Nina Hagen - In My World album download
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|1||Michail, Michail (Gorbachov Rap)||5:03|
|3||Erfurt Und Gera||2:50|
|4||Berlin (Is Dufte!)||3:55|
|7||Nina 4 President
Featuring – MC Shaun
|8||Love Heart Attack||4:15|
|10||In My World||4:19|
|12||Super Freak Family||4:15|
|14||Blumen Für Die Damen
Featuring – MC Shaun
NotesCD Label marked with "MADE IN GERMANY". Issued by Karussell Musik & Video GmbH, Hamburg, Manufactured by PDO Hannover, Germany.
No release date mentioned, ca. 1993 or later. Compilation contains material from the album "Nina Hagen" & "Street" .
Track 6 on inlay is mistakenly labeled as "Move Order"; the correct title of this song is "Move Over", a Janis Joplin cover, by the way. Appears correctly on cd and front cover information.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 731451278228
- Label Code: LC 0245
- Matrix / Runout: 512 782-2 01
|512 782-4||Nina Hagen||In My World (Cass, Comp)||Spectrum||512 782-4||Germany||1993|
Street is the fifth studio album by German singer Nina Hagen released on July 23, 1991 by Mercury Records. The album is produced by Zeus B. Held with songs written mostly by Hagen. It features songs in both, English and German. Hagen also worked with Anthony Kiedis and John Frusciante of Red Hot Chili Peppers or with English dance music producer Adamski, with whom she later recorded the song "Get Your Body".
Nina Hagen is the fourth studio album by German singer Nina Hagen. It was released on October 8, 1989, by Mercury Records. Move Over" (Janis Joplin). Super Freak Family" (Hagen, Billy Liesegang). Love Heart Attack" (Junger Junior, Dawson Miller). Hold Me" (Traditional, Billy Liesegang). Vegas" (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman). Live on Mars" (Hagen, Zeus B. Held). Dope Sucks" (Herman Brood). Only Seventeen" (Billy Liesegang, Dawson Miller, Zeus B. Held, Hagen).
Download and listen online In My World by Nina Hagen. Format – mp3. Music video. Watch music video "Nina Hagen - In My World" online. Send lyrics Send translation.
Nina Hagen In Ekstase. Album, 1985, Sony Music. 4. In My World (Voxy Sleaze Mix). Blumen für die Damen.
Nina Hagen is the sixth (fourth solo) album by German punk artist Nina Hagen, released in 1989.
At her best Nina Hagen was deliciously abrasive - an East German post-punk princess whose brash delivery was coupled with real musical talent and a wide vocal range. By the end of the '80s, however, she had descended into pop trash, rehashing the same kinds of synth-enforced songs again and again. Her self-titled album is no exception. Largely sung in English, it contains mostly questionable covers, including Janis Joplin's "Move Over," a version of the gospel classic "Hold Me," and a truly awful rendition of "Ave Maria
Listen to music from Nina Hagen like Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen, Born In Xixax & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Nina Hagen. Catharina "Nina" Hagen (born on March 11, 1955) is a singer from former East Berlin, German Democratic Republic; now Berlin, Germany. Her musical career began when she left school at age sixteen, and went to Poland in 1971. After that, she returned to Germany and joined the cover band Fritzens Dampferband (Fritz's Steamboat Band), together with Achim Mentzel and others. She added songs by Janis Joplin and Tina Turner to the "allowable" set lists during shows.
On the cover photo, Nina appears as a Cramps-esque version of Anita Ekberg. The sound here is less conceptual than either "Nunsexmonkrock" or "Fearless"; "In Ekstase" sounds trashier than those two previous discs; I'd call it "The B-Sides of Fearless". In a side note, a few years after this album came out, when Ken Griffey, jr. was at his peak (before he went to Cincinnati) he was in a commercial that used the opening to "The Lord's Prayer". I only saw it once, so I believe some advertising exec snuck it in before the higher ups realized who and what it was.