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SPK, formed in 1978 in Germany, but later based in Australia, was a 1980s and early 1990s industrial music and noise music act once featuring Graeme Revell who later went on to compose soundtracks for film and television, most notably, the incidental music for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
The meaning of the SPK abbreviation is unclear and has changed, sometimes it was given as Surgical Penis Klinik other times Sozialistisches PatientenKollektiv . The most notable works of SPK are the early works, Leichenschrei and AutoDaFe. SPK's early music is best described as disturbing and psychologically disorienting. Later releases were more synth pop-oriented than industrial.
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