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Album Review

Combining folk, pop, and polka with their trademark punk rock sound, The Long Way Home is the experimental eighth studio album from German five-piece Donots. Produced by longtime collaborator Vincent Sorg, the 2010 follow-up to Coma Chameleon includes the singles "Forever Ends Today" and "Calling." A deluxe edition, featuring six tracks from their previous album, was also later released. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Great punk rock album!

The Long Way Home is awesome, and the bonus tracks like "Headphones" are just great punk rock songs that make me want to check out their older albums as well. I really love these guys and I'm glad they finally made it over the US.

Their good

These guys rock, its just the sound I was looking for!


Formed: 1993 in Ibbenburen, Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A German punk institution for over two decades, Donots were formed in 1993 by brothers Ingo and Guido Knollmann in the small coal-mining town of Ibbenbüren. After a few years of local gigs, demo recordings, and shifting personnel, the group settled on a longstanding lineup that included Ingo on vocals, Guido and Alex Siedenbiedel on guitar, Jan-Dirk Poggemann on bass, and Eike Herwig on drums. A catchy mix of anthemic punk, pop-punk, hardcore, and indie rock, Donots released their debut, Pedigree...
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