|Studio album by Lucilectric
|1997 at various studios in Berlin, Hamburg, Wolperath and Stuttgart
|Luci van Org, Ralf Goldkind
Tiefer (German for deeper) is the third and final studio album by the pop rock band Lucilectric. It was released in 1997 on Electrola.
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Lucilectric was a German pop/rock duo founded in 1993 by Luci van Org and producer Ralf Goldkind. They are known primarily for their 1994 hit single Mädchen (Girl), which spent 12 weeks in the German Top 10, eventually reaching number two. The single also charted in the Swiss, Austrian and Dutch markets. Hey Süßer, another of single from the same album, also reached the Top 40 in 1994. Lucilectric would go on to record two more albums and eventually separated in 1999.
|"Wild und Gefährlich"
All tracks written by van Org and Goldkind
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