KISSING DISEASE Erster Kuss [limited black] LP VINYL 2024

Art.Nr.: 48044

EAN: 8016670163503


EUR 26,99
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Title: Erster Kuss
Format: LP Black Vinyl
Limited Edition of strictly 222 copies on Black Vinyl
Year: 22.03.2024
Label: Z-POP / Young & Cold
Tracklist:         A1 Exil (feat. Larasüß) 
A2 Toy 
A3 Kusskrank (feat. H369) 
A4 Ein Narr von Vielen 
A5 Sadfunk

B1 Metamorphose 
B2 Eiswüste 
B3 Rausch
Info: With the debut album “First Kiss” by German band KISSING DISEASE, Z-POP - the Young & Cold sublabel for German-language music - presents its third release.
The wave of young German/German-speaking musicians - musically oriented on the New Wave sound of the 80s - does not end and thus appeal to a completely new, young audience. At concerts, young adults celebrate the music from a period, when their parents were still teenagers. Shows by acts like Culk and Edwin Rosen are sold out across Germany and as a young person born in the 70s and 80s, you quickly feel like an "old fart.“  But of course it's great that a whole new generation .is interested in such atmospheric music, which is far away from the monotony of the charts called "Deutsch Pop", and is celebrating it at concerts.
The first KISSING DISEASE album contains the debut “First Kiss” EP on the A-side, plus 3 more Songs on the B-side, of which “Metamorphose” and “Eiswüste” were already released digitally in advance.
The direction is clearly recognizable, electronic Wave with a lot of atmosphere and introvert vocals. This used to be called Coldwave, a music that was mainly played in the 80s by French bands like Clair Obscur, Trisomie 21 or Norma Loy and is not as cold as the genre name suggests. In “Glasnost” magazine it was correctly described as “electronic sound art whose warmth lies in its coldness” and another Fanzine once said “Coldwave is Gothrock with electronic instruments”. With KISSING DISEASE there is also a pinch of NDW (early 80s German New Wave), so that songs like “Rausch” are also quite danceable.