Bäng! (Remastered) Birth Control

Album info

Album-Release:
1982

HRA-Release:
21.06.2018

Label: Ohr

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Hard Rock

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  • 1Nuclear Attack - Album Version (Remastered)05:03
  • 2Get Ready To Run (Remastered)04:08
  • 3Take Alarm (Remastered)05:31
  • 4Greedy Ryes (Remastered)04:56
  • 5The Day Of Doom Is Coming (Remastered)07:56
  • 6Doom Room (Remastered)05:17
  • 7The King Of An Island (Remastered)06:19
  • 8Nuclear Attack (Single Version [Remastered])03:44
  • 9Get Ready To Run (Single) (Remastered)03:50
  • 10Nuclear Attack (12Inch) (Remastered)06:32
  • Total Runtime53:16

Info for Bäng! (Remastered)



The 13th Album from Birth Control in 1982 featuring Bruno Frenzel before his demise in 1983. This is the last album before the band split up after eight years together on the road.

BANG! is a 1982 release by German progressive rockers Birth Control, featuring 'Get Ready To Run.'

Bruno Frenzel, guitars, lead vocals (on tracks 3-6)
Jürgen Goldschmidt, bass, backing vocals
Ulrich Klein, keyboards, backing vocals
Stefan Linke, rhythm guitar, vocals
Bernd Noske, lead vocals, drums, percussion

Recorded and mixed May and June 1982 at Dierks-Studios, Cologne
Produced by Jürgen Krämer, Birth Control

Digitally remastered



Birth Control
formed in 1966 in Berlin from two other bands, the Earls and the Gents. The band was founded with a lineup consisting of Bernd Koschmidder (bass), Reinhold Sobotta (organ), Rolf Gurra (saxophone, vocals), Fritz Groger (vocals), Reiner Borchert (guitar), Hugo Egon Balder (drums), and Klaus Orso (guitar). Within five years of the band's formation all seven of the original members had departed, but the band continued under the leadership of long-standing members drummer (and later lead vocalist) Bernd Noske (who replaced Balder in late 1968) and guitarist Bruno Frenzel (who replaced Borchert in 1969).

Following the death of Frenzel in 1983, the group disbanded, but reunited in 1993 with only Noske remaining from the previous lineup. Other members of the reformed band included returning bassist/vocalist Horst Stachelhaus, as well as guitarist Rocco Zodiak and keyboardist Xaver Fischer.

Despite the death of mainstay Stachelhaus in 1999, the band continued under Noske's guidance, touring Germany and release new albums periodically following the turn of the century. In later years, former members Peter Föller (bass, vocals) and Zeus B. Held (keyboards) both returned to the fold as guest musicians at occasional concerts. The band came to an end on February 18, 2014 with the death of Noske.[1] The final lineup of the band consisted of Noske, bassist Hannes Vesper, keyboardist Sascha Kuhn, and guitarist Martin Ettrich.

This album contains no booklet.

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