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Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung (DAAU)

Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung (DAAU)
Country
Belgium
Profile
Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung (also known as DAAU) is a music group from Antwerp, Belgium. The band was founded in 1992 and borrowed its name from the novel Der Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse.
Website
http://www.daau.com
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (6)
Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung — The Shepherd's Dream Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung — The Shepherd's Dream
(RD013, 2010, CD)
DAAU — Domestic Wildlife DAAU — Domestic Wildlife
(PIAS 473.0005.020, 2006, CD)
DAAU — Tub Gurnard Goodness DAAU — Tub Gurnard Goodness
(RD 003, 2004, CD)
DAAU — Life Transmission DAAU — Life Transmission
(Columbia 498813 2, 2001, CD)
DAAU — We Need New Animals DAAU — We Need New Animals
(Sony Music 489978.2, 1998, CD)
Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung! — Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung! Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung! — Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung!
(Columbia 488786 2, 1995/1997, CD)

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