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Артист: Triplane feat. Juli Название: Fade Away Жанр: Trance Год выхода: 2013 Издатель (лейбл): Pulsar Recordings Номер по каталогу: PULSAR084 О музыке:
After all the banging instrumentals it's time to deal with some vocal trance tracks, don't you think? Our newest vocal release comes from
Triplane, a progressive trance project by Serbian trio that was founded back in 2011, but only now we're seeing a daylight of their first
productions. Their debut release 'Fade Away' features vocals by Juli, who's voice complements this production so graciously that you
wonder why you haven't heard this angelic voice before? Beneath of that, Triplane delivered a cutting edge progressive trance instrumental with
pounding beats and electrifying leading synths that add that much needed club feel to it. To reach the perfection, they composed an overly emotional
piano melody that is released in the breakdown adding its memorable key ingredient, and right there you know why we still call this genre, trance, as
it will put you exactly in that state of a mind.
Juli is a German rock/pop band from Gieen, Hesse, consisting of singer Eva Briegel, guitarists Jonas Pfetzing and Simon Triebel, bassist
Andreas "Dedi" Herde and drummer Marcel Rmer. The band was formed with this lineup from the band Sunnyglade in 2001.
In 1996 Sunnyglade was formed without a female singer, as an all-male band, consisting of Andreas "Dedi" Herde, Martin Mller (drums), Jonas Pfetzing,
Marcel Rmer and Simon Triebel, who was also the singer. A female lead singer, Miriam Adameit, soon joined the band. With this lineup, they recorded an
album called Pictures of My Mind (1998), which sold 500 copies. When Adameit and Mller decided to leave the band in 2000, they were joined by Eva
Briegel and Marcel Rmer, and the list of band members has not changed since. At that time, the group (still calling itself Sunnyglade) focused on
writing and performing songs with English lyrics, and they enjoyed their first major success when they won the Hessischer Rockpreis 2000 and finished
second in the Deutscher Pop-Preis contest.
After the signing of their first recording contract with EMI in early 2001, Sunnyglade started working on recordings with producer Lutz
Fahrenkrog-Petersen. Soon the quintet decided to turn to songs with German lyrics. At this time they also abandoned the name Sunnyglade and all their
songs, and renamed themselves Juli, which they chose from the song with the same name by another band from Berlin called Tex.
The band's first gigs as Juli took place in June 2002. They recorded their first professional demo in October 2002 with producer Michael Gerlach.
Due to the positive feedback of various record labels, their music publisher decided to organize a showcase, which occurred on January 16, 2003, at
the Oxymoron in Berlin. Three months later, on April 24 Universal Music organized an "Unplugged Showcase" for several artists in front of a jury.
Singer Eva Briegel and guitarist Jonas Pfetzing contributed four songs in the name of the band. Presumably their record contract was a result of that
performance; they got the contract on the recommendation of an A R rep who had seen them perform on January 16 and recommended them. In August 2003,
four years after they had set that goal, they signed their first recording contract at Popkomm in Cologne.
Commercial breakthrough: "Perfekte Welle" "Es ist Juli"
In June 2004, Juli release their debut single "Perfekte Welle", which turned into a kind of anthem for the new rise in popularity of German song
lyrics, and also gave its name to a collection of compilations of music with German lyrics (Perfekte Welle - Musik von hier). Though the single
debuted at a modest number 38 on the German singles charts and instantly fell out of the top 40 in its second week, the song soon recovered and due to
heavy radio airplay and massive CD single sales, "Perfekte Welle" finally entered the German top 10 in its eleventh week. The song peaked at number 2
four months after release and eventually received a Gold certification. However, "Perfekte Welle" (German for "Perfect Wave") was the subject of
controversy and was banned from radio and TV stations after the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake (see below). The song later became and currently is
available for download for Rock Band the video game.
The band's critically acclaimed debut album Es ist Juli was released in September 2004 and peaked at #2 in Germany, #4 in Austria and #7 in
Switzerland, selling more than 700,000 copies within a few months. By July 2006, it had sold over 1 million copies, and thus reached the status of a
quadruple platinum record. Though the album became the fourth most successful album of the year (it stayed and in the German top 25 charts for a
complete year) and it spawned another four singles, only "Geile Zeit", the album's second single, made it into the German Top 20. The song was
the winning title of the first Bundesvision Song Contest in which Juli represented their home province of Hesse. In July of the same year, Juli
participated in the Berlin Live 8 concert.
