Thursday, 29th of December 2005 at 10:10:34 PM

Review of the year 2005: My favourite trip

2005: My first time in Manhattan. January 2005 I visited the first time the Big Apple. Never expected it would be a so great experience.
Find my NY photos on my Homepage

View from Empire Statebuilding.

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Thursday, 29th of December 2005 at 10:02:15 PM

Review of the year 2005: My favourite Concerts

1. Lorenzo Jovanotti “Buon Sangue” Tour, July 10th, Munich Tollwood
2. Vasco Rossi, June 10th 2005 Heineken Festival Imola, Italy
3. Greenday, June 11th Heineken Festival Imola, Italy
4. Boss Martians, June 22th 2005 Orangehouse Munich
5. Holly Golightly, May 21th 2005 Atomic Cafe Munich

Greenday at the Heineken Jamin festival, Imola

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Saturday, 24th of December 2005 at 01:05:20 PM

Review of the year 2005: My favourite Movies


list of all movies I have seen 2005 in cinema (not counting DVD).

My “TOP 6”  Movies 2005

1. Aviator watched Feb 21 2005
2. Garden State watched Jun 14 2005
3. Crash watched Jun 27 2005 Munich Filmfest
4. Sin City watched Aug 29 2005
5 A better tomorrow watched Oct 20 2005 Asia Filmfest Munich
6. A history of violence watched Nov 7 2005

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Thursday, 22nd of December 2005 at 06:02:26 PM

“Munich” by Steven Spielberg

Little advertisment about this new Spielberg movie, because its about a very sensitive and political issue. Spielberg renounced the usual advertisment and promotion tour. Movie start in germany on January 26th 2006. As movie fan living in Munich I have to see that….
IMDB short description:
The world was watching in 1972 as 11 Israeli athletes were murdered at the Munich Olympics. This is the story of what happened next.

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Monday, 19th of December 2005 at 07:23:15 AM

The Shout out louds in Munich presenting

Saturday evening I probably visited my last live concert in 2005. The swedish guitar-rock band “Shout out louds” was performing in the famous Munich Atomic Cafe club. Intrduction also by a swedish group called “Nervous Nellie” presenting there debut album “don’t think feel”. It was a great evening and I was lucky getting one of the last tickets at the evening cashier, cause it was sold out quickly.

Following a review by Jim Harrington in “Live Daily”:
If every band tagged to be “The Next Big Thing” were to live up to that forecast, well, amphitheaters, arenas and stadiums around the country would be booked solid 365 days a year. Sadly for concert promoters, the vast majority of these acts fall well short of that prediction. The Shout Out Louds are one of the latest acts to wear the crown of hype. The Swedish quintet’s smartly articulate pop sound will surely attract more than its fair share of listeners, but probably not enough to make the indie-pop favorites a crossover smash.
However, there’s simply no getting around the fact that the Shout Out Louds’ glorious debut, “Howl Howl Gaff Gaff,” is an absolute scream. It’s wonderfully melodic and devilishly fun from start to finish. But what makes the album special is the variety of sounds that come from that scream. “Howl Howl Gaff Gaff” basically changes mood and feel with each new song.
The album kicks off with a driving slice of Weezer-esque emo-pop, “The Comeback,” and then rambles into anthem-friendly alt-rock with “Very Loud.” “A Track and a Train” is a cool piece of ’80s new wave rock that would have fit on “The Breakfast Club” soundtrack, and “Go Sadness” is pure lo-fi space rock.
The Shout Out Louds will probably never warrant the title of “The Next Big Thing.” Instead, the band will simply have to settle for being “The Next Good Thing.”

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