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‎Unheilig on Apple Music

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The record is sprawling, even without the bonus tracks, and not every song works, but basically, as long as the band is done with worship, it begins to sound interesting to the point of being original, or, at least, fresh and exciting. Over the next few months, the band guested at major festivals and open-air events in Germany Zillo Open Air, Leipzig, , Woodstage Festival before taking a break from live work to write and produce the Christmas album Merry Christmas released in 2002 and the third album The 2nd Commandment. Unheilig played more concerts in 2004 than any previous year. Unheilig are scheduled to go on a small tour in April and May, 2018 with just Henning, Potti and Licky. Der Graf produced remixes for , and other bands and produced a song for the game. The success of the single and the album helped land Unheilig slots on their genre's festival circuit, including Zillo Open Air and the Doomsday Festival, but the trio members would soon find themselves back at work on new studio material, which resulted in 2002's Christmas album Frohes Fest and 2003's Das 2.

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Geboren um zu leben

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The album debuted on the Media Control charts at number 2, the Austrian albums chart at number 3 and the Swiss albums chart at number 5. This beats the old record set by in 1988 with the album , which stayed at No. In 2013, Der Graf published a biography of the group, Als Musik Meine Sprache Wurde, which also appeared in a seven-disc audio edition read by Unheilig's frontman. In 2008 they played at the , Zita-Rock, and Castle Rock festivals. In 2009 the band performed at the , and the Rockharz Open Air festivals.

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Grosse Freiheit

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Große Freiheit would break records as the longest staying No. It promptly became their third consecutive studio album to reach number one in Germany. Initially signed to the label, the group -- including Grant Stevens, José Alvarez-Brill, and Der Graf -- followed its debut club hit with a full-length offering in 2001 titled Phosphor. The single would then become Unheilig's third top ten single in Germany, peaking at No. Despite Der Graf's retirement, Unheilig will continue as a band without him.

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Unheilig on Spotify

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Lichter der Stadt was also reissued in a special collector's edition, helping to boost the album's sales to quadruple platinum status in Germany, and a live album from the supporting tour simply called Lichter der Stadt: Live appeared before the end of 2012. Luckily for everyone, has more up its sleeve than just songs for a decadent headbanging session. Unheilig embarked on their final tour as a band on 13 May, which finished on 10 September 2016 at the. By 2006, Unheilig was back in the shops with two releases: a studio record, Moderne Zeiten, and a live offering, Goldene Zeiten. The album Gipfelstürmer was released on 12 December 2014 and became the band's third consecutive album to reach number one on the Media Control Charts in Germany. The Limited Edition versions of the albums that included extra songs were not re-released.

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‎Unheilig on Apple Music

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Their fourth album, 2004's Zelluloid, was released, and the band followed up with a successful tour. On 2 December the band announced that the first single from Lichter der Stadt, So wie du warst, will be released on 24 February 2012 while the album itself will be released 16 March 2012. In 2008, Unheilig released their eighth album, Puppenspiel. The band played in festivals during the summer. Released in February of that year, it claimed the top spot for 23 non-consecutive weeks, a record for a German artist at the time. The Berlin metalheads may have done a disservice to their compatriots by becoming a convenient yardstick by which all German-speaking heavy rock acts are measured, but there's no denying that , a part of the Neue Deutsche Härte wave, owes a gargantuan dept to.

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Grosse Freiheit

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On 3 July 2009, the albums , , , and were released with new artwork and remastered audio. Their fourth album, Zelluloid, was released in 2004, and the band followed this up with another successful tour, which led to the necessity of a live album. The theme of the album is dreams. The success of the single and the album helped land the trio slots on their genre's festival circuit and they followed up with 2002's Frohes Fest, and 2003's Das 2. In 2010, the band scored its first number one in its home country when Große Freiheit topped the German charts. Unheilig announced on 2 August 2016 that they would release their final album, Von Mensch Zu Mensch, on 4 November 2016. Unheilig will release a new best of album titled Best of Vol.

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