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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:22

know it’s a though headline to read, but it’s true. Apparently Tobi was
telling people at the Sayreville concert, so an anonymous fan has
posted the information for us. VSD Hamburg were dropped as Tokio
Hotel’s security and a new company was hired to do the job. What’s most
startling is that, from what we know, it seems like Tokio Hotel made
the decision themselves, not management. Look below the break to find
out more.


Oookay, since Tobi was telling this fans in New Jersey, I guess I’m finally allowed to tell what I know too *hrhr*



Saki got fired. He’s not working for Tokio Hotel in any way anymore.



Tobi left VSD Hamburg, and now has a new contract with Tokio Hotel
themselves, and works for them now as Head of Security, but is not
related to VSD anymore (that’s also the reason he hasn’t worn the VSD
shirt since a while, obviously)


The tour management Four Artists is gonna take over the lead of
security. We don’t know yet how it’s gonna look like from now on.


"I guess it will either be local security at every gig from now on, or
Tobi will create a whole new security team on his own (which I hope)."


"Four artists" will be the new security team



source: http://tokiohotelnetwork.com/tokio-hotel-drops-vsd-hamburg/
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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:24

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP — All
Samantha Belbey wanted was a hug from the leader of her favorite
band, Tokio Hotel.






"I really wanted to meet them," said the 14-year-old, her eyes
still wet after being told by a security guard that she could not
hug Bill Kaulitz, the band's popular lead singer.

Belbey of Riverhead, N.Y., joined hundreds of adoring fans Friday
for an autograph signing with the band at the Hot Topic clothing
store in the Freehold Raceway Mall.

Tokio Hotel — which is causing a minor sensation in this
country after years of popularity in Germany — kicked off its
U.S. club tour Thursday with a sold-out performance at the Starland
Ballroom in Sayreville.

The band members already are major stars in Germany, where they
have sold close to 3 million CDs and DVDs and have earned
themselves four No. 1 singles and two No. 1 albums. They recently
released an album made up of tracks from their first two German
albums, re-recorded in English.

In a nod to their gaining popularity in this country, the video for
their single "Ready, Set, Go" was recently nominated for an MTV
Video Music Award.

The rockers were greeted Friday by long lines of mainly teenaged
girls decked out in a uniform of skin-tight jeans, studded belts
and brightly dyed hair.

Ashley Ankudovich and Leyna Andren, both 16-year-old Stafford
residents, were the first to arrive, just before 7 a.m., they said.
The mall opens at 10 a.m.

"They are the only (band) I want to ever meet," Ankudovich
gushed.

Both teens, like many others in the crowd, said they attended the
band's concert Thursday. But that wasn't enough for many,
apparently.

"Bill's voice is, like, so good," said Marissa Silverberg, 16, of
Manalapan, referring to Tokio Hotel's superskinny front man, Bill
Kaulitz, who usually sports an electrified shock of black hair and
enough eye shadow and eyeliner to make Motley Crue proud.

Silverberg went to the concert with John Pender, one of the few
male fans at the signing. Silverberg and Pender were each wearing
T-shirts emblazoned with the words "Tokio Hotel" as they waited in
line.

The band's music encourages listeners to be positive, said Pender,
16, of Manalapan.

"Whatever gets you down — there's always something good in
life to look forward to," Pender said.

Nicole Chis, 14, and Joy Mo, 13, of Highland Park came
prepared.

"Bill" and "Kaulitz" were written in black marker on Chis' arms.
And Mo came with a handmade sign that read "We Love Tokio Hotel" in
German, using the colors of the German flag — yellow, red and
black. On the back, she had recreated the German flag.

"We love Tokio Hotel. . . . Their music is really cool. It's, like,
really good," Chis said.

"I've never liked anybody so much," she added.

Zarina Montecinos, 14, likes the band so much that she and her
sister came from Fredericksburg, Va., to attend the concert and the
signing.

"I was, like, shocked," Montecinos said, still trying to catch her
breath after the bandmates signed a shirt for her.

"I just love the music," Montecinos said.

Her favorite is Bill Kaulitz, whose twin brother, Tom, plays guitar
for the band.

"I love his hair," she said, referring to Bill Kaulitz. "He's so
cute."

THANKS to SHARMINI (Officer)

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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:29

Musik News: Tokio Hotel, Lafee oder Justin Timberlake?
credit to SCHNEE!



http://www.poplexikon.com/news/tokio-hotel-lafee-oder-justin-timberlake-wer-ist-die-nummer-eins-bei-den-kids/22048





Tokio Hotel, LaFee oder Justin Timberlake? Wer ist auf dem Schulhof
angesagt? Wer macht das Rennen bei den jungen Zahnspangenträgern? Wer
schafft es in die Top Ten, wer ist die Nummer eins bei den Kids? Sonja
Zietlow gibt in "Die 10 größten Teenie-Stars" am Mittwoch, 13. August,
20.15 Uhr, die Antwort.



Tokio Hotel, LaFee or Justin
Timberlake? Who is on the school announced? Who does the race among
young Zahnspangenträgern? Who makes it into the Top Ten, who is number
one in the Kids? Sonja Zietlow there in "The 10 largest teen-Stars" on
Wednesday, 13 August, clock 20:15, the answer.




Tokyo hotel is currently the most successful German music export
product. The band consists of two twin brothers Bill and Tom Kaulitz,
Georg Listing and Gustav Schaefer. In August 2005 the four boys had
their breakthrough. With countless live shows Tokio Hotel enthusiastic
audiences throughout the country and played as a conclusion of the
festival season before 75,000 spectators. The then released number-one
hit "Through the Monsoon" was also an English version of an
international hit. In addition to the loyal German fans are especially
fans from Austria, France, Israel and the U.S. mad after the four boys
from Magdeburg. Tokyo hotel have sold 3.5 million sound recordings and
"Bambi" about the "Cometen" to "Golden tuning fork" all the major
German prices. Where the band lands in the ranking with Sonja Zietlow?



LaFee And how cuts in "The 10 largest teen-Stars"? LaFee (middle
name Christina Klein) was in the children's talent show "Kiddy Contest"
(ORF) was discovered. Since then, she could be a German pop and rock
singer a name. Their appearance was the largest so far on New Year's
Eve 2006 at the Brandenburg Gate. Your achieved several gold albums and
one platinum status. With several "Bravo-Otto" and "echoes", she is
considered to be one of the most successful teen singers Germany. A
concert in Paris in September 2007 was within two hours sold out. Power
LaFee the race?



