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  1. AllMusic defines industrial music as the "most abrasive and aggressive fusion of rock and electronic music " that was "initially a blend of avant-garde electronics experiments ( tape music, musique concrète, white noise, synthesizers, sequencers, etc.) and punk provocation". [2]

  2. Música industrial Música industrial es un género de música electrónica / experimental que hace uso de temas transgresivos y suele estar asociada con angustia e ira contraculturales. Aunque ideológicamente asociada al punk, 1 la música industrial es generalmente más compleja y diversa, tanto a nivel sonoro como lírico.

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    Industrial music comprises many styles of experimental music, including many forms of electronic music. The term was coined in the mid-1970s for Industrial Records artists. The first industrial artists experimented with noise and controversial topics. Their production was not limited to music, but included mail art, performance art, installation pi...

    Dark ambient projects like Coil, Lilith, Nurse with Wound, Lustmord, and Zoviet France, evolved out of industrial music during the 1980s. These artists make use of non-musical material and noise, but less abrasively than other post-industrial musicians, bordering more on ambient

    Electro-Industrial draws on Electronic Body Music, and developed in the mid-1980s. While EBM has a minimal structure and clean production, electro-industrial has a deep, complex and layered sound. The style was pioneered by Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, and Wumpscut. In the

    EBM combines elements of European industrial, German electronic music such as that of Klaus Schulze, music of the Neue Deutsche Welle electropunk scene. It first came to prominence in Belgium. The name was coined by Ralf Hütter of Kraftwerk in 1978 to explain the more ...

    The best-selling offshoots of industrial music are industrial rock and metal; Ministry and Nine Inch Nails both recorded platinum-selling albums. Their success led to an increase in commercial success for some other post-industrial musicians; the Nine Inch Nails remix album Further Down the Spiral, for example, which included contributions from Foe...

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    Industrial musicals originated from company songs, anthems and jingles for promoting enthusiasm among workers. The songs were brought in by the management, as opposed to worker-created work songs. Internal musical groups could be formed to encourage company loyalty, keep employees happy, and to help advertise the company to the public. Early 20th c...

    The Mighty "O" – Oldsmobile(1953 for the '54 model year)
    1000 and | One– Oldsmobile (1954 for the '55 model year)
    This is Oldsmobility– Oldsmobile (1957 for the '58 model year)
    Good News about Olds– Oldsmobile (1958 for the '59 model year)
    Barbaro, Michael (2006). A touch of Broadway near Bentonville. New York Times, June 3. (A musical at the 2006 Wal-Martshareholder meeting.)
    Doane, Rex, et al. (2001). Corporate anthems. WNYC's April 7, 2001 broadcast of their radio show, On the Media. An interview with collector Steve Young and others.
    Ebenkamp, Becky (2001). Corporate America sings: musical shows about company products. Brandweek, April 23.
  3. Industrial folk music, industrial folk song, industrial work song or working song is a subgenre of folk or traditional music that developed from the 18th century, particularly in Britain and North America, with songs dealing with the lives and experiences of industrial workers.