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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).

Nothing in the world

” Nothing in the world ” ( “Nothing in the World”) is a song by The Doctors . It is the sixth track on CD2 and the third single From Their 2003 album sound . It’s about losing the amounted in love.

The video shows the band performing the song live.

Track listing

“Nothing in the world” (Holiday) – 3:50

“Money (live)” (Felsenheimer) – 4:46

“Anti-Zombie (live)” (Gonzalez / Gonzalez, lightning) – 3:29

“WAMMW MESMAAG (live)” (Holiday) – 3:53

“Nothing in the world (Video)” (Holiday) – 3:50

My baby was at the hairdresser

” My baby was at the hairdresser ” ( My baby’s been to the hairdresser ‘s ) is a punk song by The Doctors . It’s the second track on and the second single from Their 1996 album Le hairstyle . I heavily borrows from the Ramones song ” The KKK Took My Baby Away “.

Track listing

“My baby was at the hairdresser” (Holiday) – 2:16

“Zusamm’fassung (extended 1-13)” (Gonzalez, Felsenheimer, holidays) – 14:38

“Zusamm’fassung” Actually besteht of 13 different tracks. On the CD and the 7 “single, they’re all in one track; on the maxi single . They are separate, Although the back cover lists them as one track” Summary “( Summary ), the track of origin of thesis short tracks , is found on ” Le hairstyle “.

Men are pigs

“Männer sind Schweine” (“Men are pigs”) is a pop/rock song by Die Ärzte. It’s the thirteenth track from their 1998 album 13. The tongue-in-cheek lyrics are based on the cliché of men always wanting sex, warning girls not to fall for their false promises of true love.

The song has also been released on the single Ein Schwein namens Männer (“A pig called men”). It’s the first single release from the album 13. This was the band’s first single to reach number one in the German charts.

The video clip features a digital Lara Croft model, Eidos Interactive officially approved Lara’s appearance. It starts with the band performing the song in an old warehouse. When Lara appears, the clip transforms into a John Woo style action movie including excessive shooting, fist fights and lots of sound effects actually eclipsing the song.

Sometimes women have…

” Sometimes, women … ” ( “Sometimes women have …”) is a song by The Doctors . It is the eleventh track and the second single from Their 2000 album Down with Spendierhosen, Invisible! . It is about a man who meets a drunken man in a bar who tells him something that’s unbelievable for him – sometimes women like a little spanking. The man rushes home and asks his girlfriend about this. The woman starts to beat the man Stating did guys like him always deserve some beating.

The band members are judges at a female bodybuilder show. After the show, Bela goes home with a bodybuilder. They jump in the bed and she starts to beat Bela.

Close your eyes

“Mach die Augen zu” [Close your eyes, lit. Close the eyes] is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It is the eighth track and the second single from their 1993 album Die Bestie in Menschengestalt. This song is about a relationship where one side doesn’t care anymore, what the other does and with whom.

The video is based on the fairy tale of Snow White. Shown is how the woman (whose appearance doesn’t resemble Snow White’s) bites a poisonous apple from a tree and then falls asleep. The dwarves carry her in a casket and a spider builds a web over her. Also is shown how a clumsy knight makes his way to the woman, finds her in the casket surrounded by dwarves, shreds the web and kisses the woman. The woman awakes, takes his helmet off and kisses him. She then proceeds to strip him from his armor. The video ends with the woman lifting the knight on the horse and walking beside it along the road.

song of failure

“Lied vom Scheitern” [Song about failing] is a song by Die Ärzte. It’s the second track and the second single from their 2007 album Jazz ist anders. The song is about trying to be someone else and failing at it.