Or admits Justin Timberlake? On the side of his future girlfriend
Britney Spears and music colleague, Christina Aguilera, he was already
as a child at the "Mickey Mouse Club" in front of the camera. After he
Boygroup N'Sync with the many charter result, he started a very
successful solo career. His first solo album, entitled "Justified" was
often excellent (six Grammys, an Emmy) and was successfully worldwide.
With the first single release "Cry Me A River" he succeeded the
international breakthrough as a solo artist. 2006 he impressed as an
actor in the film "Alpha Dog". Can he also Sonja Zietlow points?
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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:31

Tokio Hotel : Screaming in German for pretty boy emo heartthrobs



PREVIEW
When I think of German music, Kraut-rock innovators and industrial
metal gods usually come to mind. I always assumed Americans generated
enough angsty, guyliner-donning teenage emo superstars to go around,
but a quaint four-piece from Madgeburg, Germany, has proved me wrong.Tokio Hotel released their debut, Schrei (Universal), in their native Deutschland in 2005
three weeks after the lead vocalist's 16th birthday. Their first
single, "Durch den Monsun," instantly reached No. 1 on the German
charts, and the pubescent pretty boys were quickly propelled into
pan-European superstardom. The band's first tour sold out 43 venues in
Germany alone, followed by packed engagements across the continent.
Last year's performance in front of the Eiffel Tower drew 500,000 fans.
If you watch clips from that show on YouTube, be prepared for low audio
quality: it's hard to hear the music over all the fangirl screaming.After the success of their sophomore effort, 2007's Zimmer 483 (Universal), and various behind-the-scenes DVDs, Tokio Hotel had all of Europe on lock.


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Tokio Hotel révolutionnent les Etats-Unis !



Il a fallu seulement quelques mois pour que le groupe de rock le plus populaire en Europe, du nom de Tokio Hotel, s’attaque à l'Amérique entière. En effet, la chaîne de télévision MTV américaine a consacré une semaine entière pour que les Tokio Hotel présentent leurs clips, mais la meilleure chose qu’il leur soit arrivée c’est qu’ils au coude à coude avec Britney Spears et les Jonas Brothers pour décroché le titre du meilleur clip de l’année lors des Video Music Awards qui se dérouleront le 07 septembre prochain à Los Angeles, avec leur clip ‘Ready, Set, Go !’.


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America crazy about Tokio Hotel.

The guys
from Tokio Hotel are revolutionizing the United States.


The TV
channel MTV has dedicated a whole week for them showing their clips. Besides,
Bill and his companions will present some programs and will also sing live!
But the
best about all this is that Tokio Hotel has been nominated for the MTV Video
Music Awards in the category of the best video pop for their song “Ready, Set,
Go!”. It won’t be easy, though, as they will have many competitors like Britney
Spears with “Piece of me” and the Jonas Brothers with “Burnin’ up”. The prize
giving ceremony will take place in Los
Angeles on September 9th.
We wish
them a lot of luck.


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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:38

Kaulitz im Kindergarden

Von Susanne Amann, San Francisco

Scream!
Scream! Scream! Die Teenie-Band Tokio Hotel drängt auf den US-Markt,
tourt durchs Land - und beweist in einem legendären Club San Franciscos
vor allem eines: dass pubertäres Kreischen die einzig wahre Weltsprache
dieser Tage ist.


Das Flair hat sich gehalten, aller Veränderung zum Trotz. Die Gegend
rund um die Fillmore Street Ecke Geary ist immer noch ein wenig
schäbig. Dunkle Hauseingänge wechseln sich ab mit kleinen
heruntergekommenen Läden, Neonreklamen bewerben Fastfood-Restaurants,
vor denen Obdachlose um ein paar Cent für ein Bier betteln. Über allem
leuchtet ein einsamer, gelber Schriftzug von dem Gebäude mit der Nummer
1805 - "Fillmore".

Hier, im legendären Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, wurde der
Blues wiederentdeckt. Hier haben die Großen gespielt: B.B. King, The
Who, Santana, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Aretha Franklin und
viele mehr. Das allerdings ist lange vorbei, und jetzt treten hier jene
auf, die groß werden wollen.
Oder noch größer.
So wie Tokio Hotel, jene deutsche Teenie-Band aus der Nähe von
Magdeburg, die sich gerade anschickt, mit ihren ins Englisch
übersetzten Erfolgsmelodien die Herzen der US-Teenager zu erobern. Mit
eher schlichten Liedzeilen wie "Turn around, I am here" oder "We are
here tonight, leave the world aside" wollen sie Mädchen hier genauso
zum Kreischen bringen wie zu Hause.
Im Mai erreichte das erste englischsprachige Album "Scream" Platz fünf
der US-Rockcharts und brachte selbst das gediegene Musikmagazin
"Rolling Stone" ins Schwärmen: "Diese Typen sind die größte deutsche
Bubblegum-Neo-Glam-Goth-Emo-Boyband. Aller Zeiten." Das war nicht mal ironisch gemeint. Wirkliche Hilfe aber kam vom
Musiksender MTV, der nicht nur eine Fanwoche einlegte, sondern die
Hit-Single "Ready, set, go" auch gleich in zwei Kategorien für die MTV
Video Music Awards nominierte. Braucht man mehr, um Teenagerherzen
höher schlagen zu lassen?
Und so stehen die Fans an diesem Dienstagabend weit über die
nächsten Blocks hinaus in der Schlange, bis sie in kleinen Grüppchen
ins "Fillmore" gelassen werden, zum Konzert von Tokio Hotel.Ganz vorne in der Reihe steht Cathleen, die seit einer Woche in
einem Hostel um die Ecke ausgeharrt hat, um einen der besten Plätze zu
ergattern. "Ich habe die Band im Internet zum ersten Mal gehört, da
wusste ich gar nicht, dass sie aus Deutschland kommt", sagt die
15-Jährige. Nachgelesen hat sie das dann bei Wikipedia - und die Jungs
umso mehr ins Herz geschlossen: "Dass die in zwei Sprachen singen,
beeindruckt mich. Sie führen die Welt damit zusammen, und das ist gut",
sagt sie mit einer pathetischen Ernsthaftigkeit, die so gar nicht zu
ihrem Bekenntnis passt, "unsterblich in Bill verliebt" zu sein.
"San Francisco is beautiful"

