The official cover and CD artwork for Hansel & Fritzl is considered to be highly offensive as it contains a swastika.  The Fritzl part of the name is derived from Josef Fritzl, the Austrian bastard who imprisoned his daughter for 24 years in the cellar.  This CD was made on the day of his conviction and represents the dichotomy between good (Hansel, as in Hansel & Gretel) and bad (Fritzl), or nice and nasty as is the music on this mix.  The swastika is used because Josef Fritzl blamed the Nazis for fostering the twisted morality which led him to imprison his daughter - it is not meant as an insult to any race or religion. 

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