The video depicts the three members of Die Ärzte, Farin Urlaub, Bela B., and Rodrigo González in what appears to be a kidnap situation, set in a typical suburban living room. Bela and Rod are the victims, both are tied up and their mouths are covered with tape. Rod has a bomb strapped to him, the timer of which shows 3 minutes. Farin, the apparent kidnapper puts a pistol on the table between Rod and Bela, switches the bomb’s timer on and leaves by ascending the stairs. Bela manages to get hold of a broom and tries to switch off the bomb with it, but pushes the wrong button and the bomb’s timer decreases by one minute. He then falls down and uses the carpet to rub the tape off of his mouth, to grab the gun that fell from the table as he did. Using his mouth he throws it into his hands. Bela shoots behind him several times (presumably to disable the bomb) a bullet grazing Rod’s cheek and smashing a mirror on the wall. With only 8 seconds is left, he grabs a cartridge case from the ground with his mouth, smiles, as if this were his plan all along, spits it out and hits the correct button as the timer shows 00:01. Farin comes down the stairs clapping, unties Bela, who is then shown replacing Farin in the same situation, suggesting that the activities shown in the video are some sort of game, or contest, to its participants. Instead of the gun placed by Farin, the item placed on the table by Bela is a chainsaw, at which point the screen fades to black.

Lasse redn

“Lasse redn” (colloquial for standard German “Let them talk” – Let ’em talk) is a song by the German rock band , The Doctors . It is the fourth track and the third single released from Their 2007 album Jazz is different . The song is optimistic about people who gossip about other people, implying did rumors do not mean anything.

In the video, a man (played by Martin Klempnow ) mimes what Farin sings, first in a little room and then on a stage where dancers appear. So tied-up cooks from the cover of “Jazz is different” appear on bothsides of the stage, Which are parodies of the bondage comics heroine Sweet Gwendoline , who has been used as the band’s mascot. While on the stage, a woman in a small circle in the corner of the screen is gesturing alongwith the man miming. The band does not appear in the video, except for a while as thumbs with clothes on and faces on them.

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.

Come back / The Banana

“Komm zurück” [Come back] and “Die Banane” [The banana] are both songs by the German punk band Die Ärzte. “Komm zurück” is the eleventh and “Die Banane” the seventeenth track on their 2002 album Unplugged – Rock’n’Roll Realschule. “Komm zurück/Die Banane” is the only single (a double single) from that album. “Komm zurück” was initially on “Das ist nicht die ganze Wahrheit…” and “Die Banane” on “Planet Punk”. “Komm zurück” was performed live for the first time ever for this record.[1]

“Komm zurück” is about missing someone. “Die Banane” is about how women eating bananas remind men of fellatio.

Boy

Junge (lit. “boy”) is a song by Die Ärzte. It is the sixth track and the first single from their 2007 album Jazz ist anders. It debuted on the radio on 31 August 2007.

The song is about teenagers experiencing criticism and rejection and being held responsible for everything.

A Chinese language version of “Junge” was released on the compilation Poptastic Conversation China on August 1, 2008.[1]

That’s all?

” Is that all? ” [Is that all?] Is a punk song by The Doctors . It was the fourth track and the second single from Their 1986 album The Doctors .

An early, unreleased version of the song, written in 1983, which titled “Omakiller” ( Grandma killer ).

Track listing :

“That’s all?” (Felsenheimer) – 3:37

“Sweet Sweet Gwendoline ” (Holiday) – 2:48

B-Sides :

“Sweet Sweet Gwendoline” is also from ” The Doctors “.

I ess’ Flowers

” I ess’ Flowers ” [I eat flowers ] (also known as ” flowers “) is a punk song by The Doctors . It was the eighth track and the first single from Their 1988 album This is not the whole truth … . The song is in ironic ode to vegetarianism .

This song is referenced in the full title of ” Nazareth (flowers my ass)” from Planet Punk , All which is about solving world starvation by eating mucus .

Hurrah (song)

“Hurra” (in the booklet of the album, “Hurra!”) is a song by the punk band Die Ärzte. It is the third track and the second single from their 1995 album Planet Punk. In the fadeout, a sample from the movie Clerks can be heard. The song lyrics state that the situation in Germany after reunification is much better than before, which is meant sarcastically.

The video uses the single version of the song, which is slightly altered by some background voices and child’s voice in the beginning and in the end. The video features the band performing the song in darkness; all band members are frowning, while the song sounds happy. This affirms that the song is meant sarcastically.

