Carmen (2) ‎– Puppe Aus Glas

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Schallmauer ‎– SCHALL 017
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A1 Verdammt Noch Mal 3:30
A2 Ich Schaue Durch Ein Loch Hindurch 2:47
A3 Es Ist Kalt Um Mich Herum 3:40
A4 Ich Liebe Einen Jungen 2:24
A5 Schreib Mir Heute Nacht Auf 4:08
A6 Denk Immer Daran 2:30
B1 Mit Dem Auto Durch Die Welt 3:06
B2 Puppe Aus Glas 2:55
B3 Klick Klick 2:45
B4 Rolf U. Peter 3:30
B5 Spielzeugbahn 2:00
B6 Schlaraffenland
Choir – Piet Klocke
3:43

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Recorded and mixed at Studio "Zero Green" - 4300 Essen 1
Distributed by Boots Vertrieb, Hannover

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  • Label Code: LC 8096
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Stegula

Stegula

July 25, 2008
edited over 5 years ago

Carmen Thelen Gaspar is a female singer who formally performed with "The Marinas" / "Die Doraus und die Marinas" / "Andreas Dorau & die Marinas" best known from the first single-chart-hit of the NDW (Neue Deutsche Welle) in Germany with "Fred vom Jupiter".

Carmen also had a role at the movie "Die letzte Rache" of "Der Plan", as well as some TV-appearences with "Fred vom Jupiter". Carmen is an actress of the first years in German New Wave pioneer-times !

The label "Schallmauer" took care of her, and with the compository help of Piet Klocke (who performed with Die Tanzdiele, Gesundes Volksempfinden, made some solo-releases, and was later quite sucessfull as movie-acteur and comedian in Germany), she released this longplay, as well as the 7"-single "Es ist kalt".

And what a masterpiece is this LP: A kind of very well produced NDW, funk and early-80's-Pop with much saxophone (influenced by Piet Klocke), and with Carmens voice:

The voice of a teenager who expresses her own view with a mixture of obscure stories, forlorness, naivety and an impeccable mind for reality.

This unique, groovy style with detailed arrangements should last for decades in the minds of many listeners. And yes... at a private-party a few years ago with no DJs, just with much vinyl in front of the record-player it was this album which you could hear there for two times in full lenght...

Stegula