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I cleaned up the awkward English and had to remove the following paragraph because I could not make sense of what it was trying to say. If anyone can clarify it or rephrase it, please edit it and insert it back into the text:
He always already loved it to convert "failed ideas" into strong projects last "in the taxi from Hamburg to Palermo, a musical journey by the cultures" 2003, which he carried out literally and as album. It sang the piece of title "taxi Europe" in the interrelation with the German singer Herbert Groenemeyer and the Italian Max Gazzé