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Ich weiß gar nicht was ihr alle habt!!

Ganz Ehrlich: Das Album ist der Knaller!! Und ihr die meckert, meckert sowieso egal was für Mucke drauf ist!!
Ihr heult den 80 gern hinterher...??? Wir haben 2012!!! Die alten Sachen sind Super genial und trotzdem muss sich jede Band den Jahrzehnten anpassen...!!! Das is halt so... Auf dem Album sind Schnelle Tracks, weniger schnelle aber lustige Tracks usw...
Ich finds sensationell!!!
Vorallem: ist das noch Punkrock, Fiasko,
TCR, Captain Metal, M+F, das darfst du usw...!!!!
BFR...!!!

Endlich!!!

Die Ärzte sind unschlagbar!

Biography

Formed: 1982 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Die Ärzte spearheaded the German punk rock revolution. While never achieving the international renown of rivals Die Toten Hosen, their impact on Central European music and culture is profound, and their satirical and often political songs are even taught in German schools. Die Ärzte (German for "the Physicians") formed in Berlin in 1982. Singer/guitarist Farin Urlaub (born Jan Vetter, the alias a play on the German expression "Fahr in urlaub!" or "Go on vacation!") and drummer Bela B. (born Dirk...
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  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Punk, World
  • Released: Apr 13, 2012

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