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Before I even locate the well-appointed midtown Manhattan hotel that Tokio Hotel is staying in, I hear the unmistakable sounds of giddy teenage girls. This is a common sight and sound wherever the handsome, young men of Tokio Hotel might be, anywhere around the globe. Yes, the multi-platinum, worldwide phenomenon Tokio Hotel is back with a seriously polished and seriously addictive new record in Humanoid. And the girls, well, the little girls understand. They rarely seem to talk of anything else as I spend 30 minutes in their orbit. Decked out in their finest Hot Topic or Torrid fashions, lacey black skirts, heavy makeup, t-shirts bearing the German band’s insignia, the girls excitedly talk to band personnel about which members of the band they have seen on the day. I hear directives and squeals mentioning “Bill, Oh my God!” and “Georg… sooooo cute!” They will be at Best Buy later for the guys’ appearance and signing, of course, and will continue to pine and yearn and make me jealous for the innocent, halcyon days of loving a band so much your heart might just burst. And after I spend 10 minutes with the guys in Tokio Hotel — brothers Bill and Tom Kaulitz, Gustav Schafer and Georg Listing — I can’t say I blame them.

Sitting across from Tokio Hotel in their hotel room, lead singer Bill is every bit the superhero he projects on stage, to a startling degree. Stunning, really, but then again, so is Georg. The sight of Bill in full rock star mode can’t be accurately summed up, but suffice it to say, the visual effect of his makeup, Mohawk and tight pants is incendiary and really quite genius. The boys are humble and gracious; and when I mention the girls on the sidewalk outside of their hotel, they all grin and inquire more about them. Their fans, you see, are priority numero uno for them, and I believe it. Tokio Hotel gives what they get; they connect.

You are so young to have produced a record of such confidence and maturity. How did the recording process go in comparison with Scream?
Bill Kaulitz: Tom and me, we co-produced this album, for the very first time, which was really, really cool. So, basically we produced it with our co-producers from the first record. We’re like one huge family in the studio. Everyone knows each other very well, so it’s really [a] family thing. We went into the studio for like, one year, and we tried so many different things, and this record is more electronic, so it’s a new sound.

Tom Kaulitz: Essentially, with the production, we wanted to create a new sound [for us].

Bill: Yeah. It was really time for us to be creative and write new stuff, because we were on the road with the last record for such a long time. I think in December we played our last concert, with song that I had written when I was 13! So it was really time for new stuff.

Humanoid as a title is very evocative. What inspired it? Is this self-referential at all?
Bill: No. Humanoid was a feeling we had in our childhood, growing up in a small village. So we felt a bit humanoid. I think it was the way other people saw us.

As musicians, you felt…
Tom: As musicians, yes, and persons in general, I think.

Bill: Yeah, from the look and the whole thing. [It] also describes our life right now very well, because it’s not normal.

Tom: We went through all the songs, and we felt that the record should have the name Humanoid.

Lyrically, it feels like this is also an album about alienation from the world outside your walls, and from meaningful human relationships in modern day with the use of technology, and perhaps more universally, what it feels like to be a teenager. What are your thoughts on that?
Bill: Yes. I think we’re really old-fashioned with all of those things. We have no Twitter, and we’re not on the Internet so much. And I don’t use my phone! That’s what I recognized last week. I have two phones, but I don’t use them. They’re just in my room the whole day, and when I come in my room, I just take a look and I answer sometimes but sometimes not. I really like writing things down just with a pen and paper. It’s natural, which I really like. But I think the Internet stuff is really helpful, actually. For us as a band, it was kind of a really cool thing.

Tom: Yeah, we really use the Internet to stay in touch with the fans. To take them with us. We have TokioHotelTV, and everyone on the Internet can watch us the whole day, what we’re doing.

You really are very interactive. Even your fans that are outside on the street right now are very excited.
Bill: It’s hard sometimes when we can’t get to a certain country. We always wanted to take [them] with us, and we wanted to take them on the road so that they can see what we’re doing every day.

Why do you feel that “Automatic” is the best song to introduce this new sound and this record to the world and to your fans?
Bill: I think it has everything; it has great feeling and the right power. So, we wanted to have a really powerful song because the record is really powerful. ‘Automatic’ was one of the last songs we wrote, and so we felt so good with that song.

