Viennese pop duo Papermoon was founded in 1991 by guitarist Christof Straub and singer Edina Thalhammer. Their combination of folk and pop quickly collected interest when Austrian radio train station ?-3 performed their track “Night time After Night time” on large rotation in 1992. The group got a record agreement with BMG and released their debut recording, Inform Me a Poem, the same 12 months. The recording reached dual platinum, offering over 100,000 models and reaching number 1 around the Austrian recording charts (the solitary “Inform Me a Poem” reached number 4 and continued to be in the graphs for 17 weeks), however the two follow-up albums, The Globe in Lucy’s Eye (1994) and Papermoon (1996), had been less successful, despite the fact that they both reached precious metal. In 1996, Thalhammer remaining the group, and she was changed by Roumina Straub and by Barbara Pichler, but aside from a best-of compilation with three fresh tracks (2002’s Recent and Present) and a fresh solitary (“Doop Doop”), no fresh material premiered. When Thalhammer’s single task Tau, founded in 2002, demonstrated unsuccessful, she came back towards the group in 2004. The music group has effectively released several fresh albums since, and their 2005 launch REAL LOVE was awarded the Amadeus Austrian Music Award in 2006. Their 2007 recording Verzaubert may be the 1st launch to feature specifically German lyrics — a few of them variations of previous Papermoon singles.