Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft ‎– Fünfzehn Neue DAF Lieder

Label:
Superstar Recordings ‎– 0670602
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Der Sheriff (Anti-Amerikanisches Lied) 3:46
2 Ich Bin Tot (Romantisches Lied) 5:04
3 Du Bewegst Dich (Tanzlied) 4:22
4 Kinderzimmer (Heldenlied) 3:38
5 Rock Hoch (Sexlied) 4:27
6 Mira Como Se Menea (Spanisches Lied) 3:59
7 Satellit (Weltraumlied) 4:49
8 Moschino, Heckler & Koch (Ganovenlied) 2:58
9 Seltsame Freunde (Kriegslied) 4:11
10 Algorithmus (Zahlenlied) 4:03
11 Der Präsident (Erste Welt Lied) 4:07
12 Liebeszimmer (Hexenlied) 6:00
13 Komm In Meine Welt (Liebeslied) 5:10
14 Die Lüge (Wahrheitslied) 4:06
15 Ich Bin Morgen Wieder Da (Abschiedslied) 9:03

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Credits

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Jetstream Studio Berlin September/October 2002.
Overdubs edited at Calyx Studio Berlin.
All songs published by EMI Musik Verlag/Edition Zeitsprung.

[On backsleeve:]
(P) 2003 Superstar Recordings
(C) 2003 Urban Def Jam Label Group, a division of Universal Music GmbH.

[On label:]
℗ 2003 Superstar Recordings
© 2003 Urban Def Jam Label Group, a division of Universal Music GmbH.

Packaging: Transparent jewel case with a 16 pages booklet.
Some copies contain a sticker with information regarding the tour to the album:
Dreißig DAF Lieder
07.04. Berlin Columbiahalle
09.04. Hamburg Große Freiheit
10.04. Düsseldorf Stahlwerk
11.04. München Elsehalle
tickethotline +49-6102-77665 www.tickethotline.de

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Written): 0 044006 706023
  • Barcode (Scanned): 044006706023
  • Matrix / Runout: 00440 067 060-2 01 / 51348553
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould Text): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L001
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0115
  • Label Code: LC 00999
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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fabriknos

fabriknos

November 6, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

Hell yeah! This is what I'm talking about! You can listen to Alles Ist Gute and then Fünfzehn and only hear updated mastering - the sound and vibe is exactly the same, 20+ years later. This one of those rare times I'm glad to hear that familiarity. With all the saturation of "futurepop" and mediocre EBM into the industrial scene in the past decade it's a breath of fresh air to hear two of the originators come back with the same formulas that made them popular in the first place. Who cares about big song structures, chord progressions, choruses and all the rest... give me pounding drum machines and dark basslines and you make me a happy man.