The video is crazy, kind of post-apocalyptic!
Bill: Yeah! The video is great. We shot it in South Africa for five days, a long shoot.

Tom: We had a safari hotel, and so it was fun. And different!

This record has such a huge, conquering sound. What do you want the world and your fans, and even America, to know about Tokio Hotel with this record?
Bill: We put everything in it. Some artists see it as a job; Tokio Hotel is our life. We started everything 10 years ago. We met each other in a natural way. Tokio Hotel is our baby, and we put everything and so much love into this record. That’s the most important thing – that the people know we are a naturally formed band.

Speaking of putting of yourselves into it, are the lyrics personal? Just looking at “Human Connect to Human” and “Pain of Love” or even “Zoom Into Me,” they feel personal.
Bill: Yeah, they are personal, but it’s not autobiographical all the time. But yes, there are personal things in every single song. You collect your ideas every day.

Tom: Yes. I think in every single song, you have your thoughts and your feelings. Everything!

Are you big people watchers?
Bill: Yes! I love to be in shopping malls sitting there drinking a coffee, watching people the whole day. It’s really funny.

When you think of America, what comes to mind?
Bill: It’s huge!

Tom: It’s the beginning for Tokio Hotel.

Bill: I think about the VMA’s!

What do you think it takes to break America?
Bill: Luck at first, and you need really good fans. Our fans are so cool and really supportive. It takes a lot of work, luck, and really good fans. –Carrie Alison, Photo by Oliver Gast

 
  1. Thank you so much for the interview! Tokio Hotel is an amazing band and you can always tell how much they truly love and appreciate their fans!

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  2. What a great interview! Tokio Hotel is awesome!

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  3. What a great interview. You took time to craft excellent questions and you seemed to really get their appeal when other interviewers seem puzzled. Thank you!

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  4. Great interview! It is amazing that these 4 talented, young German men could write, perform and produce such an epic sophomore English CD. “Stunning” looks aside, it’s the awesome music that keeps you coming back for more!

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  5. Thank you so much for nice interview with our boys. They ARE humble and gracious. And I think it is so rare now in entertainment industry. They are great guys who makes great music. Wish them all the luck in the world to make it here in States. They deseved it…

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  6. I loved the interview questions! They really are humble and gracious boys with tremendous talent. They deserve to get big in the US. Thank you for the interview!

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  7. What a great article! I’m so glad that the interviewer actually listened to the album and came up with such intelligent questions to ask instead of the same-old, same-old. Thanks so much for this!

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  8. This was a nicely done interview. I don’t think they always understood the tougher words in English (“self-referential,” for example), but the questions were well crafted.

    I am not a teen, but I love Tokio Hotel’s music.

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  9. Thank you so much for this interview. You asked great questions, and I just love your description of them. It’s perfect.

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  10. This was a fantastic interview! What’s unusual – I actually liked your own article bit more than the interview questions; we’ve heard most of these questions and answers before. But I absolutely loved your assessment of the scene, of meeting them, and I was so touched by this: “They will be at Best Buy later for the guys’ appearance and signing, of course, and will continue to pine and yearn and make me jealous for the innocent, halcyon days of loving a band so much your heart might just burst.” Awwwww. What band did you love the most in those days? I hope very much that I find a career that allows me to do what you do; to keep in touch with the music and artists and that feeling. I think it helps you stay young. Loved your descriptions of the guys. Bill truly is a god. In his presence, you forget about everything else. At least I do. Congrats on remembering your questions!

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  11. This was a lovely interview. I love that Georg is described as stunning, cause sometime’s Bill’s breathtaking beauty somewhat eclipses that of the others. Also, Bill didn’t know the meaning of self-referential. Aaww. XD

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  12. Thanks for a great interview, you asked interesting questions.

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  13. I love these boys! They seem so humble and down to earth, even with all this fame that they have.

    I hope I’ll see more of them here in America!

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  14. Great interview, thanks for sharing with us. Tokio Hotel is a great talent.

