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Die Orsons

Также известно как: Orsons
Члены группы Die Orsons: Bartek Nikodemski, Johannes Bruhns, Lukas Michalczyk, Markus Winter
Группа в интернете: http://www.myspace.com/dieorsons

Дискография Die Orsons:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Die Orsons EP 6 audio iTunes 2009 Chimperator Productions
2 Denn Dein Ist Das Reich Und Die Kraft Und Die Herrlichkeit, In Ewigkeit, Orsons 13 audio iTunes 2009-10-16 Chimperator Productions
3 Das Album 13 audio iTunes 2008-07-25 Chimperator Productions
4 Jetzt EP 9 audio iTunes 2012-03-29 Juice Magazin
5 Sexuell Belästigt 4 audio iTunes 2012-08-31 Chimperator Productions
6 Das Chaos Und Die Ordnung 19 audio iTunes 2012-09-28 Chimperator Productions
7 Horst Und Monika 2 audio iTunes 2012

German hip hop group, consisting of rappers [a=Plan B (12)] and [a=KAAS] as well as rappers/producers [a=Tua] and [a=Maeckes]. The name "Die Orsons" (The Orsons) was first used from 2006 to 2008 for a number of tracks on which these artists collaborated and which were included on the members' releases ("Orsons kleine Farm" and "Orsons große Scheune" on albums by Maeckes & Plan B, "Orsons Saustall" on a KAAS mixtape). Since 2008, there have been releases officially credited to the Orsons name. Their name refers to Jim Davis' comic strip "U.S. Acres" ("Orsons Farm" in Germany). Around the time of their first album, they humorously built a fake biography arond their band, saying that they were a boygroup of pigs living on a farm (Davis' comic strip depicts the life of farm animals, with the main character Orson being a pig). As a boygroup, each member had a specific "character" (for example, Tua was the "bad boy" of the group). They also had fictional villains, the group "Die Flic Flacs". However, this act was put down by the time of their second album. Musically and lyrically, Die Orsons serves as an outlet for the artists involved where they can break free from certain restraints they have in their solo careers. Their music has many pop and rock influences and the lyrics often revolve around nonsense jokes, though their work since 2009 has also shown musical excursions into dubstep and more insightful lyrics. For example, they covered [a=Soulja Boy]'s "Turn My Swag On", turning it into a slow ballad about the life of child soldiers. Die Orsons have been on tour with artists such as [a=Fettes Brot] and [a=Herbert Grönemeyer] and have worked with [a=Rummelsnuff], [a=Cro] and [a=MC Basstard].

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