How a German electronic music legend helped build an international electronic music scene

The name “Nero” means “no music” in German, and it’s the first thing you learn when you walk into a German music school.

But the name is actually a contraction of the name of a famous Berlinian band in the early 1990s, a group that made electronic music a central part of its sound.

Their music, which was recorded in both German and English, became a huge hit with young Berliners.

Their debut album, The Beginning of the End, became an international best-seller.

Its success inspired young German artists to pursue music that was also electronic, often incorporating electronic instruments like keyboards and synths into their own work.

The group’s name was taken from an early electronic-music video of the band playing an old-school piano.

The name was then shortened to “Neros” and the group became known as the Berliner Neos.

In the years after the group’s debut, the group formed a second band, Nero.

That band released three albums: the first, NERO, came out in 1997, followed in 1998 by NERO 2, and NERO 3, which came out the following year.

The band became one of the most successful electronic-metal bands in history.

They have also recorded three live albums.

In 2003, Neros frontman Christian Vänsch and the band released NERO 4, a follow-up to the band’s breakthrough album.

But they have yet to release another record.

After the band disbanded in 2011, the name was resurrected in a series of name changes, as NERO.

The first one was NERO: Electronic Music, which debuted in 2011.

The second was Nero: Live.

In 2017, the band rebranded itself as Nero Elemisch.

The third was Neros: Vocal.

The title NERO Elemische was chosen by the band in a vote.

The result of the vote was announced on the band website.

“The name NERO was selected from the most popular votes in our community of users,” the website said.

The new name has been widely adopted by the music industry and fans.

“We have been honored by this,” Nero’s band leader Christian Vünsch told the press.

NER is short for Neues-Verhandlungspolitik (Nation of Singers). “

In the end, NERS was the name we chose and that was the most important.”

NER is short for Neues-Verhandlungspolitik (Nation of Singers).

In the early 90s, the German-language news site BILD reported that NER was inspired by a group of young Berlin musicians, called the NERF-ers, who played a kind of electronic dance music.

The young Berlinans made their own electronic music, and the NERSF-er group formed an underground community and toured widely, eventually landing the band a record deal.

The NERS-ers also made a name for themselves in Germany’s electronic music scenes.

They played at major festivals like Berlin’s Bonnaroo and also played at music festivals, including Berlin’s Lollapalooza, where they were known for playing live.

“When I started to study music in college, I was always fascinated by the young musicians and the scene,” Vüsch said.

“And I remember being very inspired by them.”

The NERf-ers had a large following in Germany.

According to BILD, they had sold 1.4 million copies of their first album, NERG, by the time the band split up in 1991.

The release of the NERO album brought in over 5 million sales, the most of any band from Germany.

NER also made waves in the U.S., which had seen a wave of young electronic-rock bands like the Black Keys, Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden.

NERO sold around 3 million copies in the United States, the highest number of any electronic-pop band in history, according to Billboard.

“I was lucky,” Väsch told The Associated Press in 2017.

“There was no reason for me to stay in Berlin.

It was a very, very happy place.

It’s just such a big city.

The only thing that was hard was I was just young.

I was very lucky in that the German music scene has been so huge, so vibrant and so vibrant. “

Even now, I’m still very lucky.

I was very lucky in that the German music scene has been so huge, so vibrant and so vibrant.

And it’s such a beautiful country.”

A lot of the German fans who listened to NERO’s music were also fans of the electronic-punk band Meshuggah, whose music has a strong influence on NERO as well. Mesh