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Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 22:07

Sorry guys gotta go to bed so the rest of the Photo Shoots will probably come tomorrow if Ive got time ;)

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Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 21:53

Photo Shoots from year 2007:


Photo Shoot 1:


tokio-001.jpg
tokio-002.jpg
tokio-003.jpg
tokio-004.jpg
 


Photo Shoot 2:


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14f24518f8_6dfe4e185c_9414319_Detail550a_128955_129053.jpg
38d317bb5e_183b6004de_9414314_Detail550a_128953_129052.jpg
a8da08181a_f4ba73d63f_9414317_Detail550a_128952_129054.jpg
d0b97712a6_1183296648_150850.jpg


Photo Shoot 3, Scream:



007.jpg
008~0.jpg
009~0.jpg
010~0.jpg
 


Photo Shoot 4:


002.jpg
003-1.jpg
004.jpg
005.jpg
006.jpg
007.png
37687_642.jpg
37688_642.jpg
37689_642.jpg
37690_642.jpg

Photo Shoot 5, Zimmer 483?:


ichbinnichtich1gv5.jpg
ichbinnichtich2fj8.jpg
new02-2.jpg
new02~0.jpg
new04-2.jpg
new04~0.jpg
new06-1.jpg
new16~0.jpg
suede016do3dg0.jpg
suede018nh5lj9.jpg
suede020vt4ql6.jpg
suede021ga0cd3.jpg
zimmer-003.png
zimmer-005.png
zimmer-007.png
zimmer-009.png
zimmer-011.jpg
zimmer-012.jpg
zimmer-013.jpg
 
Photo Shoot 6:bravode-001.jpg
bravode-002.jpg
bravode-006.jpg
bravode-008.jpg
bravode-009.jpg
bravode-010.jpg
bravode-011.jpg
bravode-012.jpg


Photo Shoot 7, Zimmer 483:


001~7.jpg
1183026464tr4.jpg
uedw-006.jpg
uedw-009.jpg
uedw-010.jpg
uedw-013.jpg
uedw-014.jpg
uedw-015.jpg
uedw-016.jpg
uedw-017.jpg
uedw-018.jpg
uedw-020.jpg
uedw-023.jpg
up01(1).jpg
up01.jpg
up03.jpg

Photo Shoot 8, Rock One:


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9ex92lv0ee0.jpg
paris020207-001.jpg
paris200307-001.jpg
 


Photo Shoot 9, tickets:


echophtcall-001.jpg


Photo Shoot 10: 


jeru-001.jpg
jeru-002.jpg
jeru-003.jpg
jeru-004.jpg
 

Photo Shoot 11:


lond-001.jpg
lond-002.jpg
lond-003.jpg
lond-010.jpg
 

Photo Shoot 12:


sept-004.jpg
sept-005.jpg
 

From HERE.

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Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 21:46

Here are pictures from all the photo shoots this year:

 (sry dont remember from where the photo shoots are from so if you know please tell us!! =D )


Photo Shoot 1:

hlw-001.jpg
hlw-002.jpg
hlw-003.jpg
hlw-004.jpg
hlw-005.jpg
hlw-009.jpg
hlw-010.jpg
hlw-015.jpg
hlw-016.jpg

hlw-018.jpg




Photo Shoot 2:


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252ee03fe7c8.jpg
6985f5a4cca8.jpg
 

Photo Shoot 3, Casino:


0121.jpg
0226.jpg
0327.jpg
0428.jpg
0524.jpg
0624.jpg
0923.jpg
1120.jpg
1219.jpg
1321.jpg
1420.jpg
1520.jpg
1620.jpg
1720.jpg
1820.jpg
1921.jpg
2020.jpg
2417.jpg
2616.jpg
2716.jpg
2816.jpg
2916.jpg
3016.jpg
3116.jpg
3216.jpg3516.jpg
3815.jpg
4014.jpg
4314.jpg
4514.jpg

Photo Shoot 4:

0311.jpg
0610.jpg
0711.jpg
0811.jpg

Photo Shoot 5:


bambz-001.jpg
 

Photo Shoot 6:



0135.jpg
0238.jpg
0339.jpg
0439.jpg
0535.jpg
0635.jpg
0731.jpg
 


Photo Shoot 7:


0538.jpg
0638.jpg
0733.jpg
0837.jpg
 

Thats all of them, got them from HERE.

Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 21:34

Aint he cute??



Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 21:26

Here are a few more pictures I dont think have been posted earlier.



Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 21:24


Move over Jonas Brothers, the Kaulitz twins are moving in.

The 18-year-old Kaulitz brothers comprise half of Tokio Hotel, a German glam-pop quartet that is creating Beatles-like hysteria among the teen set in their native land. They've sold close to 3 million CDs and DVDs in their native country, and are hoping to replicate that rabid fan base in the United States.

