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Influenced by artists as diverse as Nick Drake, Jay-Z, and Led Zeppelin, Ein Geschenkter Tag is the second solo album from Freundeskreis founding member Max Herre. Backed by his own four-piece band, the Samon Kawamure-produced LP eschews the hip-hop influences of his debut in favor of a soulful and acoustic singer/songwriter vibe. Featuring contributions from several of his Nesola labe-mates, the 2009 release includes the singles "Geschenkter Tag," "Blick Nach Vorn," and "Scherben" alongside a cover version of Udo Lindenberg's "Wir Wollen Doch Einfach Nur Zusammen Sein." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 22 April 1973 in Stuttgart, Germany

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Though he grew up in a home where music was very important, Max Herre was first exposed to hip-hop in school, and was instantly hooked. Initially he listened solely to American rappers, but after hearing fellow Germans Advanced Chemistry he decided that he too could rap in his native tongue. In 1996 Herre joined up with Don Philippe and DJ Friction and formed Freundeskreis, who released Quadratur des Kreises in 1997 and Esperanto in 1999. When the group decided to go on hiatus Herre began trying...
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Ein geschenkter Tag, Max Herre
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  • 99,00 kr
  • Genres: Pop, Music, German Pop
  • Released: 17 September 2009

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