Bis zum bitteren Ende. It charted in the German and Austrian Top 30. Viele Jahre und unzählige Konzerte später, überall auf der Welt von Argentinien bis Zweibrücken, sind die Toten Hosen bereit für weitere Abenteuer. and Reich und sexy. The first album under their own label was Opium fürs Volk (opium for the people), released in 1996. They were chosen by the jury as the best band of the event. '"Hier kommt Alex" is featured in video games Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and Rock Band (European version). In 1993, the album Kauf MICH! The drummer until 1985 was … Willkommen in … Biografie [ Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten ] Von Holst entstammt einem Adelsgeschlecht aus dem Baltikum und wuchs mit seinem älteren Bruder im Düsseldorfer Stadtteil Derendorf auf. Their team Knochenbrecher Düsseldorf (Düsseldorf Bonebreakers) lost 9:10. In May 1996 they headlined the Rock am Ring festival. Jakob Keusen briefly replaced him as the band's drummer before Wolfgang Rohde (Wölli) took over in January 1986. Seitdem wechselten mehrmals die Schlagzeuger der Band. It is also used to paraphrase impotence or lack of sexual activity, cf. 1 Seite 1 von 663; 2; 3; 4; 5 … 663; Beiträge. Campino was twice hospitalised after concerts in Byron Bay and Geelong in Australia. In the same year the band released their second live album Im Auftrag des Herrn (on the Lord's behalf). Warum werde ich nicht satt), reggae (Zehn kleine Jägermeister) or Yugoslavian gypsy music (Das Mädchen aus Rottweil). For a period, Die Toten Hosen had three albums in the German charts at the same time. Seitdem wechselten mehrmals die Schlagzeuger der Band. (Hey! In September 1988, Die Toten Hosen performed at the Lituanika Festival in Vilnius and Kaunas, Lithuania. The band's 1992 Menschen, Tiere, Sensationen (People, Animals, Sensations) tour included concerts in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Great Britain, Spain, France and a their first ever dates in Argentina. Ich bin Alex!" Their second album Unter Falscher Flagge (Under False Colours), was released in 1984. The name and cover art of the record are a parody of the LP Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols by the Sex Pistols from 1977. Die Geschichte der Band aus all den ganzen Jahren. Faith No More bassist Billy Gould wore a Toten Hosen tee shirt on the cover of their greatest hits album, Midlife Crisis: The Very Best of Faith No More. Heino successfully obtained a court order to cease and desist. [29] In 1992, the band participated in a demonstration against xenophobia in Bonn. A few songs have elements that are lifted from jazz (e.g. [10] In 1987, the band celebrated its first chart success with the record Never Mind the Hosen, Here's Die Roten Rosen (Never mind the Trousers – Here’s the Red Roses) using the pseudonym Die Roten Rosen (The Red Roses). 2–8/Juli 1990, "Bundesliga - Bitterböse Glückwünsche an Hoeneß", "68.793 Euro Steuergeld für die Toten Hosen", "Krebs: Ehemaliger Hosen-Drummer Wolfgang 'Wölli' Rohde ist tot", "Düsseldorf – Tag des Friedhofs 2002 – Südfriedhof", La hermandad - en el principio fue el ruido,, Articles with dead external links from December 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, Articles needing additional references from March 2020, All articles needing additional references, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 November 2020, at 03:09. [19] The single "Zehn kleine Jägermeister" (ten little master huntsmen or rather: ten little Jägermeisters) went to number one of the German-speaking singles charts. The title explained the front cover of the LP, which carried a picture of the band members dressed as pirates aboard a ship. Juni 1964 in Münster), ist Gitarrist und Songwriter der Band Die Toten Hosen. The current members of Die Toten Hosen are Campino (Andreas Frege), Kuddel (Andreas von Holst), Vom (Stephen Ritchie), Andi (Andreas Meurer) and Breiti (Michael Breitkopf). [11] The album included Hier kommt Alex (Here comes Alex) was later re-recorded in an unplugged version in 2005 incorporating the opening piano phrase of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. Die Toten Hosen sind eine Musikgruppe aus Deutschland.Die Gruppe wurde im Jahr 1982 in Düsseldorf gegründet. The song grossed half a million Deutsche Mark.[16]. MC Frontalot, in collaboration with faux-German electronic musician KOMPRESSOR on the track Rappers We Crush, rhymes "What did I do to deserve this?/What was my crime?