"They're the stepping stone between the tween stuff and My Chemical Romance," says Andrew Gyger, senior product manager for Virgin Entertainment Group, a few days after the foursome appeared at Virgin's Times Square store in New York in May to promote its English-language album, "Scream."

"The in-store was massive in terms of sales and the amount of girls that showed up," Gyger says, relaying stories of at least one girl fainting and screaming teens lining up around the block for the event. "The band seems to have come out of nowhere."

Actually, Tokio Hotel came out of the Internet. A YouTube search shows 123,000 video listings compared to 88,100 for the Jonas Bros. or 21,000 for a grizzled veteran like Bruce Springsteen. To further sate their young fans' appetite, for the last six months the band has produced weekly episodes of Tokio Hotel TV for its U.S Web site.

For Tokio Hotel, the visual is as vital as the vocals and is propelled by lead singer Bill Kaulitz's anime look: straightened, teased black hair; heavy eye makeup that accentuates his delicate, androgynous, doll-like features; chain necklaces and vintage rock and roll T-shirts. He's so thin he appears almost one dimensional on stage, adding to the cartoon-like appeal. But to hear him tell it, his look comes by way of Transylvania, not Japan.

When he was 10, Bill Kaulitz dressed as a vampire for Halloween and adopted the styling year-round.

"After that, I started to color my hair and polish my nails. I started to wear makeup and stuff. I'd never heard of (anime)," Bill Kaulitz said in an interview at the Avalon Hollywood before to the group's sold-out show in Los Angeles. He, his brother, bassist Georg Listing, 20, and drummer Gustav Schafer, 19, are squashed together in a leather booth in the lounge one floor above the Avalon stage. Both he and Tom speak very good, albeit heavily accented, English, although an interpreter stands by in case any translation is needed.

Tom Kaulitz, the older brother by 10 minutes ("A lot of people think Bill is the boss, but I am the boss," he laughs), developed his hip-hop/dreads look when he was seven or eight, in part as a way to differentiate himself from his identical twin. "When we were six, we looked the same," Tom Kaulitz said. "We had sweat shirts with (the names) Bill and Tom so that teachers had a chance to know who's who."

The Kaulitz brothers began playing guitar when they were seven — the instruments were gifts from their musician stepfather. By the time they were in their mid-teens, they were playing in clubs, often to less than five people, and Listing and Schafer had joined the band.

Their mother's backing was not only desired, but vital: "We needed the support of our parents because we had no car, no money," Bill Kaulitz says.

Mom has long since stopped driving the band to gigs; they have people who do that for them now as they have accumulated a team during their meteoric rise. The group's first single, "Through the Monsoon," went to No. 1 in Germany in 2005, a pair of No. 1 albums and sold-out European tours followed.

The fan frenzy in Germany has reached epic proportions, such as when a group of teen girls delivered a fan letter that was more than seven miles long. After seeing a young fan repeatedly at shows in different cities, the band later learned that she was a runaway who had left home to follow the group. "It's still crazy to us," Bill Kaulitz says of the distaff attention.

After witnessing the spectacle at the band's February appearance at New York's Gramercy Theatre, Amy Doyle, MTV's senior VP of music and talent, became a convert. "I could not believe the line outside of screaming teen girls," she said. "It reminded me of the audience of the late '90s and 2000 for Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync."

Following that performance, MTV added the video for "Ready, Set, Go" into heavy rotation, as well as highlighted the band online, on mtv2 and on "TRL." Tokio Hotel writes a tour diary for MTV.com, which, Doyle says, had elicited more reader comments than any previous tour diary.

But the band has a long way to go before they reach Backstreet or 'N Sync like sales — since the group's CD was released in April, it has sold just over 23,000 copies. Tokio Hotel's U.S label, Cherrytree/Interscope, has yet to take the first single, "Monsoon," to radio, but Doyle says the whole package is the band's selling point.

"Radio always helps, but there's a connection that clearly is made when the audience sees them that you can't connect with just a song; fans are making an emotional connection."

Indeed, at the Avalon show that evening, teenage girls packed up against the stage so tightly that security guards started a regular procession of lifting them over the railing as several teen become overcome by the nearness of their heroes and the pressure of those pushing behind them.

"It's so cool that we have fans already here. But we are at the beginning," Bill Kaulitz. "We really want to be successful in America, we really want to try it. There are not so many German bands who get the chance to come to America to play."

Tokio Hotel already has Madison Square Garden in its sights, but also knows it had to put in the footwork. On this trip, they went to the vaunted venue; not to perform, but to see Jay-Z and Mary J. Blige.

"It's a dream to play there," Tom Kaulitz says, shaking his head up and down. "Maybe in two years. You need goals in your life."

link to article:

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...e080919D57.DTL

Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 21:11

So I decided to post it today cause I wont find the link tomorrow xD



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