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Solid You - Neuroticfish - Gelb (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 16,  · Neuroticfish Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 15 ratings. Solid You They're Coming To Take Me Away Suffocating Right. Product details. Audio CD (February 15, ) I like this artist but this album "Gelb" has to be my least favorite from them:(Not horrible, just left itself difficult to want to listen through more than 4 or /5(15).
  2. Gelb (Remastered), an album by Neuroticfish on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Listen free to Neuroticfish – GELB (Loading, Why Don't You Hate Me? and more). 14 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at tempcolthemitparnproflalawedsoagigolf.xyzinfo
  4. Jan 12,  · Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, body-pop, future-pop. Background/Info: Neuroticfish was set up in and made some real successful productions during the glorious days of future-pop. After the “Gelb”-album () it took 10 years to Sascha Mario Klein and Henning Verlage to fight back unleashing the “A Sign Of Life”-album in “Antidoron” is the band’s fifth full length in.
  5. Gelb (released on Strangeways) is the fifth studio album from futurepop-electronic body music project Neuroticfish. Track listing "Loading" - "Why Don't You Hate Me?" - "The Bomb" - "I Don't Need The City" - "I Never Chose You" - "Waving Hands" - "Short Commercial Break" - "Ich Spüre Keinen Schmerz" -
  6. 7 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Neuroticfish - Gelb at Discogs. /5(40).
  7. Neuroticfish is the name of a German musical project whose styles borrow from electronic body music and synthpop, as well as other types of electronic music. It released music on the Dancing Ferret Discs record label. Neuroticfish’s sole member was Sascha Mario Klein.
  8. Aug 10,  · Content: Neuroticfish and its front man Sascha Mario Klein both belong to the collective memory of the successful future-pop years. The German band left us 3 albums and many hit songs until Sascha Klein decided to stop. Time went by and 10 years after the last full length “Gelb” the duo was reactivated and unleashed a new opus entitled “A Sign Of Life”.
  9. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gelb - Neuroticfish on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gelb - Neuroticfish on AllMusic - Solid You. Neuroticfish. They're Coming to Take Me Away.

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