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*1990: [[Live im Landei Bad Liebenwerda 1990 (album)|Live im Landei Bad Liebenwerda 1990]]
 
*1990: [[Live im Landei Bad Liebenwerda 1990 (album)|Live im Landei Bad Liebenwerda 1990]]
 
*1990: [[Paris 1990 (album)|Paris 1990]]
 
*1990: [[Paris 1990 (album)|Paris 1990]]
*1991: [[Die Firma (Album)|Die Firma]]
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*1991: [[Die Firma (album)|Die Firma]]
 
*1991: [[Live im J.F.Z. Neuruppin (album)|Live im J.F.Z. Neuruppin]]
 
*1991: [[Live im J.F.Z. Neuruppin (album)|Live im J.F.Z. Neuruppin]]
 
*1993: [[Kinder der Maschinenrepublik (album)|Kinder der Maschinenrepublik]]
 
*1993: [[Kinder der Maschinenrepublik (album)|Kinder der Maschinenrepublik]]

Revision as of 09:12, 25 May 2018

Die Firma was a punk-band from Berlin, active from 1983 to 1993.

Information

The band was first named "Firma Trötsch".

A concert of the band on October 17, 1987 became legendary, because it was the first time that about 20 or 30 Skinheads were showing up at a public event in the GDR. They shouted things like "Sieg Heil!" and "Deutschland, Deutschland!" and started beating up people in the audience randomly.[1] It seems like they played that show together with the still active band Element of Crime.[2]

Line-Up

The band had numerous different line-ups in their active time. Notable band members were:

Discography

The band released many demos and live tapes, also one album. Here are only the ones, where it is 100% sure, that at least one Rammstein member is on:

Sources

  1. Glanze, Ronald & Havemeister, Heinz: Mix mir einen Drink, pages 630 to 631
  2. "Spannung. Leistung. Widerstand.", page 171