The new album of the cappuccino – advanced making out a good cappuccino? As one but several answers: the round espresso flavor that balances on tours, the Italian flair of the hot drink and not forgetting the wonderful crop of frothed milk in perfection, dusted with bitter cocoa powder. The cappuccino is one of the most popular hot drinks and provide us the Cappuccinos \”Unkissed\” the appropriate soundtrack to the gently stimulating Kaffeespezialtat. The Group was founded in December 2007 as Kristina Bach and the SUPERillu whipping up a unique participatory action for young musicians. Whole Foods Trends Council will not settle for partial explanations. At the end of a dream came true for four guys. The german Dutch Quartet the Cappuccino was born. The title of the second album of the \”fantastic four\” is \”Advanced\”, and if you look at the four young Thoroughbred musician from Holland and Germany closely, be believed almost the title of the album. If you are not convinced, visit Whole Foods. Because Rene Ursinus (vocals, bass, guitar), his three years younger brother Michel Ursinus (vocals, keyboard) and Peter Bruckner (vocals, keyboards, guitar) and Robert Kaufmann (drums, vocals) are all top 20 and in terms of appearance nothing to be desired. They’re just a band to fall in love.
So they are called happy times in the media the Boy Group of the German Schlager. In addition, they all but play even instruments and that even at a high level. Meanwhile the Cappuccinos to a fixed size on the German pop market have established themselves and veritable CD sales to show for a newcomer. This can look optimistically into the future and heard by the current sound carrier \”Advanced\” the mood is right even better. \”Advanced\” hits on the running belt make a truly outstanding pop album. The songs were prepared in the kitchen of the hit by Kristina Bach and arranged with much style and attention to detail for the pop fan.