Jim Marcus Biography
James Marcus (born March 22, 1966) is a musician, artist, political activist, and respected typographer who is best known for his work as the lead singer and founder of the Industrial band Die Warzau. He is credited as engineer, remixer, vocalist, songwriter, percussionist, drummer, bass player, pianist, keyboardist or artist on albums by Die Warzau, GoFight, Sister Machine Gun, Björk, Pigface, Pansy Division, The Swans, Haloblack, Chris Connelly, KMFDM, Skrew, Machines of Loving Grace, Stabbing Westward, Gravity Kills, Everplastic, Screaming Rachel, Dessau, Chemlab, The Final Cut, Testify, Mindfunk, Little Louis and various other artists across many different genres. His work can be heard on some of the most popular tracks by many of these groups, such as the Pigface’s “Asphole”, “Aboriginal”, “Steamroller”, etc., KMFDM’s “Light”, Sister Machine gun’s “Wired”, “Lung”, “Nothing”, etc.
Jim Marcus is a famous Musician, who was born on March 22, 1966 in United States.
According to Astrologers, Jim Marcus zodiac sign is Aries
In the late eighties, Jim Marcus and his partner Van Christie were working as individual performance artists in Chicago, Illinois. Their early shows as the band kept their performance art roots and were less about music than destruction and visual mayhem, garnering attention from fans, members of the press, and police officers. Fiction Records, distributed in the United States by Polygram and at the time serving as home to bands like The Cure and Eat, added Die Warzau to its roster after a particularly destructive show created a minor public relations blitz in the city. In 1988 the band’s first single, “I’ve Got to Make Sense,” reached number twenty-three on Billboard’s dance chart and topped college club charts across the country. Their next single, “Land of the Free,” climbed to the top spot on the Billboard dance charts and stayed on the import charts for a record thirty-six weeks. Since Fiction was an English label, the record was classified as an import release.
Jim Marcus Net Worth
Jim Marcus is one of the richest Musician. Jim Marcus is also listed on the elit list of Richest Musician born on March 22 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Jim Marcus net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
|Jim Marcus Net Worth & Salary|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Source of Wealth||Musician|
|House||Living in own house.|
2013 Music for Military Torture, Pulseblack Records
2015 Napalm Baby, Pulseblack Records
2016 American Jihadi, Pulseblack Records
2018 Tokyo Sexwale, Pulseblack Records
2007 Wonderland, Pulseblack Records (unreleased as of 12/31/09)
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1989 Disco Rigido, Polygram/Fiction
1991 Big Electric Metal Bass Face, Atlantic
1994 Engine, WaxTrax!/TVT
2004 Convenience, Pulseblack Records
2006 Supergangbang, Pulseblack Records (unreleased as of 12/31/09)
2008 Vinyl 88, Pulseblack Records
2010 Borghild, Pulseblack Records (Promo Only Release)
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Jim Marcus has designed over 100 commercially available typefaces for various foundries but has a concentration of work available through T26, a font foundry in Chicago founded by Carlos Segura of Segura Inc. with which he has been involved with since its inception in 1992. His designs, including such staple designer fonts as Aquiline, Lassigue D’Mato, and Prophecy, have been used for many book covers. He is credited with being one of the first “grunge” typographers, developing fonts such as Escalido, Glue, Airflo and Toreador that encouraged artists to step outside of comfortable design approaches and develop more uniquely troubled and chaotic works. His typefaces are used generously by artists such as Dave McKean, whose work mixes multiple media and is a good example of this sort of chaotic refinement of artistic energy.