Hard rock/metal band Kissin' Dynamite (named after the AC/DC song) were founded in Reutlingen, Germany, in 2006. The band consists of singer Johannes Braun, guitarists Andre Braun (Johannes' brother) and Jim Müller, bassist Steffen Haile, and drummer Andreas Schnitzer. Starting out while the five musicians were still in high school, the group began sending out demo recordings to labels in 2007, which quickly led to a contract with Capitol/EMI. Their debut album, Steel of Swabia, was released in 2008, followed by Addicted to Metal in 2010, which charted at number 91 and featured a guest appearance by former Accept frontman Udo Dirkschneider. The group's third album, Money, Sex & Power, was released in 2012 and entered the charts at number 50. ~ Christian GenzelPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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