Noel Pix

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Jochen "Noel Pix" Seibert (March 25, 1972 in Munich, West Germany) is a German rock and house musician. Pix has a French father and a German mother. He is the lead guitarist and programmer of the German Neue Deutsche Härte band Eisbrecher.[1] Pix formerly belonged also to the band Megaherz as the band's keyboardist.[2] He releases his house tracks under the alias Housemaster Kinky J.[3] Noel Pix sings the German translations of theme songs for anime series like Pokémon, Digimon or Dragon Ball Z.[4] He had one hit in the German, Austrian, and Swiss singles chart: The theme song for the second season of Pokémon (Pokémon Welt) peaked at No.50 in Germany, No.30 in Austria, and No.49 in Switzerland.[5][6]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • 1996: Kinky, Freaky, Funky (as "Housemaster Kinky J")
  • 1999: Chicci Chicci (as "Noel Pix")
  • 2000: Pokémon Welt (as "Noel Pix")

Megaherz[edit]

  • 1998: Liebestöter
  • 1998: Rock me Amadeus
  • 1999: Freiflug
  • 2000: Himmelfahrt

Eisbrecher[edit]

Albums[edit]

Megaherz[edit]

Eisbrecher[edit]

References[edit]

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