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ZDF - Kika Logo Kids Interview Tokio Hotel
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Joined: 16-June 08
| ZDF - Kika Logo Kids Interview Tokio Hotel (21.10.2009)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1f2n-TM7bE
Translation: Announcer: We received so many mails with two words [Tokio Hotel?!] from you that we can definitely say now: Tokio Hotel are among the great ones of this world. The band just conquered the charts all over Europe with their new album, and the Logo-kid-reporters Felipa and Paul met the boys.
Felipa: Ok, so we're the Logo kid reporters, and we have a few questions for you.
T: Right on.
Paul: Do you mind when some people don't like your music?
B: No. Actually, I think that's part of it: In the end, when you make music, it's about a certain content and feelings - and in the end, everybody feels different about that.
F: Why is your new album also in English?
T: We simply wanted that people in other countries understand our texts.
T: Um... and we simply continued with it: Back then, we started with Durch den Monsun, to make that in English, and some day we made a whole album from that, and from now on, we'll always do that.
P: Who of you writes the songs?
B: Well, basically it's, like, a big familiy...
...and Tom and I of course do a lot there, because he's the guitar player and drums and the bassist, they of course don't have so much of a say there...
B: ...ja, because they have the most boring instruments with which you can't really write songs.
F: Do your fans go on your nerves sometimes?
B: No, not at all! I think fans cannot go on your nerves, because - that's why you're doing it all. That's why you get up in the morning and make music.
P: What would you do if you weren't musicians?
B: Well, Georg would be a dentist... *laughs*
Ge: Nah, I'd probably be Logo-reporter.
*Animation (Georg with German Chancellor Merkel)*
B: I think we'd just be musicians who would tour clubs, and who would keep afloat that way.
T: And what do you want to be? Do you want to... stay reporter?
F: Well, I would like to... always wanted to become an astronaut, since I was 6.
F: Is your new video especially complicated?
T: We shot it in South Africa,
and of course had to travel there for a long time, and then shot for 5 days in a row, and it definitely was a lot of trouble.
P: Would you maybe write something in our Golden Logo Book?
Announcer: And here they are: The original Tokio Hotel signatures in the Golden Logo Book. And don't even bother: The autographs are... not for sale! And with that I say good-bye, here comes the weather...
|The 'family portrait'.... :rotfl: |
Georg needs to wear suits more often. :faint:
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