/Was it because I sampled Die Toten Hosen that one time?". In early 2018, Members of Die Toten Hosen recorded backing vocals on Australian band The Living End's eighth studio album Wunderbar, which was recorded in Germany. In the summer of 1993 Die Toten Hosen performed as the supporting act for U2 on their Zoo TV tour in Germany, with audiences of over 50,000 people at each concert. [25] The band kept to simple guitar chords and lyrics, in garage style. Legal action by EMI prompted the album cover to be changed to the skeleton of an eagle, which, along with the Jolly Roger, became a band logo. The focus of the band's music has gradually shifted from funny and nonsensical to serious. The Damenwahl tour was sponsored by the northern German condom manufacturer Fromms, who arranged for free samples to be scattered amongst the crowd. In 2012, Die Toten Hosen released their album Ballast der Republik. [33] From 2001 to 2003, they sponsored the club after it had experienced major financial difficulties. At their first concert at the Bremer Schlachthof over Easter 1982, the compère mistakenly introduced them as Die Toten Hasen (The Dead Hares). „Es bewegt mich immer noch sehr, wenn sie Konzerte spielen. At the beginning of their musical career most of them were still at school. The original back cover featured the skeleton of a dog sitting in front of a gramophone, a caricature of the His Master's Voice artwork used by EMI. On 26 April 2016 it was announced that former drummer Wolfgang Rohde had died after suffering from cancer.[24]. Mai 1985, taz, Ausgabe 11–30/Juni 1990 u. The album referenced the Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange and Stanley Kubrick's film of the same name and was largely written for Bernd Schadewald’s theatre adaption of A Clockwork Orange. An extended tour followed under the slogan "Ewig währt am längsten" (Eternity lasts longest) through Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Die Toten Hosen (DTH) Campino; bürgerlicher Name: Andreas Frege, geboren am 22.06.1962 in Düsseldorf: Gesang. That summer the band travelled to Italy to report on the FIFA World Cup for various newspapers and radio stations. Die Toten Hosen are supporters of the football club Fortuna Düsseldorf. April 2017 um 11:59 Uhr Song auf neuem Album : Tote Hosen ehren ihren verstorbenen Drummer "Wölli" The band's members are passionate fans of their local football team, Fortuna Düsseldorf, which they sponsored from 2001 to 2003. It is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. The drummer Vom comes from England. In 1986, they recorded their third album, Damenwahl (Ladies' Choice). Seit dem Jahre 1998 ist Vom Ritchie für den Rhythmus zuständig. [15] The band is reputed to have played for free at private birthday parties or similar events in their early years, so long as the host provided them with unlimited beer and covered all damage caused by the band. Die Toten Hosen sind die nach Plattenverkäufen erfolgreichste deutsche Band, die gemeinhin als Punkband einsortiert wird. Their 1000th concert was on 28 June 1997 in the Düsseldorfer Rheinstadium, and was attended by over 60,000 fans. Lead singer Alexander Kaschte changes the final lyric to "Hey! Vor allem durch unermüdliche Touren haben sich die Toten Hosen eine riesige Fangemeinde im deutschsprachigen Raum, nicht zuletzt auch in Österreich erspielt. Im August 2013 sprach sich die Band mit einem Blogeintrag bei Facebookgegen die Verwend… In summer 1995, the band staged an ice hockey game called Powerplay des Wahnsinns (Power-play of insanity), playing in a team alongside professional players from Düsseldorfer EG against a team composed of Finnish rock band Leningrad Cowboys and Finnish national ice hockey players. [34][35], Die Toten Hosen have reserved space for 17 people at Düsseldorf's Südfriedhof cemetery, where they wish to be buried after death. Im Januar 1986 wurde Jakob Keusen von Wolfgang Rohde abgelöst. An international version of the best-of album was released in 1994 called Love, Peace & Money. The current members of Die Toten Hosen are Campino (Andreas Frege), Kuddel (Andreas von Holst), Vom (Stephen Ritchie), Andi (Andreas Meurer) and Breiti (Michael Breitkopf). They can be seen as pioneers of "Volxmusic",[26] which combines elements of German folk music with jazz, hip-hop or rock. [18] At the end of the year the band founded their own record label JKP. After the filming the congregation called for the church to be reconsecrated. At the end of the 1980s, they helped the club by donating 200,000 DM towards signing the player Anthony Baffoe . [36], 1988 to 1995: Recognition and early success, 1996 to 2000: JKP – the beginnings with their own label. [3] According to Andrea Berzen, Campino preferred the former because it implied that their concerts might not be sold out, but there might be "tote Hose" on the nights.