Sänger Bill Kaulitz, 18, sehe aus wie eine japanische
Zeichentrick-Version von Christian Siriano - dem jüngsten Gewinner der
Talent-Show "Project Runaway", schrieb die "New York Times" im Februar.
Und fügte an, die US-Fans sollten bitte nicht für eine
"Goth-Punk-Boy-Band" durchdrehen, "angeführt von sexy Androgynen mit
spektakulär frisiertem Haar".
Warum eigentlich nicht? Immerhin bliebe es dann nicht mehr an Rammstein, das Deutschlandbild in den USA zu prägen.
Im Durchdrehen stehen die US-Fans den deutschen jedenfalls in nichts
nach. Als Tokio Hotel um kurz nach neun die Bühne betritt, bricht ein
ohrenbetäubendes Kreischkonzert los - als nähmen die Fans den
Albumtitel "Scream" wörtlich. Die Eltern, in nicht unbedeutender Anzahl
anwesend, wirken gequält und scheinen erst erleichtert, als ihre Kinder
dazu übergehen, jede Liedzeile mitzusingen.
Objekt der Hysterie ist - wie in Deutschland - Sänger Bill Kaulitz,
der die ersten drei Songs so routiniert wie wenig mitreißend
präsentiert. Erst nach dem dritten Lied begrüßt er das Publikum mit den
wenig einfallsreichen Sätzen "Hi everybody, how are you tonight?" und
"San Francisco is beautiful!"
Das bringt die Fans erneut zum Kreischen, zeigt aber auch, wie
ehrgeizig das Projekt der vier Jungs ist, in einer Sprache zu singen,
die nicht ihre Muttersprache ist.
Musik von Kindern für Kinder

Angeblich konnten sie bis vor einem Jahr noch nicht mal besonders gut
Englisch. Ihre Aussprache ist ziemlich hart, aus "eyes" wird "ice" -
aber die Fans scheinen das eher süß zu finden. Und nur darauf kommt es
ja an. Um Begeisterungsstürme auszulösen, reicht es sowieso, dass
Kaulitz sich ab und zu nach unten beugt und Hände berührt. Manchmal
streckt er sogar das Mikrofon ins Publikum, doch solche für größere
Hallen angelegten Gesten funktionieren im "Fillmore" nicht, dafür ist
der altehrwürdige Jazzclub zu intim.
Hier machen an diesem Abend einfach Kinder Musik für andere Kinder -
was ja nicht unbedingt schlecht ist, wenn Band und Fans damit glücklich
sind. Schade nur, dass weder die einen noch die anderen zu wissen
scheinen, wo sie sich gerade aufhalten.
Die Jungs hätten nur mit den Schultern gezuckt, als er sie darauf
aufmerksam gemacht habe, wo sie auftreten, sagt ein Mitglied der Crew.
Die meisten Fans bemerken die Hunderten Konzertplakate in den Vorräumen
des "Fillmore" nicht mal, die vier Jahrzehnte Musikgeschichte
repräsentieren.
Irgendwo dort wird bald auch eines von Tokio Hotel hängen, so will es die Tradition.
Nach knapp anderthalb Stunden ist das Konzert zu Ende. Ältere, die
noch andere Zeiten kannten, wundern sich. "So früh kann doch kein
Konzert zu Ende sein", knurrt der Taxifahrer. "Das war früher anders."
Vermutlich weiß er nicht, dass das Gesamtwerk von Tokio Hotel noch nicht wirklich für einen längeren Auftritt reicht.






















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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:39


Tokio Hotel @ Chicago- House of Blues

Breakout act brings the 'Monsoon' to Windy City

If you were walking around downtown Chicago on August 15, 2008 and you
walked past the House of Blues you would immediately notice all the
anxious Tokio Hotel fans waiting to enter the venue for the sold-out
concert. Once 7 o'clock hit, the fans started to quickly fill the venue
impatiently awaiting the four rockers.

The fans that were standing in the pit were packed together, doing
everything that they were capable of to get closer to the stage.
Whenever a new song would start playing through the loud speakers they
would grow silent to see if it were the first few chords to a Tokio
Hotel song. Every few minutes a few random screams would burst out of
the crowd, following a few dozen more. A couple of fans would start
chanting, "Tokio Hotel!", and a few seconds later the whole venue would
be chanting their names.

Once the black curtain fell and you were able to see the band, ear
piercing screams escaped the mouths of all the fans. Each side of the
stage there was something to keep the fans attention, so no one felt as
if they had a bad spot in the audience. Bill took up the center of the
stage, but would walk to both sides to make sure everyone was able to
have their share of this attention. Tom would stay on the left side of
the stage, but would often move by Bill and Georg. Georg stayed on the
right side of the stage, rarely moving around. Gustav was in the back

When Bill announced in the microphone that they will be singing their
hit song, Monsoon, the crowd's excitement was overwhelming. All the
cellphones were put up in the air, simutaneously moving from side to
side with the song. Bill's voice filled up the venue and you heard
various number of people whisper, "He sounds amazing in person, almost
better then the CD recording itself". While singing, Bill didn't fail
to connect with every fan in the venue. He looked at everyone, showed
his smile to every face, and made sure that you knew he was singing to
you at that moment. Bill teased the crowd by screaming, "Are you
ready?", continuously until he started to sing their single, Ready,
Set, Go! Towards the end of the performance, Bill thanked all the fans
of Chicago and promised that they will be coming back, which caused
another continuous stream of screams.

The band exited from the stage, but the fans wouldn't move. They
started chanting for them to come back and shortly, the band appeared
back onto the stage. They played another song and exited the stage once
more. A few people left after this, but 90% of the fans stayed there
chanting for more. Their desire for Tokio Hotel wasn't fullfilled yet.
Tokio Hotel entered the stage, for the final time of the night, to play
one last song. They played, Monsoon, yet again with the fans knowing
every word to the song and singing along. Once they finished the song,
they threw everything that they possibly were able to into the crowd,
from towels to water bottles to guitar picks. Bill, Tom, and Georg left
the stage, but Gustav stuck around a little longer throwing a few more
things into the crowd. He then thanked the crowd and also exited the
stage.

If you weren't a big Tokio Hotel fan coming into the concert, you
definitely left wanting more of their music. Overall, the concert is
full of energy and anyone would be able to enjoy themselves. The
audience at the concert was very diverse, from young teens to adults,
but everyone was enjoying themselves, no matter what age they were.


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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:39

If you’re going to San Francisco
Arndt Peltner berichtet aus den USA
Von Tokio Hotel und alten Männern
19. August 2008 von peltner


