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Av Ica - 15 juni 2008 20:53


Av Ica - 15 juni 2008 08:55

People camping:

* Ich Brech Aus
* Der Letzte Tag
* 1.000 Meere
* Leb' Die Sekunde
* Totgeliebt
* Wir sterben niemals aus
* Schrei
* Schwarz
* Stich ins Glück
* Übers Ende der Welt
* Reden
* Geh
* Spring nicht
* Wo sind eure Hände
* Durch den monsun

* An deiner seite


Signing outside Hotel
Reden (from far)
1000 meere
Wir Sterben Niemals Aus
Übers Ende Der Welt
Leb Die Sekunde
Durch den Monsun

* Ich Brech Aus
* Der Letzte Tag
* 1.000 Meere
* Leb' Die Sekunde
* Totgeliebt
* Wir sterben niemals aus
* Schrei
* Schwarz
* Stich ins Glück
* Übers Ende der Welt
* Reden
* Geh
* Spring nicht
* Wo sind eure Hände
* Durch den monsun

* An deiner seite


Credit RiixTHxF @THUS (no watermarks)

Credit Yaira@THA (no watermarks):

Sumary of the day(outtakes from

VSD is finally here. Its been hell the last hours, total chaos.

There is no organization, no proper line, just fans lying all over each other.

TOTAL DISASTER. People are crying and fainting and we are not even in the venue. I rather go home now instead of staying. Worst security ever.

I'm in the lining up wavebreakers now and it's better here. But everyone should know that security f***ed up big time.

Awww, thank you guys. Im still here. Started raining now. We are tired, dirty and hurt, but its starting to get fun again.

Soundcheck in German, WOOT!

Im very close to the stage. In front of where hagen will be. Stage is very little. Not their regular one.

We're in line now. Very many people, as usual there's a lot of screaming. Line's moving pretty smooth and fast now. Fanboy spotting, YAY.

A lot of people inside. Screaming. We stand far in the back on a little hill.
The foreband have just stopped playing. Stage is similar to yesterday.

Second foreband playing now. They're okay.
I have really tall people in the way right now :(

Soooo many people here, OMG.

All ages. Less amount of sleazy looking and goth fans than yesterday. Many fanboys in their late teens, early 20s, 10,000 ahead of us in line still.

Opening act SAT2D is doing well with thf crwod. Fans are nice. But it will be mayhem when the boys appear. I'd say there are more fans here than for any previous th gig, beating gelsenkirchen open air 2006.

Shorter people are having a hard time seeing.

Stage looks different. No balcony over gustav. no monitors as backdrop. two screens at each side of stage as usual. Also a catwalk, but that one is so low we won't see when they stand on it.

Tension is building. Fans start screaming so loud as soon as they suspect TH might come out.

So cool to see so many fanboys wearing TH shirts.

Saki was on stage before. Everyone started screaming! TH hasn't started yet. I think it will start raining.


Bill wears white jacket and dark blue jeans.

Der Letzte tag, Sound is perfect. Bill sounds fantastic. He's god on stage.

Bill looks so cocky on stage... in a good way. I don't think I have ever seen him like this and this is my 8 concert.

Billions of soap bubbles in the air. Don't know where they come from.

Bill is f***ing amazing. Unbelievable.

oh my god, georg!

All German set so far. Tom all in brown like chocolate. Awesome fanaction with bubbles. Georg does naughty smiling with me

Bill has a new red tshirt with a massive amount of bling on.

bill just said he cannot believe how many people are here, that he wish we could stand on stage and see what he sees.

I think there are 40,000 here.

I wish they could put this on DVD. I never seen them better than this. Bill is on fire. I am on heaven if Paris is just a fraction of this.

My BF said he never seen anything like it. And he's seen 7 TH concert and 300 other concerts.

From rain i´ts now a lovely sun on us, this is just a perfekt moment. I´ve never seenthe band this happy and Bill is loving every moment. Gusti at his very best. Love!

UEDW now. Bill has the crowd in his hands. Total control.

Bill has two zippers on the sides of the tshirt. No function. can you say fetish? LOL

Geh now. Bill looks much manlier than usual today.

Bill has three big chains around his neck, a black glove on left hand. Tom brown shirt with bling. Gustav white wife-beater.

All in German and no clothing changes, just the way I like it.

They went offstage but haven't played monsoon, vg, rm, ads, idn, heilig. We're gonna get many encores.

Over now, this is by far the best concert i've been too. Everything was perfect. They didn't do Vergessene Kinder, Rette Mich, In die Nacht, Heilig. One encore.

Review from yeahfieke

Hi girls.
I'm back, tired and depressed.