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  15. Hey America – don`t you know that this sh*t – is the past for Europe?
    How can you be so seriouse to them, they are everybody`s freaks.
    Shame on you.

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  16. That was a great interview! Thank you so much for coming up with interesting questions and not the typical ones we’ve heard over and over.

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  17. Great interview! I love Tokio Hotel so much!!!

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  18. Thanks for sharing this interview with us! Tokio Hotel is an amazing band!

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  19. Thank you for interviewing the band. I wish more American media would take the hint that these guys are big and they’ll continue to stick around until we all take notice.

    lol – too bad their skin looks purple in that photo.

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  20. Thank you for a wonderful interview! Very intelligent and insightful questions from someone who had actually listened to the album. And I agree with the “seriously addictive” description of Humanoid.

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  21. Very interesting.Thanks

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  22. Such a great interview. I wish they were all like this, talking to them as artists. As a fan in her 30s, I don’t always relate to the little girl fans, but when you see them, you feel that energy and that connection. They’re not just for kids; they’re for the World.

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  23. [...] Bill Kaulitz, Sentimentalist, Tokio Hotel by hollyq Terrific interview done by Carrie Alison for Sentimentalist during Tokio Hotel’s brief stop in New York City last [...]

  24. love this,thank you so much for interviewing Tokio Hotel.

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  25. Thank you so much for this wonderful article. I think you really captured the spirit of the band and why we as fans adore them…

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  26. This is an amazing article and interview!! Wonderfully written, I could read it another 10 times over! Thank you for such an awesome and engaging read! Tokio Hotel is an amazing group and I feel like the combination of your article and interview do them proud! Tokio Hotel’s music is so much fun to listen to over and over again as well. And on top of that they’re very good to their fans– dare I say they spoil them… us.

    Thank you again for the great article and the interview! I love it! Definitely one of my favorites!

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  27. Thank you for this wonderful interview! It was very well written, I really enjoyed it!

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  28. Thanks for this interview! You captured the scene of that day in such a great way.

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  29. Love, love, love these boys! TH deserve their super fandom! In fact, fans tells them “Danke”! Thank you for your interesting questions and NOT asking them “how do you get your hair like that?”

    The twins especially are far more than just “fluff” in a beautiful package. There is a lot more to this band than most people see on the surface. The rest of the world knows the gem that is Tokio Hotel. It’s about time the U.S. woke up and paid attention! Those of us who are already fans have been pampered with their amazing music and engaging personalities. My friend once asked me who was in a photo that I have on my desk (It was Bill). I replied “He’s the lead singer of the world’s biggest band you’ve never heard of.” I was right, of course.

    p.s. I’m NOT a teenager! Far from!

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  30. Wow, excellent interview! Looks like someone FIALLY did their homework. Well done. :)

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  31. Thank you for this interview!! I’m SO proud to be a fan of this amazing band!! The interview was a great and your description of the band was awesome. =)

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  32. Wow, Tokio Hotel! I didn’t expect them at all! I imagine they are killing it over in Japan and Korea, good to see their fans over here. Hi fans : )

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  33. Thank you so much for interviewing Tokio Hotel! They are an amazing, talented, and very kind band. I love them <3

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  34. I loved this interview! It was really great how you asked so many different questions and I loved that you called Georg “stunning” haha. It just warms me up inside to hear the boys every time they talk about us fans. It makes me feel that much more excited and blessed to be their fan.

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  35. great interview! <3

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  37. Wonderful interview with Tokio Hotel!! They love the fans as much as we love them

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  38. Thank you so much for this article!!!! It was beautifully written and I agreed so much with your statements!! Thank you for portraying Tokio Hotel and the fans in such a positive light and for showing the world who we are. <3

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  39. Thank you so much for the interview.
    I´m an old Tokio Hotel fan and I love them :-)

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  40. Great article!!! I truly enjoyed this interview and hope to be hearing more from them here in the future!! Thanks a lot, really good interview!

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  41. what an awesome interview Tokio hotel is the best band ever!

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  42. Great interview! Most of the TH interviews I’ve read don’t really touch on the music, just their looks. It was refreshing to read an interview, and walk away feeling that I’ve learned something from it! Thanks for not making the fans sound like a crazed herd of girls. Not all of us fall into that category. We are supportive though!

