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  1. Vugis Reply
    Wolfsheim – Touch – Spectators – Enter And Fall – Isolation (The Eternal Afflict Remix) – Breaking Out EP – Dunkelsucht – Self Isolation – Entstellte Persölichkeiten – Empathy Test – Losing Touch – Losing Touch EP –
  2. Digore Reply
    Oct 29,  · Special box edition containing digipak editions of: 1) Wolfsheim - Once In A Lifetime (Way , INDIGO ), 2) Wolfsheim - Spectators (Way , INDIGO ), 3) Wolfsheim - Künstliche Welten (Way , INDIGO ). All three digipaks are inserted in cardboard slipcase. CD1 credits: Issued in 4-panel digipak (black tray) without booklet.
  3. Vora Reply
    Sep 22,  · Music video created to Bram Stoker's Dracula with Wolfsheim "Touch”. Count Dracula, a 15th-century prince, is condemned to live off the blood of the living for eternity. Young lawyer Jonathan.
  4. Zologal Reply
    Spectators hits a mark in the synth pop genre between the reflective intensity of acts such as Deine Lakaien and the more danceable influences artists such as Beborn Beton. From track to track, Wolfsheim go from strength to strength. The dancefloor beats of "Once in a Lifetime" contrast with the reflective romance of "Kunstliche Welten," with tracks like "Read the Lines" giving a jovial relief from the .
  5. Mukree Reply
    Wolfsheim was a synthpop duo from Hamburg, Germany, that consisted of Markus Reinhardt and Peter Heppner. Popular Wolfsheim albums Casting Shadows. Spectators.
  6. Tygor Reply
    Nov 22,  · Provided to YouTube by Indigo Musikproduktion + Vertrieb GmbH Touch · Wolfsheim Spectators ℗ Strange Ways Records Released on: Composer: Peter Heppner, Markus Reinhardt Lyricist.
  7. Akinogami Reply
    This time is hard It's not as easy as it was With you around You always stood by my side You made this world a better place With just a smile I waved goodbye I shed a tear And never felt for someone The way I felt for you And I don't mean for .
  8. Mataxe Reply
    Spectators is the fourth full album by German synthpop duo Wolfsheim. As with all of their commercially available albums, this album is bilingual, although most tracks are in English. Four singles /5(18).
  9. Kikree Reply
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Spectators and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.