La Düsseldorf was a German band, consisting of onetime Kraftwerk drummer and Neu! t Klaus Dinger and occasional Neu! collaborators Thomas Dinger and Hans Lampe. La Düsseldorf was formed after Neu! disbanded following the release of their Neu! '75 record
Listen to music from Klaus Dinger + Rheinita Bella Düsseldorf like Geld 2006 (Internet Warm-Up Version). Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Klaus Dinger + Rheinita Bella Düsseldorf. La! Neu? Klaus Dinger + Japandorf.
Dröhnt mein Lied in die ferne Milky Way zu den Sternen. Close your eyes Mi amor Will be king In the nineties. Save the world From the mighties. Will go on On and on Ich lieb' dich so. More on Genius. Néondian" Track Info. Written By Klaus Dinger.
La Düsseldorf – Mon Amour. Label: Warner Music Central Europe – 5054197-5153-1-6. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Producer – Klaus Dinger (tracks: B2, B4, B5), Klaus Dinger + Rheinita Bella Düsseldorf (tracks: A1 to B1, B3). Remastered By – Peter Harenberg. Vocals – Herbert Grönemeyer (tracks: B5), Miki Yui (tracks: B5). Vocals, Tambourine, Piano – Néondian.
Mon amour (Klaus Dinger song). Mon Amour is an instrumental tune and single by Klaus Dinger + Rhenita Bella Düsseldorf, released in 1985 to coincide with the album Néondian. In reality, Néondian was a solo album for Klaus Dinger, and Mon Amour in effect his debut (and only) solo single. It was also the first Dinger recording to be released on CD, and the last single Dinger would release in his lifetime.
Tracks 6 and 8 were previously released in 1983 on the 12" La Düsseldorf - Ich Liebe Dich. Track 9 was made in 2006 and is licensed by Klaus Dinger exclusively for this re-issue.
In La Düsseldorf’s eponymous debut, Dinger poked his head into disco and punk and opened himself in ways previously unheard in the more art-focused Neu!. Néondian is a 1985 album by the German musician Klaus Dinger.
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Dinger’s music after NEU! and La Düsseldorf is much harder to follow, even though, at its best, it yields music just as spectacular as his first two groups. The acrimonious collapse of the original La Düsseldorf line-up in the early ‘80s, brought about by disagreements between Lampe and the Dinger brothers, had Dinger moving to Zeeland, in the Netherlands, writing material for a fourth La Düsseldorf album, Mon Amour, which would eventually see release as the murky electronic pop of Klaus Dinger + Rheinita Bella Düsseldorf’s Néondian.