La! Neu? is also used as an umbrella name for different projects from Dinger's friends; Rembrandt Lensink's solo album God Strikes Back, an album by the group Bluepoint Underground and the group Die With Dignity's album Kraut have all appeared under the La! Neu? name. The album Blue was originally meant as a follow-up to Dinger's solo album Neondian, but was rejected by the German record label (the rejection letter is reproduced on the back cover) and only issued a decade later.
Both La! Neu? and Dingerland have been inactive since 2001. Klaus Dinger's next planned project was a re-recording of La Düsseldorf's most successful album, Viva, using Japanese musicians, but he died in 2008. In 2013, the first recordings from Dinger's final years appeared as Klaus Dinger - Klaus Dinger + Japandorf. A further release, Klaus Dinger + Prejapandorf* - 2000!, appeared in 2017- some of its 2000 recordings feature Viktoria Wehrmeister and Andreas Reihse, and serve as a bridge between the La! Neu? and Japandorf eras. The Viva re-recording has yet to be released.