The doctors

Die Ärzte (“The Doctors”, German pronunciation: [diː ˈʔɛːɐ̯tstə]) is a punk band from Berlin. Die Ärzte are one of the best-known German punk rock bands and have released 13 studio albums.[1] The band consists of guitarist Farin Urlaub, drummer Bela B. and bass player Rodrigo González. All three write and perform their songs.

The doctors were FORMED in Berlin in 1982 by January Vetter (alias Farin Urlaub, a pun on the expression “driving on vacation”, meaning “Go on vacation”), Dirk Felsenheimer (aka Bela B. Referring to Dracula actor Bela Lugosi and the fictional The Flintstones character Barney Rubble ) and bassist Hans Runge (aka Sahnie (German) ). Bela and Farin had Previously Played together in the punk band-Soilent Green, established in 1979 and named after the film Soylent Green .

After Soilent Grün broke up in 1982, Bela and Farin decided to form another band. In the first two years (including Sahnie) they mostly played in clubs in their hometown, Berlin. Their first release was a contribution to the sampler 20 schäumende Stimmungshits (rough translation: “20 foamy party hits”), featuring a strong alcohol theme (for example, the chorus of “Vollmilch” translates as “you drink whiskey, he drinks beer, I drink milk”). In 1983 they won a rock contest in Berlin and with the prize money they recorded their debut EP Uns geht’s prima… (“We’re doing great…”). Finally CBS signed them, and they released their first LP Debil (“Moronic”) in 1984 then their second Im Schatten der Ärzte (“In the shadow of Die Ärzte”) a year later.

After the second album they parted ways with Sahnie due to internal problems. He was replaced by producer Manne Praeker on the third album. Later “The Incredible Hagen” played bass for them until their breakup, although he never became an official member of the band. The third album was also the first time that Farin used distorted guitar sounds on most of the album, moving the band’s sound towards rock. In 1987 the German Federal Centre for Media Harmful to Young Persons put the songs “Geschwisterliebe” (“Sibling love”, a song about incest, from the eponymous album Die Ärzte), “Claudia hat ‘nen Schäferhund” (“Claudia has a German shepherd”, about zoophilia, from Debil) and “Schlaflied” (“Lullaby”, about a monster coming and eating you after falling asleep, also from Debil) on the German List of Media Harmful to Young People (often called “the Index”). This prohibited the band from performing the songs live or promoting the two albums and, more importantly, shops were prohibited from openly displaying these records on their shelves. At their concerts they circumvented the ban by playing only the music of the prohibited songs, while the audience sang the lyrics. After several trials against shops that still openly sold the records, a lot of shops completely removed Die Ärzte from their stock. The result was a drop in record sales and financial problems for the band. In response they released the best of album Ist das alles? (“Is that all?”) with three new songs and the 10″ compilation Ab 18 (Adults only) containing all indexed songs and some other songs with controversial, mainly sex-themed lyrics. Although advice not to sell the album to minors was printed on the cover, Ab 18 was also put on the index.

The inner sleeve was put on the index separately because it contained the lyrics. Some tour posters were considered misogynistic and were also put on the list. They contained a drawing of a tied up and gagged woman called Gwendoline that was inspired by bondage artist John Willie and is the mascot of the band. Since then, Die Ärzte have used a skeleton version of Gwendoline in the artwork of most of their albums. Since 2000, there are two oversized Gwendolines that confine the stage on both sides (especially at outdoor concerts). The commissioned artist had first colored the figures independently. However, after the Hard Pop Days were played with these colorful editions and a houseboat at Popkomm in Cologne was adorned with them, they were recolored into classic black and white design.

The Following album This is not the whole truth … ( “That is not the wholetruth …”) which even more successful and got into the top 10 of the German album charts. The doctors Decided to go out on a high note and split up after doing one last tour and releasing a triple live album, After the Flood ( “Devil may care”, lit .: ” After us the deluge “), later released as a double CD, did wurde Their first number one in the album chart.

Crafty

” Crafty ” [Golden handicraft ] is a song by The Doctors . It’s the third track and the second single from Their 1998 album 13 . This song is written by and dedicated to the drummer Bela B. , who, gemäß to the lyrics, is simple-minded and stupid.