After participating in a radio-tour organized by Eins Live through Nordrhein-Westfalen in September 2004, Juli started their own club tour through
Germany, which was completely sold out. After that followed a tour opening for Rosenstolz through Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
After the tsunami disaster in southeast Asia in December 2004, when tidal waves killed more than 280,000 people, most radio stations took "Perfekte
Welle" out of rotation right away, because, according to them, its lyrics had become involuntarily ambiguous and could cause offense. The song is
actually about a surfer who is waiting for a wave to ride on, a metaphor for taking chances after long periods of waiting and hoping. Apparently at
various radio stations during the first few days after the catastrophe, because of auto rotation, the song popped up right after reports from the
affected area, and some of the audience considered this to be deliberate sarcasm. Some fans tried to convince the stations that the song had a
positive message and nothing to do with the disaster, but the band and Universal Music showed understanding with the stations.
On February 12, 2005, Juli won the first prize in the Bundesvision Song Contest in their home, Hesse, with the song "Geile Zeit". A few days later the
real "Es ist Juli" tour started, in which the band played many concerts and festival gigs. They spent most of the 2005 on tour. They also participated
in the Live 8 concert in Berlin, where they performed the songs "Geile Zeit" and "Perfekte Welle". At that time three more singles were released:
"Regen und Meer", "Warum", and "November", but none had the same success as their predecessor. The video of "Regen und Meer" got some attention in the
media, because the band was playing the part of a terrorist group from 1977 and referred directly to the Red Army Faction (RAF) and the abduction and
murder of Hanns-Martin Schleyer.
The second album: Ein neuer Tag
Eva Briegel live on the Ein neuer Tag tour.
From third quarter 2005 onwards, the band made very few official appearances, choosing instead to retreat to Bochum to work on their second studio
album. The band decided to keep the overall tone of the album quieter and more mature than their previous one. During 2006 they played mainly in
festivals, such as the Schlossgrabenfest, Donauinselfest, and the Soundgarden Festival. In July 2006, the new album was finally completed. The time
before the release of the album Ein neuer Tag (A New Day) was filled with PR work. On September 22, 2006, the first single of the album "Dieses Leben"
was released, and it hit the top 5 single charts right away. On October 13, Ein neuer Tag finally hit the album charts. It sold 75,000 copies within
the first week and reached position 18 in the World United Album Charts, and with more than 200,000 pre-orders, it had already reached platinum status
by the release date.
On November 30, 2006, Juli won the German Bambi-award in the category music national, and on December 7, 2006, they were awarded the Eins-Live-Krone,
Germany's most important radio listener award.
After the release of "Wir Beide", the second single from the album, Juli started touring to support Ein neuer Tag. Some of the concerts sold out weeks
in advance or had to be moved into larger venues. After playing in festivals in summer, they will start the second leg of their tour in autumn.
Originally they had planned "Am Besten sein" to be their next single, which was to be released in January 2007. However, the third single finally was
On 7 July 2007 Juli performed at the German leg of Live Earth in Hamburg.
In April 2007, the song Stolen by Dashboard Confessional was rerecorded as a duet between lead singer Eva Briegel and Chris Carrabba and released on
27 July 2007.
In September 2007, there will be a couple of new releases. On 21 September, the song "Ein neuer Tag" from the album of the same name will be released.
One week later, on 28 September, a live DVD and a live album will be released, both with the name "Ein neuer Tag - live".
Juli do not see themselves as a rock band, but call their own music style "alternative pop". They put high expectations into their lyrics and are
always trying to reach more of an adult audience rather than teenagers.
Juli are one of Germany's most-played bands on the radio; their first three singles ("Perfekte Welle", "Geile Zeit", and "Regen und Meer") all
reached the top of Germany's airplay charts and all remained in the Top 10 for several months. "Dieses Leben" also repeated this success. It
remained number one for five consecutive weeks. They also managed to reach the top 5 with their current single.