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  • @Keiyuu ... thanks for your comments, but you're wrong on both cases. It's really Schweigespirale and it does sound just as it should. The name came from the German theory of the spirals of silence, aka Schweigespirale Theorie. The use of a slightly bigger S on the second part is "visually pleasant" only and so easier to be read by non-German native speakers; coupled with the fact we're mostly known as "Schweigen" to fans both international and mainly on Japan, where the singles were released. And it surely wouldn't sound better any other way, as well! You have to be more considerate with non-XYZ native speakers, but specially when coming to a language with such a different phonetics as Germanic languages. I've always wondered how musicians can be so non-considerate with others! =/ It's like those awful french names for old-school VK bands that were non-sense even for frenches, I guess! (I'm sure Ren and Ayan agree with me in that. lol)
  • Btw, "Spirale des Schweigens" would sound 50x better in German.
  • Shouldn't the name be "[artist]Schweige Spirale[/artist]" according to the pictures? ;P

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