NO MORE - LOVE, NOISE & PARANOIA - 40 Years Anniversay Compilation - digital album

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Inside 1979 01:54
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So Unreal 02:34
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Dreams 02:07
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Sisyphus 04:05
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Turnaround 03:22
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Rope A Dope 03:14
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We celebrated the 40th anniversary of the German underground legend NO MORE with the release of the compilation "Love, Noise & Paranoia" on July 12th 2019.
"Love, Noise & Paranoia" is released as LP with 11 songs as well as CD with 20 tracks. The buyers of the LP version receive a free download code for all songs of the Compilation CD plus 3 more songs.
Of course, NO MORE's Übersong "Suicide Commando" is included in the selection as a 2019 remaster.

NO MORE start the band in 1979, when Punk and New Wave sweep away the 70's, disbanding in 1986, when the 80's became too much 80's.
At the end of 2008 they come back, condensed on the duo Tina Sanudakura and Andy Schwarz. They tour all over Europe, do not rest on old laurels, produce new albums and push into new fields. Or as the Westzeit put it: "... impressive, how to develop without denying the roots of the self."

The existentialist "All Is Well - Senza Macchia" is featured on the famous German TV-Crime “Tatort” show and "Turnaround", the instant classic from the last album, provides full dance floors. As early as 2009, the London Playground magazine wrote: "It's always impressive when a band goes full circle and they have the presence of the music to make them their own sound."

That's why "Love, Noise & Paranoia" includes songs from the beginnings to today, it presents both original and new versions as well as formerly unreleased and totally new songs.
NO MORE are always on the move.

From minimal electronica to opulent widescreen, from postpunk to ambient - you name it.
"Inside 1979" outlines the social environment starting in 1977, from which NO MORE 1979 finally emerged. They look back on their youth in "Quiet Days On Celluloid" and instantly connect the new version of “Istanbul” (from their mid 80s “oriental” phase) to the now.

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released June 11, 2020

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NO MORE Kiel, Germany

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ANDY SCHWARZ - vocals, guitars, bass, percussion, programming

TINA SANUDAKURA - keyboards, theremin, der grüne kreis, electronika, programming

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