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Av Ica - 20 april 2008 21:13

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Tokio Hotel have now decided to give out an official book about them selves.

Pages: About 112

Pictures: About 150 in color

Text: About 20 000 words (weird thing to tell xD)

Paperback, 25x25cm

Some info about the things happening in the US.

Thanks to tokiohotelamerica.com for this

"CONAN O’BRIEN: Tickets for Conan O’Brien tend to be on back order for up to 2 months. Meaning, as of right now it is probably impossible to get tickets for the 9th BUT if you’d like to give it a shot call this number: (212) 664-3056/3057 Monday-Friday from 10 - 5pm. There is also something called Stand-By. BEAR IN MIND YOU MUST BE 16 YEARS OR OLDER WITH AN ID TO ENTER THE STUDIO. If you want to try for tickets I recommend getting to the studio at about 6AM and waiting in line for something called stand-by. About 20 to 25 people are basically given entrance from the street. So, yeah, waiting on stand-by if you’re one of the first 20 - 25 is usually a good idea. If you’ve decided not to try for tickets I recommend waiting outside. I doubt that the band will be garaged (a term for when they are literally taken through the garage so as not to be bombarded) especially with it being so soon after the release of the album, they want all the fan love/publicity they can go. So for that go to 30 Rockefeller Plaza. It will be fairly easy to meet them afterwards, I imagine. It usually is if management isn’t being tough.

VIRGIN MEGASTORE SIGNING:

1540 Broadway
Level 2
New York, NY 10036
(212) 921-1020

After a number of Megastore signings I can faithfully say that I am most likely the master of Virgin signings. First of all, Virgin is located in Times Sq. From Port Authority you just walk up an ave, make a right and head down until you see Times Sq. Walk a bit further and it’ll be right there on your right. *FOR EVERY VIRGIN SIGNING I HAVE BEEN TO I HAVE GOTTEN THERE NO LATER THAN 3AM. The doors to the store open at 7. You walk in, purchase your CDs and recieve wristbands. There are usually TWO colored bands. One to ensure you make it to the performance AND the signing. And the other to ensure that you get into the store and might make it to the signing, depending on when they decide to cut it off. Usually, either which way, they do the entire signing. But, once again, I don’t know what management is thinking so I suggest you get there early and get the first wristbands. After getting the wristband you will be escorted BACK outside and get into line AGAIN. You will wait another 10 hours until about 7pm and then you will be let in IN LINE and taken down the 2 escalators to the bottom floor where IN LINE you will watch the performance. You will then make your way down the line to the left and meet the boys who will be sitting down at a table. NO PICTURES WITH THEM. AND USUALLY NO GETTING ANYTHING OTHER THAN YOUR CD SIGNED. *USUALLY* Any questions about the signing feel free to ask me. ***FOR PEOPLE INTERESTED IN GOING TO TRL - ONCE YOU GET YOUR WRISTBAND, IF YOU RECIEVE ONE OF THE FIRST 500 COLORED ONES YOU ARE ABLE TO LEAVE THE LINE BEARING IN MIND THAT IF THERE IS A PERFORMANCE YOU WILL BE AT THE BACK OF THE ROOM FOR IT (THE ROOM IS ABOUT THE SIZE OF A CONCERT HALL, YOU CAN SEE FROM ANYWHERE AND THE SET IS USUALLY ONLY ABOUT 3 - 4 SONGS SO IT’S NOT A BIG DEAL…) SO YES… YOU CAN GET OFF OF THE LINE AFTER RECIEVING YOUR WRISTBANDS AND GO TO TRL. YOU WON’T MISS ANYTHING BECAUSE THERE WILL BE NOTHING TO MISS WHAT WITH THE GUYS BEING INSIDE THE TRL STUDIOS. TRL IS LOCATED LEGIT RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET FROM VIRGIN.

BAMBOOZLE: This is probably the event people will have the most questions about. Doors open at 11:30AM (I believe, I could be wrong, once again this is off of the top of my head… so double check that.) There is NO NEED to sleep out for this. Bamboozle is in the parking lot of Continental Arena (Or the Izod if you’re one of those new kids…) and it is MASSIVE. There are approx 10 stages with something like 65,000 acts. (That’s a joke. Laugh.) TOKIO HOTEL’S STAGE HAS NOT YET BEEN ANNOUNCED. Do not die. There will be a sheet that you can print off with times and stages when the date gets nearer. THIS SHEET ALSO TENDS TO LIE VICIOUSLY ABOUT TIMES. Make sure you continue to check back at their stage to see if they’re a few acts behind or running a couple thousand hours ahead. (Which has happened to me and I’ve missed complete acts of favorite bands. Not fun.) YOU WILL NOT DIE IN THE BAMBOOZLE CROWD. Chances are there will be roughly 30 people at the Tokio Hotel stage and it will be one of the side stages towards the back of the parking lot. Chances are these 30 people will be 25 girls and 5 mothers. I could be exageratting but for 60$ I don’t think too many people are going to show up JUST for TH. You also don’t need to wait at the stage all day if you don’t want to. But, be weary of the fact that most times security gets snippy and makes you get into lines and then you have about 5 minutes passing time between acts. IF THIS IS HAPPENING I SUGGEST YOU STAY IN THE AREA OF THE PARKING LOT WITH TOKIO HOTELS STAGE. Also, sometimes acts are walking around/at other venues watching other acts. I doubt this will happen since Saki can’t bring his sniper rifle on the airplane, but still… if it does… I don’t know what to tell you other than enjoy."

