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Die Mustangs - Mustangs [Ariola] album mp3
  • Performer:
    Die Mustangs
  • Title:
    Mustangs [Ariola]
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
    1965
  • Size FLAC version
    1999 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1812 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1907 megabytes
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    4.9
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    170
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The Mustangs are a British blues rock band that was formed in Hampshire in 2001. They are unusual on the blues rock circuit as their albums are made of entirely original material. The Mustangs were nominated for Best Band at the 2010 British Blues Awards. The band's drummer, Jonathan Bartley, is co-leader of The Green Party of England and Wales

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The name Die Anderen was chosen and contact with record company Ariola's in-house producer Giorgio Moroder followed. Moroder produced 2 albums and some singles for them. The band was notable for having four excellent harmonious vocalists, a keenness to play, originality coupled with a total commitment to making money. Their album "Kannibal Komix", released in 1968 on Ariola, was a milestone. The US film producer George Moorse, who was living in Munich at the time, got hold of a copy of the LP. Using the album as a soundtrack he produced the ghost film "Das Haus in WeiЯ" (The House in White). The film was as chaotic as the Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour" and as such reflected the times. The real kick to their career came in Hamburg's Star Club.

Listen to music from Die Mustangs like Make Up Your Mind, Einsamkeit & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Die Mustangs. But based on the recorded evidence, Die Mustangs were cool. A German beat band from the early to mid-'60s, their lineup consisted of Gerd Geerkin (guitar), Nico Kuhlkamp (guitar), Horst Heineberg (bass), and Jorn Schroder (drums) (later succeeded by Udo Lindenberg).

In the instrumental department, Die Mustangs could hold their own - their played Fender equipment at a time when that was relatively hard to come by in Germany - and harmonized beautifully on originals like "Why Should I Cr. With a few breaks, these boys might've been Germany's answer to Gerry & the Pacemakers or the Roulettes. They broke up after 1966, leaving behind an amazingly enjoyable body of singles and a complete LP, cut for Germany's Ariola label.

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Die Mustangs - Primary Artist