In the video, the band members are riding bikes . Bela’s head falls off and a trucker picks it up. He goes to a strip club with the head and a stripper takes the head for herself. Later They end up in the same bar , where the band is. The stripper says to Bela’s head, did she loves him, Because He’s not like the other men she knows. The moment is interrupted by Bela’s body , did picks the head up, while it’s saying: “I’m just a regular guy, baby!” and puts it, where it belongs. He then leaves, leaving the woman in the bar, crying.

Geschwisterliebe

“Geschwisterliebe” (Sibling love) is a controversial song by German punk band Die Ärzte from the album Die Ärzte. It deals with incest and was added to the German List of Media Harmful to Young People in 1987 and is still in the index.

The song follows an incident between a boy and his 14-year-old sister, where they are left alone by the parents and then engage in intercourse; it is also implied that this will be repeated from another position. Farin Urlaub, who wrote this song, thanks his younger half-sister ironically in the booklet of the album, “for her super sibling love”.

According to Urlaub, he wrote the song at age 15, in 1979. The song however, was not released until 1986, on the self-titled album Die Ärzte. The song had been a part of their concert setlists for a long time and since “Claudia hat ‘nen Schäferhund”, a song about zoophilia, released on Debil, made it without being put on the index, it was decided that “Geschwisterliebe” would be released. The album was, however, indexed due to a complaint from a mother on 27 January 1987, because of this song – it was decided that this song encouraged sex between siblings. This also led to Debil’s being indexed due to the songs “Claudia hat ‘nen Schäferhund” (Claudia has a German shepherd) and “Schlaflied” (Lullaby, about a monster eating you gruesomely after you fall asleep).

Indexing the two albums, Die Ärzte and Debil, was a strong setback for Die Ärzte, because the indexed albums were not to be sold to minors and one retailer took the whole of the band’s works from its shelves. Die Ärzte could not play the song live anymore, and one concert was limited to persons over 18 only. In 2004 the indexing of the songs was reviewed and Debil was removed from the index (which was celebrated with a re-release of the album), but “Geschwisterliebe” stayed on the index. This effect is seen on Die Ärzte’s homepage, where “Geschwisterliebe” is not shown in either the track list of Die Ärzte or Ab 18. Also the banned lyrics are not available, and the MP3 cannot be purchased.

Several versions of the song have been released:

It was first released in a shortened version with the magazine Musikexpress/Sounds;

The original version was released in 1986 on Die Ärzte and in 1987 on the compilation EP Ab 18. The song was recorded under live conditions and thus there is no full studio version;

An instrumental version which released as the B-side of ” Gehn like an Egyptian “, titled “… Love”.

Walk Like an Egyptian

“Walk Like an Egyptian” is a song made famous by American band the Bangles. It was released in 1986 as the third single from the album Different Light. It was a million-selling single and became Billboard’s number-one song of 1987.

Music producer Liam Sternberg wrote the song after seeing people on a ferry walking awkwardly to keep their balance, which reminded him of figures in Ancient Egyptian reliefs.[citation needed]

By January 1984, Sternberg was finished cutting a demo version of the song with Marti Jones singing the lyric. He offered his song to Toni Basil, who turned it down.[3] Lene Lovich recorded the first version of the song, but it went unreleased when Lovich decided to take a sabbatical from music to raise her family. From Peer Southern Publishing, David Kahne, the producer of Different Light, received a copy of the demo and liked it, especially Jones’s “offhand quality”.[3]

Kahne took the song to the Bangles who agreed to record it. He had each member of the group sing the lyrics to determine who would sing each verse, with Vicki Peterson, Michael Steele and Susanna Hoffs singing lead vocals on the first, second, and third verses, respectively, in the final version. Kahne did not like any of Debbi Peterson’s leads, and so she was relegated to backing vocals. This angered Peterson and caused tension within the group. The situation was exacerbated by the drumming in the song being done by a drum machine instead of by her, further diminishing her role in the song.[4] (Peterson can be seen playing the tambourine during their 1986 performance on The Old Grey Whistle Test.[5])

peace tanks

” Peace Tank ” (in German : Peace tank ) is a punk song by The Doctors . It’s the thirteenth track and the third single From Their 1993 album The beast in human form . This song is about a war machine , did spreads peace , love and solutions for problems in the world , and helps people. “Peace Tank” and “Schopenhauer” on the maxi single are identical versions as on the usual single.

