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I have very warm memories of a greatest hits collection based on his first
several albums I got possession of when I was 15 or so. The songs that hit
me were Coney Island Baby, Sweat Jane and Wild Child. I was totally hooked
by their sentimentality, and the fact that he used the word "rain" a lot.
On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 7:04 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
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I have very warm memories of a greatest hit=
s collection based on his first several albums I got possession of when I w=
as 15 or so. =A0The songs that hit me were Coney Island Baby, Sweat Jane an=
d Wild Child. I was totally hooked by their sentimentality, and the fact th=
at he used the word "rain" a lot.
Oct 28, 2013 at 7:04 PM, Ralf Mardorf <firstname.lastname@example.org=
They never were a so called "Neue Deutsche Welle" Band, this perf=
is a "we need money to live" performance, originally they where _=
The "walk on the wilde side" robbery was always a PITA, but the o=
version wasn't that bad.
They are a good example, why you can't live from rock'n'roll in=
They are good musicians, but just embarrassing when they tried to make a
living with their music.
We have real blamable pseudo-rock'n'rollres, in Germany Kreator, So=
etc. pp.. Extrabreit were "good guys", but lost their souls as ma=
many other good musicians.
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