QL

Swiss punks QL certainly are a fun-spirited cover music group that debuted to TOP success in 2004 using the record Heimatschutz and preserved their success over time that followed. Founded in 2001 in Biel, Switzerland, the music group is made up of Pät (bass, vocals), Stämpf (acoustic guitar, vocals), Sägi (acoustic guitar), and Tosi (drums). They produced their full-length recording debut in 2004 with Heimatschutz, a Swiss German dialect assortment of addresses performed inside a punk design. Made by Christoph Beyerlein, the recording was a big strike, peaking at quantity six for the Swiss albums graph and spending six weeks right in the very best Ten. Heimatschutz spawned the strike music “Ewigi Liäbi” and continues to be a fan preferred. The follow-up albums Luscht (2005) and Schwi!zerchracher (2007) were also big strikes, both peaking in number three for the Swiss graphs. Both of these follow-up albums had been then compiled for the triple-disc collection Eurochracher (2008) plus a stand-alone EP with four different variations from the band’s 2004 soccer anthem, “Hopp Schwiiz.” Pursuing some time aside, QL returned this year 2010 making use of their 4th recording, Humba Tätärä (2010), another Best Five strike. Billed to QL and Pepe Lienhard Horns, it features the singles “Sonderzug Can be Radio” and “I Liebe Di” and is basically comprised of unique material.

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