KMFDM - Naïve
If you're a KMFDM fan, then you want this.
In 1990, KMFDM released Naïve, the album that is generally agreed by fans to be where the band hit their stride.
Unfortunately, the track "Liebeslied" used unauthorized samples off of "O Fortuna", from Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.
The original album was recalled, then reissued in as Naïve: Hell to Go, which featured a new cover, several remixed tracks, and the offending sample removed. There have been subsequent reissues of this album, but none of them contain the offending "O Fortuna" sample.
Since then, the original album has become the ultimate KMFDM collectors item, and it gets rarer and rarer as time goes by.
The Warehouse is selling the original Wax Trax! Records pressing of this CD. This may be your last chance to own this important piece of KMFDM history!
The CD, a lucky find at a record store over fifteen years ago, is in great condition. There are a few minor scratches on the disc, but nothing that effects play or ripping abilities. The inserts are in mint condition, and there are no promo holes, spine cuts or promotional stamps to be found.