Chernobyl Book

with the title the truth sits in the backstage the political pop band the bandwidth from Oberhausen/Duisburg will publish her first book in the near future. In the truth sits in the backstage the song poetry is published by the bandwidth in book form. The singer-songwriter Marcel Wojnarowicz and the sound boffins show Torben Pape on entertaining and comprehensible way, that you can reach even policy verdrossene people with music and poetry. THE bandwidth in true-blue Ruhr pot dialect what sounds like gibberish out politicians mouths, clarifies mercilessly honest and understandable. In the book, it becomes clear that even without their hip-hop-heavy beats and their audiovisual shows the emotional aspects, the tongue-in-cheek humor and the local patriotism of the guys come to the expression. With the for the truth sits in the backstage selected texts the thematic spectrum and the development of the band will be traced.

For the bandwidth, much is politically and almost everything culminates in a social criticism, especially on the surface comes, when it comes to topics that move Marcel and Torben personally. No other dares so openly to question the media hype about polar bear Knut, the emerging surveillance state, Chernobyl, or 9 / 11. In addition, the reader learns interesting and exciting on the detailed background text for the band. This book is for anyone who has noticed that you can no longer blindly believe the mainstream media and himself would not close other perspectives. Etienne Locoh is full of insight into the issues. But the cheeky lyrics are also fully at their own expense. The Songbook appears likely to in November 2009 in the Duisburg Culex – Verlag and can be pre-ordered now under Current events & information about the band is at. Michaela p by the Culex – Verlag