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Label:
  Island - http://www.islandrecords.com/
Serial:
  06024 9866135
Title:
  Rosenstolz: Herz
Description:
  "Herz"

Rosenstolz
Track listing:
  1. Willkommen
2. Liebe ist Alles
3. Ausgesperrt
4. Eine Frage des Lichts
5. Das gelbe Monster
6. Die Liebe ist tot
7. Ich will mich verlieben
8. In den Sand gesetzt
9. Ich komm an dir nicht weiter
10. Das Beste im Leben
11. Gib mir mehr Himmel
12. Augenblick (Dezember)
Genre:
  Pop/Rock
Content:
  Stereo/Multichannel
Media:
  Hybrid
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Review by racerguy October 23, 2004 (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:
Rosenstolz is a German pop band from Berlin. "Herz" (Heart) is their latest (2004) release in a string of albums and singles stretching back to 1992. They sing in German only, so they are not well-known outside of German-speaking countries. In German-speaking countries they have been quite popular over the years, with several big hits.

Rosenstolz has changed their sound and approach to music a number of times, and "Herz" represents a distinct departure from their previous release, "Macht Liebe." "Macht Liebe" was a dance-pop oriented album, whereas "Herz" is more ballad-focused.

If you do not understand at least some German, this album, with its emphasis on lyrics, will probably not be to your taste. It is well-produced though, and the female vocals fit well into the high-resolution SA-CD presentation.

"Herz" is yet another Universal SA-CD. I sincerely hope that Universal will continue to bring us new SA-CD releases in genres other than classical or jazz. "Herz" represents a positive step in that direction.

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