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Sun May 01, 2011 10:36 pm by yindale

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» Tokio Hotel's TV special again !!
Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:13 pm by Tham Carmen

» Cody Simpson's a follower too!
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TH on Hitz.FM's Rate the Hitz

Sun May 01, 2011 10:36 pm by yindale

Hurricanes and Suns, which is the most frequently-played TH song on Malaysian radio right now, is listed on "Rate The Hitz"!

What is "Rate The Hitz", you ask? Hitz.FM has lined up some unnamed song snippets, and you get to pick whether you love it or hate it, and how often you'd like to hear it on Hitz. You will even stand a chance to win some cool stuff!

You'll need to sign …

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Tokio Hotel's TV special again !!

Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:13 pm by Tham Carmen

On April 2nd [ next Saturday ] .
There's a Tokio Hotel TV special again .
Its on 8TV , and channel 708 for Astro .
So Don't Forget To Watch It ! Very Happy

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8TV Malaysia TV

Fri Mar 25, 2011 11:09 pm by dianahTH

Stick around Alienoids!!! Watch 8tv tomorrow from 9.30am..there is a Tokio Hotel Tv Sepecial..!! Very Happy

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grab your KLIK March issue

Wed Mar 23, 2011 11:44 pm by dianahTH

As usual,KLIK is one of THeir fan,isn't it?!Grab the 2xA4 size poster in the latest issue! Razz

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Happy Tokio Hotel International Day 2011!

Sun Mar 06, 2011 6:42 pm by dianahTH

On the 16th of April everywhere around the globe Tokio Hotel fans will come together to show their love and support for the band: it's the official Tokio Hotel International Day in 2011. In over 50 cities worldwide, events will be held where fans (described by singer Bill Kaulitz as "the best fans in the world") can join together for various activities. One of these events will be held …

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Songwords of Hurricanes and Suns in Feb issue of Galaxie 2011

Sun Feb 20, 2011 1:08 pm by dianahTH



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Info on Humanoid City Tour screening by TH in Malaysia fb page

Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:38 pm by dianahTH

Right..sooo a few months back we suggested doing a screening of Humanoid City Tour concert in the cinema...so now we are going to try and make that happens
but in order to do that...we would really NEED everyone cooperation and support
more info here


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a fan action by Tokio Hotel in Malaysia

Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:55 pm by dianahTH

Ok heres the thing, alieNation shoyuko and myself (alieNation_s) are making 2 different videos.

one is with ur message for TH (alieNation shoyuko)
u can either send a pic with u holding a board/or video urself with ur msg..like i love u..or come back soon
things... like phone no.&email will b ignored..or cut out...deadline send by FRIDAY,28 Jan
maximum time is 5 seconds...XD..sorry …

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"Best Of" Deluxe is finally here!

Wed Jan 19, 2011 3:40 pm by yindale

It's a bit late, but the Deluxe version of Tokio Hotel's "Best Of" album is finally available in Malaysia!

cheers cheers cheers

I just got a call from Rock Corner, Mid Valley Megamall, where they have just received stock of the Deluxe version! They currently have 2 types of Deluxe: locally-produced, and imported from Germany. The local version is priced at 54.90RM and the …

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Malaysian Today: Welcome to Tokio Hotel

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Malaysian Today: Welcome to Tokio Hotel

Post  yindale on Fri May 07, 2010 12:23 am

MalaysianToday.com recently posted up an article online about Tokio Hotel's KL concert last week!

View the original article here.

Here you go:

Welcome to Tokio Hotel



The pouring rain was no obstacle for die-hard fans of German alt-rock band, Tokio Hotel, as the thousands-strong audience waited - umbrellas up - for the show to begin. And when it did, after a two-hour wait, it was worth it after all.


Sweaty bodies and wet hair may make for an odour to remember, but there was more to remember on the damp evening of May 1 as German alternative-rock-slash-emo-pop band, Tokio Hotel, played their first ever concert in Malaysia, courtesy of TM Streamyx.

If the line outside One Utama Shopping Centre was anything to go by, the quartet of Tom and Bill Kaulitz, Gustav Schafer and Georg Listing has proven that music transcends culture and language. Stretching from the Central Park Avenue until the entrances on the ground floor of the shopping centre, the line resembled nothing less than a mile-long snake of human bodies.

Even though these same bodies would later be drenched from the sudden downpour, nothing dampened their enthusiasm, because the band famous for their flamboyantly pretty, guy-linered frontman and catchy riffs was worth the two-hour wait.

Unfortunately, as the emcee from Hitz.fm warmed up the crowd, it was clear that there were delays in setting up the stage. Fans waited for more than half an hour between the opening acts of Pop Shuvit and Bunkface. Both bands put on a jolly good show - Pop Shuvit with their most recognisable hit, Mara Bahaya, and Bunkface with the ridiculously catchy Situasi, among other songs - but by the time the DJ came on stage for the third time to play yet another remix of Bad Romance, the crowd had begun to grumble.

Still, even though many feet were surely sore from standing still for so long, when lead singer Bill finally ran on stage dressed in black, with a metal-fringe necklace, throats became sore from the screaming. As the rest of the band took their places amidst a creepy, emo-electro riff and blue strobe lights, everyone was clearly awaiting a show to remember.

And Tokio Hotel did not disappoint.

The band went straight to their opening song, Noise, which is also the opening song from their latest English album (and the one that made Tokio Hotel a household name out of their home country), Humanoid.

Stopping between songs only to greet Malaysian fans and to thank them for coming out (no thanks necessary!) the band went on to play 13 more songs, mostly from Humanoid, which spawned their two biggest hits, Automatic and World Behind My Wall. When these two hits were played, the crowd went wild, cheering their hearts (and vocal chords) out and singing along with Bill.

Running off-stage every so often to change his accessories, frontman Bill gyrated, swayed, and tantalised the crowd, sounding and looking exactly how fans have come to love him in the bands' music videos.

Tokio Hotel also played songs from their earlier albums, such as the English version of Ready, Set, Go! and Monsoon, which they sang in their native tongue. The fans knew the lyrics too, and sang along, even if they were not sure what the words meant.

There was no fuss, no muss (though bassist Georg must have had a fan blowing in his face, because his long brown locks was flying out behind him, making him a photographer's delight), just good music that left fans wanting more.

But all too soon, it was over, after just an hour - but the band promised, irrevocably, that they will be back.

Hint: that they will be 'doing something with MTV' and will definitely be seeing Malaysian fans again!

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Re: Malaysian Today: Welcome to Tokio Hotel

Post  tenshizora on Fri May 07, 2010 12:37 am

AWESOME ! ^^

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Re: Malaysian Today: Welcome to Tokio Hotel

Post  yindale on Fri May 07, 2010 1:04 am

tenshizora wrote:AWESOME ! ^^
Yep. It makes me feel so nostalgic... x)

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Re: Malaysian Today: Welcome to Tokio Hotel

Post  Quinby Yan on Sun May 09, 2010 7:52 pm

There was no fuss, no muss (though bassist Georg must have had a fan blowing in his face, because his long brown locks was flying out behind him, making him a photographer's delight), just good music that left fans wanting more.

xD! AHHAHAHAH!!! What a nice review...

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