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  43. thank you very much for this interview!!

    Arigato!

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  44. Thanks for this great interview. It’s especially nice to read about the positive first impressions the band creates. For all their talent and success, they really are such sweet and down-to-earth guys.

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  45. [...] Tradução por: http://www.thzone.org Fonte [...]

  46. lol. I’m a people watcher. Bill is right: it IS funny.

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  47. HALLO Ich will mich als Desir weiterhin sind eine gute Gruppe von Macias hoffentlich eines Tages nach Venezuela aka die wir lieben, vergessen Sie bitte nicht uns, wir lieben dich sehr BILL kommen: Du bist nicht einmal super Lindon Kommentare alos q q disen Sie Homosexuell, dass eine Lüge ist Tokita wir wissen, nicht die Wahrheit Sie einen Kuß. TOM: ers wie dein Bruder sehr fein und schön, aber besonders schön jajajajaja como estan noch einen Kuß.
    GUSTAV: SEV Sie scheuen aber du bist super cute innen und außen einen dicken Kuß für tiii. GEORG: You’re the best Ich liebe dich Ich liebe alle x gleich tambien te mando un gran beso .. TOKIO HOTEL: Kommen Sie nach Venezuela vermissen sie sehr viel und dass muuuuuchoo Ruder und ein Kuss von grandiiiiicimo liebt sie VENEZUELA LOS QUEREMOS

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  49. First off thank you very much for this great interview, definitely one of my favorites so far! It’s nice to read about the positive first impressions the band creates on you :) Also wanted to thank you for not making the fans sound like a crazy bunch of girls lol see I am not a teen, but I love Tokio Hotel ;)
    They worked so hard in the past and even now, so they deserve what they have. As simple as that. They love the fans as much as we love them!

    Greetings from Venezuela =D

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  50. Wow, I loved your description of the boys, very unique. It’s so nice to see not everyone is trying to shove them into a stereotype.

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  51. merci beaucoup tokio hotel est le meilleur merci pour les présenter

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  52. Thanks for the interview! Their fans definitely want to come with you twenty times as much as you want to bring them along! ^_^

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  53. That was an amazing interview! Some of these are repeated questions, but I really like your description of them at the beginnning. =) Great job!

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  54. jejej no entiendo nada…me voy byee cuidensen

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  55. i love the song human connect to human =]
    nic interview
    i love tokio hotel

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  56. Does anyone know if i can buy this Magazine in Ohio or Michigan?
    I really really wanna buy it but im not sure where?…
    Please email me if you know
    The easiest place to email me would actually be on youtube? lol
    http://www.youtube.com/purplebeagle04
    Thanks So Much for this Interview!!
    it is AWESOME!! <333

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  57. GREAT REVIEW!
    That sort/kind of bands are why true fans exist.
    I really hadn’t noticed how much TH loves their fans, I mean, I’d noticed it, but never analyzed it.
    They are so down to earth, really….that’s why I love Tokio Hotel.

    Ich liebe Bill <3

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  58. Omg thanks for asking new questions unlike many interviewers and taking the time to actually listening to the album before it. Tokio Hotel is just great at the musical and personal level.

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  59. I really like this interview ;) thanks.

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  60. OMG…THANKS 4 THE INTERVIEW ANS U CAN TELL HOW MUCH THEY LOVE THERE FANS AND I THINK IT IZ VERY KOOL AND GREAT THAT THEY DON’T CONSIDER MUSIC JUST AS A JOB…AND THANKS 2 THE BAND FOR TAKING SOME OF YOUR TIME 2 ANSWER ALL THESE QUESTIONS…I LOVE ALL OF U GUYS AND YOUR MUSIC IZ MY LIFE I LIST 2 IT 24/7 AND IF I AM NOT LISTING 2 IT I AM SINGING IT..I LOVE U TOKIO HOTEL TAKE CARE…I WILL ALWAYS BE HEAR 4 U GUYS NO MATTER WAT THAT IZ HOW MUCH I AM A FAN AND LOVE U GUYS AND YOUR MUSIC…XD

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  61. Good Interview But Most Of The Questions Are Already Asked Too Much. The People That Interview Them Really Need To Get Creative With New Questions. But Its Funny How Tom Agrees With Bill Everytime He Speaks lmao

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  62. Thank you for the wonderful interview, and the insightful assessment of the relationship between the band and their fans. They really put everything they have into their music and it shows in the depth and quality of Humanoid. Tokio Hotel is not a fad band, they’re the real thing, and I’m glad to see that there are some people in this country that are willing to take them seriously.

