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seko the creator of the site on 02/28/2009 at 6:04pm (UTC)
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Tokio Hotel dezvaluie despre "Room 483"
Ce este pentru voi deosebit la acest album?
Bill: Producerea acestui album a fost pentru noi ca o calatorie in timp - pe album sunt cantece pe care le-am scris si produs in urma cu cativa ani.
Georg: Da, la vechile cantece nu mai "lucrasem" de mult timp, iar in timp ce eram in studio, ne aduceam aminte de inceput - de exemplu cum am inregistrat "Durch den Monsun", si de incredibila vara a anului 2005, cu primul single si primii fani!
Gustav: De fapt, la inregistrari am petrecut ore in sir amintindu-ne de trecut si povestind, amintindu-ne cum Tom nu avea trei chitari, ca acum, si trebuia mereu sa imprumutam instrumente, pentru a obtine soundul potrivit...sau cum fugeam la chiosc, pentru ca apaream pentru prima data intr-o revista!
Deci albumul inseamna mult pentru voi?
Tom: Da, si bineinteles ca e un pas inainte pentru trupa.
Bill: Pot sa spun ca acum am invatat sa pretuim cu adevarat momentele de inceput petrecute in studio, sau lungile nopti in care am scris cantece.
Tom: Da! Bill devine acum sentimental... Nu, acum serios, nu e genul meu, dar cand rescrii un cantec dupa 4 ani si te intorc in studio sa-l reinregistrezi, imi vin in minte o gramada de lucuri emotionante, suntem atat de legati de aceste cantece, pentru ca sunt ale noastre, reprezinta sentimentele noastre si ceea ce traim.
Totusi de ce faceti un album in engleza?
Tom: Intre timp ne-am facut multi fani care nu cunosc limba germana. Pentru noi e foarte important ca fanii sa inteleaga melodiile, mesajul si sa se identifice cu melodiile noastre. Nu toti fanii sunt vorbitori de germana, si am decis sa inregistram cantecele si in engleza!
Ce ii asteapta pe fani pe album?
Bill: Am avut multe concerte live, am terminat deja al doilea mare turneu. In fiecare seara vedem cum reactioneaza lumea in fatza scenei. Am ales melodii care se potrivesc mai bine si care dau bine. Ne-am dat silinta ca din doua albume sa scoatem ceva nou.
Tom: Trebuie sa se potrveasca, sa alcatuiasca un "tot" grozav. Pentru noi a fost important sa nu scoatem un album gen "Best of", ci unul care sa-i miste pe fani.
Georg: Pe plan international albumul se va numi "Scream", iar pentru Germania l-am numit "Room 483".
Pe viitor urmeaza doar cantece in limba engleza?
Tom: Nu, vom continua sa facem cantecele in germana, si bineinteles sa continuam cu concertele live in Germania. Pentru fanii care nu inteleg germana vor exista versiuni in limba engleza.
Pentru sfarsit, povestiti cum merge treaba in studio:
Tom: Pentru inceput am scris in engleza, impreuna cu producatorii, textele cantecelor alese, apoi am reinregistrat totul.
Bill: Trebuie sa spun ca a fost o experienta cu totul noua sa traducem cantecele si sa ne exprimam sentimentele si gandurile intr-o alta limba - am invatat o gramada datorita acestui lucru...
Gustav: Da, o gramada de engleza (toti rad...)
Bill: Asa am produs albumul "Room 483", combinand albumele "Schrei" si "Zimmer 483"!
Prost inceput de an pentru tobosarul grupului Tokio Hotel , Gustav Schaffer. Acesta a fost operat de apendicita, la un spital din Magdeburg, Germania.
In primele zile din 2009 Gustav a simtit dureri de abdomen foarte puternice. Initial a crezut ca se simte rau din cauza ca vreo mancare nu i-a picat bine la stomac, dar cand a vazut ca nu-i de gluma a dat fuga la spital.
Medicii au descoperit ca sufera de apendicita si ca trebuie operat. Zis si facut.
Operatia nu a durat foarte mult, iar la scurt timp dupa ce si-a revenit din anestezie a fost externat.
Chiar si asa, Gustav Schaffer va trebui sa stea cuminte in pat pentru cam doua-trei saptamani, pana se vindeca in totalitate, sustine managerul Tokio Hotel , David Jost.
daca tot neam umplut capu cu cei d la tokio hotel dc sa nu nil batem shi cu cei d la metalica ?
Best selling album
AC/DC's "Black Ice" and Metallica's "Death Magnetic" were among the world wide top-selling albums of 2008 , according to new figures from the London-based International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), which represents the recording industry worldwide.
