La Hermandad – En El Principio Fue El Ruido

La Hermandad – En El Principio Fue El Ruido

La hermandad - en el principio fue el ruido (The brotherhood - in the beginning was noise), subtitled En el final fue el silencio (In the end was silence) is a special album by the German punk band Die Toten Hosen for a release in Argentina. It is marketed as an Argentinian version of In aller Stille, although it also contains remixes from Zurück zum Glück. In addition to 9 original songs from In aller Stille and 6 remixes from Zurück zum Glück era there are also 3 new songs, of which 2 feature lyrics in both Spanish and German ("Vida desesperada" and "Viva la muerte") and one is purely in Spanish ("Uno, dos, ultraviolento"), a cover from Los Violadores, oldest Argentine punk band. The album will also be available in Germany.

A live video was made for "Uno, dos, ultraviolento" in Argentina in El Teatro. The performance was filmed with a finger camera.

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