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MessagePosté le: Dim 27 Sep 2009 - 10:16    Sujet du message: 26/09/09 STAR2MEET : Répondre en citant

TOKIO HOTELDas Nachrichtenmagazin "Spiegel" verglich Tokio Hotel mit den Beatles, der amerikanische Rolling Stone berichtete über Tokio Hotel und die "New York Times" widmete den Jungs eine Titelgeschichte im Feuilleton. Bei einer Autogrammstunde in einem großen Musikgeschäft am Times Square ließ die New Yorker Polizei das Geschäft wegen unkontrollierbarer Fan-Hysterie und zu großem Andrang schließen. Im September 2008 folgte dann die Sensation: Bei den MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles bekamen "Tokio Hotel" den Preis als "Best New Artist" der zuvor von Größen wie Nirvana, 50 Cent, Gun n’ Roses und Eminem gewonnen wurde. Kurz darauf räumten sie dann auch bei den MTV Latin Awards in Südamerika vier Trophäen auf einmal ab und gehen als die Sieger des Abends nach Hause. Mit dem 3. Album "HUMANOID" geht die "Tokio Hotel"-Mania nun in die nächste Runde. Humanoid ist ab dem 2. Oktober 2009 erhältlich

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[size=24][color=#ff0000]Very Positive Article From Stars2Meet
Posted on 26. Sep, 2009 by Marc in Band, Europe, Press

Stars2Meet in Germany has published a new article about Tokio Hotel which is very positive about the past and future, as well as worldwide appeal. The article details the past two years of the band, and looks forward to the release of their new album.

Two long years the Tokio Hotel fans had to wait for album number 4. Now, finally, Germany’s internationally most succesful rock band rewards the patience of their German fans in October! HUMANOID is being released on October 2 and is the impatiently awaited third studio album of Tokio Hotel!“We worked on this album for over a year, until we had the perfect feeling about the songs and the whole production,” says singer Bill Kaulitz. “We love HUMANOID and hope that it will make up for the long wait of the fans!” The four musicians, who are by now an established global sensation, have disappeared with their producer David Jost for months to create an album with science-fiction inspired, timeless tracks for the whole world.The first single “Automatisch” is a little over three minutes long, but it feels like a whole epic, thanks to the multi-layered guitar play of Tom Kaulitz and the hymn-like singing of his twin brother Bill. The first line opens with the sentence, “So automatic, you’re like a machine, your heart doesn’t beat for me…”The emotional text and the melody are being strengthened by the driving precision of the 22-year-old bassist Georg Listing and the 20 year old drummer Gustav Schäfer. It’s the title song of a completely new phase of the Tokio Hotel success story. One piece full of driven desperation that will become the biggest sing-along hymn of the fan masses at concerts.Tokio Hotel has grown from a small school boy band from Magdeburg to the biggest musical act from Germany in the last 20 years, has received platinum ten times, has sold more than 6 million copies and has 4 number one hits as well as sold-out arenas all over Europe to speak for them. In 2007 they even performed in front of 500.000 people at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.According to the Göthe institute in Paris, Tokio Hotel has caused a real German boom. The requests for German lessons have multiplied thanks to them, mostly because the French wanted to be able to sing along to the lyrics and understand them.
There is a mass hysteria around Tokio Hotel. With their song “Monsoon” they even reached a number one spot in the Israeli radio charts, and were the first German band in the history of Israel that ever made it to the front pages of Israeli magazines. The Israeli embassy handed a petition with over 6000 signatures over to the Tokio Hotel management. Thousands of fans demanded that the four Magdeburgers finally perform a concert for them in Tel Aviv.
The news magazine “Spiegel” compared Tokio Hotel to the Beatles, the American Rolling Stone wrote about them, and the New York Times attended a title page article to the boys in their feuilleton. During a signing in a large music store at the Times Square, the New York police had the shop closed because of an uncontrollable fan hysteria and too large a crowd.
In September 2008 came the sensation: At the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, Tokio Hotel were given the award for “Best New Artist” that has also been given to big names like Nirvana, 50 Cent, Guns n’ Roses and Eminem, in the past. Shortly thereafter, they received four awards at the MTV Latin Awards in South America, and could return home as the winners of the night.
Their third album HUMANOID will take the Tokio Hotel mania into the next round. Humanoid will be available on October 2, 2009. AUTOMATISCH/AUTOMATIC on September 18.



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