CAMOUFLAGE

Biography

Camouflage is a German synth-pop and new wave band that was formed in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany in 1984. The band consists of members Heiko Maile, Marcus Meyn, and Oliver Kreyssig. Over the years, the lineup has changed, but Maile and Meyn have remained constant members since the band’s inception.

Camouflage gained recognition in the late 1980s with their debut album “Voices & Images,” which included hit singles such as “The Great Commandment” and “Strangers’ Thoughts.” The album was well-received by fans and critics alike, establishing the band as a prominent figure in the electronic music scene.

Throughout their career, Camouflage has released several albums, each showcasing their distinctive blend of synthesizers, drum machines, and Meyn’s emotive vocals. Some of their notable albums include “Methods of Silence,” “Bodega Bohemia,” and “Sensor.”

Camouflage’s music is characterized by its atmospheric sound, introspective lyrics, and catchy melodies, often exploring themes of love, loss, and human emotions. The band’s music has been influential in the synth-pop genre, inspiring other artists and gaining a dedicated fan base around the world.

Despite experiencing periods of hiatus, Camouflage has continued to create music and perform live, maintaining their status as a respected and enduring presence in the electronic music scene. With a career spanning several decades, Camouflage remains a beloved and influential band, known for their innovative sound and captivating performances.

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06.03.2015 Electronic Synth-pop CD
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CAMOUFLAGE

Greyscale

06.03.2015 Electronic Synth-pop CD
18,49  Add to cart