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(Below was translated from German to English using the Google Translator. The original text (in German) can be read here: Mon Dyh)

In the context of the Rock against right movement emerged in 1978 Mon Dyh played against the dominant music of the Neue Deutsche Welle straight Blue Rock in English. The band released their concerts mainly in clubs, youth clubs, on non-commercial or self-organized festival.

1980 saw the produced on their own initiative and published album Murderer. The LP sold despite the lack of binding to an established label successful, so Mon Dyh a year later - again on their own - took their second album titled Confused Mind on the market. The third and final LP on the boom, appeared in 1983 at the small label "Woolfe Records". The album was this time completely sung in German language. Financially, this record should, however, be a flop.

Shortly after the release Mon Dyh broke up, but not just because of the low success rate of on the boom, but also because of uncertainties regarding the future musical direction and the fear of stagnation. Early 90s and again in 2002, all three albums the group of Green Tree Records were re-released on CD.

Mon Dyh was also on the territory of the former GDR known, especially in the Blueserszene . So the underground band coverte Frey gear about a few titles from Mon Dyh how Murderer, Confused Mind or Salvador.

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