I arrived in Nijmegen at 12 and the busses were driving from 1pm so I had to walk.
And then I ended up there in a really long lining up.
But I found Yaira 2 meters away from me so we had a fun time.
*climbing on things to see the soundcheck*
Fivee hours of f&cking waiting and still last row.
We gave up and we sat there and talked and had a fun time together [me, Yaira, Délisa and Britt]. So the first supportact came up and they were totally lame .____.
They weren't even worth mentioning.
Then TH came, as usual it was good.
That's what bothers me, I love them to death but their concerts become usual.
And I had to stand on my toes to see everything, very annoying.
I'm kinda pissed off because I know I will never get to see them close O_O
My friend showed me great pictures of hers, of moments I missed because i can't see their expression on their face.

The good thing was that EVERYTHING was german, thank you guys <3
And it started to rain and Bill said that we would make it thorugh the cold, lol.
And the fanaction was good too, actually it was beautiful. I have a video of it.

I'll leave my pc on tonight, so it will upload all video's while i'm goin to sleep,
so I can show you tomorrow.

And you might have noticed my english sucks, but i'm really tired and frustrated

Review from Yaira

I arrived at 12.00, which was later than I expected, because we couldn’t drive the way we wanted. There were already lots of fences and I couldn’t get to my friend anymore, so I stood in the line. I thought it was pretty damn long already. My father didn’t want to leave before I saw someone I know. And then (after some weird conversation XD) Fieke suddently stood next to me, so my father could leave. We (and her mother) waited in line. And there was this amaaazingly cute Tom-look-a-like, called Thijs. Fieke and another friend are still fighting who can marry him. X’D
We waited and waited and suddently we heard drums, so we thought the soundcheck would start (and next to us all the other girls, who started screaming) but after that it was silent again. And 15 minutes it started again (again lots of screaming) but stopped after some drums again. Then like a half hour after that some drums started (loots of screaming) and then a guitar started playing (even more screaming) and we thought the soundcheck had started. So we started walking and figured out the line was so weird. I can’t even explain in English XD. But then it started raining again and it stopped. We were lucky, because we were under trees and didn’t feel any of the rain. After the rain stopped, they started playing again and we recognized it, so we searched for some fence where you could see something and we climbed on a fence. Fieke saw Tom (if I’m right XD) and I didn’t, but you could hear it all and it was soo great! When we walked back we realized it was all german !
So we waited some longer and all the girls around us were playing English tokio hotel songs ( I believe I heard scream like a thousand times +_+) so Fieke putted on Bushido & jimi blue. Nobody even recognized it. LOSERS. XD
So we were standing in line and the line got longer and longer and 2 of our friends still didn’t arrive, because they had trouble with the trains. When they finally arrived, we pulled them in the line with us and we had a nice time . x’D
Until they started to let people in and we were pushed together. I’m sure if I’d be a banana, I wouldn’t have survived that.
But since I ain’t a banana, I did!
So, well, they let people in very slowly. The organisation of the goffertpark sucked really. Because first we walked through this amazingly dirty place, with stuff everywhere (my friend told me later they had to SIT there ) and when we were FINALLY in, it turned out there were 2 blocks, and the others just should stand somewhere else. It was big, but there was this .. building in the middle of the field. And I heard there were 40.000 fans, but I’m not sure.
So at first there were the Jeremy’s , I didn’t like them at all. At least not live.
We decided to go to the merchandising First and get some food &drinks, because were already kinda last line and it didn’t bother anymore. So we were just sitting on the grass and the supportacts passed. I liked Sat2d better than the Jeremy’s but actually they both sucked.
We had kind of fun, and after all we found other friends too (who had bracelets to get in and out of the first block) and it was just nice.
But we wanted to search a place where we could see it before tokio hotel started, so we parted again. So we found a place behind everything. And we could see the stage, and we had all fun. But when tokio hotel started, all these parents put their stupid children on their neck so we couldn’t see anything anymore. I still feel like killing a kid. =____________=
And then it started raining (which I liked by the way (for a little while) ) and everybody put up an umbrella. =____________________________________=
We walked the whole concert around to find a good spot, but we couldn’t see anything anywhere!
Oh, except when I climbed on a fence, I could see everything perfectly. But after a couple of seconds some assistend sended me away.
So it all sucked.
Although the sound was great, it’s nothing to see not even a little bit of them. ( I could see a little bit of them sometimes if I stood on my tows)

I think this will be my last concert, because I made this agreement with my parents and blablabla. -.-‘ The conclusion is that I won’t be allowed to go to TH anymore.

Although I did accomplished what I wanted; I heard DDM live and it was nice.
But I didn’t even see anything.
And now I'm not sure If I'm happy to be there today.