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  63. Really cool it’s really sweet that tokio hotel is their baby and slowly growing to be even more sucessful and offcourse tokio hotel needs love from EVERYONE!!! (by all the fans)..

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  64. This was a great interview. Tokio Hotel is so very talented. This CD is awesome. Every song is so good to me. Bill, Tom, Georg and Gustav each have their own wonderful style that make up a totally original and cool band. Thanks for interviewing them. I hope they conquer America!!

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  65. Cool. they wet to america. What about ASIAAAAA? T^T

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  66. <3 . thats all i can say… wow… i love tokio hotel so much. amazing. wow…

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  67. Thanks for the interview !!!
    It is nice to know about more about their music and what inspires their songs!!

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  68. they are so cute with us (fans) that’s one of the million reasons of why I love them, they are so inspirational for us they put their heart and feelings in al their work just to give us like a gift for all our support, apart from that they have an incredible talent to do all what they like, all what they want, all what they wish, all what they want to show they love us and we LOVE them

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  69. Wow. Amazing interview. Really. The guys love their fans so much! Unlike a lot of celebrities they still remember to thank us! XD I love them. They are such amazing down-to-earth guys and deserve all their fame and fortune and sucess. Tokio Hotel fur immer!

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  70. I love how Bill is so kind to every single person, even though they say bad things about them, they are always kind and smiling, so nice, that’s why I love their personality, specially Bill’s

    I love them sooooo much, thank you for the interview! :)

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  71. TOKIO HOTEL!!!!! BILL, TOM, ГGUSTAV, GEORG!!! SIE DIE BESTEN MUSIKER UND DIE MENSCHEN AUF DER ERDE!!!

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  72. thanx soooooo much 4 the tokio hotel interview! they r soooo lovely!

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  73. I have read this article twice so far. I love the wording and the essence of excitement and introspection that comes from it.
    This band has something that makes them more than just pretty faces, something that makes you want to learn more about them.

    Thank you for such a nice interview.
    The Humanoid album was one of my best buys of the year!

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  74. [...] the rest of the interview here. I was smiling by the end of it. Posted by Holly | Post Categories: [...]

  75. wow tnx for the interview!…the are the best….cute

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  76. THANKS SO MUCH !!!!!! YAY this interview was realli gd, i learnt sum new things about the looool

    go th =]

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  77. [...] SOURCE; sentimentalistmag [...]

  78. thanks for this wonderful article! you really managed to encapsulate why we all love tokio hotel so very much. :) love your intro, you’re one of the few interviewers who have a brain to think that not ALL of tokio hotel’s fans are 15 and under. because we’re not. :) i love how bill loves people-watching. :D there are fans all over the world, from israel and france to hong kong and malaysia, so thank you for giving them the recognition they deserve!

    i hope they come to asia soon, europe and america should share! they were interviewed over the phone on a malaysian radio station & another phone interview was written in the malaysian daily, so i have so much hope i’m near bursting point. :)

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  79. omg!!! this interview was awesome!!!!! they need to come to peru and all south america!!! (latin america) come on… what does the other continents have that we don´t?????

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    12velias Reply:

    @clau4kaulitz, guess what?, im not sure if you heard, but ya they are coming here to PERU! im so excited, i’ve been waiting for this

    also i wanted to say that when i became a fan, i promised myself that my first concert would be them! and guess what? .. im keeping that promise!

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  80. This is a great article! You did a really good job. You truly added your own personal touch to it. I like it a lot. Keep up the good work!

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  81. haha i like the last question..it sounds like me and my sister at the mall drinking coffee XD ily bill XD love the interview!!

