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The Galan Pixs


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The beginnings of the group dates back to 1990, when two school friends Lurgenstein Timothy (keyboards) and Stefan Kopielski (vocals, keyboards), her first selbsverdientes money invested in musical instruments and were preparing to produce their own recordings. As musical idols this time they gave The Cure, New Order, Depeche Mode AG violin, and especially in their overall approach Lurgenstein Kopielski and lasting influence. This period lasted about three years, various occupations and project names have been tried and discarded until the duo in the fall of 1993, first under the title “Trial” their tape, which after all contained 12 songs, first in-house, a little later as a limited CD- published version.

In 1994, the two three of the songs featured in this early work for their first single “Holocaust In Toyland” together, which they published on their now out of necessity born Subsdance Music Label (which still exists today). In the course of this year, the band’s first major live gigs opening for others Play Oomph!, In The Nursery, Plastic Noise Experience.

Appeared in 1996 with “Anche Lucifero Era Un Angelo” (Subsdance) of the recorded music was what originally conceived as the second album by the band, but can walk with only eight titles rather than Extended Play Single (EP). On this plate are found increasingly aggressive, EBM-influenced sounds. Initial contacts are tied to sales, so this album was available in a scene typical mail order distributors nationwide.

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  • danstrikesback

    Tja, die 90er im Reaktor, das waren noch Zeiten...

    17 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Ranchero79

    Eine, meiner Meinung nach, völlig zu unrecht unterschätzte Band! Großartige Musik, selten so was gutes zu Ohren bekommen!

    21 Mar 2009 Reply

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