Brand new, never been taken out of the sleeve.
𝐆𝐞𝐧𝐫𝐞: Electro, Industrial
𝐋𝐚𝐛𝐞𝐥: Beton Kopf Media
Bunkertor 7 is an album recorded by the German industrial act, Wumpscut. It was released in Compact Disc format on Beton Kopf Media in 1997, with the catalog number ETAH 2. It was released under the title Bunker Gate Seven by Metropolis Records in North America.
It was first distributed in Europe by Discordia, later in 1997 by Nova Tekk, and again by Connected in 2000 and 2002. There are at least ten different versions of the album (including varied artwork and track lists).
Bunkertor 7 was inspired by the 1981 short film by Caro/Jeunet Le bunker de la dernière rafale (a.k.a. The Bunker of the Last Gunshots). It contains samples from the movie, notably the alarm sound on "Dying culture". The images in the LP's booklet, including the cover are from the film.
All songs on Bunkertor 7 were written, performed and produced by Rudy Ratzinger.
A1. Open Gate
A2. Torn Skin
A3. Dying Culture (2nd Movement)
A4. Bunkertor 7 (German Texture)
A5. Mortal Highway
A6. Corroded Breed
B1. Die In Winter
B2. Bunkertor 7 (Reprised)
B3. Capital Punishment
B5. Tell Me Why
B6. Close Gate
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