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Bataillon d'Amour continued the path chosen with the previous albums Mont Klamott and Liebeswalzer, and the band further refined their musical style, producing a haunting hit with the title track "Bataillon d'Amour," which contains a beautiful fretless bassline. This song, "Schlohweißer Tag," and "Dein Cabaret Ist Tot" masterly portrayed an almost nihilistic emptiness that was so fundamentally opposite to the "everybody is happy" attitude of the GDR regime and was thus a statement in itself.


Formed: 1978 in East Berlin, Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

In the '80s, Silly were one of the most influential rock bands in what was then the GDR, the eastern part of Germany. They developed a unique style of musical inventiveness in combination with lyrics that had the ability to express issues between the lines -- an important feature for an artist to function in a dictatorship. Silly were founded at the end of the '70s by vocalist Tamara Danz, bassist Mathias Schramm, guitarist Thomas Fritzsching, keyboardists Ulrich Mann and Manfred Kusno, and drummer...
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