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Peter Schilling


In the late 90s, Schilling formed a side project called Space Pilots, which appeared on the first issue of the popular dance music compilation Dancemania series. The band included Catyana Schilling, J. Feifel, and P. Magnet. They have recorded only one song, titled "Trip to Orion". It was released on vinyl and CD in 1995, and appears on the Japanese dance compilation CD Dancemania 1. The song is based on and includes vocal samples from the German science-fiction TV show Raumpatrouille Orion.

Peter Schilling (born Pierre Michael Schilling on January 28, 1956, Stuttgart, Germany) is a German synthpop musician whose songs often feature science-fiction themes (aliens, astronauts, nuclear holocausts, etc.).
Peter did the voice-over for Future Stan on the German overdub of the South Park episode "My Future Self n' Me".
Peter served in the army (years unknown).
Peter has won awards such as the Goldene Europa, Goldene Stimmgabel, Goldener Löwe and various press and media awards.
Peter has had gold and platinum selling records in Germany, the United States, Canada, Japan, France and many other places.
Peter worked for American Express, training to be a travel agent, in Stuttgart (1972/1973)
Major Tom (I'm Coming Home) was re-recorded in 2009 by Shiney Toy Guns for a Lincoln car commercial promoting the 2010 MKS.


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Major Tom (I'm Coming Home)

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