Sunday, May 22, 2011

Claudia Brücken and Rockstar's new game L.A. Noire

Claudia has been asked to sing three jazzy songs on the (soundtrack of the) game L.A. Noire: Torched Song, Guilty and I Always Kill The Things I Love! Released May 17-20...

One of the first reviews at '...Three new songs, written by Stephen Coates of London band The Real Tuesday Weld and sung breathily by Claudia Brücken of Eighties German synthpop group Propaganda, are tense and beautiful...'

The official soundtrack is available at an Amazon or an iTunes store near you...!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

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Thursday, May 12, 2011

11 May 11 Claudia, Ralf and Susanne part of the Eurovision Song Contest festivities in Düsseldorf

Never thought I would ever attend a Eurovision Song Contest festivity....! Rumours were Propaganda will completely reunite with all four protagonists on stage to have a teutonic party in their (old) hometown. Center TV was on top of the news...:

Officially, from the Onetwo and Propaganda FB and MS:

'Stars of the electronic scene to bring 80s vibe to Stadtwerke turbine hall'

Together with Kraftwerk's Wolfgang Flür, Claudia, Susanne and Ralf (and Paul!) will be the stars of a very special electro night at the Turbinenhalle of Dusseldorf's Stadtwerke on Wednesday May 11 as part of the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 festivities.

Rüdiger Esch (Die Krupps), Claudia Brücken and Wolfgang Flür

'Back in the 80s, bands like Kraftwerk, the Krupps, and Propaganda planted the roots of electronic music in Düsseldorf, and the musical style has grown from here, with branches reaching far beyond the German borders. The British band Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD), for example, was heavily influenced by Kraftwerk. Düsseldorf's municipal utility company (Stadtwerke) will host an event dedicated to the music of the 80s on 11 May at 7 p.m., not only to give 'Lena fever' a boost, but also to show that the old 80s heroes continue to thrill fans of all ages.'

'In the Stadtwerke's turbine hall in Flingern, at the very roots of the Düsseldorf energy company, former Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flür will read from his book 'I was a Robot', with musical accompaniment from Thilo Schölpen, who will interpret some of the most famous Kraftwerk songs on the piano. Next, Claudia Brücken, singer of the band Propaganda, and Paul Humphreys, OMD keyboardist, will take the stage to present hits from both bands' repertoires with their electronic quartet 'Onetwo'. Special guests Susanne Freytag and Ralf Dörper from Propaganda will also make an appearance, performing chart successes, 'Dr. Mabuse' and 'P-Machinery', and Andy McCluskey from OMD will also join on stage for a couple of numbers!'