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  • I bought this album around October of last year after hearing them on a television channel called IMF which has recently gone out of business
  • I thought that was amazing that some people would go to such an extent to spread the meaning of their songs to those who don't speak German

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      The second edition of the debut album from Tokio Hotel. I bought this album around October of last year after hearing them on a television channel called IMF which has recently gone out of business. I fell in love with the lead singers voice despite the fact that I couldn’t understand what he was saying. Not long after hearing all of the songs on this album I bought it; still not understanding what they were saying. Luckily, I stumbled across their official UK forum and another website that is not working for the band and found translations to all of the songs on this album. I thought that was amazing that some people would go to such an extent to spread the meaning of their songs to those who don’t speak German. Listening

      to this CD the lead singers (Bill Kaulitz) voice sounds so young. The surprising thing is they were only roughly 13-15 when they recorded this album. Them being as young as they were I didn’t expect them to have any say in what their lyrics were about. Looking through the little booklet that comes with the CD, the boys helped write the majority of their songs. One of which the band wrote entirely themselves (Unendlichkeit). Something you don’t see much in young artists/bands. Since this is the second edition of this album they have added extra songs to it. Most of the b-sides they released after the release of the CD and a re-recording of their song ‘Rette Mich’ with Bill’s deeper voice. Making the song twice as beautiful as it ...

      • originally was in the first recording of it. Listening to this album I did not find one song that sounded anything less than amazing with Bill’s voice. Most bands in their early stages hit a couple of rough patches in their recording style and writing style. You can see by listening to this album and their second that they’ve always had a very distinct style all of their own. They don’t try to copy anyone. When you listen to them you can tell that what they are singing about is what they believe. Even though you can’t understand him you can feel what he’s saying. Thanks to some people though you can feel his lyrics and understand them with very helpful English translations of every song they have ever recorded.

        The track list

        is as follows with the English translation of the title: 01. Schrei (Scream) 02. Durch Den Monsun (Through The Monsoon) 03. Leb’ Die Sekunde (Live The Second) 04. Rette Mich - Video Version (Save Me) 05. Freunde Bleiben (Remain Friends) 06. Ich Bin Nich’ Ich (I Am Not Myself) 07. Wenn Nichts Mehr Geht (If You Can’t Go On Any Longer) 08. Lass Uns Hier Raus (Let Us Out of Here) 09. Gegen Meinen Willen (Against My Will) 10. Jung und Nicht Mehr Jugendfrei (Young and No Longer in Need of Parental Guidance) 11. Der Letzte Tag (The Last Day) 12. Unendlichkeit (Endlessness) 13. Beichte (Confessions) 14. Schwarz (Black) 15. Thema Nr. 1 - Demo 2003 (Theme Number 1)

        The album also includes the Tokio Hotel desktop player with their videos for “Durch Den Monsun,” “Schrei” and “Rette Mich.”



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