On the same year, the band released its first demo Post-technik. In 2004 Cem Şimşek and Üner Altay joined the band and their self-titled second demo DDR was released. Soon after, DDR was reproduced by the Slusaj Najglasnije! record company in Croatia. Cem Şimşek left the group for military service causing Üner Altay to take the guitar and the accession of Murat Babalık.
Bora Şimşek joined the group after the departure of Üner Altay. Describing their music as dark, cyclic, often atonal and beyond common forms of songwriting, DDR have completed a third demo produced by Barkın Engin and Selçuk Artut of the Replikas fame. They performed at Radar Live 2007 and their song Meinhof appeared in the compilation "Vol.1 - Alternative-Rock from Turkey" published by Voltaj (Doublemoon) Records in October, 2007. DDR is getting ready to release their first album in fall 2009. Their demos so far can be downloaded at their offical website; http://www.dogualmanya.net 3.
DDR is the alias of Dave Lalouche, London acid techno pioneer. A central player on the UK free party sound system scene, DDR got involved with acid luminaries the Liberator DJ's and Choci in the early 1990's and played a key role, through both production and engineering, in the development of underground acid labels like Stay Up Forever, Choci's Chewns, and Smitten. He's now married and living in the United States. 4. Disko Democratic Republic (as in Disko Bay in West Greenland) is a greenlandic rock band, known as DDR.
They've published two albums so far, their second one, Kaar! (2004) being much more professional and a massive hit in their native Greenland. The lyrics are all in Greenlandic, but conveniently english translations are come with the CD. Subjects range from arctic depression to rioting dancefloors at concerts. 5. DDR is a Norwegian band that made their first mark on the music-world by taking DDE-songs and giving them a metal/rock treatment and make it sound East German (DDR).
Their second mark was when they, on their second album "Norwegische Superknuller", among others covered the Gry Jannicke Jarlum song "svake mennesker" (schwache menschen), got sued and had to withdraw the album from music stores. 6. "Diritto Di Rivolta" (DDR) is a punk rock band from Florence, Italy. 7. DDR is a swedish synthpop band from Mariestad made up pf J. Gamalielsson and M.
Johansson. They play minimalist electronic pop in the tradition of Kraftwerk but with a contemporary attitude. They have released one album and had a minor hit with "Le Corbusier". They have an official album page at Kristinebergsgatan9.se 8.
DDR is also an abbreviation for a japanese dancegame console Dance Dance Revolution" with a soundtrack from several original and popular artists. Check Musicbrainz or Zenius-i-Vanisher and select "View All Songs" from the drop-down menu to fix your artist tags. 9. Furthermore it can be music from the "Deutsche Demokratische Republik" (German Democratic Republic). Read more on Last.fm.
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