The title song of Kassengift is about the music business. Retrieved 27 April The concert tour then continued in Germany and included four concerts in Berlin in the Columbiahalle Columbia Hall. I want to end it all! Ich will nicht mehr!
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The lines, written by Plate, were translated into Latin for the final produced song by a friend with the help of his former Latin teacher. The concert tour then continued in Germany and included four concerts in Berlin in the Columbiahalle Columbia Hall. Rosenstilz songs of the album are of a private nature.
“Kassengift” von Rosenstolz – – Album
The first concert was held in Vienna and the second in Zurich. Ich will nicht mehr!
Immediately following the release of KassengiftRosenstolz went on a concert tour, which took place from 26 September to roxenstolz November Kassengift was positively received by German music magazine laut. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The songs were released together in as a double single two different editions released and reached No. Stolz der Rose — Das Beste und mehr Finding elements of pop, trance and opera in the album, the magazine praised Rosenstolz for being unconventional and innovative.
Kassengift Box-office poison is the seventh studio album by German pop duo Rosenstolzreleased in by Polydor Records. This page was last edited on 3 Novemberat GermanLatinEnglish.
Rosenstolz – Kassengift lyrics
These words are sung at the start of the song. I want to end it all! Retrieved from ” https: The title song of Kassengift is about the music business.
Retrieved 27 April Enthusiastic about the album, Almond contacted Rosenstolz a few days later and it was decided that they should rosensgolz. The album was the first Rosenstolz album to reach No. The collaboration with Almond occurred after he received a copy of Kassengift from a journalist.
The album also includes the cover song “Total Eclipse”, which was originally sung by German singer Klaus Nomi. For the other collaboration, Hagen was approached by Rosenstolz, who felt that “Die schwarze Witwe” was tailor-made for the singer.
Retrieved 12 October Kassengift went straight to No. He added that the song reflected Rosenstolz’s own experiences, with the band being ignored by the media despite achieving sell-out concerts and significant album sales.