Einstürzende Neubauten - 03-03-2004, ZAGREB album download
- Bass Guitar – Alex Hacke*
- Booking – Casi Clausen, Kiki Ressler
- Coordinator – Andrea Jüpner
- Design [Corporate Design] – Johannes Beck, Oliver Gretscher
- Electric Guitar – Jochen Arbeit
- Electronics, Sampler – Ash Wednesday
- Engineer [Monitor Engineer] – Wolfgang Born
- Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Boris Wilsdorf
- Management – Erin Zhu, Klaus Maeck
- Management [Tour Manager] – Ton Maessen
- Music By – Einstürzende Neubauten
- Other [Bandbus Driver] – Carsten Thomas
- Other [Crewbus Driver] – Ingolf Goebel
- Other [Light Designer] – John Davis
- Other [Light Technician] – Ralf Hackstedt
- Other [Merchandiser] – Detlef Simon, Hannes Diehl
- Other [Supporters Relation] – Elizabeth Cook
- Other [Trucker] – Peter Leich
- Percussion – Andrew Chudy, Rudolf Moser*
- Photography By, Other [Documentary] – Danielle De Picciotto
- Technician [Backline Technician] – Alexander Fabian, Noppa Schuettler
- Technician [Sound Technician] – Dunja Geisler, Rolf Gerling
- Vocals, Lyrics By – Blixa Bargeld
NotesOfficial recording of the concert, sold right after the show in little, exclusive amount.
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