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Pe Schorowsky

The drummer Pe Schorowsky was created on July 15, 1964 in Hösbach, Germany and is principally known to be a founding member and longtime drummer from the German rock-band Böhse Onkelz. The group was created in 1980 and founded itself as an important area of the German rock and roll picture — with seven number 1 albums to its name — until its eventual separation in 2005. Following the music group split, Schorowsky in the beginning pursued other passions: in 2005 he released the book Advanced: Aliens, Fliegenschiss & Mamas BH, and in 2007 brought style collection Sinfin-Rox available on the market. With his origins still strongly in the music market, Schorowsky came back in 2012 along with his first solo recording, Dreck und Seelenbrokat, which presented Yen guitarist Chris Fütterer and Edguy bassist Tobias Exxel.

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