9 thoughts on “ Noch Lange Nicht - Various - Cassettencombinat West-Berlin 1980 - 81 (Box Set, LP, LP, LP) ”

  1. Film Why the wild West Berlin of the 80s drew music's best. If you think Berlin is sexy now, you should have been there in the 80s. Expat Mark Reeder tells DW about the "music, art and chaos" of.
  2. This three-LP retrospective of the Berlin-based Cassettencombinat label covers its more interesting post-punk/industrial underground rarities from The compiler, Kiddy, who ran the label and was part of the band Sprung Aus Den Wolken, has managed to assemble a body of .
  3. The West Berlin Senate is trying to attract young skilled workers from the Federal Republic to address the rising average age of the city's residents. In one fifth of West Berliners are already over A Berlin Bonus aims to attract young people to the city. East Berlin, on the other hand, is a popular destination for young people.
  4. West Berlin, the western half of the German city of Berlin (q.v.), which until the reunification of the German state in was treated as a city and Land (state) of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), though it was not constitutionally part of that.
  5. From to , the Berlin Wall divided the city, with its western part completely surrounded by the Wall. The result was a historical oddity, a city with a special political status that resulted in a very unique way of life. The name alone is problematic, at least in German: officially, it was known as Berlin (West); the East Germans, if they referred to it at all, wrote it as Westberlin.
  6. This is the special limited edition for friends of VOD and artists with screenprinted box set with orange picture but without text on side of the box. Vinyl colours according to the colours of the jackets. The regular version can be found here Various - Cassettencombinat West-Berlin - /5(10).
  7. Oct 28,  · We profile the German capital’s ten best record shops. If there’s one European city that knows how to do record shops it’s Berlin. A city ravaged by a century of division and tyranny, the new Berlin that just recently celebrated its 25th anniversary has been revitalised in no small part by music.
  8. Features Tear Down This Wall: How Berlin Overcame Division And Changed Music. Transcending barriers and boasting the legendary Hansa Tonstudio, Germany’s capital city has birthed some of the.
  9. Jun 06,  · In , when asked to explain the appeal of his hometown, Berlin, Mayor Klaus Wowereit, a charismatic progressive, had a simple, confident answer: “Poor but sexy.” His ambitious rebranding efforts to make Berlin a world-class city yielded remarkable results. Although the official motto became “Be Berlin,” Wowereit’s declaration helped attract an influx of artists, creatives, and, in.

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