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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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a review from frequencymagazine.net

Post  dianahTH on Sun Oct 31, 2010 12:39 am

It’s the one-year anniversary of Humanoid, the infamous, yet largely overlooked, electronic effort from love-them-or-hate-them band, Tokio Hotel. At Frequency, we’re giving these German rockers a second look.

The group’s story is a familiar one: In 2005, “Durch den Monsun” transported Tokio Hotel from small town Magdeburg to the “big time” (or perhaps, its German language equivalent). The four boys — twins Bill and Tom Kaulitz, bassist Georg Listing, and drummer Gustav Schäfer — quickly dominated the European, teen-screaming, fan-girling sonic landscape with songs of angst and rebellion, belief and hope.

Fast forward five years — and seemingly, not much has changed. Humanoid, the band’s latest bilingual effort, attracted the same ever-invasive press and ecstatic fans as its debut, Schrei, did. Yet it’s the pressure of that very press, those very fans (I use that term carefully) that took Tokio Hotel’s sound to the next level. That growth shocked and alienated (no pun intended) many and resulted in a commercial disappointment for the band, relatively speaking .

We’re looking back on what the mainstream missed.

The Guy Chambers-penned gem, “World Behind My Wall” gives a raw, mature ballad-take on the darkness of fame. It’s an all-too-familiar subject: Between broken beer bottles, break-ins, and stalkers posing as “fans,” the past two years have not been kind to the band. “Dogs Unleashed” transforms this battle into catchy electro-funk, while the pulsing, Queen-esque intro beat of “Hey You” and self-proclaimed Kaulitz twins-favorite, “Noise,” find the band in full force and ready to fight.

“Hello! The end is near/Hello! We’re still standing here,” proclaims Bill on the sci-fi (and slight Pink Floyd name-yank) “Darkside of the Sun.” This track, the third single, is one of the album’s strongest. Amplifying the elements of lead single, “Automatic,” “Darkside” is equal parts atmosphere, ease, and trademark Tokio Hotel defiance.

Somber closer, “Zoom into Me,” interrupts this steady electro-stream, but serves as a heartfelt follow-up to Scream‘s “By Your Side.”

Humanoid might have misled those expecting repeats of Scream and Zimmer 483 — but it was far from a misstep. As if those opinions matter: Tokio Hotel is, as the title track suggests, “against the rules” — and the band wouldn’t settle for anything less.
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Post  -Nancy- on Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:33 am

Hm, I like this article. There's an impartial assessment of the album and I think there's nothing to add Smile
Humanoid, the band’s latest bilingual effort, attracted the same ever-invasive press and ecstatic fans as its debut, Schrei, did. Yet it’s the pressure of that very press, those very fans (I use that term carefully) that took Tokio Hotel’s sound to the next level. That growth shocked and alienated (no pun intended) many and resulted in a commercial disappointment for the band, relatively speaking .
This is the only thing: I think Schrei was more popular Razz
And "commercial disappointment"... oh yes *sighs*

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Post  dianahTH on Sun Oct 31, 2010 12:24 pm

commercial dissapointment?i don't think so.. Shocked
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