Räuberhöhle | Deep in the Forest

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Deep in the Forest

by Räuberhöhle

Räuberhöhle´s new album "Deep in the forest" is a wild combination of toy sound rave, hardrock, indie pop, puppet disco, emo, metal, avantgard experimental, electroclash and musical.
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Deep In The Forest (feat. Thomas Lang)
8:02 album only
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2. Shake Yr Anus
5:29 album only
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3. When I Look At You
3:28 album only
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4. Uniform Color
4:13 album only
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5. It´s Just Cosmetic
4:37 album only
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6. Singing For Bois
5:59 album only
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7. I Stay (feat. Fiete & Kreisel)
3:40 album only
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8. You´ll Rot In Hell, Al! (feat. Al Burian)
2:06 album only
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9. Everyday More And More Ppl Are Going Radical
4:42 album only
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10. The Collective Face Of German Volkszorn
2:55 album only
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11. Good Ppl
3:48 album only
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12. Angry Dancy
3:45 album only
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13. Is Your Life Better Now?
2:54 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Krawalla aka Räuberhöhle won´t stop to play and experiment with sounds!
On her new album “Deep in the forest” she is bringing
an overture forward, which could tank up the trousers of
the old dodderer Wagner! There is Metal, Disco and Beep
beep like 1989 as well as quieter songs with heart and a
lovely duet which reminds me of Pia Zadora and Jermain
Jacksons “When the rain begins to fall”...
Shake yr anus!? - Inginious!

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