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Guano Apes are an band formed in 1994 in Göttingen, Germany. The group consists of Sandra Našić (vocals), Henning Rümenapp (guitar), Stefan Ude (bass) and Dennis Poschwatta (drums). Their energetic rock mix mostly described as , going from rap over funky, from melodic singing to hardcore screaming of their lead singer, made them one of the most successful German rock bands ever.

The band was already established in 1994 by Rümenapp, Ude and Poschwatta, when the vocalist Sandra… read more

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  • Avatar for rusverm
    https://vk.com/kritikarokpesen?w=wall-51140227_10051 их песня оценена на 9.3
  • Avatar for Echlackowalex
    First 3 albums rock. 2 last ones are really bullshit
  • Avatar for DuplicityHater
    Such a shame I've only discovered them year ago! So many awesome songs. Especially Quietly (;
  • Avatar for comate11
    Just one which i not like max with "SHE'S A KILLE" is this electronic synth instead of crazy hi - guitar riff. Beside this - perfect
  • Avatar for comate11
    "She's a killer" is amazing i can listen again and again same as "Dick" "GOGAN" WE USE THE PAIN" "SUZIE" "CROSSING THE DEADLINE" these tracks are so freaky genius.
  • Avatar for comate11
    Just speak to your experiment by music and bomber sound should appear.
  • Avatar for comate11
    GUANO APES - my ears very ok. Your first two albums amazing musical ideas like system of a down experiments - please, please. Continue experiments with fast sounds and dynamic. You rock. I like honestly from last two albums only track she's a killer cause it's dynamic track other i did not find this scratch of experiment and dynamics which i love at first two albums. Gimmie gimmie gimmie
  • Avatar for Seroz0r
    You rocked in Romania, agian! <3 Hope to see and sing with you again!
  • Avatar for Boomjacklolz
    Норм, но это название...
  • Avatar for alin1
    Proud Like a God > Don't Give Me Names > Bel Air > Walking On A Thin Line > Offline [2] PLAG is still their best album. Too bad about the second to last song, the overlong and boring "Tribute".

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