After the release of the german bestseller "Verschwende Deine Jugend" of Jürgen Teipel in 2001, Mittagspause the pioneers of German Punk/New Wave became part to the German cultural heritage. On of the centers of the German Punk-movement was Düsseldorf and one of the first records of this time was Mittagspause with their legendary Dubble-7". The singer Peter Hein was already charismatic and together with the guitarist Thomas Schwebel ( also S.Y.P.H.) they became "Fehlfarben" and still write history. The japanese label Captain Trip re-relased the orginal recordings together with 5 previously unreleased bonus-tracks on CD, mastered in the atatak-studios of Pyrolator.
"1979, there was this first double-7" of Mittagspause, whith Peter Hein (singer), Thomas Schwebel (guitar), Franz Bielmeier (also guitar) and Marcus Oehlen (ump-tata-drums), which is one of the greatest records I ever had." (Christan Kessler)