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Av Ica - 31 maj 2008 23:42


Magdeburg- The fans of the Magdeburger teenie band Tokio Hotel will get there destroyed pilgrimage place back! The wrecked cult busstop will be rebuild according to the decision of the city council of Loitsche, writes newspaper "Magdeburger Volksstimme". The waitingpoint near the house of the parents of bandmembers Bill and Tom Kaulitz has developed itself to a meeting point for fans. Youngsters had destroyed the little house with it's love statements four weeks ago. Now a new one will be placed in the centre of the city, sort of an official pilgrimage place for Tokio Hotel fans! Souvenir hunters, watch it: the old parts of the broken house, the city council is planning to sell on internet.


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Av Ica - 30 maj 2008 18:17


Thanx Schnee at THA!


Soirée spéciale Tokio Hotel sur FUN TV

Samedi 14 Juin ā 19h45, FUN TV diffusera une soirée spéciale Tokio Hotel ā l'occasion de son concert exceptionnel le 21 juin prochain. Aurélie Konaté présentera un documentaire exclusif sur l'un des phénomčnes musicaux européens les plus plébiscités de ces deux derničres années. Interview, anecdotes croustillantes, FUN TV retrace la carričre de ce jeune quatuor qui déchaîne les foules, et dont toutes les filles sont folles. Fans de Tokio Hotel : ne manquez surtout pas ce rendez-vous sur FUN TV !

Source: communiqué FUN TV

Special Evening Tokio Hotel on Fun TV


Saturday, June 14 at 19h45, FUN TV will broadcast a special evening with Tokio Hotel on the occasion of their concert on June 21. Aurélie Konaté will present an exclusive documentary on Europe's most popular musical phenomena over the past two years. Interview, anecdotes crispy, FUN TV traces the career of this young quartet who unleashed the crowds, and all girls are crazy. Fans of Tokio Hotel: do not particularly miss this rendezvous on TV FUN!

Source:FUN TV

http://www.tvmag.com/article/documen...ur-fun-tv.html

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Av Ica - 29 maj 2008 18:36

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Av Ica - 29 maj 2008 18:27

Jan Westmark - Celebrity News Service

Los Angeles, CA (CNS) - Boys bands have often created hysteria among young girl fans, and the group Tokio Hotel is no exception. Now the Kaulitz twins, the 18-year-old members of the German glam pop quartet Tokio Hotel, are causing quite a commotion among the ladies.

In addition to the twins, the band is also made up of bassist Georg Listing, 20, and drummer Gustav Schafer, 19. So far the group has sold close to three million CDs and DVDs in their country, and are hoping to replicate their rabid fan base in the United States.

According to the Associated Press, the look of the Kaulitz twins is just as important as the sound of the band. Bill Kaulitz has adopted an 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. Bill is so thin that his on-stage appearance becomes almost one dimensional, adding to the cartoon-like appeal. Bill claims that his look is not anime from Japan, but more vampire from Transylvania.

Bill said he dressed as a vampire for Halloween when he was ten-years-old, and after that adopted the style 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 told the Associated Press in an interview at the Avalon Hollywood before going to the group's sold-out show in Los Angeles.

Tom Kaulitz, the older brother by ten minutes, 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 said. "We had sweat shirts with (the names) Bill and Tom so that teachers had a chance to know who's who."


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Av Ica - 28 maj 2008 22:28

BTW here are the pictures that go with the blog that was posted earlier today ;)


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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 ;)

Av Ica - 27 maj 2008 07:16

I saw this and i got really hurt ;(;(

Sry guys its in Swedish but their just saying how bad Tokio Hotel are =(=(=(


http://www.playahead.se/ztv/ztv_video.aspx?videoid=5XQ9aOwSp

Av Ica - 23 maj 2008 19:18

Sound Academy, Toronto - May 16, 2008
Live Review: Tokio Hotel in T.O
By JASON MACNEIL -- Special To Sun Media






TORONTO - German rock band Tokio Hotel can sell out arenas in their own back yard, but they're trying to get a foot in the door on this side of the pond.

Having all the rock star looks of lead singer Bill Kaulitz won't hurt either, even if a few of the songs during their hour-long set Friday night at Sound Academy sounded uber-average at best.

With a horde of tightly packed female teens filling up about a third of the venue's floor, Tokio Hotel played most of the songs from Scream, its debut English album featuring songs culled and translated from two previous German albums. Just think of them as doing their duty in tearing down global language barrier walls.

It's an ambitious idea that seemed to get off on the right foot as the curtain parted for Ready, Set, Go! Kaulitz, with his rather large, shocking hairstyle, tight-fitting attire and somewhat androgynous appearance, looks like Bjork if she ever survived electrocution.

Yet it's a mug probably plastering the bedroom walls or computer screens of most fans in attendance.

Still a bit hesitant at times speaking English and keeping the between-song banter to a minimum, Kaulitz took a bullhorn siren out for the title track which evoked, you guessed it, loud screams. The rather radio-friendly tune ended with a strong finish by drummer Gustav Schafer as bassist Georg Listing and guitarist (and twin brother) Tom Kaulitz paced the stage.
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Having cancelled the Toronto show earlier this year due to Bill Kaulitz undergoing surgery on his vocal chords, Tokio Hotel rolled through much of the songs from Scream as fans held up digital cameras and homemade signs. Two raggedy dolls were also held up resembling the Kaulitz brothers -- right down to the baseball cap and Rastafarian hairdo Tom sports.

But while the audience thought the band could do no wrong, the quartet sounded far more relaxed and tighter during the edgier Totgeliebt, the first number performed in German, which some of the audience knew.

Glad-handing those in the front and later tossing water on them to keep them refreshed, Kaulitz and company slowed things down with Monsoon, a lighter poppy-sounding number that seems to have the vocalist channeling the Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan's softer, earnest delivery.

After asking everyone to "make some noise" not once, not twice but three consecutive times, Kaulitz let his brother Tom steer the band through the heavier, guitar-fuelled Break Away and the moodier Black, which again slowed the pace down.

With a lone German flag waving, Tokio Hotel started wrapping things up only 10 songs in with the punk-ish Wo Sind Eure Hande (Raise Your Hands Together) that had the singer grinning throughout while the slow-building By Your Side closed the main set. The set length probably irked a few fans and some parents who expected a bit more bang for their buck.

Returning to the stage with three stools for the obligatory "unplugged" moment, Tokio Hotel ran through Rescue Me before diving into Durch Den Monsun, the German version of Monsoon which they played earlier. The German version came off about the same as the English version with Kaulitz encouraging the crowd to sing in his mother tongue.

Fortunately a second encore featuring a Latin version of Monsoon never came to pass.


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