These attempts are made to regard as a harbinger of the emergence of the genre of electronic music in the modern understanding. Nitzer Ebb and Front 242 graciously noted that fell under the influence of Die Krupps, but the transformation of their sound can be traced in the works of Depeche Mode. Die Krupps created a new landmark in the German pop culture, combining the history of Germany with new technologies in music. Jurgen Engler provocatively calls a group on behalf of the German industrial giant, the steel group Krups, gave birth, as is commonly believed, the Nazi war machine. Their debut album Die Krupps 1981go Steelworksymphony, where ruthless metal drums lay down next to the German demonism excess, bringing the value of the release to the problems of the past in Germany, along with contemporary Anglo-American cultural colonization. The album reached the level of the plate week in the British NME. The next release Wahre Arbeit Wahrer Lohn.
Trying to turn the factory shop at the dance floor, mobilizing the rhythm of work, making the iron clang of machines with a mixture of electronic sounds in a spectacular backdrop to the entire album. Plate received the title single of the week in NME. It was at this time Jurgen introduces a new tool called the Steel-o-phone, which adds a massive presence in metal series drums and keyboards. (Not to be confused with Robert Rimberg!). The ensuing album (Full Throttle) (1982) become a classic in the genre of EBM. Ralf Dorper was invited to join with the start of the concert.