Two years ago Die Toten Hosen teamed up with Dusseldorf’s Robert Schumann School of Music to perform music that the Nazis had stigmatized as "degenerate." Now the concert recordings are being released as an album.
In 2013 Die Toten Hosen teamed up with Düsseldorf's Robert Schumann School of Music to perform music that the Nazis had stigmatized as "degenerate". Now the concert recordings are being released as an album.
In a mixture of chaos and discipline, a new album by German punk rockers Die Toten Hosen showcases works once suppressed by the Nazis, so-called "degenerate music."
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