"Schallplattenunterhalter" ('Records Entertainer') - acronym SPU - was the official term for disk jockeys in the German Democratic Republic. This term was chosen simply to avoid the English 'DJ'. Only a certified SPU was permitted to spin in front of a bigger audience. Of course, East Berlin-based SPUs PATENBRIGADE: WOLFF have official permission and once again they deal in a critical - as well as in a humorous way - with past times during the existance of the communist GDR. On this limited EP they present 4+1 banging electro-smashers ranging somewhere between GDR-educational TV, (n)ostalgia and seminal future electronics. A cult release, just like a product of VEB Elektrowarme Altenburg (VEB was the official communist term for 'people owned enterprises') - including the brand new pop song for all SPU's worldwide: "Der Brigadier Trinkt Bier". Drink and dance with us but beware: this EP is strictly limited to 500 copies and is destined to be sold out VERY FAST! Moreover, it comes in a great (n)ostalgic GDR 7" single design inside a 7"- sized cover!