Nina Hagen Band ‎– Nina Hagen Band

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CBS ‎– CBS 83136, CBS ‎– CBS 83 136
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A1 TV-Glotzer (White Punks On Dope)
Lyrics By [German] – N. Hagen*Written-By – Spooner*, Evans*, Steen*
5:15
A2 Rangehn
Lyrics By – N. Hagen*Music By – B. Potschka*
3:27
A3 Unbeschreiblich Weiblich
Lyrics By – N. Hagen*Music By – M. Praeker*
3:30
A4 Auf'm Bahnhof Zoo
Lyrics By – N. Hagen*Music By – M. Praeker*, R. Heil*
5:25
A5 Naturträne
Music By, Lyrics By – N. Hagen*
4:05
B1 Superboy
Lyrics By – N. Hagen*Music By – H. Mitteregger*
4:01
B2 Heiss
Lyrics By – N. Hagen*Music By – B. Potschka*, H. Mitteregger*, M. Praeker*, N. Hagen*, R. Heil*
4:11
B3 Fisch Im Wasser
Music By, Lyrics By – N. Hagen*
0:51
B4 Auf'm Friedhof
Lyrics By – N. Hagen*Music By – B. Potschka*, H. Mitteregger*
6:15
B5 Der Spinner
Lyrics By – N. Hagen*Music By – H. Mitteregger*
3:15
B6 Pank
Lyrics By – A. Forster*, N. Hagen*Music By – A. Forster*
1:45

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Recorded at Hansa Studio's, Berlin

Released with printed inner sleeve (photographs) and A4 folder insert (lyrics and credits).

On labels:
℗ 1978 CBS Schallplatten GmbH, Germany
MADE IN HOLLAND

On back sleeve:
© 1978 CBS Schallplatten GmbH, Germany
℗ 1978 CBS Schallplatten GmbH, Germany
Printed in Holland

All songs published by Spliff-Music except
B1 by Global

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (unboxed!): GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0149
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): CBS 83136-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): CBS 83136-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, Stamped (Variant 1 & 2)): 01-83136-1A-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, Stamped (Variant 3)): 01-83136-1A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, Stamped (Variant 4)): 01-83136-1A-6
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, Stamped (Variant 1)): CBS 01-83136-1B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, Stamped (Variant 2 & 3)): 01-83136-1B-2
  • Other (In Circle): 57
  • Other (In Circle): SE

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CBS 83136 Nina Hagen Band Nina Hagen Band(LP, Album) CBS CBS 83136 Germany 1978 Sell This Version
CBS 32293, CBS 83136 Nina Hagen Band Nina Hagen Band(LP, Album, RE) CBS, CBS CBS 32293, CBS 83136 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
CBS 32293, CBS 83136 Nina Hagen Band Nina Hagen Band(LP, Album, RE) CBS, CBS CBS 32293, CBS 83136 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
144859 Nina Hagen Band Nina Hagen Band(LP, Album, RE) CBS, Epic 144859 Brazil Unknown Sell This Version
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manus-von-alles

manus-von-alles

December 16, 2010

10 out of 5 ;o), this is top of the pop. There is nothing, that can be compared to at all. Once I had Yma Sumac - Miracles, that shows a similar range at the voice, but missing the power and drive, and furthermore the fun, you can feel here. Nina is a protestsinger with own opinion - remember her first single: "Theo du hast den Farbfilm vergessen (you forgot the technicolour), what was an indirect, but hard critic to the regime of the GDR, that has passed the censorship. It is not listed at discogs till now. The same here with TV Glotzer, that shows up her disappointment with the brainwashed western culture.
Curiously this album is missed at most krautrocklistings, while it belongs to the top of it. On the other hand is seems not as curious, if remembering the brainwashed society again, thinking krautrock is something totally different and hard to find or something like that. I agree fully to the previous writer and recommend both Nina Hagen Band - albums to everyone, who is into good rockmusic.
Crijevo

Crijevo

June 1, 2003

A stunning record, very amusing - Nina Hagen really rocks. A record that combines several influences - Krautrock, Punk, Opera, Glam, Hard Rock and Disco and at times even the premonition of Goth. This is a fine combination in itself with both, a parody ('Pank', 'Superboy') and serious attempts to rock your balls off ('TV Glotzer', 'Auf'm Bahnhof Zoo', 'Rangehn'), while on the other hand there are arty in-jokes with 'Fisch im Wasser' which even reminds of the Residents or Laurie Anderson theatrics. 'Nina Hagen Band' is filled with controversy head to toes and makes it such an entertaining summary. Her deranged, energetic operatic vocals, also very much in the likes of Diamanda Galas or Maredith Monk, would certainly cause Monserrat Caballe or Maria Callas big headaches without any help from the aspirin ('Naturträne'). But as someone once said - 'The mother of Punk so what the funk'. Just like Klaus Nomi, Nina juxtaposed Opera with unfriendly textures of Punk Rock that twist the knife in eachother with such charm. A record that integrated so many different styles back in 1978, but today it still sounds extremely refreshing. And great fun, really great fun. 5/5