Die Gesunden

Die Gesunden (translated to the healthy ones) was the mostly the duo of Mabel Aschenneller and Eschi Rehm (who sadly passed away on November 12, 2008). They were also joined on drums by Thomas Wydler (who later became known for his membership in Nick Cave And the Bad Seeds).
Taking influences from Kraftwerk, Roxy Music, and ENO/Bowie (who were coincidentally recording Low in Berlin at this time), Die Gesunden was one of the first Neue Deutsche Welle outfits. The self-titled LP was released in 1982 on Innovative Communication which was the independent record label formed by Klaus Schulze in 1978 after Klaus became very interested in the earliest Berlin Neue Deutsche Welle bands (such as Ideal, etc). Mabel was very involved in the Berlin scene such as promoting local gigs for the early Einstürzende Neubauten in 1981 and shows at the Exxcess club (with shows by the Cure amongst other bands in their infancy) which also inspired the birth of Die Gesunden.
Die Gesunden did fairly well around Germany with one of the highlights being a tour in 1981 supporting DAF (Deutsche Amerikanische Freundschaft).
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KS 80.028, KS 80 028 Die Gesunden - Die Gesunden Cover-Design Die Gesunden Die Gesunden (Album) Innovative Communication, Innovative Communication KS 80.028, KS 80 028 Germany 1982 Diese Version verkaufen


none Die Gesunden - Live At "Rock Against Junk" Cover-Design Die Gesunden Live At "Rock Against Junk"(Cass, Promo, C60) Not On Label (Die Gesunden) none Germany 1981 Diese Version verkaufen