For Fizzmann everything was blurry at first, and only after a little
while, he was able to see clearly again. But he could remember
anything about the car that hit him: It was an old, rusty van driven
by a child or at least a very small person wearing a blue hood.
”What a miserable little hit-and-run gnome! Looks as if even dogs
have to face deadly risks every time they cross a road nowadays.”
Fizzmann’s entire body was aching terribly: his head, back, tale
and in particular his paws which he raised for closer examination.
”Ouch! My poor little paws.” He was horror-struck by what he saw:
All his four paws smashed, broken, completely useless. Never
again would he be able to play the piano or pick his nose again.
Overwhelmed by grief and sorrow, Fizzmann wished he was far, far
away, no matter where, only far away, and then cried himself to
sleep. The last thing he noticed before he fell asleep were the faint
silhouettes of two men, each of them having a remarkably
beautiful, big nose.
For the first two remixes of her album “Meine zarten Pfoten”
(released on Pampa), and to add a certain ‚familiar smell’, Ada
pops by at Areal with none other than DJ Koze and Superpitcher
who come up with remixes that couldn’t be more different, and at
the same time more wonderful.