Arndt Peltner, est le correspondant allemand de NZ en Amérique




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Gleich vorweg zwei Sachen…boah, ich bin alt und mein Sohn (wenn ich einen hätte) würde nicht solche Haare haben….kleiner Scherz, aber die sind echt hoch die Haare.So, und nun zum Tokio Hotel Konzert in San Francisco am heutigen Abend. Die Jungs aus Magdeburg spielten im legendären Fillmore. An gleicher Stelle, wo schon alle namhaften Künstler des Musikbusiness live auf der Bühne standen…Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty…und nun hängt eben auch das Tourposter von Tokio Hotel an der bunten Wand.Und man muss sagen, Tokio Hotel haben den Laden ganz schön zum Wackeln gebracht. Schon Stunden vorher standen die zumeist jungen, weiblichen Fans in der Schlange und fieberten dem Auftritt entgegen. Bevor der Vorhang fiel, meinten die Roadies, sie müssten mal ein bisschen Aufklärungsarbeit in Sachen Rock einspielen und ballerten AC/DC und Aerosmith in den Raum. Doch das hätten sie sich sparen können, denn die vier Deutschrocker wissen ganz gut, was eine richtige Rockharke ist.Und dann war kein Halten mehr…vor der Bühne war der Teufel los. Dazu wildes und ohrenbetäubendes Gekreische…es ging los…und Tokio Hotel rockten den Saal. Die vier Magdeburger hatten ihr Publikum fest im Griff. Bis auf die Zugabe “Durch den Monsun” wurden alle Songs in Englisch gesungen. Der war auch schon im Programm in Englischer Sprache der Höhepunkt des Abends und wurde von einem kreischenden Mädchenchor begleitet.Die Show war perfekt, die Stimmung grandios und am Ende konnte man sagen, diese Promotion-Tour für Tokio Hotel geht voll auf. Sänger Bill kündigte schon mal von der Bühne aus an, dass die Band bald zurück in San Francisco sein wird. Und sogar ich, der mit AC/DC, Uriah Heep und Rainbow aufgewachsen bin, war am Ende von dieser jungen Band überzeugt, die wirklich eine Klasse Show im Fillmore abzogen.Vor dem Konzert hatte ich die Möglichkeit mit Tokio Hotel zu sprechen und es war eines der angenehmsten und für mich überraschendsten Interviews, die ich je führen konnte. Obwohl die vier allen Grund hätten, abgehoben und genervt von weiteren Journalistenfragen zu sein, waren sie freundlich, höflich und nett, sehr offen, ehrlich und auf dem Boden der Tatsachen. Aber, hören Sie selbst….




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MessageSujet: Re: [Presse Internationale] Articles Web   Jeu 1 Oct 2009 - 0:41

Tokio Hotel

So stark wird ihr neues Album


Bill sprudelt über vor neuen Ideen. Es wird richtig rockig...




Tokio Hotel wollen wieder ins Studio.
AP





Kreisch! Nix mit Ferien am Meer: Tokio Hotel tauchen nach ihrer
US-Tour ins Studio ab, um für ihr neues Album zu schuften, das Anfang
2009 erscheinen und noch rockiger werden soll.Für die
Magdeburger Jungs bleibt keine Zeit zum Ausruhen. Auf ihrer US-Tour
bringen sie gerade die Kids in Amerika wieder zum Kreischen. Und nach
der MTV-Awards-Verleihung in Los Angeles im September, wo sie neben
Britney Spears für das beste Video und als beste Newcomer nominiert
sind, geht es nach Hause und ins Studio.Material für das dritte
TH-Album gibt’s schon genug. "Bill kommt seit Monaten ständig mit neuen
Song-Ideen an", sagt ihr Manager David Jost. "Jede freie Minute nutzen
sie zum Lieder-Schreiben."Noch härter als die Vorgänger-Alben
soll die Platte werden, haben sich Tokio Hotel vorgenommen. "Wir werden
die Platte wieder auf Deutsch und Englisch aufnehmen", sagt Jost. Die
deutsche Version soll zwischen Januar und März 2009 erscheinen, etwas
später die englische in den USA. Jost: "Da sind aber auch paar deutsch
gesungene Songs drauf."Weihnachten soll alles fertig sein. Erst
dann dürfen Tokio Hotel Urlaub machen. Jost: "Wahrscheinlich fliegen
sie wieder auf irgendeine Postkarten-Insel." Die letzen Ferien
verbrachte die Band auf den Malediven.

Berliner Kurier, 22.08.2008

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http://www.viva.tv/Stars/NewsDetail/id/1659941


Tokio Hotel in San Francisco Flipbook


Am Dienstag haben Tokio Hotel im legendären Fillmore in San Francisco
gespielt. Wie sie dabei aussahen? - Seht selbst!



Fast jede Band von Weltruhm hat schon einmal die Bühne des Fillmore Clubs in San Franciso betreten.

Tokio Hotel können sich jetzt in die Reihe so
unsterblicher Namen wie Pink Floyd oder Led Zeppelin eingliedern. Wie
diese Rocklegenden standen sie jetzt auch auf den Brettern eines der
wichtigsten Rockclubs der Erde - dem Fillmore in San Franciso.

as scheint sie aber gar nicht aus der Bahn geworfen zu haben - auf den Bildern wirken sie cool wie eh und je! Schaut selbst, unten im Flipbook!


Tokio Hotel live in San Francisco

Tokio
Hotel sind weiter dabei, Amerika zu erobern. Auch das legendäre
Fillmore in San Francisco, in dem schon sämtliche Rockgrößen gespielt
hatten, war schnell in ihrer Hand. Hier seht ihr die besten Bilder vom
Auftritt!
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International superstars Tokio Hotel are taking the music world by
storm. After scoring four number one singles, two number one albums,
and selling nearly 3 million CDs and DVDs in their homeland, they’ve
become the biggest act to come out of Germany in 20 years. And to think
their first CD was recorded when the members were only 13 to
15-years-old. Breaking down cultural walls, the Tokio Hotel phenomenon
has crossed language barriers, causing a tornado-like frenzy in Spain,
Italy, Scandinavia, Russia and Israel. In Austria and Switzerland,
Tokio Hotel have gone four times Platinum and in France, they’ve had a
crowd of 500,000 chanting along to their songs in front of the Eiffel
Tower. One by one, European territories have seen the band graduating
from theaters to arenas in a matter of months. They sold out 43 venues
with more than 400,000 fans in their home country, having the most
successful debut tour ever in Germany.



Teenagers overseas cry at the mere glimpse of Bill Kaulitz, 18
(vocals), Bill’s twin brother Tom Kaulitz, 18 (guitar), Gustav Schäfer,
19, (drums) and Georg Listing, 20 (bass). Now with Tokio Hotel ready to
rock America, it’s only a matter of time before the hysteria follows
them stateside.



“It’s always been a dream of ours to make it in the States,” says
vocalist Bill Kaulitz, who sings in English for the first time on
Scream, the band’s U.S. debut. “We grew up listening to American bands
like Metallica, Green Day and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. We wanted to
get a chance to do what they do.”



When the band formed in Magdeburg, Germany, in 2001 (originally
under the name Devilish), they say they had no idea they’d go on to win
every prestigious German music award. “But there was never a plan B,”
explains Bill, “music is all we know.” Guitarist Tom added “Playing
live means everything to us. That’s how we started three years
ago…performing our songs in small clubs and bars – sometimes with only
five people in the audience. These days have changed completely. We
have sold out stadiums and the biggest venues you can get. This
unbelievable success is hard to grasp and every single day we are
grateful for it.”



