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Tokio Hotel - Zimmer 483 mp3 download

Performer: Tokio Hotel
Title: Zimmer 483
Style: Heavy Metal,Hard Rock
Duration: 44:54
Released: February 26, 2007
Size MP3 version: 1793 mb
Size FLAC version: 1435 mb
Size WMA version: 1876 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 617
Format: RA AIFF AC3 MMF MPC WAV
Genre: Pop Rock

Tokio Hotel - Zimmer 483 mp3 download


Album · 2007 · 12 Songs. Zimmer 483 Tokio Hotel.

Album by Tokio Hotel. Ich Brech Aus. Reden. Nach Dir Kommt Nichts. Wir Sterben Niemals Aus. Vergessene Kinder.

Zimmer 483 (Room 483) is the second album by the German rock band Tokio Hotel. It was released in Germany on 23 February 2007. The album yielded four singles including "Übers Ende der Welt", "Spring nicht" and "An deiner Seite (Ich bin da)". In contrast to other Tokio Hotel releases Zimmer 483 has proven to be the most reliable when it comes to sales, with over 375,000 copies sold in just two months. It has been certified platinum in Austria

Для продажу на території України, For sale on the territory of Ukraine.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Übers Ende Der Welt Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 3:33
2 Totgeliebt Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Georg Listing / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth / Gustav Schäfer Tokio Hotel 3:42
3 Spring Nicht Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 4:09
4 Heilig Patrick Benzner / Peter Hoffman / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 4:03
5 Wo Sind Eure Haende Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Georg Listing / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth / Gustav Schäfer Tokio Hotel 3:37
6 Stich Ins Glueck Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 4:04
7 Ich Breche Aus Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Georg Listing / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth / Gustav Schäfer Tokio Hotel 3:24
8 Reden Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 3:13
9 Nach Dir Kommt Nichts Patrick Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 3:14
10 Wir Sterben Niemals Aus Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz Tokio Hotel 2:59
11 Vergessene Kinder Pat Benzner / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Tom Kaulitz / Hoffmann, Peter / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 4:34
12 An Deiner Seite (Ich Bin Da) Patrick Benzner / Peter Hoffman / David Jost / Bill Kaulitz / Dave Roth Tokio Hotel 4:22

Credits

Pat Benzner - Composer
Patrick Benzner - Composer, Mixing, Producer
Jens Boldt - Photography
Manfred Faust - Mixing
Peter Hoffman - Composer
Hoffmann, Peter - Composer
David Jost - Composer, Producer
Bill Kaulitz - Composer
Tom Kaulitz - Composer
Georg Listing - Composer
Dave Roth - Composer, Mixing, Producer
Gustav Schäfer - Composer
Tokio Hotel - Primary Artist
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There are no words to describe the immense evolution of Tokio Hotel as artists in those two years seperating their debut "Schrei" from their second studio album "Zimmer 483". They have grown from manufactured pseudo-anarchic teenage rebels to grown up songwriters and performers fully living up to their emo personas by presenting insightful teen angst anthems. Wonderful, heartfelt lyricism crafted by the band themselves captured in simplistic, sometimes soft sometimes harder emo and pop rock arrangements with melodies the best dance writer couldn't write any catchier. On "Spring nicht", a double entendre is used, discribing both a suicidal teenager as well as the end of a romantic relationship. "Übers Ende der Welt" is a dynamic rock song about facing the future while the world is falling apart behind you, being a far better teen rebel anthem than anything on the album's preceeder. The depressing, melancholic tone of "Vergessene Kinder" sets the mood for the dark theme of maternal neglect.With "Zimmer 483", Tokio Hotel grew from a pop phenomenon to a voice of their generation in their home country. It features both serious topics as well as energic pop rock earworms, all complimented by singer Bill's bleak and androgynous singing and appearance, both which sounds and looks more mature than on their pre-puberty debut. It was also the success of this album that would mark the beginning of their international career, which would increase in the following 3 years.