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Oomph!

From: Wolfsburg, Germany
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Below is our complete Oomph! news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Blowsight Covers Oomph!

Blowsight has released a brand new single for the song "Swallow," which was originally written and performed by Germany's Oomph!

The song is out today, and available worldwide for download from iTunes, Amazon, and eMusic. You can also stream the track below. "Swallow" was recorded earlier this year while the band tracks and upcoming fourth studio album, which is still in production. Blowsight's Nick Red comments:

“Our tour with Oomph! was a great success, and we wanted to thank the band for taking us out on the road, so I chose one of my favorite songs by them, we recorded it while adding a few Blowsight-esque finishing touches and chose to release it as soon as possible, as opposed to waiting for the new album to be released. As far as the new album goes, it’s coming along nicely and we hope to release it in early 2015 if all goes according to plan.”

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Oomph! Posts New Video For "Sandmann" Online

German band Oomph! has posted a new video online for their song "Sandmann." The video can be viewed below. The band issued the following statement about the video:

"With 'Sandmann,' Oomph! are releasing a new single on ..Feb. 6th, 2009.. that is not included on theircurrent Top Ten studio album 'Monster'.

Most of us think of the ‘Sandmann’ in terms of a happy childhood memory. But this new Oomph! song puts a brand new twist on the familiar old story, from the perspective of anything but a happy childhood! In 'Sandmann,; Oomph! bear their standard in the usual high fashion we’ve come to expect, additionally incorporating a children's lullaby that every child in the band’s native ....Germany.... knows from the crib to the grave. While the first impression in the chorus subtly transports us emotionally back to our earliest days, closer inspection reveals something more sinister just below the surface…...." More...

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