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Stephan Remmler is a pop singer best known as the lead vocalist and sole surviving member of Neue Deutsche Welle group Trio.
Remmler was born in post-war Germany and fell in love with rock and roll through his father, an American diplomat. He had an early foray into the world of music with his band Macbeats (later called Just Us) in the 1960s, but by the end of the decade the group had folded. Another attempt at a music career followed with two unsuccessful singles under the name Rex Carter, but it wasn't until the end of the '70s that his career in music began to take off.
Remmler and fellow Macbeats member Kalle Krawinkel had been earning livings through teaching but, after playing a one-off Just Us reunion gig, decided to leave their day jobs and take one last stab at music careers. After another false start with a group called Wind the pair joined drummer Peter Behrens to form Trio, performing punk-inspired Neue Deutsche Welle music and quickly finding success in Germany and, with their self-titled debut album and the 1982 single 'Da Da Da Ich Lieb Dich Nicht Du Liebst Mich Nicht', found an international audience.
The 1983 album 'Bye Bye' and third album 'What's the Password' followed, but the group subsequently broke up, leading Remmler to begin a solo career. His self-titled first album had little in common with Trio's rock sound, moving in a more whimsical, pop-centric direction. It performed well, but after the follow-up album 'Lotto' failed to match its success Remmler took time out from music to spend time with family.
He returned in 1990, however, with a compilation that brought together both his solo work and tracks by Trio. It led to the album 'Projekt F -- Auf der Suche Nach dem Schatz der Verlorenen Gefühle', a collection of covers of songs by Austrian schlager singer Freddy Quinn, the 1993 album 'Vamos', live album 'HÜH!' in 1994 and 'Amnesia' in 1996. Following 'Amnesia' Remmler once again disappeared from the limelight, this time for a decade, before returning with the electronica-infused album ' 1,2,3,4 ....' in 2006.