[4]. In November they gave four concerts in the US and in Canada as support act for Green Day. The album went platinum, their third record to do so, after Kauf MICH! German public television refused to screen the video for several years for fear of offending churchgoers. [31] in 2005 they funded 'On the Run', a compilation album to raise funds for immigrants' rights organisation Pro Asyl, and contributed the song Meine Stadt (my town).[32]. Die Toten Hosen have collaborated with numerous other musicians (like Bad Religion, AC/DC, U2, Rolling Stones); they are also one of the few German punk bands popular outside Germany, with a large following in South America, Australia and Eastern Europe. The director, famous actor Klaus Maria Brandauer, was criticised for the play's unadventurous staging, but Campino was cheered by the audience. Kuddel; bürgerlicher Name: Georg Andreas Christian von … In 1991 the Toten Hosen released their album Learning English Lesson One, a tribute to the band's musical influences, consisting mainly of cover versions of English punk rock classics. Mitglieder 19.868. Over the course of the band's history, Die Toten Hosen have expressed their loyalty to their home town in various ways. Their first album was recorded in a studio rented by the hour. The band was criticised for accepting 68,000 € of German government funding towards this tour. The show aired every Sunday from 7 to 8 pm for a year. In late 1987, Die Toten Hosen released their first live album Bis zum bitteren Ende (Till the Bitter End). From 1999 to 2004 their web site had a public discussion forum but this was terminated without explanation. In 2002, the band signed an advertising contract with the Diebels Brewery, and donated the proceeds to the club's "Nachwuchs" (youth side), who wear the band's skull emblem on their shirts. In 1984, the band played a session on the BBC's John Peel Show. All members except one are German, though Campino's mother, Jenny, was English. In August 2006, Campino starred as Mack the Knife in Brecht's The Threepenny Opera at Berlin's Admiralspalast, a short distance from the theatre where the play premiered in 1928. In 1990 the Toten Hosen were invited to attend the New Music Seminar in New York[12] and performed as support for The Rolling Stones in Cologne. Benutzername; Registrierungsdatum; Punkte; Erhaltene Reaktionen A special edition includes a bonus CD with cover versions of songs that influenced the band. Die Zeit als Mitglied der Band Die Toten Hosen. Seit dem Jahre 1998 ist Vom Ritchie für den Rhythmus zuständig. All members except one are German, though Campino's mother, Jenny, was English. For the most part, The Toten Hosen have not departed substantially from their original style of music, choosing power chords,[27] straightforward lyrics, simple melodies and anthem-like choruses over long instrumental solos. Its founder members were Campino and Andreas von Holst, both from local punk band ZK, with Andreas Meurer, Michael Breitkopf, Trini Trimpop and Walter November. Some of the band's songs have been described as "Schunkelpunk", a fusion of German schlager music and punk, exemplified by Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder, numerous cover versions of German schlager songs and tracks like Azzurro. On occasion they have played songs by the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. In Spring 1985, the band toured France for the Goethe Institute[9] and in Autumn they travelled to Hungary and Poland. Endlich fertig! In July 1983, the band signed to EMI, who financed a video for Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder, directed by Wolfgang Büld. [23] On 2 October 2010, the band played in Amman, Jordan, their first concert in the Middle East. In 2002 and 2005, the band played at Przystanek Woodstock, the biggest open air festival in Europe. Gleichzeitig zeichnet er sich auch für so wichtige Dinge mitverantwortlich wie die Bühnengestaltung. - Die offizielle Toten Hosen Homepage Toten Hosen Lyrics Toten Hosen Discografie 1983 - Opel-Gang 1984 - Unter falscher Flagge 1986 - Damenwahl 1987 - Never Mind The Hosen – Here’s Die Roten Rosen 1987 - Bis zum bitteren Ende Die Toten Hosen machen hauptsächlich Punk-Rock, aber auch andere Rockmusik. Die Toten Hosen bestanden ursprünglich aus den Mitgliedern Campino (Gesang), Andreas von Holst (E-Gitarre), Michael Breitkopf (E-Gitarre), Andreas Meurer (E-Bass) und Trini Trimpop (Schlagzeug). Mitglieder 19.868. Faith No More have covered the Toten Hosen song Hofgarten in live shows. British punk band UK Subs recorded an English-language cover of the song on their 1993 album Normal Service Resumed. Furthermore, they performed at the Gurtenfestival, the Forestglade Festival, the Berlin Waldbühne and at the Bizarre Festival in Cologne. Each track featured at least one member of the original band that had recorded it. The Sound Of Liverpool“, ein