And on our way back home, My friend & I realized Bill was wearing red-white-blue
(colors of the dutch flag) I’m uploading my vids & pics now (they suck but I’ll upload them anyway XD 


Av Ica - 15 juni 2008 08:54

Translation by Artax

TH only makes it to Dortmund

TH only gives one single concert in Germany - from Loitsche to a world-wide mania, by Maike Steuer.

That's so typically German: Once you're world famous, you just go home any more to let yourself be celebrated at the "band's only concert in Germany". TH pays Dortmund a visit on Friday. But the TH-mania is happening in Loitsche.

For Martina and Julia it was "The best day ever", Blondine147 describes it as "hammageil" [~mega awesome] and alos julikoffg483 from the Czech Republic, PrinCeSsM from France and ClaudiaKaulitz90 from Italy gush about their visit in Loitsche.

Provincial backwater preferred to Manhattan

Positioned in Northern Sachsen-Anhalt, the girls rather pilgrimage to the backwater than to NY city, pose exaltedly in front of the touristic highlight: the bus stop that's adorned over and over with writings; and they nearly faint in view of a simple bell button that probably only could be trumped by the inhabitant of the attached house himself.

But Bill Kaulitz can rather be met on Times Square than in his home village, where he's cheered by masses that Loitsche could never master. In all that, the story of TH's front man began with a defeat. Among the last sixteen at "Star Search", he lost in 2003 as a 13 year old. A fragile little boy with short black spikey hair, who presented "It's raining men" with a shaky voiy.

A mixture of goth-hedgehog and power outlet

Who'd have thought that just this guy would few years later be responsible for countless cases of laryngitis and croakiness with girls and young women world-wide? With his twin brother Tom at the guitar, bassist Georg Listing and drummer Gustav Schäfer he ventured "Through the Monsoon" in 2005 and casually left the big guys of the music business standing in the rain. With thick black eyeliner, a hair style that's in between goth-hedgehog and an accomplished reach into the power outlet, and clothes that in fact could be the result of a manga artist's pen, he bedazzles his fans. [talk about German endless nested sentences...]
Long ago, the "TH-virus" has spread over all borders to all of Europe and over the great pond. On "Tokio Hotel America The Blog" the fans collect every tidbit worth mentioning from his biography. Likewise the They adore their idol, although he "sometimes forgets, to brush his teeth at night", hates crying fans and his feet and "sleeps with only his shorts on", as the website tells.

Australian Petition for TH

The TH-crazy Australians even go a step further. Insted of only following the life Magnificent Four around their charismatic front man, and to document it for the next generation of the untaught, they have started a petition to bring the regular owners of the Nr 1 single and album charts and prize collectors to Down Under. 2053 votes has the "Official Australian TH Street Team" collected so far - tendency increasing.

"Bill, because of you I am what I am today. Thanks, baby!" a fan has written volubly on the bus stop in Loitsche. The "welcome"-sign at the entrance of the village has long become a wooden guest book for the TH pilgrims. The first one was shortly after "Star Search" the producer Peter Hoffmann. He liked the young boy band's mix of rock in German, who capitalized on being edgy instead of smooth - and the fans did likewise. The albums "Schrei!" and "Zimmer 483" hit the mark like a master bowler.

"Unsexiest Women Alive"

Whether it be Comet, Bambi or the Italian TRL Awards: the four Magdeburgers have had them all. Bill even made it to spot 27 of the magazine FHM's list of "Unsexiest Woman Alive", as only man.

When the nearly 19-year-old had to undergo surgery on his vocal cords at the begin of this year, the fans were shivering with fear, and the cancelled concerts hurt. "Is this the end of TH?", the pessimists darkly asked. The band countered with mega-successes in the USA and elastic as ever vocal cords. This evening, the West Phalia Hall changes into a XXL Tokio Hotel. Whoever had not the luck to get a ticket for the quickly sold-out concert, can always buy a train ticket and go - to Loitsche.

In German:

Tokio Hotel kommt nur bis Dortmund
Tokio Hotel gibt einziges Deutschland-Konzert -
Von Loitsche zur weltweiten Manie

von Maike Steuer

Wieder mal typisch deutsch: Kaum ist man weltberühmt, lässt man sich in der Heimat nur noch beim "einzigen Deutschlandkonzert der Band" feiern. Tokio Hotel gibt am Freitag ein Gastspiel in Dortmund. Die TH-Manie aber spielt in Loitsche.

Für Martina und Julia war es "The best day ever", Blondine147 beschreibt es als "hammageil" und auch julikoffg483 aus Tschechien, PrinCeSs3M aus Frankreich und ClaudiaKaulitz90 aus Italien schwärmen in ihren Muttersprachen in den höchsten Tönen von ihrem Besuch in Loitsche.

