German New Wave / Synthpop band, active from 1982 to 1987. Fronted by singer Gabriele "Nena" Kerner see Nena Kerner
(b. March 24, 1960), the group also featured Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (b. March 10, 1960 - keyboards), Carlo Karges (b. 31 Jul 1951, d. January 30, 2002 - guitar), Jürgen Dehmel (b. August 12, 1958 - bass) and Rolf Brendel (b. Jun 13, 1957 - drums). In 1984 they had an international hit with the end-of-the-world fantasy "99 Luftballons", but were unable to capitalise on its success.
Attention! This is about the Band Nena, releases from 1988 until now should be submitted under Nena Kerner with use of ANV Nena.
Exceptions are these releases:
Album Nena - Die Band (1991)
Single Lass mich dein Pirat sein (Remix '91) (1991)
and band's compilations ("greatest hits", "the collection" etc.) as well as re-releases that include songs of the band