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...But Alive was a German punk rock band, which was founded in 1991 in Hamburg, Germany. Most of their lyrics were political. When they announced their breakup in 1999, because of musical and personal differences, they consisted of the following members:
- Marcus Wiebusch (Vocals and guitar); also in Rantanplan, now in Kettcar
- Frank Tirado-Rosales (drums); also now in Kettcar
- Hagen van der Viren (Guitar)
- Torben Meißner (Bass); also in Rantanplan
After ...But Alive's demise, Wiebusch and Tirado-Rosales started a new band called Kettcar, taking a more mainstream pop music (particularly Coldplay and Snow Patrol) influenced approach. As nobody was willing to release their debut album, Marcus teamed up with some of his friend to launch the Grand Hotel Van Cleef label.
- 1991: Krawehl! Krawehl! (Demo)
- 1993: Für uns nicht (CD/LP)
- 1994: "Sog" (7")
- 1994: "Schmutzig" (7")
- 1995: Nicht zynisch werden?! (CD/LP)
- 1997: Split with I Spy (7")
- 1997: Bis Jetzt Ging Alles Gut… (CD/LP)
- 1999: Hallo Endorphin (CD/LP)
- Margaret Reges. "Kettcar | Biography & History". https://www.allmusic.com/artist/kettcar-mn0002312545/biography. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
- ...But Alive Fanpage (in German)
- B.A. Records (band owned, defunct record label),
- Grand Hotel van Cleef