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Album Review

For her fifth album, Annett Louisan opted not to work with her usual producer and lyricist, Frank Ramond. Instead, she struck up a musical partnership with Danny Dziuk (a regular musician and songwriter for Stoppok) and producer Peter Hoffmann, with additional material written by Annette Humpe (Ideal, Ich + Ich), Ulla Meinecke, satirist Wiglaf Droste, and, for the first time in her career, Louisan herself. The record features chanson-like, guitar-based pop songs about relationships, and like Louisan's previous two albums (Das Optimal Leben and Teilzeithippie), In Meiner Mitte reached number two in the German album charts.

Biography

Born: 02 April 1977 in Havelberg, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Annett Louisan is the stage name of Annett Page, a German pop musician with cabaret flair and the whimsical aesthetic of female-fronted groups like Sixpence None the Richer and the Cardigans. Her debut album, 2004's Bohème, peaked on the German charts at number three and yielded a wistful jangle pop single called "Das Spiel." Louisan released another album the following year, Unausgesprochen, which was accompanied by a couple more singles, "Das Gefuhl" and "Das Grosse Erwachen (...Und Jetzt...)."...
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