Malaria! was an experimental electronic band from Berlin formed in 1981 by Gudrun Gut and Bettina Köster following the dissolution of Mania D with Karin Luner, Eva Gossling later Die Krupps and Beate Bartel (of Liaisons Dangereuses). Other members included Manon P. Duursma, Christine Hahn, and Susanne Kuhnke (also a member of Die Haut). They are most often associated with Neue Deutsche Welle and post-punk.Malaria!'s most popular record was New York Passage, which was top 10 in both U.S. and European independent charts and led to a tour with The Birthday Party, John Cale, and Nina Hagen.

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  • Malaria! war eine Berliner All-Girl-Band, die 1981 aus der Formation Mania D hervorging. Sie erzielten während der New-Wave-Bewegung auch internationale Erfolge. Gründungsmitglieder waren Gudrun Gut und Bettina Köster, hinzu kamen Manon Pepita Duursma vom Nina-Hagen-Projekt O.U.T., Christine Hahn, die bereits mit dem Avantgarde-Musiker Glenn Branca zusammenarbeitete sowie Susanne Kuhnke von der Band Die Haut. Der Malaria! Videoclip Geld/Money von Brigitte Bühler zeigt experimentelle Filmkunst. (de)
  • Malaria! è una band tedesca formata da sole donne nel 1981. La loro musica è riconducibile al movimento New Wave e alla Neue Deutsche Welle. I membri fondatori sono stati Gudrun Gut (batteria, chitarra, voce) e Bettina Köster (voce, sassofono), in seguito si aggiunsero Manon Duursma Pepita (chitarra), Christine Hahn (tastiere, batteria, chitarra) e Susanne Kuhnke (sintetizzatore).Il loro titolo più noto è Kaltes Klares Wasser. (it)
  • Malaria! was een Duitse band uit de Neue Deutsche Welle, opgericht in 1981 door Gudrun Gut (zang en slagwerk) en Bettina Köster (zang, saxofoon, mondharmonica), aangevuld door Manon Pepita Duursma (gitaar), Christine Hahn (gitaar en keyboard) en Susanne Kuhnke (synthesizer). Deze laatste drie hadden respectievelijk met Nina Hagen, Glenn Branca en Die Haut samengewerkt. De voorganger van de groep heette Mania D. De band bestond uitsluitend uit vrouwen. Stilistisch varieerde Malaria! tussen darkwave en alternatieve avant-gardemuziek, in de stijl van Einstürzende Neubauten. Hun bekendste nummer was Kaltes Klares Wasser, dat aanvankelijk als live-act voor een tournee in Brussel was gedacht, maar zich snel tot een undergroundhit ontpopte. Deze song werd omstreeks de eeuwwisseling onder andere door Barbara Morgenstern en Chicks on Speed gecoverd. Medio jaren tachtig hield Malaria! ermee op. De drie overgebleven leden Gut, Köster en Duursma brachten vanaf 1992 nieuw werk uit. (nl)
  • Malaria! was an experimental electronic band from Berlin formed in 1981 by Gudrun Gut and Bettina Köster following the dissolution of Mania D with Karin Luner, Eva Gossling later Die Krupps and Beate Bartel (of Liaisons Dangereuses). Other members included Manon P. Duursma, Christine Hahn, and Susanne Kuhnke (also a member of Die Haut). They are most often associated with Neue Deutsche Welle and post-punk.Malaria!'s most popular record was New York Passage, which was top 10 in both U.S. and European independent charts and led to a tour with The Birthday Party, John Cale, and Nina Hagen. There are videos for the songs "Geld/Money," "Your Turn To Run," and "You, You" (directed by Anne Carlisle) along with a live video for "Thrash Me" featured in a German documentary called Super 80. In 2001 an EP of Malaria! covers entitled Versus was released and included a popular cover of "Kaltes Klares Wasser" by Chicks on Speed. (en)
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  • Malaria! war eine Berliner All-Girl-Band, die 1981 aus der Formation Mania D hervorging. Sie erzielten während der New-Wave-Bewegung auch internationale Erfolge. Gründungsmitglieder waren Gudrun Gut und Bettina Köster, hinzu kamen Manon Pepita Duursma vom Nina-Hagen-Projekt O.U.T., Christine Hahn, die bereits mit dem Avantgarde-Musiker Glenn Branca zusammenarbeitete sowie Susanne Kuhnke von der Band Die Haut. Der Malaria! Videoclip Geld/Money von Brigitte Bühler zeigt experimentelle Filmkunst. (de)
  • Malaria! è una band tedesca formata da sole donne nel 1981.La loro musica è riconducibile al movimento New Wave e alla Neue Deutsche Welle. I membri fondatori sono stati Gudrun Gut (batteria, chitarra, voce) e Bettina Köster (voce, sassofono), in seguito si aggiunsero Manon Duursma Pepita (chitarra), Christine Hahn (tastiere, batteria, chitarra) e Susanne Kuhnke (sintetizzatore).Il loro titolo più noto è Kaltes Klares Wasser. (it)
  • Malaria! was een Duitse band uit de Neue Deutsche Welle, opgericht in 1981 door Gudrun Gut (zang en slagwerk) en Bettina Köster (zang, saxofoon, mondharmonica), aangevuld door Manon Pepita Duursma (gitaar), Christine Hahn (gitaar en keyboard) en Susanne Kuhnke (synthesizer). Deze laatste drie hadden respectievelijk met Nina Hagen, Glenn Branca en Die Haut samengewerkt. De voorganger van de groep heette Mania D. De band bestond uitsluitend uit vrouwen.Medio jaren tachtig hield Malaria! ermee op. De drie overgebleven leden Gut, Köster en Duursma brachten vanaf 1992 nieuw werk uit. (nl)
  • Malaria! was an experimental electronic band from Berlin formed in 1981 by Gudrun Gut and Bettina Köster following the dissolution of Mania D with Karin Luner, Eva Gossling later Die Krupps and Beate Bartel (of Liaisons Dangereuses). Other members included Manon P. Duursma, Christine Hahn, and Susanne Kuhnke (also a member of Die Haut). They are most often associated with Neue Deutsche Welle and post-punk.Malaria!'s most popular record was New York Passage, which was top 10 in both U.S. and European independent charts and led to a tour with The Birthday Party, John Cale, and Nina Hagen. (en)
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