At that time, popular songs were based on extremely simple structures that were ornately produced. Trio's main principle was to remove almost all the ornamentation and polish from their songs, and to use the simplest practical structures most of their songs were three-chord songs. For this reason, many of their songs are restricted to drums, guitar, vocals, and just one or maybe two other instruments, if any at all.
Bass was used very infrequently until their later songs, and live shows often saw Remmler playing some simple pre-programmed rhythms and melodies on his small Casio VL-1 keyboard while Behrens played his drums with one hand and ate an apple with the other.
Remmler used a contact microphone on his throat to achieve a different timbre to his voice on lyrics where he stepped away from the regular mic. It had another three top ten hits in Germany until the end of , then disbanded the following year. The covers of German "Da da da ich lieb' dich nicht du liebst mich nicht aha aha aha" with year of release in parentheses wherever available:.
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I'm gonna take a giant stab in the dark and guess Trio I think the song is called Dada. Retrieved 18 February October Learn how and when to remove this template message. Several explanations have been given by various members of the movement as to how it received its name. Critics have even cited Dadaist influences on the punk rock movement of the s.
Stephan Remmler Gert "Kralle" Krawinkel. This section indiscriminately collects miscellaneous information. Please compress this material to remove any irrelevant or unimportant information. Are We Not New Wave? Modern Pop at the Turn of the s. University of Michigan Press. Retrieved 14 May Retrieved 18 January Although Schwitters used Dadaistic material—bits of rubbish—to create his works, he achieved a refined formalism that was uncharacteristic of Dada anti-art. In Paris, Dada took on a literary emphasis under one of its founders, the poet Tristan Tzara. After , however, Dada began to lose its force.
Dada had far-reaching effects on the art of the 20th century. Its nihilistic, antirationalistic critiques of society and its unrestrained attacks on all formal artistic conventions found no immediate inheritors, but its preoccupation with the bizarre, the irrational, and the fantastic bore fruit in the Surrealist movement.
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The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: Its program of calculated nonsense was inspired by a deep revulsion against the insanity of war and the positivist view that the world had sense and meaning.
Dada ism soon gave way, though, to the more durable Surrealist movement, whose principal theorist and founder was…. Dada , as the movement was called, owed much to the iconoclasm of the Cubists and to the polemical tactics of the Futurists. Nonetheless, its attack on art was fundamentally artistic; one wing of the avant-garde owed allegiance to the Dada ist tradition.
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