Neuroticfish was a German musical project whose styles were borrowed from EBM, futurepop, and synthpop, as well as other types of electronic music. It released its music on the Dancing Ferret Discs record label.
Neuroticfish’s sole member is Sascha Mario Klein. Klein cites his musical inspirations as such bands as Skinny Puppy, Nine Inch Nails, The Cure, and Depeche Mode, and began experimenting with music on his own in the early '90s. After Neuroticfish was born, Klein did not make the typical efforts of a musician to send out a demo; instead, he relied on the internet as a medium of expression for his music. Klein was eventually offered a place on a synthpop compilation called A Reflexion of Synthpop. From this point on, Neuroticfish gained popularity in the club scene, where he has made an impact ever since.
Klein gained some notoriety after a song (variously, one of Black Again and Prostitute, both of which contain the sample in question) contained the sample "Electronic body music is dead." It has since become somewhat of a catchphrase for Neuroticfish. In the single "The Bomb" there is an advertisement for the band's website, www.ebmisdead.com.
On January 4, 2008 the official Neuroticfish MySpace page had a message announcing that the band would cease to exist after its performance at the 2008 edition of the Wave-Gotik-Treffen festival in Leipzig, Germany. On May 12, 2008, the official Neuroticfish web site states that the musical project is "closed".
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