: Songs from the Original 1989
El Infierno: Songs from the Original 1989 "Inferno Xpress Tour"
[2013]
Sinister Whisperz - The Wax Trax! Years
Sinister Whisperz - The Wax Trax! Years
[2012]
Death Threat
Death Threat
[2009]
The Filthiest Show In Town
The Filthiest Show In Town
[2007]
The Resurrection of Luna
The Resurrection of Luna
[2007]
Diamonds & Daggerz
Diamonds & Daggerz
[2004]
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult
[2004]
The Reincarnation of Luna
The Reincarnation of Luna
[2001]
Dirty Little Secrets
Dirty Little Secrets
[1999]
A Crime for All Seasons
A Crime for All Seasons
[1996]
Hit and Run Holiday
Hit and Run Holiday
[1995]
13 Above the Night
13 Above the Night
[1993]
Sexplosion
Sexplosion
[1991]
Confessions of a Knife
Confessions of a Knife
[1990]
Related Information for My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult (often shortened to Thrill Kill Kult or TKK) is an American industrial rock band formed in 1987 originally based in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Along with Wax Trax labelmates Ministry, KMFDM, and Front 242, Thrill Kill Kult helped develop the industrial music genre, but they themselves continued to evolve, creating a sound that is not easily identified or categorized. Their music can be described as electronic club music with heavy beats, reminiscent of both disco and funk, yet amplified to a sometimes abrasive level. Thrill Kill Kult reflected a shift where dance records could be ominous and aggressive, and they laced their music with riffs and references that would seem more at home in a heavy metal... read more