Claudia Robot | Alarmsignal

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Alarmsignal

by Claudia Robot

Claudia Robot – Scherbenlilli / Alarmsignal Label: Philips – 6400 628 Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM Country: Germany Released: 1982 Genre: Electronic Style: New Wave, Synth-pop Philips – 6400 628 Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM Country: Germany Released: 1982 Ge
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Warum bist du ein Fisch
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2. Kinder der Nacht
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3. Scherbenlilli
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4. Alarmsignal
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5. Die Verwandlung (Schwein)
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6. Ich steh' auf Wien
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7. Ines
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8. Ich bin ein Roboter
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9. Alles ist leer
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10. Miss Austria
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Welcome to the THIRTY YEAR ANNIVERSARY EDITION of ALARMSIGNAL. In 1982, Claudia Robot works with Erdenklang producer Hubert Bognermayr and creates the legendary cult album "Alarmsignal". Claudia tours Austria and Germany, where she meets Falco, Stefanie Werger, Wolfgang Ambros, and Wilfried, to name a few of her cohorts in the New Wave and Austro- rock arena. Rock singer Wilfried records one of her songs. Her song "I like Vienna" becomes a well-known hymn in movie theaters and trailers. Claudia Robot's album gains much recognition in the 80-ies sector with other German New Wave artists such as Blümchen Blau and Nena. Her live-band performances are never short of surprise as she rapidly becomes a household name in Austro-Rock. The press names her Austria's new Nina Hagen. Press releases such as Melody Maker and Billboard Magazine list her as a German punk rock artist. In 1984 Claudia makes her musical move to the United States.


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