Their style a synthesis of industrial electronics and dance music, Haujobb formed in Germany in 1993 around the trio of Dejan Samardzic, Daniel Meier with B. Junemann. After the release of a cassette-only album named Drift Wheeler, Haujobb signed to Off Beat Records and in 1993 released a proper debut, Homes and Gardens. The trio toured Germany and issued the album in the States, but said farewell to Junemann in 1995, just after the release of Freeze Frame Reality. A split release with :wumpscut: titled The Remix Wars, Strike 1 appeared one year later, and Haujobb also contributed remixes to Front Line Assembly and Download; cEvin Key returned the favor on the Frames remix EP. Their third album, Solutions from a Small Planet, appeared in 1996, followed by the two-disc Matrix, which included remixes as well as individual samples so bedroom boffins could remake tracks from Solutions for a Small Planet themselves. Haujobb returned two years later with Ninetynine; an accompanying remix collection followed in 1999. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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