Witt became a major star of the German pop scene during the Eighties with huge hits such as "Herbergsvater" and "Goldener Reiter". He was one of the biggest names of the so-called "neue deutsche welle" (new German wave), a musical movement that people like Nena belonged to. He made a big comeback at the end of the Nineties, when he scored a major hit with "Die Flut", a duet with Peter Heppner, the singer of popular German synth pop group Wolfsheim.
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