With their US debut ready for release, listeners will get a chance
to hear how Tokio Hotel’s melodic brand of rock easily navigates
between headbanging guitars and power-packed anthems to mid-tempo pop
tracks and more introspective ballads. The one thing their diverse
songs all have in common? There’s always a message.



“Don’t Jump” is an anti-suicide song, telling the listener not to
give up on himself, while the guitar-heavy album-opener, “Scream,” is
about “saying what you want – or better yet, shouting it – to get your
point across,” explains Bill. The quiet but powerful “Rescue Me” is
about the helplessness you feel when a relationship crumbles before
your eyes, while the sweetly, slowed-down “Monsoon” is about going
through hardships with a best friend or soul-mate – withstanding
anything life can throw at you – and by facing adversity, overcoming it
to find a positive end.



“The lyrics are very important to us,” says Bill. “They help our
fans know where we’re coming from. The best part of being a musician is
being onstage and seeing a sea of people sing your lyrics-it’s a rush.”
Now, for the first time, they’ll be able to hear the songs sung back to
them in English. “It’s going to be a little crazy,” Bill admits. Though
the group learned to speak English in school, they still write songs in
their native German and then translate them into English.



Their first U.S. album is actually a combination of hits from their
two German albums – “Schrei (Scream),” and “Zimmer 483 (Room 483),” –
translated into English and re-recorded. Their first single in Germany,
“Durch den Monsun” (“Through the Monsoon”), went to number one in
August 2005 and “Rette Mich (Rescue Me)” also peaked at number one soon
after.



Their first single off their second album “Zimmer 483 (Room 483),”
called “Übers Ende der Welt (Ready Set Go),” was released in January
2007, and quickly reached number one as well. They now look to to keep
the streak alive in America.



“We think our music speaks for itself,” says Bill. “Of course, we
want to succeed, we want to prove it to ourselves, and to be honest, to
everyone else.”



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ABC News - Tokio Hotel: The Latest German Export

Tokio Hotel: The Latest German Export

Long-Haired Rockers Are the Antidote to the Jonas Brothers

By MONICA DE LA ROSA

Aug. 27, 2008


Move over Heidi Klum and Hugo Boss. The new ambassadors of German
popular culture have arrived in the United States, but they're not what
you'd expect.
This German band is gaining popularity in the United States.
Tokio Hotel may sound like a new Japanese resort, but it's actually
a group of four rocker guys whose singer is often mistaken for a girl
but is actually the identical twin of the dreadlock-haired guitarist.
Puzzled yet? The band scored two No. 1 albums in its native Germany,
and yet most of the band members aren't even old enough to legally
drink here.
Tokio Hotel's sharp rise to fame, from playing school concerts and
weddings a few years ago in its hometown of Magdeburg, a hundred miles
southwest of Berlin, to currently selling out venues in New Jersey, San
Francisco and Chicago, can arguably be seen as Internet-driven. The
band has amassed a frenzied fan base of mostly young women who take the
title of the band's first English album, "Scream," seriously -- by
doing just that at a mere glimpse of the band.
Wendy is a young fan from Brooklyn, N.Y., but jokingly claims, "Ich
bin ein Deutsch!" She thinks the band is "hot," but also found the
music to be so powerful it "can bring tears" to her eyes. "Tokio Hotel
ist der beste!," says Doris, 18, who says she is learning German
because of her interest in the band.

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Tokio Hotel brings its teen angst to Houston


German band Tokio Hotel has become an angsty, international teen
sensation largely because of androgynous, 18-year-old singer Bill
Kaulitz, whose image — equal parts Joan Jett, '80s-era Cher and
waif-thin emo pinup — and shy demeanor have made him an unlikely
heartthrob. The group's English-language debut,
Scream, was released in May and has endeared the band to the TRL set.
Kaulitz and his Hotel crew, including twin brother Tom, are
already superstars overseas. The band has sold more than 5 million
albums of restless youthful anthems throughout Europe. Tokio Hotel is
up for best new artist and best pop video at next month's MTV Video
Music Awards, a sure sign of impending teen domination. Kaulitz
recently talked with the Chronicle's Joey Guerra about those
nominations and dished on Texas and the Jonas Brothers:

Q: What are your impressions of the U.S. as you've been touring?
A: It's been a really amazing trip so far. We'd
only played in New York and L.A., but to travel the country and meet
fans all over is really amazing. Chicago is great, and Las Vegas is
just overwhelming.

Q: What are you expecting from Texas? Be honest.
A: We've never been here before, and we're just
excited to see another part of the States. As far as we know, Texas is
the land of oil, horses, cowboys and big barbecues.

Q: Are there differences between U.S. and European fans?
A: You can't differ concerning the country. All
fans are really, individually different. But what they all share is
that excitement, that energy, how they go wild and crazy and how they
celebrate at our shows. We love that.

Q: What are some must-have items while you're on the road?
A: I have 10 bags with me on the road, and I need
them all. No joke. And I need my mobile and my laptop to stay in touch
with friends and my family.

Q: What's the story behind your personal style?
A: Tom and I used to look exactly the same until we
were 6 and developed individually from there. It all started with a
Halloween party to which I went as a vampire. I liked the look, and
everything took off from there.

Q: How long does it take you to get ready?
A: Not as long as everybody imagines. For
everything — taking a shower, brushing teeth, getting dressed — I'd
probably need 45 minutes.

Q: Tokio Hotel gets lots of comparisons to the Jonas Brothers. Have you heard their new disc?
A: We haven't heard it yet. But we have heard a lot about them. They just went to Europe. Their success is really awesome.

Q: At next month's MTV Video Music Awards, you're up for best new artist, a category in which you're the only male act.
A: All I can say is we are so excited to be
nominated at all. This is something we wouldn't even dare to dream of.
I mean, we are a German band nominated twice for the MTV Video Music
Awards. Come on. I think we have no chance, but being there is just amazing.

Q: What's the most surprising song we'd find on your iPod?
A: Mmmm — I only have good music on my iPod.
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http://buzzworthy.mtv.com/2008/08/28/2008-vma-vip-guest-list-tokio-hotel-to-appear-at-the-vmas-whats-german-for-freak-out-mode/





2008 VMA VIP Guest List: Tokio Hotel To Appear At The VMAs! (What’s German For ‘Freak-Out Mode’?)

Published by Tamar Anitai on Thursday, August 28, 2008 at 1:37 pm.





Once again, MTV has intercepted your
direct-to-Kaulitz prayer hotline and fulfilled your desires: Tokio
Hotel will attend the 2008 VMAs, which is convenient because they’re
nominated for Best New Artist and Best Pop Video.



How huge will Bill’s hair get? Will Tom drop more hilariously
inappropriate one-liners about making “big business in the toilet” or
the status of the rest of the band’s virginity? (I HOPE SO!)



