In 1982 three classmates of "Chaos" from Wutanfall founded the Band TASS. No-one could play an instrument, so everyone played this, what he can organized: Andre Friedrich got a acustic guitar at home, Jan Hohmann builded himself a bass by using a A5-picture of an bass as guideline and Thomas Stephan played a collection of garbage cans, dustpans and grandpas marchdrum. First they played raw versions of Rock'nRoll-Songs like "Blue suede shoes", but soon their music became more and more New Wave because of some personal changes. Tilo Hartig and after his moving to UK Christoph Heinemann played the bass, Möbius (later known as "Makarios"), a fan of Joy Division and Bauhaus starts to sing german intellectual lyrics and the name was changed into "Die Zucht"(strict Discipline). The punkband turns to a postpunk-band and the postpunk-band later turns to a band with official permission to play but only after anew renaming to a more pleasant name: DIE ART .
This is their last concert under the name of "Die Zucht"
(I think there were somewhere the first Demo-Tape of Die Art, but i do not find again.
Maybe because you can buy this tape in a remixed version it must be deleted.
15 of 17 songs from my tape was released in a 500 limited vinyl-edition on Crutch-Records, but i do not find this label...
...so if someone of Die Art got Problems with this post, they must leave a comment and i will remove it)