F.M. Einheit

F.M. Einheit

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Frank-Martin Strauß, better known as F.M. Einheit and also known as Mufti, (born 18 December 1958, in Dortmund) is an industrial and electronic musician from Germany.

While primarily known for his percussion work with the influential industrial group Einstürzende Neubauten, he has also collaborated with KMFDM, Goethes Erben and recorded several albums in collaboration with other musicians (such as Mona Mur, Andreas Ammer, Ulrike Haage) and solo. FM Einheit was also involved in the projects Stein and Gry.

Early years

In the late 1970s and early 1980s he was also a member of the punk bands Abwärts from Hamburg and Palais Schaumburg

In the early 1980s he joined Einstürzende Neubauten as a percussionist and became a long-time band member. Most of the percussions which FM Einheit played on were custom-made metal instruments or such tools as a hammer drill. FM Einheit was instrumental to the development of the sound of the group.

Live performances of Einstürzende Neubauten with FM Einheit included lots of metal banging, destruction on the stage and even fire. These shows became legendary and influenced the band image.

In 1988-9 he was part of Alfred 23 Harth 's group Vladimir Estragon.

1990s - 2000s

In the 1990s he was also a member of a band Stein, also featuring Ulrike Haage and Katharina Franck from the band Rainbirds.

FM Einheit left Einstürzende Neubauten in the middle 1990s during work on the album Ende Neu, due to a lack of creative...
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