Will the last remaining old-guard Jonas Brothers versus Tokio Hotel
fans drop the hate and learn to appreciate? Or is the feud finally
over?



Watch Tokio Hotel on Sunday, September 7 and see.



Until then, check out this exclusive Tokio Hotel interview to see
TH discuss cuckoo fans, meeting chicks, and virginity (again, thanks
Tom). And if you haven’t been paying attention, this post has pretty
much become MTV Tokio Hotel headquarter

video de l'interviews: http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=TtVuiQjbQpA (je la met ds la parti video car il me semble qu'on la déjà vu)
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Tonight: Tokio Hotel at Verizon Wireless Theater

http://blogs.houstonpress.com/rocks/...at_verizon.php

What
if Rammstein were an emo band? Chances are if you've got a tween in
your household, especially one that sprechens the Deutsch, you already
know. That would be Tokio Hotel, the quartet of German jugend that has
sold more than five million albums in its native Deutschland and, this
year's English-language debut Scream (Interscope) - aka Schrei - in
tow, has set its sights on the States.

Formed in 2001 in
Magdeburg - capital of the north-central German state of Saxony-Anhalt,
noted for its cathedral (of course) and being one of Martin Luther's
early "Reformation" tour stops; composer Georg Phillip Telemann was
born there - Tokio Hotel is like Kraftwerk with more acoustic guitars
and a lot more eyeliner. Actually, that's not true, but AFI fans and
weirdos who enjoy watching MTV Europe on the satellite dish will think
they're a hoot. - Chris Gray

8 p.m. tonight at Verizon Wireless Theater, 520 Texas (Bayou Place), 713-230-1600.

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http://www.artshound.com/?app=eventDetail&id=14023


Tokio Hotel
Verizon Wireless Theater
August 28, 2008

Verizon Wireless Theater presents Tokio Hotel.



TOKIO
HOTEL are Bill Kaulitz (vocals) & Tom Kaulitz (guitar), Georg
Listing (bass) and Gustav Schafer (drums), and their story reads like
the script for a blockbuster movie...

'... A band from a town in
East Germany become the biggest stars of the past 20 years in their
native country, charting records at No. 1, playing to ten or twenty
thousand each night and being feted with every German industry award.

Before
long, the four musicians are travelling farther afield, and demand is
growing fast - not just from an increasingly manic fanbase, but from
the mass media too. Much attention is focussed on the frontman and the
guitarist - identical twin brothers with a potent `fight for your
dreams´ philosophy.
The former is a striking, androgynous-looking
performer, pierced & tattooed, an artist effortlessly able to drive
his followers into a frenzy, whilst the latter cuts a distinctive dash
of his own.
They record & release two full albums of memorable
guitar-driven anthems, complete with German lyrics, and Tokio Fever
rages out of control...'

You can already hear the cameras starting to roll, except...

The
script would have to include the fact that two of the TH members were
just 13 years old when they made their first record, and they are still
all under 21 today. So no-one would believe it. No way. Next!
ACTUALLY,
NOT only is the above synopsis free from artistic licence, but if
anything it underplays the impact the band have made on a German market
where `Tokio Fever´ is now an epidemic…

Since signing with
Universal in May 2005, TH have sold approaching three million records
& DVDs in Germany alone, making them the country´s most successful
band, with a host of domestic awards jostling for space in the
collective cabinet (nine platinum/four gold, at last count, plus an
additional four platinum awards for sales in Austria &
Switzerland). And they played the most successful debut live tour EVER
to grace German stages.

The two TH albums – 2005´s `Schrei´
(`Scream´) and follow-up `Zimmer 483´ (`Room 483´) – have both topped
the charts at home, spawning four No.1 singles, and in the case of the
former, staying on those charts for 66 unbroken weeks.
Meanwhile,
the first leg of the European stadium tour in support of `Zimmer…´
(April 3rd - May 14th) saw the group playing in front of young crowds
six to twenty thousand strong. All going mad. All of the time.
Something underlined in the reddest possible ink by the `Schrei-Live´
DVD, issued in 2006, which has now sold approximately 100,000 copies in
Germany, pushing total DVD sales for TH to the quarter million mark...
And
just to make the `script´ even more improbable, all of the above (and
more!) has been achieved in less than two years – although the speed of
this breakthrough should in no way imply either fast-tracking or
favoritism. In the world of TH, dues have very much been paid...
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http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/ent/stories/DN-tokiohotel_0829gl.ART.State.Edition1.4e2256c.html



After a wait, Tokio Hotel gives young fans what they want



12:00 AM CDT on Friday, August 29, 2008



By MIKE DANIEL / The Dallas Morning News

mdaniel@dallasnews.com



Waiting is sometimes a risky game, particularly for attention-deficient 14-year-olds.



Stylish emo-rock quartet Tokio Hotel knows this. But it's stirred up so
much glamorous glee in its native Germany, where it now holds the
record for the fastest-selling album in German pop history. And on the
U.S. coasts, hundreds of young teens waited outdoors for hours before
shows in New York and LA in the spring.



Now, waiting is merely a way to tease.





CHRIS PIZZELLO/The Associated Press

Tokio Hotel: (from left) Tom Kaulitz, Gustav Schafer, Bill Kaulitz and Georg Listing.






So for its first full U.S. tour, which stopped at House of Blues on
Tuesday, there are no openers: just a black stage-shrouding banner,
splattered with the group's logo, translucent enough to trigger New
Kids on the Block-like shrieks with any movement behind it.



Showtime was advertised at 8 p.m. sharp. That was false
advertising. The act didn't go on until 9:17. During the 77-minute
wait, the 500 or so that gathered – not even a third of the way to a
sellout at HOB – started to buzz appreciably. But in the meantime, the
merchandising booth action died, and the parents shuffled around with
one eye on the offspring and the other on the bar.



When that banner dropped with a sudden flourish, two things became
plain: why Tokio Hotel has become a goth-pop sensation, and how narrow
its window of opportunity is.



Much has been made of singer Bill Kaulitz's shock-straightened mane
(now entirely black) and androgyny. But the 18-year-old has a weak and
breathy voice with little range; both he and his contrapuntal twin bro,
dreadlocked guitarist Tom, were hesitant and contrived performers with
little physical honesty. The music – like the look, essentially a cross
between Jonas Brothers and A.F.I. – is similarly safe with a couple of
structural exceptions.