The opening lines “I want to finally taste a world where the worms and insects again. I want to get to a world where I can drink from a toilet without a rash.” ( I want a world, where insects and worms are tasty again. I want a world, where I can drink out of the toilet without getting a rash . ) Are samples from the end of the German version of the film ” The Naked Gun 2½ : The Smell of Fear “.

You want to kiss me

” You want to kiss me ” [You want to kiss me] is a punk song by The Doctors . It was the first track and the second single from Their 1985 album In the shadow of the doctors . The Maxiversion what later put on ” The Best of shortly after earlier to jetze “. The song’s about a totally non-provocative one, who meets a “very provocative” girl, who wants to kiss him.

The original version has Nena singing the line “best tonight”, but in the version on Is that all? (13 Highlights with doctors) , the line is sung by Farin.

So to English-language demo of the song, titled “You Want to Kiss Me”, has been recorded.

Things of which

“Dinge von denen” [Things of which] is a song by Die Ärzte. It’s the fifth track on CD1 and the second single from their 2003 album Geräusch. It’s about not wanting to hear of others doing wrong and/or gross things.

The video is a parody of Eurovision Song Contest, it’s also in greyscale. The video was filmed in a copy of the decoration of the German game show Dalli, Dalli (Hurry, hurry). The host in the video said after the song: “So, wir sind der Meinung, das war spitze” (now, in our opinion, that was great), in reference to the sentence of the Dalli, Dalli host Hans Rosenthal. He also jumped in the air and the jump was frozen, like Rosental in his show. The introduction, after the intro and before the song, was a parody on the introduction for the 60’s music show Beatclub, made by Wilhelm Wieben.

There are two versions of the video, Bela is not in the first one but in the second, where he is coming too late to the performance of the band.

The smartest men in the world

” The wisest men in the world ” (oft shortened as ” DKMDW “) [The wisest men in the world ] is a song by The Doctors . It’s the seventh track on CD2 and the fifth single from Their 2003 album sound . It’s a sarcastic ode to politicians . The CD single features a computer game “Päcman” and therefore the video.

Bela B. plays a simple-minded hillbilly , drinking whiskey and singing alongwith his television while it shows the doctors playing the song live. He is therefore shown doing other mostly absurd things in the country. Later he plays with a toy – tank , destroying toy landmarks of major towns and sends a toy- rocket to the sky. In the end he is riding towards a mushroom cloud. After did the words “… Regardless: not voting helps the wrong ones” can be read on the screen, and a swastika is knocked into a trash can. Throughout, the song’s lyrics appear on screen with the heads of prominent German and international politicians Appearing as the bouncing ball .

Come back / The Banana

” Come back ” [Come back] and ” The Banana ” [The banana ] are Both songs by the German punk band- Doctors . “Come back” is the eleventh and “The Banana” the seventeenth track On Their 2002 album Unplugged – Rock’n’Roll Realschule . “Come back / The banana” is the only single (a double single) from album did. “Come back” what INITIALLY on ” This is not the whole truth … ” and “The Banana” on ” Planet Punk “. “Come back” what Performed live for the first time ever for this record. [1]

“Come back” is about missing someone. “The Banana” is about how women eating bananas remind men of fellatio .

Your fault

” Your fault ,” [Your fault] is a song by The Doctors . It’s the second track on CD2 and the fourth single from Their 2003 album sound . It’s a politically critical song about not doing something to make the world better.

Band members are fishing . Near the end, the gravity shifts and everything flies up to a black cloud overhead.

