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Definition of Pyrolator

Pyrolator
Pyrolator Py*rol"a*tor, n. [See Pyrolatry.] A fire worshiper. [R.] --Southey.

Meaning of Pyrolator from wikipedia

- has worked and still works in several bands. Dahlke is also known as Pyrolator. Several times he has been commissioned by the Goethe-Institut for workshops...
- (vocals), Robert Görl (drums, percussion, electronic instruments), Kurt "Pyrolator" Dahlke (electronic instruments), Michael Kemner (b****-guitar) and Wolfgang...
- as well as, eventually, on electronic pop worldwide. Kurt Dahlke aka Pyrolator (ex DAF) joined Der Plan a short time later. The group became more musical...
- Dorau, Der Plan, or Pyrolator. Original releases by contemporary artists include Karl Bartos, Faust, Kreidler, Like a Stuntman, Pyrolator, Qluster, Ulrich...
- Dahlke (1929–2006), American baseball pitcher Kurt Dahlke (born 1958) aka Pyrolator, German musician and producer Paul Dahlke (actor) (1904–1984), German...
- charts. Collaborations with Pizzicato Five and Der Plan founding member Pyrolator were announced, and the lyrics to a song called "Greed" appeared in Flür's...
- (2012) "Balcony Sunset"/"Sonnenaufgang 4:46 Uhr" - split single with Pyrolator (2012) Tomorrow Is Another Day (2013) "Remix of Rainbirds Wind Was Playing...
- German group originally consisting of Frank Fenstermacher, Moritz R, and Pyrolator. Plastic Ono Band, group led by John Lennon and Yoko Ono (see above)....
- improvisor, he has pla**** with John Zorn, Henry Kaiser, Kurt Dahlke (aka Pyrolator), Raoul Björkenheim, Elliott Sharp, John Tchicai, Ned Rothenberg, David...
- described the variety of music from space-age electronica (Michael Hoenig and Pyrolator), proto-techno of Asmus Tietchens), and Afro-tinged funk (Can's "Halleluwah"...