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Subject: Diese Stadt, Austropop, Hitradio Ö3, Austrian musicians
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Origin Austria
Genres Rock, Pop rock
Years active 2002-present
Labels Sony BMG
Members Manuel Rubey
Stefan Laczkovics
Boris Fiala
July Skone
Past members Karl Kühn (2002-2005)
Heimo Korak (2002-2006)

Mondscheiner was an Austrian Pop-Rock band, which was established 2002 in Vienna.

They started out playing in local bars and discos. Their first EP was Die Kunst der Verführung(2003).

In 2004 they tried to become famous with their debut album La belle captive, but their attempt failed.

In spring 2006, they signed a disk contract with Sony BMG. On July 4 their debut single "Das was wir sind" was played the first time. In the end of the summer 2006, they brought out their 2nd album Diese Stadt. It was much more successful than all their other CDs.

In December 2006, Heimo Korak was kicked out of the band. Months later July Skone came as his successor

Their music style is similar to Echt, Wir sind Helden and Sportfreunde Stiller.


  • Discography 1
    • Albums 1.1
    • EPs 1.2
    • Singles 1.3
  • Nominations 2
  • External links 3



Year Title Chart Positions
2006 Diese Stadt
  • 1st studio album
  • Released: August 25, 2006


  • Die Kunst der Verführung (2003)


Year Title Chart Positions Album
2006 "Das was wir sind" 10 2 Diese Stadt
2007 "Mittendrin" 46 - Diese Stadt
"Dieser Tag" 18 3 Diese Stadt


  • Austrian Newcomer Award 2007 (Das was wir sind)

External links

  • MySpace
  • Ö3-Blog
  • Sony BMG (Discography)
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