En Garde

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Haudegen's first album Schlicht & Ergreifend was an impressive success: it entered the German charts at number nine and stayed in the Top 100 for 23 weeks. Sixteen months after the release of their debut, Haudegen released a follow-up, 2012's En Garde, which finds them headed in the same musical direction. Their Deutschrock has little to do with the music of Böhse Onkelz or Frei.Wild, but instead sounds like a tougher, heavier version of Klaus Lage or Westernhagen. En Garde, which is also available as a two-disc edition with a bonus track ("Tintenfass & Feder" featuring German Liedermacher Reinhard Mey) and a DVD, entered the German charts at number five.

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