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Too late

” Too late ” (German for too late ) is a punk song by The Doctors . It was the eleventh track and the second single from Their 1984 album Debil .

It’s a humorous song about jealousy and revenge . The narrator is devastated over his love interest’s preference of a wealthier rival and Compares Their capabilities of entertaining the girl Throughout the song, while fantasizing did he want to be a star someday and will then reject her, When She’ll come crawling back.

How it works

” How is ” ( “How to do it”, lit. “how it goes”) is a punk song by The Doctors . It is the first track and the first single from Their 2000 album Down with Spendierhosen, Invisible! . The singer addresses a woman, trying Several times to tell her “I love you”, but keeps on ending up saying “(I just do not know) how to do it”; at the end of the song he finally Manages to say the words.

The packaging of the single which made to resemble a cheap, consumer level CD-R and alludes to music piracy .

Westerland (song)

” Westerland ” is a punk song by The Doctors . It was the fifth track and the second single from Their 1988 album This is not the whole truth … . It is an ode to the city of Westerland . It was therefore released on The Doctors’s first maxi – CD , Which had the same cover as the single but tracks different from the maximum LP . “Westerland (Kommerzmix)” which later put on ” The Best of shortly after earlier to jetze “.

The song has been covered by Die Toten Hosen in a concert.

Unrockbar

“Unrockbar” is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It’s the first track on CD2 and the first single from their 2003 album Geräusch. The title is a self-derived German word which means “unable to rock”. The lyrics describe the story of a man, whose girlfriend dislikes rock music.

References are made to Ricky Martin, Shakira as “unrockbar” and Beatsteaks as “rockbar” (in the song nothing is actually dubbed “rockbar” and “unrockbar”, but are mentioned in corresponding contexts).

Schunder song

” Schunder song ” is a punk song by The Doctors . It’s the second track From Their 1995 album Planet Punk . The song got the name from The Doctors’s crewmember Erik Schunder. It’s about standing up to somebody, who has bullied you all your life. The song Describes the revenge , by beating the bully up.

A song called Schunder is the single name of the song. It’s the first single from the album Planet Punk .

The video features the band performing the song on a theater stage .

Cry for love

“Schrei nach Liebe” (“Scream for love”) is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It is the second track and the first single from their 1993 album Die Bestie in Menschengestalt. It is one of the best known political anthems and anti-fascist songs in Germany and was made in the context of the Riot of Hoyerswerda.

The verses tell the story of a fictional right-wing extremist, who gets insulted. Excerpts from the songs lyrics (with English translation):

German: “You’re really damn stupid […] All you have to explain to you, because you really do not know anything …”

English: “You are really stupid […] Everything has to be explained to you, because you really don’t know anything…”

In the chorus the insults go further:

German: “Your violence is just a silent cry for love […] You have never learned to articulate yourself. Your parents never had time for you. ”

English: “Your violence is just a silent scream for love […] You never learned to express yourself. Your parents never had time for you”.

The chorus ends with “Arschloch”, which is German for Asshole.

Radio burns

” Radio is burning ” ( ‘Radio burns’) is a punk song by The Doctors . It was the seventh track and the third single From Their 1987 album Is that all? (13 Highlights with doctors) . On the kid’s shirt on the cover is the doctors’s mascot Sweet Gwendoline .

The song references Falco , Chris de Burgh , Madonna and the song ” Geronimo’s Cadillac ” by Modern Talking .

The maxi remix of the song features an intro, where a couple is making out and then the girl turns on the radio. Then a rap song begins, All which is separately featured on Live – After us the deluge . There, it is titled ” Radio Rap “.

Farin has Said in the booklet of Best of shortly after earlier to jetze , thatthis Maxiversion is his all-time favorite.

Quark (song)

“Quark” (meaning “rubbish”, literally curd) is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It’s the fourteenth track and the fourth single from their 1993 album Die Bestie in Menschengestalt. It’s about a man, who can’t handle the chattering of his consort. The single version criticises the gibberish of politicians. The single version is also on “Das Beste von kurz nach früher bis jetze”.

In the video the single version of the song is sung. The video features the band in a bar with hillbillies and women with deep cleavage. The supposed members of the band are also dressed like hillbillies and they’re eating curd while watching politicians, who are in fact the real band members, talking on TV. Also people in the bar are playing with food and throwing it at the TV-set.

Perfect Wide Sky Blue

“PerfektBreitHimmelblau” [PerfectStonedSky-blue] are three songs and a Triple A-side-single by the German punk rock band, Die Ärzte. The songs are track 8, 3 and 1 of their 2007 album Jazz ist anders.

Track listings

The track listing of the CD is by any CDs different.[1][2] At the back-cover they are in this order:

Perfect ( Felsenheimer ) – 2:35

Sky Blue ( Holiday ) – 3:16

Broad ( González / González, holidays) – 3:14

PerfektHimmelblauBreit (Flashgame with the music-video)

prick

Debil (“Moronic”) is the first full-length studio album by Die Ärzte, released in 1984, following the EPs Zu schön, um wahr zu sein! and Uns geht’s prima…. The songs “Paul” and “Zu spät” were released as singles, without being successful initially. However, a live version of “Zu spät” was released as a single from the live album Nach uns die Sintflut in 1989 and became a moderate hit in Germany.[citation needed]

In 1987, the Bundesprüfstelle für jugendgefährdende Medien (Federal Department for Media Harmful to Young Persons) put the songs “Claudia hat ‘nen Schäferhund” and “Schlaflied” on the List of Media Harmful to Young People, with the effect that they could not be sold to minors, nor publicly advertised or displayed. This ban was lifted in 2004, which led to the subsequent reissue of the album (see below).

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