ANNONS
Av Ica - 20 april 2008 21:12


"It was truly an event to remember, when 400 crazy fans gathered around to meet and greet their favorite German rockers today!

We were thrilled to see Tom, Georgand Gustav of the incredibly cool rock band, Tokio Hotel, visit ourvery own Habbo Hotel today! Sadly, as most of you know, they had topostpone their Canada tour due to Bill's surgery, however, that didn'tstop them from coming online and rocking out with you guys!

They had a great time, and theTokio Hotel Lounge (which had been full for 24 hours!) was filled tothe brim with dancing Habbos - and, let's not forget, 400 onlookers!

We really can't wait until theyfinally come to Canada to rock out on our stages again, but until then,at least we got a great dose of Tokio Hotel to tie us over!

As promised, we served them up with a handful of questions that you guys sent us, and so we bring you those right now!

Asked by Chloroform
What bands would you say helped influence your music?
There's no specific band. We all are into different music!

Asked by .Star.Princess.
Which city was your all time favorite to be in and to perform in?
We can't pick one – we played so many amazing places!

Asked by alex0013
What do you do if you have a bad day and how do you fix it?
We know each other really well and first if one of us has a bad day we just let him do his thing – or we all laugh about georg

Asked by Apple.11
I love your song “Ready, Set, Go!” I was just wondering what is that song about?
It'sabout going for your dream! It's about being brave and going for yourdreams whatever people might say or think – it's about leavingeverything behind you!

Asked by BabyFayceTM
Questionfor Tom: I saw in some pictures of you, in the time of Monsoon that youhave a scar on your eyebrow...how that happen? Any twins fight?
Bill gave me a hard push – I fell – and a snowboard hit me – we were 6 years old

Asked by baffling
What made you come up with the group name TokioHotel?
Well we had a different band name in former times – then we changed andwe wanted a name that really fit us – so, we all love really big citiesand especially Tokio. We think it sounds great and we were looking fora symbol that would represent our lives – so we thought beingmusicians, traveling al the time we would live in hotels all the time –so here you go: Tokio Hotel!

Asked by biega101
What do u guys like to do when you aren’t making music or touring?
We all like to relax – to eat and sleep and eat and watch tv… and sleep and sleep

Asked by Toper
If I was to start a band someday is there any advice you would give me?
Ohwe hate people who give advices, people who think they know everythingand need to tell you how the world is running! It's important to doyour thing, that's what we always did.

Asked by Kohaul
You recently played Canada for the first time. What do you think of our Country?
We loved it! We had a really great time and the Canadian fans were really amazing – we can't wait to come back!"

ANNONS
Av Ica - 20 april 2008 21:12


"It was truly an event to remember, when 400 crazy fans gathered around to meet and greet their favorite German rockers today!

We were thrilled to see Tom, Georg and Gustav of the incredibly cool rock band, Tokio Hotel, visit our very own Habbo Hotel today! Sadly, as most of you know, they had to postpone their Canada tour due to Bill's surgery, however, that didn't stop them from coming online and rocking out with you guys!

They had a great time, and the Tokio Hotel Lounge (which had been full for 24 hours!) was filled to the brim with dancing Habbos - and, let's not forget, 400 onlookers!

We really can't wait until they finally come to Canada to rock out on our stages again, but until then, at least we got a great dose of Tokio Hotel to tie us over!

As promised, we served them up with a handful of questions that you guys sent us, and so we bring you those right now!

Asked by Chloroform
What bands would you say helped influence your music?
There's no specific band. We all are into different music!

Asked by .Star.Princess.
Which city was your all time favorite to be in and to perform in?
We can't pick one – we played so many amazing places!

Asked by alex0013
What do you do if you have a bad day and how do you fix it?
We know each other really well and first if one of us has a bad day we just let him do his thing – or we all laugh about georg

Asked by Apple.11
I love your song “Ready, Set, Go!” I was just wondering what is that song about?
It's about going for your dream! It's about being brave and going for your dreams whatever people might say or think – it's about leaving everything behind you!

Asked by BabyFayceTM
Question for Tom: I saw in some pictures of you, in the time of Monsoon that you have a scar on your eyebrow...how that happen? Any twins fight?
Bill gave me a hard push – I fell – and a snowboard hit me – we were 6 years old

Asked by baffling
What made you come up with the group name TokioHotel?
Well we had a different band name in former times – then we changed and we wanted a name that really fit us – so, we all love really big cities and especially Tokio. We think it sounds great and we were looking for a symbol that would represent our lives – so we thought being musicians, traveling al the time we would live in hotels all the time – so here you go: Tokio Hotel!

Asked by biega101
What do u guys like to do when you aren’t making music or touring?
We all like to relax – to eat and sleep and eat and watch tv… and sleep and sleep

Asked by Toper
If I was to start a band someday is there any advice you would give me?
Oh we hate people who give advices, people who think they know everything and need to tell you how the world is running! It's important to do your thing, that's what we always did.

Asked by Kohaul
You recently played Canada for the first time. What do you think of our Country?
We loved it! We had a really great time and the Canadian fans were really amazing – we can't wait to come back!"

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