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Jingo de Lunch

A German music group that brought jointly five skilled punk rockers from a small number of rings (Tom Schwoll of Zerstörte Jugend, Sepp Ehrensberger of Vorkriegsjugend, Steve Hahn of Kult-Huren, Henning Menke of varied rings, and Canadian Yvonne Ducksworth of Combat Not really Conform and Manson Youth), Jingo De Lunchtime shaped in 1987 in Kreuzberg. Within a calendar year of convening, they released their initial album, Perpetuum Cell and proceeded to record five even more albums — not forgetting opening up for a few from the genre’s giants — Ramones, Poor Brains — before contacting it per day in 1996. The music group regrouped for a few displays in 1996, and in 2007 — besides celebrating two decades being a collective by touring European countries — released a Compact disc compilation of their early function.

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