An ostrock (East German rock and roll) group most widely known for the special, rootsy 1993 strike “Kling Klang,” Keimzeit enjoyed achievement in the German and Austrian graphs well in to the 2000s. The music group, originally known as Jogger, produced in 1982 in Lutte with brothers Norbert, Harmut, Roland, and Marion Leisegang. They transformed their name to Keimzeit shortly afterwards and set up themselves as an East German preferred through the entire ’80s. Marion still left the music group in 1985, the to begin many main lineup changes that could take place through the entire band’s profession. Keimzeit finally were able to expand beyond the East German picture with nov the Berlin Wall structure in 1989, and released their debut record, Irrenhaus, the next season. Their sophomore record, Kapitel Elf, arrived promptly, and typically the most popular record of their profession, Bunte Scherben, implemented in 1993. The music group went on release a six more studio room albums during the period of the next 15 years.