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Landser was a German neo-Nazi rock band. Landser is an old-fashioned German colloquialism for a low-ranking soldier. The band, which is outlawed in Germany, was previously called Endlösung (Final Solution), and was founded by members of the neo-Nazi group Die Vandalen - Ariogermanische Kampfgemeinschaft (The Vandals - Aryan Germanic Combat Association), which was founded in 1982.
They performed only one concert that was open to the public, and did so wearing masks. However, they held several private concerts in restaurants in Berlin, Germany. Landser recorded its music in Germany, but had the CDs manufactured abroad, mainly in the United States, Canada and Eastern Europe. The music is distributed online, by underground dealers through peer to peer networks or purchased from music labels in the United States and in some European countries where their music is legal (mostly in Eastern Europe and the United Kingdom).


Landser: Lunikoff Demo '92, ~1992, MC/later CD.
Landser: Das Reich kommt wieder, 1992, MC/later CD - banned in Germany.
Landser: Republik der Strolche, 1995, MC/CD - banned in Germany.
Landser: Berlin bleibt deutsch, 1996, CD (identical with "Das Reich kommt wieder", Bootleg) - banned in Germany.
Landser: Deutsche Wut, 1997, CD (called "Rock gegen oben") - banned in Germany.
Landser: Best of…, 2001, CD. forbidden since October 2005.
Landser, Stahlgewitter, Hauptkampflinie (HKL): Amalek - illegal in Germany.
Landser: Ran an den Feind, 2001, CD - banned in Germany.
Landser: Sampler, 2001, CD - banned in Germany.
Landser: Endlösung - Final Solution: The Early Years, 2002, CD - banned in Germany.
Tanzorchester Immervoll, 2002, CD.
Rock gegen ZOG - hepp, hepp…, 2003, CD.
Tribute to Landser, 2003, CD.

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