yeahyeahyeah youknow juno, it's the german beatles again, the beatles in germany again, the beatles tearing down the wall, motherfuckers. when in 1989 and 1990 the german democratic republic aka ddr ceased to exist and the gates were tumbling down, some of the eastgerman punk bands recognized and reconfessed the great influence that john lennon and the beatles had had on their long struggle tearing down a stalinistic social order to find out new emancipated (which means: "look! no hands! holding me down!") ways of interacting in a new society. unfortunately these experimental drop-outs were stopped in 1990 when the gdr became part of a greater germany, but a breeze of a new air and a new era was still there. and coumpletely ignoring the capitalistic means of production they were hiding and sometimes losing themtheirselves in rather obscure music. but is this and that not exactly and precisely what we all are doing any day? yes, it is; and no, it is not, and so on and so on.
so listen to all the fun they had, and listen to them fail and break down. this is a blueprint for all this brexit and trump shit lifting its ugly head. do not wait and waist time while they smother you et cetera et cetera. more information on the artists involved can be fond on discogs; but right here you can listen to drive my car and revolution no. 89 directly in your browser. cerebrating the eggman; that's it.
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