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Broilers – Lofi (2020) Vinyl Album LP

Band: Broilers

Album: Lofi

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Ska Oi

Label: DSS Records

Release Country: Austria

Record Type: 15 Tracks Vinyl Album LP


In 1992 Sammy Amara and Andi Brügge founded a Punkrock band in Düsseldorf, Germany. Two years later this band turned into the Oi! band Broilers. This name was chosen because it contains the letters "oi" (Oi!). Choosing a name containing "oi" was very popular back then. The Broilers were known as Germany's youngest Oi! band and their lyrics mostly dealt with the Skinhead scene and related stuff. When saying Skinhead they always referred to the traditional, non-racist Skinhead scene.

At the latest since the publication of the album "Vanitas" in 2007 they don't call themselves an Oi! / Punkrock band anymore Today they use different musical influences like Rockabilly, Soul and Ska elements and mix them with Punkrock. Lately their level of popularity has increased tremendously.


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15 Tracks
A1 Preludio0:45
A2 Unzerstörbar2:00
A3 Eine Nation3:34
A4 Baccia Il Mio Anello3:14
A5 Lofi2:52
A6 Mit Einem Fuß Im Grab3:08
A7 Dein Leben2:53
A8 (Ich Bin) Bei Dir3:16
B1 Ich Sah Kein Licht2:35
B2 Wer Wird Uns Retten4:35
B3 Brennende Brücken2:59
B4 Anti, Anti, Anti3:14
B5 Du Wirst Uns Erkennen2:35
B6 Wenn Ich Es Will3:09
B7 Dein Leben II2:55

Recorded at Brainrox Studios, Langenfeld in February and May of 2004.

Limited edition of 1000 copies. Some came with sticker 'Lofi LP/CD on DSS Rec.'.




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