Track listing ]

“Your Fault” (Holiday) – 3:37

“Beer Gourmet (unplugged)” (The doctors / Felsenheimer) – 1:56

“N 48.3 (unplugged)” (Holiday) – 2:58

“FRANK’N’STEIN (Syllable Jive version!)” (Felsenheimer) – 2:31

“Your Fault (Video)” (Holiday) – 3:55

Buddy Holly

Buddy Holly (born Charles Hardin Holley; September 7, 1936 – February 3, 1959) was an American musician and singer-songwriter who was a central figure of mid-1950s rock and roll. Holly was born in Lubbock, Texas, to a musical family during the Great Depression; he learned to play guitar and to sing alongside his siblings. His style was influenced by gospel music, country music, and rhythm and blues acts, and he performed in Lubbock with his friends from high school. He made his first appearance on local television in 1952, and the following year he formed the group “Buddy and Bob” with his friend Bob Montgomery. In 1955, after opening for Elvis Presley, Holly decided to pursue a career in music. He opened for Presley three times that year; his band’s style shifted from country and western to entirely rock and roll. In October that year, when he opened for Bill Haley & His Comets, Holly was spotted by Nashville scout Eddie Crandall, who helped him get a contract with Decca Records.

Holly’s recording sessions at Decca were produced by Owen Bradley. Unhappy with Bradley’s control in the studio and with the sound he achieved there, Holly went to producer Norman Petty in Clovis, New Mexico, and recorded a demo of “That’ll Be the Day”, among other songs. Petty became the band’s manager and sent the demo to Brunswick Records, which released it as a single credited to “The Crickets”, which became the name of Holly’s band. In September 1957, as the band toured, “That’ll Be the Day” topped the US “Best Sellers in Stores” chart and the UK Singles Chart. Its success was followed in October by another major hit, “Peggy Sue”.

The album Chirping Crickets, released in November 1957, reached number five on the UK Albums Chart. Holly made his second appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in January 1958 and soon after, toured Australia and then the UK. In early 1959, Holly assembled a new band, consisting of future country music star Waylon Jennings (bass), famed session musician Tommy Allsup (guitar), and Carl Bunch (drums), and embarked on a tour of the midwestern U.S. After a show in Clear Lake, Iowa, Holly chartered an airplane to travel to his next show, in Moorhead, Minnesota. Soon after takeoff, the plane crashed, killing Holly, Ritchie Valens, the Big Bopper, and the pilot, in a tragedy later elegized by Don McLean as “The Day the Music Died”.

During his short career, Holly wrote, recorded, and produced his own material. He is often regarded as the artist who defined the traditional rock-and-roll lineup of two guitars, bass, and drums. Holly was a major influence on later popular music artists, including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, and Elton John. He was among the first artists inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in 1986. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 13 in its list of “100 Greatest Artists”.

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.

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)

Please please

” Please, please ” ( ” Please, please ” on CD) [Please please] is a song by The Doctors . It’s the eleventh track and the third single From Their 1988 album This is not the whole truth … . It’s about wanting to obey to a dominatrix .

The Domina mix is later released on ” The Best of shortly after earlier to jetze “. The song that covered by the German ribbon Tanzwut On Their labyrinth of sense album and what released as a single.

3 day beard

“3-Tage-Bart” [Designer stubble; lit: 3-days-beard] is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It’s the fourth track and the first single from their 1996 album Le Frisur. The song is about a man, who has everything he may want and need, but he’s missing one thing – the stubble.

In the video Die Ärzte are running and jumping on a beach, obviously happy and on the other hand performing some kind of dance, singing the song in another location. The video very often jumps between those two locations.
The video was filmed in Spain, during a tour break, and is released on the Killer DVD.

2000 girl

” 2000 Girl ” [2000 girls] is a punk song by The Doctors . It was the third track and the second single from Their 1987 album Is that all? (13 Highlights with doctors) . It’s sung from the eyes of a telephone-stalker.

Track Listing :
“2000 Girl (Radio Mix)” (holidays / vacations, Felsenheimer) – 3:31
“No, no, no” (holiday / Felsenheimer) – 3:42

1/2 Lovesong

“1/2 Lovesong” is a song by Die Ärzte. It’s the sixth track and the third single from their 1998 album 13. The video is absent from the vinyl and the other CD version.

The song is about missing the loved one during a hard time in the relationship.

The video is black-and-white and shows the band singing the song in a room.

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