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Vicki Vomit

The moniker of satirist and musician Jens Hellman, Vicki Vomit was a persona that poked fun at several social monuments during the period of its career, sometimes irking those targets enough into litigious behavior. Vomit, in other words Hellman, got his begin in the music business as an adolescent in the rock-band Prinzz in the first ’80s. The music group underwent some adjustments, notably in name (they truly became Blitzz in the past due ’80s) and released the record Perform the Blitzz in 1989. The music group soon split up — in 1992 — and Hellman made the Vicki Vomit persona. As Vomit, Hellmann released his initial record in 1994, entitled Ein Schritt Nach Vorn. Music of Vomit’s shortly started showing up on compilations, and he (and his music group) started launching albums at a reasonably steady price for another a decade. In 2004, a live Dvd movie was released, entitled Live, and in 2006 Hellmann and his group released the record Für N Appel und N Ei.

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