|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Dive||10||Audio||2003||Land Entertainment GmbH|
The story of Noah Lost The Birdhouse (NLTB) in 1993, when Martin Auf Der Maur, Florian Christen, Nico Gubser, Guide Hess and Markus Wolfisberg began to play together under their new name.
Only one year later, they had their first gig - from about 150. NLTB played partyrock in pubs from Chiasso until Kreuzlingen. In this time, 2 CDs were created: "Greatest Hits" with the radiohit "Schachmatt" and "Out Of Cage". The tracks were one time in English, one time in Swiss-German, from Folk to Blues and Rock to Punk, everything was possible, as long as it made fun.
In 1999, NLTB decided to sing only in English and to integrate sampler and rap in their music - no more partysound, only TripHop. New members were the singer Chantal Aerschmann and the drummer Thomas Bättigt.
Unfortunately, Thomas Bättigt died. The band was confused about their own future, but decided to go on with their work, with more energy than ever.
In 2001, Marco Buffoni joined the band and plans for a new CD were created. The money for the album was gained by gigs with the entertainment-trio "Les Lunettes", with the bandmembers Florian Christen, Guido Hess and Markus Wolfisberg.
Les Lunettes played on "events" as weddings and NLTB were seeking for a producer, which they found in Luk Zimmermann, member and producer of the band Lunik. This co-operation leaded to the album "Dive", which got compliments on concerts, but unfortunately the radiostations didn't play the tracks from the CD.