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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

I prefer electric shaver. Razor is a bloody thing. I once used a razor and looked - simply said - destroyed.

I prefer electric shaver. Razor is a bloody thing. I once used a razor and looked - simply said - destroyed.
Ok, I did not look as destroyed as this guy, but it was pretty close to it.

Meeting Rosemary Spiten, the Hawaiian dream girl

Rosemary Spiten, singing about Hawaiian dream. The music and videos show a typical cliche of Hawaii, everything you dream about if you think of Hawaii.

She showed me a video. You see Hawaiian people dancing Hawaiian dance. The music is modern disco / dance style.

The show can be booked for events.

Rosemary was born in Hawaii and lives in Norway. "So you are European! But why do you live in Norway?" "Because of love.", she replied. Nice story!

Strange things happen on Midem in Cannes / France.

Wow! Via archive.org you can browse old versions of websites. Funny, here is ours 1999: http://web.archive.org/web/19990125092545/http://vienna.cc/

Wow! Via archive.org you can browse old versions of websites.
Funny, here is ours 1999: http://web.archive.org/web/19990125092545/http://vienna.cc/

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Album "Dreamgirl" is out now. Listen here for #free. (Isn't that a strange album cover?)

Vienna, Austria, March 12, 2014

New album "Dreamgirl" by ViennaCC is available in about 100 online stores like iTunes and Amazon. The album contains 18 songs of the genres pop / rock. There are also influences from dance, dubstep and folk rock.

The themes are about love ("Dreamgirl", "Say Yes", "I Love You",...), dance ("The Beat", "If You Wanna Dance", "Never Stop The Music"), positive feelings ("Good As Can Be", "This Is The Moment", "Let's Do Action"), and also political movement Occupy ("Days Of Rage") and murder ("What Happened Here").

Lean back right now and feel it. Can you feel it?

Lean back right now and feel it. Can you feel it?

Wild, Wild Game To Play - a #poetry

Wild, Wild Game To Play


Zapping on through my tv
Music, news and tragedy
Watch my favourite episode
Big success produced abroad