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Weezer – Weezer (Black Album)

Weezer - Weezer (Black Album)

In the spring of 2016, Rivers Cuomo announces with a loose tongue that his band Weezer is heading to the recent published surf rock album “Weezer (White Album)” an opposing work, which is to carry the title “Weezer (Black Album)”, wants to follow. This should be much darker than his summer feeling spewing predecessor, yes Coumo even wants to curse, what you are waiting in vain in the eleven Weezer albums so far. However, your own plan does not seem to go so far, so in October 2017 the cheerful Read More

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Tom Walker – What A Time To Be Alive

Finally! It took a long time to be patient, eager to wait and pass the time. Almost two years ago, Tom Walker released his song “Leave A Light On”, celebrating an intoxicating success. In 2018 he was acted by the BBC as Newcomer of the Year, released with the singles “Just You And I” and “Angels” more great songs and recently got his first BRIT Award. “What A Time To Be Alive” is now called his debut album and fully meets all of the accumulated expectations.

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Anna Loos – Toolbox

Anna Loos Toolbox

Anna Loos is not so easy. The 48-year-old from Brandenburg is probably 50% actress, 50% singer and still not everyone a term. Since you play for over 20 years in countless crime scene episodes from the ass, but always remains the wife of Jan-Josef Liefers. Something similar in the music: 12 years the new singer of the band Silly, each of the three albums went Top 5, a single even Top 20 and still one is with the old fans of the band always “the bad substitute for Tamara Read More

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Ariana Grande – thank u, next

Ariana Grande - thank u, next

Like a never-ending spiral, headlines revolved around vocalist Ariana Grande over the last six months and uncovered one alleged scandal after another. Headlines about the terrorist attack in Manchester, about Ariana’s engagement and the very quick resolution of this. The death of her ex-boyfriend – whom you also kindly wanted to attach and the one or other failed tattoo. Away from the music world, Ariana Grande was allowed to listen to a lot and process all of this in her own way: with Read More

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Picture Book – Vernissage My Heart

Picture Book - vernissage my heart

It’s not a bold political statement, but a clear one. On February 15th, the Indie-Popper picture book will be releasing their single “Europa 22”, flanked by an action that draws its circles. On the website https://bilderbucheuropa.love fans, hater, interested can make their very own EU passport, which is then available in image form. The band thus strengthens the statement that they themselves leave in the song: “A life without limits. A freedom to give away. A freedom not to think. “

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Christian Steiffen – God of Schlager

Christian Steiffen God of Schlager

Do you really want to listen to an album called God of Schlager ? Yes, you want. But only if Hardy Schwetter is the interpreter. The 48-year-old Osnabrücker already found his niche as a Christian Steiffen in 2009 and still has enough ideas for longplayer no. 3 to justify this further output of frivolity. With Gott of Schlager , after four years of studio break, there are ten new tracks the world has been waiting for. A forty-five minutes Read More

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Alice Merton – MINT

“So, this is her debut album?” – Somehow I responded when I learned that “MINT” was actually the first one own record of Alice Merton is. And I’m certainly not the only one. After all, in the last one and a half years, and especially in the summer of 2017, the singer and her songs have barely passed the singer-especially the hit “No Roots”, which was certainly one of the most-played songs of the year before last. After an EP and a few singles, the album debut of the young woman, with which Read More

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Christina Perri – Songs for Carmella: lullabies & sing-a-longs

Christina Perri_lullabies for carmella

It’s been a long time since we heard anything about Christina Perri got. The singer from Pennsylvania celebrated great success in 2010 with the song “Jar Of Hearts” and finally her breakthrough. It was followed by two albums, another hit with the song “A Thousand Years” from the fourth Twilight movie and the last big single “Human” in 2013. Then it was quiet around Christina Perri. Almost five years later, she returns with a new album “Songs for Carmella: lullabies & sing – a – longs”, Read More

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Backstreet Boys – DNA

In 1996 the Backstreet Boys climbed the top of the charts in Germany for the first time with the song “Quit playin ‘games with my heart” , Formed in 1993 by Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, Nick Carter and Kevin Richardson, the band is still one of the most successful boy bands in the world. Tracks like “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”, “As Long As You Love Me”, “I Want It That Way” or “Shape Of My Heart” have long since achieved cult status and have become indispensable in the Read More

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Rudimental – Toast To Our Differences

“Suddenly the sun comes up / And I feel my love floodin ‘back again, yeah / Until the sun comes up / And I feel like comin ‘up again. “They always work in the background and are responsible for the big hits. The British music collective Rudimental unites since the year 2010 to record the charts with good electronic numbers. After two outstanding albums “Home” and “We the Generation” Rudimental present their third album “Toast To Our Differences” after three years, celebrate the diversity Read More

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