Lieber Provinz als Manhattan

Gelegen im nördlichen Sachsen-Anhalt pilgern die Mädels lieber in die Provinz statt nach New York City, posieren selig im über und über mit Graffitti geschmückten Bushäuschen als touristisches Highlight und fallen fast in Ohnmacht beim Anblick eines schlichten Klingelknopfes, dem wohl nur der Bewohner des dazu gehörigen Hauses höchst persönlich die Schau stehlen könnte.

Doch Bill Kaulitz ist eher auf dem Times Square anzutreffen als auf dem heimischen Dorfplatz, wo ihm Massen zujubeln, denen Loitsche niemals Herr werden könnte. Dabei begann die Geschichte des Frontmanns von Tokio Hotel mit einer Niederlage. Im Achtelfinale von "Star Search" flog der damals 13-Jährige 2003 raus. Ein zierliches Kerlchen mit kurzer, schwarzer Stachelfrisur, das mit wackliger Stimme "It's raining men" zum besten gab.

Zwischen Gothic-Igel und Steckdose

Wer hätte gedacht, dass genau dieser Typ wenige Jahre später für massenhaft Stimmbandentzündungen und Heiserkeit bei Mädchen und jungen Frauen auf der ganzen Welt sorgen würde? Mit seinem Zwillingsbruder Tom an der Gitarre, Bassist Georg Listing und Schlagzeuger Gustav Schäfer wagte er sich 2005 "Durch den Monsun" und machte damit die Großen der Musikbranche lässig nass. Mit dicken Kajalstiftbalken um die Augen, ein Haarstyling, das zwischen Gothic-Igel und einem gekonnten Griff in die Steckdose schwankt, und Klamotten, die durchaus aus der Feder eines Mangazeichners stammen könnten, verzaubert er seine Fans.

Längst ist das "TH-Virus" über die Grenzen hinweg nach ganz Europa bis über den großen Teich geschwappt. Im "Tokio Hotel America The Blog" tragen die Fans jedes nennenswerte Fitzelchen aus seiner Biographie zusammen. Dem stehen die in Nichts nach. Sie vergöttern ihr Idol, obwohl "er manchmal vergisst, abends seine Zähne zu putzen", weinende Fans ebenso wie sein Füße hasst und "nur in Unterhosen schläft", verrät die Website.

Australische Petition für Tokio Hotel

Die TH-verrückten Australier gehen sogar noch einen Schritt weiter. Statt nur virtuell das Leben der glorreichen Vier um ihren charismatischen Frontmann nachzuverfolgen und für die nächste Generation Unwissender zu dokumentieren, haben sie eine Petition verfasst, die die Dauerabonnenten der Nummer eins der Single- und Albumcharts und Preisehamster nach Down Under bringen soll. 2053 Stimmen hat das "Official Australian Tokio Hotel Street Team" bislang zusammen getragen - Tendenz steigend.

"Bill, durch dich bin ich das, was ich heute bin. Danke, Baby!", hat ein Fan schwunghaft auf das Bushäuschen in Loitsche geschrieben. Das "Willkommen"-Schild am Ortseingang ist längst zu einem hölzernen Gästebuch der TH-Pilger geworden. Deren Anführer war kurz nach "Star Search" der Produzent Peter Hoffmann. Ihm gefiel die Mischung aus Rock in deutscher Sprache der jugendlichen Boyband, die statt auf aalglatt auf Kanten setzte - den Fans auch. Die Alben "Schrei!" und "Zimmer 483" räumten ab wie Profi-Bowler.

"Unsexiest Women Alive"

Egal ob Comet, Bambi oder die italienischen TRL-Awards: die vier Magdeburger hatten sie alle. Selbst auf die Liste der "Unsexiest Woman Alive" der Zeitschrift FHM hat es Bill auf Platz 27 als Hahn im Korb geschafft.

Als der fast 19-Jährige Anfang des Jahres an den Stimmbändern operiert werden musste, stand den Fans der Angstschweiß auf der Stirn, die abgesagten Konzerte schmerzten. "Ist das das Aus für Tokio Hotel?", unkten Pessimisten. Die Band konterte mit Mega-Erfolgen in den USA und wieder geschmeidigen Stimmbändern. Heute Abend verwandelt sich die Westfalenhalle in ein XXL Tokio Hotel. Wer nicht das Glück hatte, ein Ticket für das ratzfatz ausverkaufte Konzert zu ergattern, kann immer noch ein Zugticket buchen und verreisen - nach Loitsche.


Av Ica - 15 juni 2008 08:48

 The contest is finished!

The winner will be notified by email u / o. in the news announced.


Av Ica - 15 juni 2008 08:05

 more will come later ;)



Do you like that we moved back here (to write news)???
 Doesn't matter, both were good

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