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Out of Line
Yeht Mae was an electro-industrial band from California which began in 1988 by vocalist and keyboard programmer Jeremy Daw. Daw was later joined by vocalist Lynda Sterling and released two self-distributed cassette demos. Their first CD "1000 Veins" was released by the British gothic/industrial label Gymnastic Records whose albums were pressed in Germany.
In 1992, musician and producer Talla 2XLC of the band Bigod 20 signed the band to his label Zoth Ommog Records where they went on to release two more CD albums.
The band's primary lyrical themes cover strange subjects such as death, experimental surgery, and alien abductions.
- Against Nature - cassette demo (1988)
- Endless Enemies - cassette demo (1990)
- 1000 Veins - CD (1991) Gymnastic Records
- Anatomy - CD (1992) Zoth Ommog
- Transmitter - CD (1994) Zoth Ommog
- eaM theY - CD (1996) Out of Line Music • CD (1997) Metropolis Records
- Sacred War - CD track #3 Keep the Devil Down (1990) Gymnastic Records
- Hurt-A Psychotechnics Compilation - LP Side B track #5Remission - (1991) Braindrops Records
- Torture Tech Overdrive - LP Side B track #5 Freedom (1991) If It Moves...
- Body Rapture II - CD track #8 Proximity Effect (1992) Zoth Ommog
- Zoth In Your Mind - CD track #3 Take Him Out Back (1993) Zoth Ommog
- The Colours of Zoth Ommog - CD track #8 Beater (1994) Zoth Ommog
- Torture Tech Overdrive - CD track #13 Freedom (1994) Cleopatra Records
- Totentanz - The Best of Zoth Ommog 2xCD CD #2 track #7 Gods and Children - (1994) Cleopatra Records
- There Is No Time - 4xCD CD #3 track #2 Gun Control (1995) Ras Dva Records
- On the Line - CD track #4 Lynaka Says Don't Dream and track #5 Heaven in Hell (1996) Out of Line
- Vertigo Compilation (04/1996) - CD track #4 Lynaka Says Don't Dream - (1996) Celtic Circle Productions
- Awake the Machines - On the Line Vol. 2 - 2xCD CD #1 track #15 Awake the Machine 1997, Out of Line / Sub/Mission Records
- The Complete History of Zoth Ommog: Totentanz - 4xCD CD #2 track #7 Gods and Children - (1999) Cleopatra Records
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