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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Afghanistan (2:59)
2. Dahoam (3:32)
3. I Wach Auf In Da Fria (3:45)
4. Oaschichtiga Mo (4:29)
5. Nixn Bluus (5:38)
6. Klaubauf (4:47)
7. Damerl (6:50)
8. I Woas Ned Wose Doa Soi (3:46)
9. Minga Bluus (14:09)

Total Time: 49:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Carl-Ludwig Reichert / lead vocals, guitar
- Till Obermaier-Kotzschmar / lead vocals, guitar, dulcimer, lap-steel, shenai
- Jan Dosch / guitar, bass
- Ulli Bassenge / bass, organ
- Anton Seutter / guitar
- Roland Duckarm / drums

Guest musicians:
- Pit Holzapfel / trombone (9)
- Williams Fandrich / guitar solo (6)

Releases information

CD Release Schneeball 402 4569 3034 2 (2004)

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