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Die Arzte is a Berlin-based punk band that is ranked among the top German punk rock acts and has released more than twenty albums of which twelve are studio specific. The group comprises of Bela B. as drummer, Rodrigo Gonzalez as bass player and Farin Urlaub as guitarist, where all three members are songwriter who performing their own songs. Though they play mainly punk-oriented styles, they have from time to time experimented and incorporated different sounds and recorded full-length songs from diverse styles such as jazz, metal, rockabilly, Psychobilly, country, reggae, dub, folk rock, Romani music, electronic and Volkstumliche music, among other types. The group is known to alter its lyrics during live shows for comedic effect while they also incorporate excerpts from other well-known songs into their own. Owing to the high energy, typical rock vibe of the band, Die Arzte tickets serve as quite a treat among punk rock fans who crave experiencing momentum-gathering beats.
Die Arzte was founded by Jan Vetter, Dirk Felsenheimer and Hans Runge in 1982 in Berlin. The former two had already been playing together in punk group Soilent Grun, which was created in 1979. Their tracks included Sodomie, Erwin, FDJ-Punx, Spitz wie lumpi and Popeye. Following the breakup of Soilent Gun in 1982, Farin and Bela decided to form their own group. For the first two year, the two performed in the local clubs of Berlin. A year later they participated in a rock contest in Berlin, which they won and used the prize money to record their debut EP called We're Doing Great. They were finally signed by Columbia Records with which they issued their first LP called Moronic in 1984, two years after which they released their second album called Im Schatten der Arzte meaning 'in the shadow of Die Arzte'.
After releasing their second album, Die Arzte separated from member Sahnie owing to internal issues, and his place was taken by producer Manne Praeker for the third album. This album marked the first time when Farin made use of distorted guitar sounds through most of the album, thus giving its sound a more rock vibe. The band released its fourth album in 1988 which turned out to be a bigger success than its predecessor and appeared among top ten songs of German album charts. The group then decided to spilt up after taking one final tour alongside issuing a triple live album, which was actually released as a double CD and became their first ever number on album charts.
By 1993, Die Arzte member Farin has gained significant success with his bad King Kong, while Bela had made it big with his group Depp Jones, so that the two decided to reform in 1993. Previous guitarist of Depp Jones, Rodrigo Gonzalez was invited to join the band and to take on as bassist. The trio then released a comeback album with the single Schrei nach Liebe meaning Cry for Love, which was the first time the group played a song with political lyrics. The song was recorded as a reaction to increasing racism alongside right wing violence of Germany at the time. The album was more diverse compared to the previous recordings and included rock, punk, ballads as well as a track similar to Volkmusik. The album as well as the single continued to become huge hits in Switzerland, Australia and Germany. This was followed by the album PlanetPunk which also gained considerable popularity.
Die Arzte has won a host of awards and honors including two Bravo Otto Awards in the categories of Rock-gruppe in Gold and Band Rock in Siber in 1988 and 1995. The punk act has won several awards from Bravo Otto, Comet, Echo, MTV Europe Music Awards, World Music Awards, and 1Live Krone. Die Arzte tickets are up for grab so book them and experience music live never before.