That's all fine for this crowd, several of whom declared this one
of their first concerts. But you have to wonder what's next for Tokio
Hotel, since it can't mask itself behind an LED panel, great gear and
under-experienced fans forever.
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source: http://senderodelpeje.com/sdp/contenido/2008/08/29/28953

Provoca banda alemana Tokio Hotel lágrimas y alegría entre mexicanos.* Ofrecerá concierto este sábado como parte de la promoción













México, 29 Ago (Notimex).- Con una ovación y lágrimas de emoción, la
agrupación Tokio Hotel fue recibida por sus seguidores mexicanos,
durante una firma de autógrafos realizada en una plaza comercial en el
sur de la ciudad.
Ni
la larga espera impidió que más de dos mil 600 jóvenes dieran la
bienvenida a la banda alemana, en su primera visita a México donde sólo
permanecerán por un día más.
A pesar de la larga fila, el cansancio
y la lluvia, los admiradores de la agrupación no desistieron en su
intento por compartir este momento, donde las lágrimas y la alegría se
reflejaban en los rostros de las jovencitas que no daban crédito de
estar junto a sus ídolos.
Algunas seguidoras, luego de recibir la
rúbrica, rompían desconsoladas en llanto, asegurando que la firma
estampada en sus discos eran su mayor tesoro.
Durante la espera los
seguidores coreaban los temas de la banda que se escuchaban por el
sonido local del establecimiento, donde también decenas de curiosos
observaban a las jovencitas, quienes desesperadas besaban y entregaban
algunos regalos a los alemanes.
Globos, muñecos y algunas cartas,
fueron parte de los obsequios que recibieron los artistas, quienes
promocionan en México su álbum "Scream".
Según datos de los
organizadores, solamente dos mil jóvenes recibirían la rúbrica de Tokio
Hotel, ya que la promoción señalaba que ese número de copias vendidas
tendrían derecho a la firma.
La mayoría de los adolescentes,
oscilaba entre 15 y 18 años, sin embargo, no faltaron los padres de
familia quienes perdieron la pena y subieron al templete para saludar y
recibir la rúbrica de Tokio Hotel.
Luego de su presentación este
sábado en un concierto organizado por una estación de radio viajarán a
Los Angeles, California, para seguir con sus compromisos de trabajo.
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Se presentará Tokio Hotel en el Palacio de los Deportes

Organización Editorial Mexicana

30 de agosto de 2008


Edith Rodríguez/El Sol de México

Ciudad
de México.- Tal como lo adelantó El Sol de México, Tokio Hotel se
encuentra en nuestro país, en donde no sólo ofreció una firma de
autógrafos sino también podrá consentir a sus fans cantando en el
Palacio de los Deportes, al cual fueron invitados por parte de una
estación de radio.

Este concierto masivo se realizará hoy y
ellos son una de las agrupaciones más esperadas por los fanáticos.
Incluso los clubes de fans ya se pusieron de acuerdo, por medio de la
página de internet, para asistir al evento y demostrarles todo su
cariño; tal vez así puedan convencerlos de regresar y de ofrecer una
presentación en solitario.

Cabe mencionar que estos jóvenes
viajaron a este país gracias al apoyo incondicional de sus seguidores,
quienes por medio de la red los incitaban a viajar hasta tierras
aztecas. Tal ha sido el furor por este grupo alemán que en la edición
más reciente de la revista Hola, las mujeres latinas eligieron a Billy
Kaulitz, vocalista de Tokio Hotel, como el cantante más popular y más
guapo, ganándole a estrellas de la talla de Alejandro Fernández, Juanes
y David Bustamante.

Cabe mencionar que estos jóvenes viajaron a México gracias al apoyo incondicional de sus seguidores. Foto: Agencias

source: http://www.oem.com.mx/diariodexalapa/notas/n833240.htm
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source: porti.com.mx





29-08-2008
¡Bill es el más hot!


El frontman de Tokio Hotel ganó el premio al cantante más hot en el escenario
en una encuesta realizada por la revista ¡HOLA! en su página web.
16,483 fans votaron por él, poniéndolo a la cabeza de la lista. Él
superó al segundo lugar (David Bustamante) ¡por más de 40 mil votos!
Chicas, tenemos suerte, ¡porque Bill está en México! No olvides ir a la
firma de autógrafos de TH hoy a las 7 pm en Mixup Cuicuilco. ¡Ya
queremos verlo en persona!




TRADUCTION :


Le leader de Tokio Hotel à gagné le prix du chanteur le plus sexy (hot) dans un concour sur le net réalisé par le journal HOLA ! 16'483 fans ont voté pour lui le placant en tête de la liste.
Il devance le second (David Bustamante) de plus de 40 milles votes !
Les filles nous avons de la chance parceque Bill est au mexique en actuellement ! N'oubliez pas de vous rendre à la séance de dédicaces de TH aujourd'hui à 19h à Mixup Cuicuilco. Vous pourrez le voir en personne !



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source: Esmas.com



Tokio Hotel will return to Mexico



Mexico City, Mexico, AUG 30, 2008 .- Tokio hotel is in Mexico to
promote their recent album Scream, during their visit, they held a
press conference, where they talked about their upcoming plans,
including their participation in the MTV Latin America awards, about
which the band commented that "We don’t know yet what I'll do, it will
be a performance, we are thinking how it’ll be, we can’t tell you, it’s
a great opportunity and we are really excited," added Tom and Bill.


The band said they still don’t know when they’ll return to Mexico to
make full concerts in some important venue of the country, but they
hope it will be soon.


"Of course we will return to Mexico, in our next tour we are going to come here, that’s for sure," added the singer.



They said they’re not of plans nor of thinking about the future,
because "to some extent it’s true that there aren’t any scheduled dates
to return, for now we are happy to be here, when we leave we’ll plan to
return, our schedule is collapsed, we don’t even know when we’ll return
home, but yes we will return and soon”, said the Twins.


Unlike other german bands such as The Scorpions, that have a cold
treatment with their Latino fans, Tokio Hotel, during their visit to
the Aztec land has been a warm band with their Mexican fans.


"We greet all because we are pleased to be here, we love it, we that
come from a German city, of course we can't feel other than a good mood
and be happy to be here", said Tom.


Bill, Tom, Georg and Gustav, members of Tokio Hotel, yesterday gave a
signing session, in the north of Mexico City, where thousands of fans
gathered. However, not everyone could enjoy the presence of the German
band, remaining outside of the record store, this will be rewarded next
week, with the delivery of the signed covers that failed.


"We feel very well, we didn’t expect so many people gathered, it was a
surprise for us. But we’ll try to compensate those who couldn’t get an
autograph, then, as it wasn’t our fault, we wanted to remain more time
untill we finished our commitment to all the fans, but the record
company asked us to leave for security concerns", said Bill.


The label to this comment added that "a lot of people who remained
without their autographs left their covers and we gave them to the
personal manager to be signed and they’ll do it this week, for that the
people left their name and they’ll be delivered these covers already
signed".


Their unique styles



They left it clear that their music is for everybody that wants to
listen, since they don’t have any kind of message addressed to someone
in particular, all the lyrics of their recent album Scream, are totally
different.


