Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft ‎– Für Immer

Virgin ‎– V 2239
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Recorded May 82 in Conny's Studio.

The [B 5] and [A 2] in the variant 2 matrices are stamped, with each part appearing to the left and right of the label when oriented properly. The stamping is faint and can be mistaken for "D" and "V" if not read correctly.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout variant 1): V2239 -A3 TOWNHOUSED
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout variant 1): V2239 B1 TOWN HOUSE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout variant.2): V2239 -A3 TOWNHOUSED [B 5]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout variant 2): V2239-B-2 TOWN HOUSE [A 2]

Other Versions (5 of 22) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
204 956 Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft Für Immer(LP, Album) Virgin 204 956 France 1982 Sell This Version
404 956-352 Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft Für Immer(Cass, Album) Virgin 404 956-352 Europe 1982 Sell This Version
OVED 82 Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft Für Immer(LP, Album, RE) Virgin OVED 82 UK 1986 Sell This Version
DAF3CD, 5016025682270 Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft Für Immer(CD, Album, RE) The Grey Area, The Grey Area DAF3CD, 5016025682270 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
VIL 12239 Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft Für Immer(LP, Album) Virgin VIL 12239 Italy 1982 Sell This Version


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May 25, 2018
edited 5 months ago
DAF ended the Virgin trilogy on a high note showing their diversity: "Ein Bißchen Krieg" finds them at their funkiest/hardest, while "Prinzeßin" on the other hand is a beautiful love ballad. Alongside other quality songs like "Verlieb Dich In Mich", "Kebab-Träume" and "Wer Schön Sein Will Muss Leiden" makes this album an essential purchase, not just for their fans but for anybody interested in hearing the development of electronic music.


September 23, 2014
Personal favorite tracks are 'Wer schon sein will, muss leiden' and 'Ein bisschen krieg'


January 4, 2014
I have this album, but the matrix / runout on the B side of my record is: V2239 B2 TOWN HOUSE instead of V2239 B1 TOWN HOUSE.


May 30, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Although being the less known and considered D.A.F. release, "Für Immer" is undoubtably my favourite. There's no big hits like on "Alles Ist Gut" or "Gold Und Liebe", but here we have a collection of very controversial and dark songs. "Kebab Träume", with its ambiguous lines about Turk immigrants ("Turkish culture behind the barbed wire", "Germany, everything has passed!", "We are the Turks of tomorrow"), and "Die Götter Sind Weiß" ("Your body is white, like the body of the gods") put to shame any "Der Mussolini" in terms of ambiguity and playing with fire. "Ein bisschen Krieg" is another powerful EBM anthem, and "Prinzessin" my favourite D.A.F. song ever, a beautiful romantic love song with wonderful lyrics. Then, we have the usual amount of dumbness with titles like "Worship your hair cut", "Who wants to be beautiful must suffer" and "Fall in love with me". Anyway, if you like D.A.F. and miss this album, I recommend to purchase it, as in my opinion is not inferior at all to his predecessors (and I don't like "Die Kleinen und die Bösen" at all, ahah).