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Neuroticfish's sole member was Sascha Mario Klein. Klein cited his musical inspirations as such bands as Skinny Puppy, Nine Inch Nails, The Cure, and Depeche Mode, and began experimenting with music on his own in the early 90s. After starting Neuroticfish, Klein did not make the typical efforts of a musician to send out a demo; instead, he relied on the internet to release and promote his music. Klein was eventually offered a place on a synthpop sampler called A Reflexion of Synthpop, which allowed the project to gain popularity within the club scene.
The project gained some notoriety for two songs—"Black Again" and "Prostitute"—containing the sample "Electronic body music is dead", which Neuroticfish adopted as a catchphrase. The single "The Bomb" contains advertisement for the band's website, www.ebmisdead.com.
In 2002, two singles charted on the Deutsche Alternative Charts: "Prostitute" at number 3 for 8 weeks and WakeMeUp! at number 4, also for 8 weeks.
On 4 January 2008, the official Neuroticfish MySpace page announced that the band would cease to exist after its performance at the 2008 Wave-Gotik-Treffen festival in Leipzig, Germany. On 12 May, the official web site for the project stated that the musical project had been "closed".
On the 20th of July 2012 a official Facebook Page and Homepage resurfaced, stating that Neuroticfish are back and working on a new album.
On March 13th 2013, a new Song (“Former Me”) was released on SoundcloudWide ThumbClearartFanartBanner User Comments