Artist: Nina Hagen Band Country: Germany Album: Rockpalast Genre: Punk Rock Year Of Release: 1978 Quality:. avi Video: 640x480 (. 3:1), 25 fps, DivX Codec . or . ~1248 kbps avg Audio: 48 kHz, MPEG Layer 3, 2 ch, ~224. Tracklist . V GLOTZER . ATURTRANE . NBESCHREIBLICH WEIBLICH . EISS . UF’M FRIEDHOF . ER SPINNER . UPERBOY . UF’M BAHNHOF ZOO . ANGEHN 1. ANK 1. Y WAY 1. ERMANN HIESS ER. Time: 57:46. Also you can download Nina Hagen Band - Rockpalast 1978 : Nina Hagen Band, Nina Hagen, 1979, Punk Rock.
In 1978 they released their self-titled debut album, Nina Hagen Band, which included the single "TV-Glotzer" (a cover of "White Punks on Dope" by The Tubes, though with entirely different German lyrics), and "Auf'm Bahnhof Zoo", about West Berlin's then-notorious Berlin Zoologischer Garten station. The album also included a version of "Rangehn" ("Go for It"), a song she had previously recorded in East Germany, but with different music
Nina Hagen Band live at festival Rockpalast 1978. Marti van Lin. Der Spinner, from the first album "Nina Hagen Band" Nina Hagen - Der Spinner (Rockpalast 1978).
Arranged By, Producer – Nina Hagen Band. Bass, Vocals – Manne Praeker. Design – Friedhelm Meinass. Drums, Vibraphone – Herwig Mitteregger. Engineer, Co-producer – Ralph Nowy. Guitar, Vocals – Bernhard Potschka. Keyboards – Reinhold Heil. All songs published by Spliff-Music except B1 by Global. Rights Society (Unboxed): GEMA. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): CBS 83136-1. Matrix, Runout (Label side B): CBS 83136-2.
With Nina Hagen, Bernhard Potschka, Manfred Praeker, Reinhold Heil. Show more on IMDbPro . Technical Specs. Runtime: 58 min. See full technical specs .
Complete Album stats. Last updated: 28 Jun 2019, 06:40 Etc/UTC. Nina Hagen Band Westfalenhalle, Dortmund - Dec 9, 1978 Dec 09 1978.
Nina Hagen Band is the debut studio album by Nina Hagen Band. It was released on February 11, 1978 by CBS Records. It was the first release by German singer Nina Hagen after her 1976 expatriation from East Germany. When she arrived in Hamburg, her stepfather and singer-songwriter Wolf Biermann got her in touch with CBS. Hagen traveled to London where she was introduced to music genres such as punk and reggae, and befriended other artists including Ari Up of the band The Slits