Stegzy's Music Project

A commentary on Stegzy's album collection

#126 – Bayreuth 1 – Joachim Witt

on September 4, 2014

Bayreuth Eins Bayreuth 1 – Joachim Witt

It’s that German chap again. This time he’s here with his eighth album from 1998.

In the time before Rammstein, when Euro pop was something shunned by Brit landers as mistakenly being akin to the plinky plonky fizzy pop churned out annually during the Eurovision Song Contest, there existed a subculture of hard core Euro rockers who were slowly infiltrating the UK pop scene. Mr Witt led that vanguard with this album.

There are some good tunes on this album but my favourite, and the only reason I have this album, is the Peter Heppner collaboration Die Flut. 

 

 


One response to “#126 – Bayreuth 1 – Joachim Witt

  1. […] on the Music Project once before with his best of compilation album Auf Ewig and his eighth album Bayreuth 1 and I’ve already hinted that the only reason I had any of these albums was because of Die […]

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