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Super 8 (album)

Züri West is a Swiss rock band. Most of their songs are written in Bernese German.

The band's name is an ironic reference to Bern, as merely a place west of Zürich, the largest city in Switzerland.


Current members

Former members

  • Peter Schmid (bass): 1984-1986
  • Sam Mumenthaler (drums): 1984-1986
  • Peter von Siebenthal (guitar): 1984-2000
  • Martin Gerber (bass): 1986–2000
  • Martin S. Silfverberg (drums): 1986–1992


  • Splendid EP - (December 13, 1985) - Black Cat at Bebop
  • Kirchberg EP - (November, 1986) - Black Cat at Sound Service
  • Sport und Musik - (November 15, 1987) - Black Cat at Sound Service
  • Bümpliz - Casablanca - (May 13, 1989) - Black Cat at Sound Service
  • Elvis - (June 15, 1990) - Black Cat at Sound Service
  • Arturo Bandini - (November 15, 1991) - Sound Service
  • Wintertour - (November 21, 1992) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Züri West - (May 10, 1994) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Hoover Jam - (May 11, 1996) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Super 8 - (March 6, 1999) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Radio zum Glück - (August 25, 2001) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Retour - Best of - (November 15, 2003) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Aloha from Züri West - (June 12, 2004) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Haubi Songs - (January 12, 2008) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • HomeRekords - (April 23, 2010) - Weltrekords at Sound Service
  • Göteborg - (März 23, 2012) - Sound Service


External links

  • The band's website

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