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Irie Revoltes - BEST songs 23 videos
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Irie Révoltés is a music band from Heidelberg, Germany. Among its nine members, the brother “Mal Élevé” and “Carlito” have French origins. For this reason many song lyrics are in French . The word “Irie” derives from the Jamaican creole language Patois and can be loosely translated with “positive” or “happy”, whereas “Révoltés” means in French as rebels. Their songs have both French and German lyrics, which deal with controversial social issues. Their music is mainly influenced by genres like reggae, dancehall, ska, punk electro and hip-hop.


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Irie Revoltes - BEST songs 23 videos
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Irie Revoltes - BEST songs

Irie Révoltés is a music band from Heidelberg, Germany. Among its nine members, the brother “Mal Élevé” and “Carlito” have French origins. For this reason many song lyrics are in French . The word “Irie” derives from the Jamaican creole language Patois and can be loosely translated with “positive” or “happy”, whereas “Révoltés” means in French as rebels. Their songs have both French and German lyrics, which deal with controversial social issues. Their music is mainly influenced by genres like reggae, dancehall, ska, punk electro and hip-hop.

Guano Apes - BEST songs 26 videos
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Guano Apes is a rock band formed in 1994 in Göttingen, Germany. The group members are Sandra Nasić (vocals), Henning Rümenapp (guitars, backing vocals), Stefan Ude (bass, backing vocals) and Dennis Poschwatta (drums, backing vocals).

Their sound has been described as a fusion of metal, pop and rap. They have released five studio albums (Proud Like a God in 1997, Don't Give Me Names in 2000, Walking on a Thin Line in 2003, Bel Air in 2011 and Offline in 2014), one live album (Live in 2003), two compilation albums (Planet of the Apes in 2004 and Lost (T)apes in 2006), fifteen singles and five video albums.