Release date: 21.11.2011 Company: m=minimal
physical & digital copies: andreasreihse.bandcamp.com
L.A. part I - City of Fur 0:59
L.A. part II - Johnny Hairo 9:25
L.A. part III - Bahia Knife 7:53
Der lange Weg nach Düsseldorf part I 9:45
Der lange Weg nach Düsseldorf part II 1:39
L.A. part IV - Hacienda Dallesandro 8:23 [LP] 11:12 [CD]
voice a1: Post Industrial Boys. voci b2: Maximilian Dax, traducione: Armin Linke. recording and mixing: Shed in The Park Cologne, and Spreepark Studios Berlin. mastering Christian Borngräber. vinylcutting Stefan Betke, scape.
cover artwork: Thea Djordjadze.
Thank you all, love you all & Kreidler.
Romantic Comedy now is driving, percussive dance music. Music for dark clubs, for places without much light and oxygen. It's a comedy in six acts: from Los Angeles to Düsseldorf and back again.
Music and Lyrics? - Pop goes my heart! - Of course it's a rom com, a bittersweet romance full of memories and a bit of sorrow, too.
Der lange Weg nach Düsseldorf, the title maybe reminds you of Mittagspause's classical punk anthem Der lange Weg nach Derendorf, indeed Derendorf, this grey area of the provincial capital Düsseldorf where Andreas Reihse in the late 80ies shared a rehearsal room with Stefan Betke, next to the slaughterhouse; but Langeweg also was the adress of Klaus Dinger's studio in Zeeland.
The titles of the other pieces refer to dubious characters who testify that the trip to the West coast makes halt in Manchester, Milano, Brussels and London. Without forgetting Charlottenburg and Williamsburg. Places that hold up against oblivion and reinvent themselves as well as the club. Deine Disco braucht Dich.