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Mussolini Headkick - Themes For Violent Retribution album flac Performer: Mussolini Headkick
Title: Themes For Violent Retribution
Style: Industrial, EBM
Released: 1989
Country: US
MP3 album: 1656 mb
FLAC album: 1885 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: MPC XM AAC MP2 ADX MP1 DXD
Genre: Electronic

Themes For Violent Retribution ‎(CD, Album). World Domination Recordings. The few brilliant songs.

A very strange band indeed, one that's hardly afraid to experiment with a variety of ideas without getting caught up in any of them for the entire album.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Your God Is Dead
Written-By – Butcher*
A2 Europe
Written-By – Butcher*
A3 Space To Breath
Written-By – Butcher*
A4 Forgotten
Written-By – Butcher*
B1 Jesus Collects
Written-By – Tyler*, Butcher*
B2 Plain Unhappy
Written-By – God
B3 The Eagle Has Landed
Written-By – God , Butcher*
B4 Death Path
Written-By – God

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – BE'S Songs
  • Recorded At – Zas Studios


  • Bass, Backing Vocals – Ant Tyler
  • Bass, Percussion, Sampler – Banzai
  • Guitar, Violin, Keyboards, Tape – God
  • Photography – John Heartfield
  • Producer – Luc Van Acker
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – J-P Everaerts*
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Drum Programming – John Butcher


This release includes an insert with the songs lyrics and an explanation of their anti-nazi political views.
Some copies came in a white plastic bag with a "Anti-Fascist Product" sticker on front.

Made in Belgium
(P) BE'S Songs 1989

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 413443 666118
  • Barcode (String): 5413443666118
  • Rights Society: SABAM
  • Rights Society: BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WAX 7098 Mussolini Headkick Themes For Violent Retribution ‎(LP, Album) Wax Trax! Records WAX 7098 US 1989
WD 6661-CD Mussolini Headkick Themes For Violent Retribution ‎(CD, Album) World Domination Recordings WD 6661-CD Belgium 1989
WAXCS 7098 Mussolini Headkick Themes For Violent Retribution ‎(Cass, Album) Wax Trax! Records, World Domination Recordings WAXCS 7098 US 1989
WAX 7098 Mussolini Headkick Themes For Violent Retribution ‎(LP, TP) Wax Trax! Records WAX 7098 US 1989
WAXCD 7098 Mussolini Headkick Themes For Violent Retribution ‎(CD, Album) Wax Trax! Records WAXCD 7098 US 1989

Comments: (2)
The first track "Your God Is Dead" is the main reason to get this album. It has quickly grown into one of my favourite guitar industrial tracks mainly thanks to the angry, venomous attitude and the massive chorus. Angry, heavy, danceable and VERY punk, this song is a must-have for any industrial rock/metal and ebm fans.Rest of the album is very varied but unfortunately nowhere near a powerfull as the first track. Tracks Europe and the chilling and dark Forgotten are definitely still worth a listen though. This album really sounds like these guys were still trying to find their own sound and experimented with lots of different influences giving the album a chaotic feel and unfortunately many of these experiments just didn't work out. The second album Blood On The Flag is a much more unified and solid release, but then again, it does not have standout tracks like Your God Is Dead or Forgotten....Overall this album is a good purchase as a relic from the era when industrial rock/metal was much more than just generic metal with trance synths and black metallish vocals. The few brilliant songs here and the massive variety push this album far above most of the stuff made nowadays in this style.
Less convincing than the following dramatic "Blood On The Flag", Mussolini Headkick's debut album lives on the contrast between a rather easy and melodic EBM/beat music and sharp, angry and political lyrics. "The Eagle Has Landed" refers to a certain eagle that is imposing its rule on the entire world (no, not that other eagle 60 years ago). "Hey Europe" is one of the few political songs talking directly to Europe as a whole that I know ("Hey Europe, are you ready for this?"). Probably the best track is "Forgotten", a freezing and desperate song about an old actress who lives her last, sad days in the poverty and cold of a motel in Berlin.I also appreciate very much "Your God Is Dead", which in the chorus immediately calls to mind Nine Inch Nails' "Heresy" and "Wish", as there is more than one similarity between these songs... were it not that "Themes For Violent Retribution" was released in 1989...The cover sports a painting by John Heartfield, famous anti-nazi artist who realized a lot of propaganda art pieces against Hitler and the III Reich. Of course, much like with Laibach's "Opus Dei" (that used another of his paintings), nobody understood a fuck about it and the record had to be released inside a white censorship bag with a sticker claiming that this was no fascist music...Let me quote the chorus from "Your God Is Dead", and let words speak for themselves:"You nailed him up now you tear him downYour head held high your heart so proudToo blind to see the evil in youOnce a week you flock like foolsYOUR GOD IS DEAD"