UKW (UltraKurzWelle, means "very high frequency") German group founded in 1980 around the singer, composer and songwriter: Peter Hubert.
One of the most popular groups of NDW (new german wave). Closed in 1983.
The group consisted of:
* Thomas Schütze (Schlagzeug)
Geier Sturzflug is a German (Bochum) musical group of the Neue Deutsche Welle genre, created in 1979, and probably best known for their hit 'Bruttosozialprodukt'. Its five members are:
Friedel Geratsch - Vocals and Guitar
Werner Borowski - Bass
Uwe Kellerhoff – Piano
some kind of cool chilling in the evening with a cigarr and anything else .... ....aka Markus Mörl. A german singer who was famous during the period of neue deutsche welle... There is also a Hip Hop-artist Markus who published music on netlabels.
Paso Doble is a German NDW band that formed in 1983. Very popular in Germany, their songs Computerliebe, Herz An Herz and Fantasie have appeared on several Best of NDW/New Wave compilations. They are well known for their unique sound as well as their unusual style and choreography, which had a Spanish style to go with the bands name, Paso Doble being a style of Spanish dance.
The Spider Murphy Gang is a Bavarian Rock 'n' Roll band founded 1977 in Munich. Spider Murphy Gang was one of the most successful bands of the "Neue Deutsche Welle" ("New German Wave", ie songs with German lyrics).
Münchener Freiheit (known sometimes simply as Freiheit) is a German pop and rock band that, as of 2005, has released 15 albums. Of those, 6 have gone gold and also sold over 5 million copies in Europe. They are named after a square in the city of Munich, with the name translating as "Munich Liberty".
Ixi, born on the 4th of November 1962 in Elmshorn, is Gaby Christensen (birthname: Tiedemann). The german singer was popular with her song "Der Knutschfleck" during "the Neue Deutsche Welle" period in the 80s.
There is more than one artist with the name Real Life. 1. Real Life was a Melbourne-based Australian New Wave band that had hits with its debut single, "Send Me an Angel" (1983) and with "Catch Me, I'm Falling" (1984), both of which were featured on the band's debut album Heartland (1983).
Joachim Witt (born 22 February 1949 in Hamburg, Germany) is a German musician and actor. Witt started his music career in 1977, and became a major star of the German pop scene during the 1980s with huge hits such as "Tri Tra Trullala (Herbergsvater)" and "Goldener Reiter". He was one of the biggest names of the Neue Deutsche Welle (New German Wave).
Rheingold was a German New Wave band that existed between 1980 and 1984. They recorded the three records "Rheingold", "R." and "Dis-Tanz". Their biggest hits were "Dreiklangsdimensionen" and "FanFanFanatisch". Bandmembers were Bodo Staiger (vocals, guitar), Brigitte Kunze (keyboards) and Lothar Manteuffel (lyrics).
Information Society (aka InSoc), is a Minneapolis, MN, USA band, consisting of Kurt Harland (aka Kurt Valaquen, nee Kurt Larson), Paul Robb & James Cassidy; the latter two reconvened the band, in 2006.
Animotion is a 80's New Wave/synthpop band best known for their songs Obsession (originally recorded and written by Michael Des Barres and Holly Knight of Device), Let Him Go, I Engineer and Room To Move.