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The band that started as a native music group in Germany, rose to international fame in the following years of its music career. Die Toten Hosen is one of the very rare heavy metal and punk bands in the recent music scene, that, despite of its music in indigenous language, has allured thousands of fans abroad. The band has a magnificent music history of more than three decades and a repertoire of fifteen albums. Die Toten Hosen has been an active performer and has toured numerous cities across the globe. The current touring season brings this iconic band to various locations as part of their “The Crash of the Republic Tour”. Enjoy some foreign punk music by buying Die Toten Hosen tickets.
The origin of the band can be traced back to 1980. The original lineup of the band emerged by the merger of two other punk bands. Die Toten Hosen used to perform at private gatherings with basic equipments and instruments. The unique appeal that the band has was soon noticed by the music circles in Germany. The official music journey of the band started in 1982 with the release of their debut song “Wir Sind Bereit (We Are Ready)”. The band released their second single in the same year but it was their third single that got the band reasonable attention and airplay. Die Toten Hosen released their debut album “Opel-Gang” in early 1983. The album was a self-release but it earned the band a small fan base.
Now signed to the EMI Records, the band launched the video of their third single that they had produced already. Financed by the EMI, the band also took their concerts to different venues across the country. The contract came to an end in 1984 and soon the band was signed to Virgin Records. Their second album “Unter Falscher Flagge (Under False Clors)” came out in the same year and became moderately successful. The following year marked the band’s tour to France, Poland and Hungary and performed to a number of audiences.
It wasn’t until their forth studio release “Never Mind the Hosen, Here’s Die Roten Rosen” that the band made its debut on the charts. The band’s next album “Ein kleines bisschen Horrorchau (A little bit Horrorshow)” was released in 1988 which commercially performed better than the previous release and introduced the band to multiple listeners. In 1989, the band once again headed to various locations throughout the country. In 1990, they went to USA and performed at New Music Seminar along with the popular band Rolling Stones.
In 1991, Die Toten Hosten launched another album “Learning English Lesson One” that featured covers of songs of many English punk hits in their own way. The album turned out to be a commercial success and the band went on to perform in major countries like Austria, Great Britain, Spain and Denmark. With the passage of the time, the band’s style improved and their music began to incorporate rich themes and social issues. Their 1993 album “Kauf MICH! (Buy ME!)” became the band’s chart topper in Germany and it also hit the international music charts. Within a short time after its release, the album was certified as Platinum. The next year, Die Toten Hosen once again toured major cities as part of their recent series of concerts.
In 1996, the band formed their own label by the name of JKP and released their next album “Opium furs Volk (Opium for the People)”. This album also proved to be a commercial success and was certified Platinum in no time. Since then the band released six albums under their label that became equally popular among their fans and international listeners. Their latest album “Ballast der Republik” came out in 2012 that features Die Toten Hosen’s refined music and prominent social and political themes.
Besides the fact that all of the band’s songs are in German, the band has a unique quality that it connects to foreign punk listeners and appeal to a multitude of audiences. Although the band has existed for more than thirty years now, but it still actively performs at local and international venues. To see the amusing performances by the band, get your hands on Die Toten Hosen tickets as soon as possible.