The first song that resulted out of this concept was “Trouble”, released on “Jimmy Gimmi More” a Hausmusik compilation from 1998 followed by “End Of The Road” on “Testbildreihe” one year later. “Do You Think That I’ll be Different When You’re Through?” featured Broken Radio’s “Something To Live For” among artists like Calexico, Console, Lali Puna, Loopspool or Barbara Manning. “One Way Trip” was released on 2006’s “You Can’t Always Listen to Hausmusik, But…” which also included the track “No Honky Tonks Around Here”, Broken Radio’s collaboration with the band Jersey from Berlin.
“Living Stereo” the first full length Broken Radio album scheduled for release early in 2008 has been a work in progress for years and was originally supposed to be out in 2003. But Klaus never managed to finish those recordings and with the time passing some songs were dropped others were added. Parts of the album had to be rerecorded after a severe hard drive crash - just to name one of the “disasters” that occurred.
The fact that “Hausmusik”, Broken Radio’s label, went out of business exactly at the same moment when “Living Stereo” was finished has some irony to it, but hey – just another disaster along the way.
More free tracks can be downloaded at Broken Radio’s offical website, www.brokenradio.de.
Edited by Mr.Ed on 30 Dec 2007, 18:50
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