"Actually we have no message that we want to transmit to young people,
if they pay attention to the songs they are all very different, dealing
with different topics. What we want is that our fans like it and have
fun with what we do; we love making music and we just want to share
it”, said Bill.


Another of the peculiar characteristics of the band, is their style the
way of dressing and hairstyle, especially the vocalist, Bill, who was
questioned about his appearance and in who had he based it, answered
that "originated at a disguise party , during halloween, I was eight or
nine years, and I was disguised as a vampire and I liked a lot, and
then I started to use black make up, has to do with my personality and
I like it”.


Finally, commented the reason why they decided to record an album in
English, Scream, after two albums released in their mother language,
German, it was for the simple pleasure of experiencing another
language.


Tonight they performed at the Palacio de los Deportes, as part of a radio event.
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source: Senderodelpeje.com



Tokio Hotel enjoys the warmth provided by the Mexican audience.



Mexico, 30 Aug (AFP) .- Having enjoyed the warmth of the public during
their first visit to Mexico, the German band Tokio Hotel already
prepares their return for October, as part of their participation in
the MTV Latin awards.

In a press conference, the band formed by Bill, Tom, Gustav and
Georg, talked about the great welcoming response from the public during
an autograph signing made in a square located in the south of the city,
where they regretted that around 800 youngs couldn’t get their
autograph.
Bill, the band’s vocalist, said they had understood that only had been
left 50 youngs, nevertheless, they will try to amend this by signing
some covers of those who left them and then send them in return.

On the other hand, the Germans, who arrived to the meeting with
the media greeting in Spanish, said that this visit is the beginning of
the close relationship they’ll have with Mexico, because they never
imagined that their fans would react so warmly in seeing them.

"It was very exciting and we had no fear, because the more they
screamed, that to us as a band, fills us with energy," said the
vocalist, who was visibly happy, and repeated that their enthusiasm was
due to the welcome they received.
About the possibility of given concerts in this city, the Germans
pointed out that for now they don’t have an exact date, however, all
they have concrete yet is their participation in the MTV Latin awards,
to be held next October.

They said they’ll give a short performance about which they didn’t
give any details, because they are still in the planning phase, as they
want it to be something very special for their public. "I never
imagined the popularity we have in this country, where we can assure
that we’ll return very soon".

When asked if they were ambassadors or representatives from their
country’s youth on musical matters , they said they couldn’t accept
this kind of attribute, since they don’t know if other German bands are
following their music like them, or some movement with this kind of
influences.

They stressed that after their visit to Mexico they’ll continue
with the extensive tour to promote their album "Scream", which has been
placed rapidly in our country in the first places of popularity.

Another of the questions for the youth band, was why they sing in
English and German, to which they answered their lyrics are thought in
their native language, however, they wished that these didn’t stay only
at a local level, so they seeked to also write them in english, in
order to make their musical proposal known.
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Monday, September 1st 2008Birthday Sluts











Bill Kaulitz (19)
Tom Kaulitz (19)
Scott Speedman (33)
Melissa George (34)
Tempestt Bledsoe (36)
Padma Lakshmi (38)
Ricardo Chavira (37)
Gloria Estefan (51)
Dr. Phil (58)
Barry Gibb (62)
Lily Tomlin (69)
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Haftstrafe
Sex-Falle mit Tokio-Bill schnappt zu




Olten – Er versprach ihr die Erfüllung ihres großen Teenie-Traumes: ein Treffen mit dem angebeteten Star Bill Kaulitz. Und nutzte das Opfer gnadenlos für perverse Sex-Spiele aus. Hans I., ein gescheiterter Fotograf und Autohändler aus dem Schweizer Kanton Solothurn.
Galerie







Mit Tokio Hotel in die Sex-Falle gelockt: Der 58-Jährige, vorbestraft wegen Betrügereien, hatte durch eine Anzeige erfahren, dass die Gymnasiastin alles rund um die deutsche Weltstar-Band („Schrei“) sammelt. Er rief die damals 16-Jährige an. Er versprach ihr, er könne Bill Kaulitz (wird Montag 19) zu einem Treffen mit ihr bewegen und Konzertkarten besorgen. Dabei hatte er keinerlei Kontakt zur erfolgreichsten Popgruppe Deutschlands.

Sabrina (Name geändert) war damals in einer schwierigen Lebenssituation, gerade bei einer Pflegefamilie eingezogen, hatte die Schullaufbahn unterbrochen. „Die Band war so was wie mein Zufluchtsort, meine Traumwelt“, so Sabrina vorm Amtsgericht Olten. Hans I. merkte das und nutzte es gnadenlos aus.

Erst forderte er das Mädchen auf, für ihn am Telefon zu stöhnen, damit er Bill sagen könne, wie „gut“ sie dabei sei. Später nahm er sie mit in ein Hotel.

An ihrem 16. Geburtstag musste sie ihn befriedigen. Damit das Treffen mit Bill zustande kommt, sollte sie 2200 Schweizer Franken (ca 1400 Euro) besorgen – angebliche Reisekosten für Bill.

Damit sie dieses Geld erwirtschaftet, schickte er sie auf den Straßenstrich. Dreimal verging sich Hans I. selbst an ihr. Schließlich fasste Sabrina Mut, zeigte ihn an.

Vor Gericht gibt sich der Angeklagte unschuldig. Heuchelt wahre Liebe, er habe mit dem Opfer ein Kind gewollt. Unfassbar für sein Opfer.

Das Gericht glaubt ihm kein Wort. Urteil: drei Jahre und acht Monate Gefängnis wegen mehrfachen sexuellen Missbrauchs Minderjähriger und Förderung der Prostitution.

Source http://www.express.de/nachrichten/news/promis/sex-falle-mit-tokio-bill-schnappt-zu_artikel_1218352833933.html
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Tokio-Hotel-Zwillinge sind jetzt 19

So süß waren Tom & Bill Kaulitz mit 6 Jahren




Von niedlichen Knirpsen zu schrillen Bühnen-Rockern! Happy Birthday, Bill und Tom Kaulitz! Die Zwillinge von „Tokio Hotel“ feierten am 1. September in Mexiko ihren 19. Geburtstag.
Dort geben die Rockstars nach Beendigung ihrer US-Tournee gerade Interviews.Unglaublich,
wie sich die beiden Brüder im Laufe der Zeit verändert haben!Noch Mitte
der 90er waren Bill und Tom süße Jungs, die brav mit ihren
Altersgenossen in den Kindergarten gingen. Das
Foto oben entstand 1995. Die Zwillinge waren sechs Jahre alt – und
Mitglieder der Rumpelstilzchen-Gruppe in einem Kindergarten bei
Langenhagen/Hannover. Ganz schön süß, die kleinen Stars!
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