kleiner, schneller Ausflug - wer sie dabei begleiten möchte, ist herzlich eingeladen! It depicts a chaotic wedding ceremony in a small Bavarian church, with Kurt Raab playing an alcoholic priest and Marianne Sägebrecht playing the bride. The right-wing Republikaner party failed in its attempt to have the song banned for defamation and thereby unintentionally contributed to the success of the single. The band released 3 Akkorde für ein Halleluja (3 Chords for a Hallelujah), a video documentary of their lives. They performed together with Herbert Grönemeyer, Nina Hagen and others for nearly 200,000 demonstrators. [30], In 2002, the band attracted publicity by posing undressed for posters of the animal rights group PETA under the slogan Lieber nackt als im Pelz (Better naked than in fur). [7], At the end of 1983, they released Hip Hop Bommi Bop, a hip-hop version of Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder featuring New York rapper Fab Five Freddy.[8]. For half a year the band played on stage at the Kammerspiele Bad Godesberg theatre in Bonn, alongside Ralf Richter, the play's lead actor. In 1994 the band was on the road for almost the entire year in Germany and neighbouring countries. [5] The debut single Wir sind bereit (We are ready) was released in 1982, and was followed by their first album, Opel-Gang, the next year. [6] One of the two A sides of the third single was the drinking song Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder (ice-cold Bommerlunder schnapps), which received considerable radio airplay and increased their fan base. The band openly support political and social organizations in their music, interviews and by donations, but are not affiliated with any political party. [13] For this purpose they recorded a rock cover version of the classic Azzurro by Adriano Celentano, accompanied by a video satirising the behaviour of German football fans when abroad. All band members are self-taught musicians. In 1996 they slipped into women's clothing, silk stockings and high heels and took part in the Düsseldorf Mardi Gras parade with their own float under the slogan "We bury good taste". In 2010, the band played several dates in Central Asia and became the first foreign rock band to perform in the former Soviet republic of Tajikistan since 1991. Allerdings haben die Bandmitglieder wiederholt erklärt, sich nicht parteipolitisch einspannen zu lassen. The band released a football-themed song named "Bayern" in 2000 in which they proclaim that they would not join Bayern Munich under any circumstances. Several songs were recorded in Rio de Janeiro with Great Train Robber Ronald Biggs. Its songs express opinions on consumerism, advertisement and right-wing extremism. He joined in 1999, after previous drummer Wölli sustained injuries in a car crash. Smith, songwriter and lead singer of The Adverts, which continues to the present day. Along with Herbert Grönemeyer, Udo Lindenberg, Marius Müller-Westernhagen, BAP, the Rodgau Monotones and many others, they performed at the Anti-WAAhnsinns-Festival in July 1986 to protest the construction of the nearby Nuclear reprocessing plant Wackersdorf. In some of their songs Die Toten Hosen experiment with strings or wind instruments. was released and reached number one in the German charts. 12. Die heutigen Mitglieder sind der Sänger Campino, die Gitarristen Andreas „Kuddel“ von Holst und Michael Breitkopf, der Bassist Andreas Meurer und der Schlagzeuger Vom Ritchie. They turned down a request from Germany's SPD (Social Democratic Party) to write a song for their European election campaign in 1994. The 1998 Warped Tour took in New Zealand, Australia, Japan and Hawaii. Die Toten Hosen formed in 1982 at the Ratinger Hof, a Düsseldorf bar frequented by punk musicians. Wölli had played from 1985 to 1999 and was an honorary member of the band until his death in 2016. The Toten Hosen and Iggy Pop were a supporting act at the Ramones farewell concert in the River-Plate-Stadion of Buenos Aires in front of 75,000 people. I am Alex!) Auf der Tournee 1987 hatte … Gerüchte gibt es viele, hier stehen die Tatsachen. Die Toten Hosen sind die nach Plattenverkäufen erfolgreichste deutsche Band, die gemeinhin als Punkband einsortiert wird. [17] In the same year, the band released Reich & Sexy (Rich & Sexy), their first best-of album. Die Toten Hosen erweisen . He joined in 1999, after previous drummer Wölli sustained injuries in a car crash. Die Toten Hosen (literally "The Dead Trousers", figuratively "dead boring" referring to "erectile dysfunction") is a German punk rock band from Düsseldorf. EMI were displeased with the band's high travel costs and by Norbert Hähnel publicly parodying their million-selling artist Heino at a Toten Hosen concert.