Top 10 best-selling albums of 2008 globally, according to IFPI:
COLDPLAY - "Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends"
AC/DC - "Black Ice"
Various Artists - "Mamma Mia! The Movie Soundtrack"
DUFFY - "Rockferry"
METALLICA - "Death Magnetic"
LEONA LEWIS - "Spirit "
AMY WINEHOUSE - "Back To Black"
Various Artists - "High School Musical 3: Senior Year"
LIL WAYNE - "Tha Carter III"
RIHANNA - "Good Girl Gone Bad"
When it comes to defining Metallica, most people use James Hetfield as their guide. There's never any bullshit with James and there's never any shirking of duties. Example? When he threw his back out on the Summer Sanitarium 2000 tour, James ploughed his way through three weeks of intense physical therapy in four days, according to his physical therapist. And when the going got really tough, and James needed help in 2001, he sought it out, took it on and came back stronger than ever. It is precisely this sort of fierce, unbending dedication, devotion and spirit which has made James such an inspirational focal point through the years for millions of fans.
Ironically, the voice of Metallica (indeed, a defining voice of his rock'n'roll generation) very nearly wasn't a voice at all, simply because in the early days, James Hetfield didn't fancy being a lead vocalist. Metallica tried a few different vocal/guitar configurations. Some of the options considered included adding another
guitar player, having then-lead guitar player Dave Mustaine play the sole guitar and asking John Bush from Armored Saint to sing for the band. Of course common sense prevailed, James decided to fight harder to establish himself as a frontman and the results are, ahem, history
To trace the roots of Hetfield's unflinching dedication and determination, you have to go back to a childhood that was often tough but laid a foundation, which underscores James today. Born to a truck driver and light opera singer on August 3rd, 1963, in Los Angeles, his family's Christian Science religious beliefs played a large part in the young Hetfield's life, and subsequently form a central point for many of Metallica's lyrics. He was 9 years old when he first took piano lessons before taking on brother David's drums and finally picking up a guitar in his pre-teens.
With the likes of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Thin Lizzy providing inspiration, James quickly set about the task of becoming a rock star in his first band, Obsession. Made up of the Veloz brothers on bass and drums, with Jim Arnold on guitar, plenty of time was spent in the Veloz's garage jamming with Ron McGoveny and Dave Marrs acting as roadies. McGovney subsequently stepped in alongside Marrs and Hetfield when the Veloz brothers incarnation ended.
After moving to Brea, California, James attended Brea Olinda High School and met up with drummer Jim Mulligan. The two jammed at lunch time scaring fellow guitarists with their loud and heavy sounds before a guy called Hugh Tanner was seen carrying around part of a flying V guitar at school. Phantom Lord was born with Hugh on guitar, Mulligan on drums and James singing plus playing guitar. The group went through a few bass players until graduation when James moved back to Downey.
Back in Downey, James moved into a house owned by Ron McGovney's parents that was slated for demolition due to an expressway expansion. It was the perfect place for James and Ron to crash, rehearse and jam. James talked Ron into taking up bass, Phantom Lord was no more and the third band under Hetfield's leadership.
Leather Charm, was born. The only difference between Charm and Lord, was James singing without guitar and Ron playing bass guitar, Hugh Tanner and Jim Mulligan retaining their former 'Lord positions. Leather Charm was a largely hard rock combo, playing some originals and covers such as Iron Maiden's 'Remember Tomorrow' amongst others. The band managed to perform at a few parties and recorded a demo, but then began to fall apart.
First Tanner left the band (replaced by Troy James), then Mulligan left for a more progressive, Rush-like band. And with no drummer, the band was forced to call it quits. Although it was Mulligan's departure that led to James searching for a new drummer, we can safely say that Hugh Tanner was responsible for the catalytic moment which would change the course of James Hetfield's life and out him on the path to achieving his childhood ambition. How? Simple...Tanner introduced James to Lars Ulrich. The rest, as you'll read elsewhere, is a long, illustrious (occasionally curious) and still-evolving history...
James is the main songwriter in Metallica, co-creating the framework and structure for most Metallimaterial. When he's not writing, singing or playing, James enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including hunting, snowboarding, water and jet-skiing, sketching, annoying neighbors with guns and loud pipes on his chopper "The Saga", watching his favorite Oakland Raiders and going to hot-rod shows. He also collects older guitars (particularly those from 1963) and enjoys working on old cars. Amongst his favorites are a '55 Chevy BelAir (which he helped built and restore himself), and 'The Beast', a fearsome all-terrain 4-wheel drive Blazer that is designed to survive everything from earthquakes to nuclear holocausts. Aside from these pursuits, James is often happiest spending time with his wife Francesca and three children, Cali, Castor, and Marcella.
|Comment posted by alex, 02/28/2009 at 10:19pm (UTC):|
frate e marfa site-u !! da dc nu faci shi u un chat ? sau cv de genu asta ! ar fi prea tare !
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