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1.Current 93         > 20x
2.Lustmord         > 20x
3.Einstürzende Neubauten         > 20x
4.Merzbow         > 20x
5.Swans         > 20x
6.Nurse with Wound         > 20x
7.Psychic TV         > 20x
8.Death in June         > 20x
9.Diamanda Galás         > 20x
10.Throbbing Gristle         > 20x
11.The Legendary Pink Dots         > 20x
12.Jesu         > 20x
13.The Tear Garden         19.3x
14.Laibach         18.7x
15.Fad Gadget         18.0x
16.Godflesh         17.5x
17.Autechre         14.3x
18.Negativland         14.1x
19.Foetus         13.4x
20.Skinny Puppy         10.0x
21.Scorn         9.9x
22.Earth         9.8x
23.Ulver         9.1x
24.Can         9.0x
25.Pigface         8.9x
26.Dead Can Dance         8.8x
27.The Future Sound of London         8.2x
28.Stars of the Lid         8.1x
29.Cabaret Voltaire         8.0x
30.Tones on Tail         7.9x
31.Killing Joke         7.7x
32.Big Black         7.4x
33.Wire         7.0x
34.Neurosis         6.9x
35.The Birthday Party         6.8x
36.Lydia Lunch         6.2x
37.Neu!         6.1x
38.Scott Walker         6.0x
39.The Fall         5.9x
40.Meat Beat Manifesto         5.8x
41.Boredoms         5.7x
42.SPK         5.6x
43.Boards of Canada         5.5x
44.The Jesus Lizard         5.4x
45.Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds         5.3x
46.Cocteau Twins         5.3x
47.Aphex Twin         5.2x
48.Suicide         5.2x
49.Lee "Scratch" Perry         5.2x
50.Nick Cave         5.1x
51.Melvins         4.8x
52.Sunn O)))         4.7x
53.Love and Rockets         4.6x
54.Bauhaus         4.5x
55.Siouxsie and the Banshees         4.4x
56.Alien Sex Fiend         4.4x
57.Joy Division         4.4x
58.Brian Eno         4.4x
59.Slowdive         4.4x
60.Revolting Cocks         4.4x
61.Front 242         4.1x
62.Venetian Snares         4.0x
63.Crass         4.0x
64.Cevin Key         3.9x
65.Xasthur         3.9x
66.Kraftwerk         3.7x
67.Ministry         3.7x
68.OhGr         3.6x
69.This Mortal Coil         3.6x
70.Arthur Russell         3.5x
71.Covenant         3.4x
72.The Sisters of Mercy         3.4x
73.My Bloody Valentine         3.4x
74.Peter Murphy         3.4x
75.Stereolab         3.4x
76.New Order         3.4x
77.Faust         3.3x
78.John Zorn         3.2x
79.The Residents         3.0x
80.Siouxsie Sioux         3.0x
81.Burzum         2.9x
82.Gary Numan         2.9x
83.Portishead         2.8x
84.Squarepusher         2.8x
85.Public Image Ltd         2.8x
86.Devo         2.7x
87.PJ Harvey         2.7x
88.The Smiths         2.7x
89.Godspeed You! Black Emperor         2.7x
90.Pere Ubu         2.6x
91.The Psychedelic Furs         2.6x
92.Massive Attack         2.4x
93.Red Lorry Yellow Lorry         2.4x
94.Mogwai         2.3x
95.Leonard Cohen         2.3x
96.Minor Threat         2.2x
97.Depeche Mode         2.2x
98.Darkthrone         2.2x
99.Virgin Prunes         2.2x
100.Sun Ra         2.2x
101.The Orb         2.1x
102.Björk         2.1x
103.The Jesus and Mary Chain         1.9x
104.Kyuss         1.9x
105.Mike Patton         1.9x
106.Misfits         1.9x
107.Tom Waits         1.9x
108.CocoRosie         1.8x
109.The Cramps         1.8x
110.Dead Kennedys         1.7x
111.Serge Gainsbourg         1.7x
112.Buzzcocks         1.7x
113.GG Allin         1.6x
114.Thelonious Monk         1.6x
115.Kate Bush         1.6x
116.David Bowie         1.6x
117.Specimen         1.5x
118.The Cure         1.5x
119.Gang of Four         < 1.5x
120.Sex Gang Children         < 1.5x
121.Iggy Pop         < 1.5x
122.Hüsker Dü         < 1.5x
123.Black Sabbath         < 1.5x
124.Christian Death         < 1.5x
125.Black Flag         < 1.5x
126.The Velvet Underground         < 1.5x
127.Front Line Assembly         < 1.5x
128.Cranes         < 1.5x
129.Butthole Surfers         < 1.5x
Coil was an English cross-genre, experimental music group formed in 1982 by John Balance—later credited as "Jhonn Balance"—and his partner Peter Christopherson, aka "Sleazy". The duo worked together on a series of releases before Balance chose the name Coil, which he claimed to be inspired by the omnipresence of the coil's shape in nature. Today, Coil remains one of the most influential and best known industrial music groups. The group's first official release as Coil was a 1984 12" titled How to Destroy Angels released on the Belgian Les Disques du Crepuscule's... more