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Tokio Hotel Rock Theatrical Homecoming Show


Following the release of Humanoid, their breakthrough 2009 album, Tokio Hotel traveled around the world filling venues, teasing their hair out huge and delivering big hooks and even bigger beats to thousands of fans. The band found themselves in familiar surroundings on Sunday (February 28), as German quartet — consisting of brothers Bill Kaulitz and Tom Kaulitz, along with Georg Listing & Gustav Schafer — filled the Color Line Arena in Hamburg, Germany for a homecoming concert.
The group have managed to hone their sound profoundly, and the songs from Humanoid — especially the singles “Automatic” and “World Behind My Wall” — sounded like old favorites next to the rest of the young band’s already deep catalog.
Plenty of people make a big deal out of the fashion choices of Lady Gaga, Ke$ha and Adam Lambert, but Bill Kaulitz’s forward-thinking approach to rock and roll clothes is just as progressive. His outfit in Hamburg was especially fascinating, combining elements of David Bowie, Trent Reznor, “Edward Scissorhands” and Evan Lysacek. It was a fantastically dark and sparkly approach to typical frontman garb.
Tokio Hotel’s stay in their home country won’t be especially long, as they continue to weave their way through Europe over the next six weeks, including stops in Denmark, Norway, France, Italy, Switzerland and Russia. Will they be back in the United States for the summer festival season? Here’s hoping they make another trip back before too long.

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