Well...technically, The Weathermen avoided to be stuffed into a common genre - you may want to call it EBM, but then, the music of this duo still refuses somehow to be categorized.

"The Last Communique..." is also the last will of a band which had it's 15 minutes of fame with "Poison" almost by accident. Apart from this, their continued willingness to be as strange as possible, including the constant refusal of assimilating to the demands of the music biz, were the major obstacles on a possible way out of the underground.
And so, almost the whole world was missing their creative and intelligent music, with tracks like "Bang!", "Let Them Come To Berlin" and "Punishment Park". "Around The World" was even used in an episode of Baywatch...
Anyway, seemingly The Weathermen appeared too early on the scene, and "Global 851" was the last regular album, released in 1992. 10 years later, The Weatherman stated their Last Communique, a Best Of...

And the best thing is...you can download the tracks for free on their website (head for the Discography and scroll down to the bottom of the page). The only minor disappointment is the quality of only 128 Kbps, but on the other hand, this should be good enough to enjoy the works of The Weathermen, and it's awfully nice of them to give away their works for free. BTW, the site itself is also worth a longer visit...and don't scratch all your Bruce Springsteen records.