Ulrike Goldmann

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Ulrike Goldmann (born 17 June 1980) is a German singer and vocalist of the German electro-gothic band Blutengel since October 2005.

Music career[edit]

Ulrike Goldmann has a trained voice and has been singing her entire life. Her first band was an electro-pop duo called Say - Y, who signed to Chris Pohl's label, Fear Section in 2003 and released their album Refill later that year, the first one under a record label. Say - Y toured along with Blutengel opening concerts during their 2004 Demon Kiss Tour and in September 2005 Ulrike left the band in good terms to join Blutengel. In an interview, Goldmann said she was invited by a friend to see a Blutengel concert in Potsdam, during their Angel Dust Tour in March 2003. She was amazed with the show and got to meet Chris, Constance, and Eva after the concert and they quickly became friends. Since joining she has gained fame by singing Seelenschmerz, Vampire Romance, Black Roses and Krieger (2014). Goldmann's debut was in The Oxidising Angel.[1]


With Blutengel[edit]

With Say - Y[edit]

  • 2000: The Day After DayAlbum
  • 2000: SMS - Single
  • 2000: Sweet SecretMaxi
  • 2001: love.letters.GAME OVERAlbum
  • 2002: AngelsSingle
  • 2002: Say YEP
  • 2003: RefillAlbum
  • 2008: A Collection Of The YearsCompilation

Guest appearances[edit]

→ Vocals in Endlos (Frei Von Dir) (Piano Version)

  • 2005: Cephalgy: Finde Deinen DämonAlbum

→ Vocals in Mein.

  • 2005: Staubkind: TräumfängerAlbum

→ Vocals in Schlaflied, Endlos (Frei Von Dir), Schlaflied II, Schlaflied (Unheilig Remix)

  • 2012: Lord Of The Lost : Die Tomorrow - Album

→ Vocals in Never Let You Go

  • 2014: Staubkind : Alles Was Ich Bin (Deluxe Version) - Album

→ Vocals in Endlos 2014

  • 2017:OST+FRONT:"Wrecring Ball"


Ulrike Goldmann on Discogs

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-06-19. Retrieved 2008-06-27.