X Mal Deutschland


X Mal Deutschland

Also you may know as Deutschland, X malD, X-Mal Deutschland, XMal Deutchland, XMal Deutschland
Also there are session musicians of X Mal Deutschland: Anja Huwe, Caro May, Fiona Sangster, Frank Ziegert, Manuela Rickers, Manuela Zwingman, Peter Bellendir, Wolfgang Ellerbrock
Find this artist on the Web: http://www.4ad.com/artists/xmaldeutschland, http://www.poison-door.net/xmaldeutschland/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xmal_Deutschland, http://www.myspace.com/anjahuwe, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Xmal-Deutschland/152059251513012

Discography of X Mal Deutschland:


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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download mp3 album Release date Label fo release
1 Schwarze Welt 3 1981-03-00 Zickzack
2 Incubus Succubus 3 1982-05-00 Zickzack
3 Tocsin 9 1984 DRO
4 Fetisch 10 1983-04-00
5 Incubus Succubus II 2 1983-09-00 4AD
6 Viva 12 1987
7 Incubus Succubus II 2 1983-09-00 4AD
8 Tocsin 9 1984-06-00 4AD
9 Sequenz 3 1985 Red Rhino Europe
10 Tocsin 11 4AD
11 Matador 3 1986 Xile
12 Sickle Moon 3 1987 Xile
13 Fetisch 13 1986-00-00 4AD
14 Qual 3 1983-06-00 4AD
15 The Peel Sessions 4 1986 Strange Fruit
16 Devils 12 1989 Metronome
17 Viva 10 1987 Phonogram
18 I'll Be Near You 3 1989 Metronome
19 Devils 10 1989 Metronome
20 Sequenz 2 1985 Red Rhino Europe
21 Sequenz 3 1985 DRO
22 Dreamhouse 4 1989 Metronome
23 The Peel Sessions 4 1990 Dutch East India Trading
24 Viva 10 1987 Xile
25 I'll Be Near You 3 1989 Metronome
26 Tocsin 9 1984 Vertigo
27 Devils 12 1989
28 Tocsin 9 1984-06-00
29 Dreamhouse 4 1989 Metronome
30 Sickle Moon 2 1987 Xile
31 The Best Of 17 2005 MP Records (2)
32 Matador 2 1986 Xile
33 Qual 3 1983
34 Viva 12 1987 Xile
35 Matador [Blood & Sand] 4 1986 Xile
36 Live In Rotterdam 7 Not On Label (X Mal Deutschland)
37 Sequenz 3 1985 Fundamental
38 Dreamhouse 2 1989
39 Fetisch 10 1983 Virgin
40 Dreamhouse 3 1989-03-00 Metronome
41 Dreamhouse 2 1989-03-00 Metronome
42 Matador 2 1986 Mercury
43 The Peel Sessions 4 1986 Strange Fruit
44 Incubus Succubus II 2 1984 DRO
45 Tocsin 11 2004-01-08
46 Viva 12 1995 Not On Label
47 Viva 10 1987
48 Viva 13 Phonogram (2)
49 Viva 10 1987 Xile
50 Viva 10 1987
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About X Mal Deutschland

Xmal Deutschland formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1980, initially as an all-girl band, consisting of by Anja Huwe (Vocals), Manuela Rickers (Guitar), Fiona Sangster (Keyboards), Rita Simon (Bass) and Caro May (Drums) A year later they released their first single "Großstadtindianer" on Alfred Hilsberg’s [l=Zickzack] label. The band also contributed the to the label compilation "Lieber Zuviel Als Zuwenig". Around this time Bassist Rita Simon was replaced by Wolfgang Ellerbrock. In 1982 the band released the classic "Incubus Succubus". That same year, Drummer Caro May was replaced by Manuela Zwingmann. While German audiences were less than receptive at first, a UK tour opening for the Cocteau Twins resulted in a label deal with 4AD Records. Their debut album "Fetisch" (1983) and the singles "Qual" and "Incubus Succubus II" all made the UK Independent charts, even though the band used German lyrics. Manuela Zwingmann left the band one year later, replaced by Peter Bellendir. This lineup proved to be the longest running. 1984 saw the release of the album Tocsin, followed by a world tour through to 1985. 1986 saw the release of "Matador", produced by Hugh Cornwell of Stranglers, The. Xmal Deutschland also opened for The Stranglers at a concert at Wembley Arena in London. Their follow-up album, "Viva" was recorded in Hamburg and was released in 1987, followed by the single "Sickle Moon". After the release of "Viva", Manuela Rickers, Fiona Sangster and Peter Bellendir left the group. Anja Huwe and Wolfgang Ellerbrock continued to work with Frank Z. Abwärts on Guitar. Producer Henry Staroste played Keyboards, and German studio Drummer Curt Cress completed the line-up that would record the 1989 LP "Devils" and the singles "Dreamhouse" and "I’ll Be Near You". The LP showed a change of direction towards mainstream pop and this proved to be the last release from X Mal Deutschland, 1990 saw a few scattered live appearances, though the group soon split up.

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