The dream is gone, or the heirs of Outland

The dream is gone, or the heirs of Outland

The dream is gone, or the heirs of the fragments

  Rio Reiser and his band One Ton considered as the epitome of West Germany’s culture of protest in the early seventies. “No power for nobody,” “power break, which makes you break” and just giving the title piece “The dream is over” were hymen, which is against the rich, smug-middle-class lifestyle in the years between ’68 and Helmut Kohl introduced mental-turned moral turnaround. And later, in times of peace and anti-nuclear movement, the shards belonged to the cultural heritage of

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