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  82. qe lindOz i zexis cOmo ziempre pzZ fijO hahaha
    lOz amO hahaha wenO no!
    lOz qieRo :D
    c:♥

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  83. Great interview! The intro was perfect! I love Tokio Hotel =)

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  84. [...] Sentimentalist Magazine managed to interview Tokio Hotel about the Humanoid album, and they’re visits to America. The magazine also had some really positive things to say about the band! [...]

  85. Awesome article, thanks so much for the interview. I love Tokio Hotel so much! I hope they come to the UK soon, i really want to see them live : D They’re my favourite band ever ^_^

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  86. Carrie, I have to reiterate that you have captured the spirit of Tokio Hotel better than most of your peers. They DO connect. In their recorded music, in interviews, in their backstage internet videos these guys make a connection to us all that is somehow very real.

    The final connection is at one of their live performances. That is when you realize that Bill Kaulitz lives to be that SuperHero and he is giving you everything he has. It’s an electricity that must be felt for it cannot be described. The whole band is giving you their all–just as they always do.

    What more can you ask from your Heros?

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  87. “The boys are humble and gracious; and when I mention the girls on the sidewalk outside of their hotel, they all grin and inquire more about them. Their fans, you see, are priority numero uno for them, and I believe it. Tokio Hotel gives what they get; they connect.”

    Truer words were never spoken. :-) I’ve loved many a musician in my time, but never have I felt so deeply connected to band as do this one. I feel that Tokio Hotel will be my greatest musical love of all time. Now, and always.

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  88. i think that tokio hotel is an amazing band. and this interview was very professional, also. i would be completely honored if tokio hotel actually knew who i was but for now im just a fan. maybe someday.
    <3 ily tokio hotel

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  89. oh and i was smiling by the first question. lol.
    <3 ily tokio hotel
    please come to the u.s. very soon. preferably arkansas!ily

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  90. Great interview, thanks for this!! And yes if we could get the rest of America to see what you and others see this band that they are the real deal and make great music and if MTV and VH1 and others would play them then maybe they would get the attention they deserve. They are a great group of boys and work very hard, and so what if they are a little different and unique, that is what we need here in america, not the same ole boring crap the repetedly play on mtv.

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  91. Awww… I love Tokio Hotel and I listen to them since 2008. They changed my life and my way to see the life each day. I found in TH a lot of things that brought me the love and I want to be TH fan today and ever!!

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  92. …………i love this interview…………….
    bill and tom are both sooooooo cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!(especially BILL)!!!!!

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  93. I really liked the write up before the interview. It’s very true, and very to-the-point. Props! The interview’s really cute! I’ve adored TH for a long time, so it’s cool seeing interviews like these.

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  94. wow! i love this website and also for the interview to the tokio hotel!! i love them soo much!
    the interview was great! i think other people love it too! ^_^

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  95. I’m a new Tokio Hotel fan & they have me hooked on thier music! I literally can not get enough. I’m surprised by the maturity in their sound & lyrics because they’re so young. I hope they break America soon because they really deserve it. They seem very humble and nice…plus adorable & talented. I can’t wait to see them on the VMAs, AMAs & the Grammys! I know they’ll make it!

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  96. I can’t read the interwieu because I haven’t time but… tokio hotel… you make me crazy!!!

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  97. i love you tom !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  98. THEY CAME TO SOUTH AFRICA !!!!!!! GRRRRRRR, I live here in South Africa and I never knew!!!!!! I’m so angry with myself!!!!! LOVE TOKIO HOTEL!!!!!! But I love Tom more =P

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  99. bueno deciros que soy española y que sois la ostia me gusta muxo buestra musica y espero algun dia poder conoceross pero creo q sera imposible.bueno no cambies nunca y seguir como ahora de guais.lorena

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  100. I really love writing, even before the interview. And very true and very the – points. Props! Corresponding to the really cute! I adored very long time ago, so they are cool to see such interviews.

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  101. Most kitchen cooks have plastic gloves At least EDIT: wtf people? Why can’t we have a discussion without retards downvoting? NOTHING I just said was rude or attacking a I stated something here in my country, and yet downvote??? People just downvote people for stating their own My opinion of not wanting to eat that is There is nothing WRONG with that!!!!!!!!!!!!

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