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Eins, Zwo

Eins, Zwo

Eins, Zwo


Eins Zwo was a german Hip Hop group from Hamburg. They consist of DJ Rabauke (Thomas Jensen), a former tour-DJ of “Fettes Brot” and Dendeman (Daniel Ebel). In 1997 they accompanied “5 Sterne Deluxe” with a short tour and spread thereby their Sport Demotape.In 1998 The EP Sport was published in revised form, country-wide and got a good reputation quickly. In 1999 their first Longplayer “Gefährliches Halbwissen” was released, which contained a very special and new sstyle of cuts and scratches. Read more on Last.fm
Eins Zwo was a german Hip Hop group from Hamburg. They consist of DJ Rabauke (Thomas Jensen), a former tour-DJ of “Fettes Brot” and Dendeman (Daniel Ebel). In 1997 they accompanied “5 Sterne Deluxe” with a short tour and spread thereby their Sport Demotape.In 1998 The EP Sport was published in revised form, country-wide and got a good reputation quickly. In 1999 their first Longplayer “Gefährliches Halbwissen” was released, which contained a very special and new sstyle of cuts and scratches. The word art of Dende, which was to be already heard on the EP, became by this album the brand name that band. Also the album “Zwei”, which appeared 2001, held the high level in text, technology and music, but had however no longer such an effect as the debut album.

With the complex “Discjockey-EP” the duo left the stage. Since 2003 the two go separate ways. Dendemann published the EP “DasSchweigenDilemma” in the autumn 2003 and in September 2006 the LP “Die Pfütze des Eisbergs”. DJ Rabauke is at present active as DJ in the House scene and presented among other things on the Melt!-festival. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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