Saturday, July 30, 2022

The Chesterfield Kings: The Berlin Wall Of Sound 1989 + Where The Action Is! 1999


Upstate New York's Chesterfield Kings landed upon the growing punk/new wave scene in the late '70s

with an unbelievably raw '60s rhythm & blues sound that borrowed heavily from pre-1966 Rolling Stones. The group, so unlike any other underground sensations of the period, arguably kickstarted the entire '80s garage rock revival, which flourished in small circles until the end of the decade.

Their first broader public exposure came when a track on Greg Shaw's 1981 Bomp! Records compilation Battle of the Garage netted them a series of dates at the Peppermint Lounge in New York City. After releasing two scene-defining LPs, "Here Are the Chesterfield Kings" and "Stop!", the

combo changed its lineup and sound. With only singer Greg Prevost and bassist Andy Babiuk remaining from the Kings' 1979 incarnation, the band rescinded its promise never to sound like anything from rock's post-1966 history, and began to generate a '70s Rolling Stones/Flamin' Groovies hard rock image and sheen, which culminated in its 1994 LP, "Let's Go Get Stoned", a sendup/tribute of post-Aftermath Rolling Stones.

They then turned to a harder-edged rock sound for "Don't Open Till Doomsday" (1987) and "Berlin

Wall of Sound" (1989) featuring the blues guitar work of new band member Paul Rocco. The group's next album was an acoustic blues record "Drunk On Muddy Water" (1990). Still, the Kings have never drifted too far from their garage band roots, and the group's subsequent albums, which include "Don't Open Til Doomsday" (1997), "Where the Action Is" (1999), "The Mindbending Sounds of the Chesterfield Kings" (2003), and "Psychedelic Sunrise" (2007), have all been cut from the same fabric.

Their "Psychedelic Sunrise" (2008) was an extension of sorts of the group's previous album. "Got

Live…If You Want It" (2009) was a dual live recording and DVD set, as well as the group's final release. The Kings' full-length feature film Where is the Chesterfield King? (2000) is described on their web site as "A comedy/drama in the vein of The Bowery Boys, Batman, The Monkees Show, A Hard Day's Night, Hawaiian Eye, and The Munsters, with a little Three Stooges slapstick to boot…"

In 2011, Prevost took the solo route releasing a 45 "Mr. Charlie" b/w "Rolling Stone Blues" (Mean Disposition Records MDR45001) in 2012, and in 2013 releasing the blues-rock album Mississippi Murderer (Mean Disposition Records MDLP 001-vinyl & CD format). Mean Disposition is a division of Penniman Records out of Barcelona, Spain.



After taking three years off from recording, the Chesterfield Kings finally released The Berlin Wall of

Sound in 1990 and no doubt frightened many longtime fans by relinquishing every grasp on '60s garage-rock, instead delivering a New York Dolls/Heartbreakers approach. Retaining only original singer Greg Provost and original bassist Andy Babiuk, the album is surprisingly heartfelt, despite a wooden blues progression and some overblown, metallic nonsense that borders on the edge of ridiculous. The Hammond organ has disappeared, but The Kings make the new sound work for them, at least until the end of the record.

The Chesterfield Kings – The Berlin Wall Of Sound
Label: Mirror Records Inc. – CD-15
Format:    CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 1989
Genre: Rock
Style: Rock



01. Richard Speck    3:03
02. Dual Action    3:29
03. No Purpose In Life    3:19
04. Coke Bottle Blues    3:34
05. (I'm So) Sick And Tired Of You    4:36
06. Love, Hate, Revenge    4:02
07. Branded On My Heart    3:35
08. Teenage Thunder    2:38
09. Come Back Angeline  (Drums – Doug Meech/Engineer – Harris Johns/Written-By – Daniel Ray, Dee Dee King)  2:57
10. Pills  (Written-By – E. McDaniel)  2:45
11. Who's To Blame    2:50
12. Coke Bottle Blues Revisited (A Tribute To Johnny)    1:12

Bass, Backing Vocals – Andy Babiuk
Drums, Backing Vocals – Brett Reynolds
Guitar [Additional], Piano [Additional] – Richie Scarlet
Guitar, Backing Vocals – Paul Rocco
Lead Vocals, Other [Animal Violence] – Greg Prevost
Producer – Richie Scarlet
Written-By – A. Babiuk (tracks: 1 to 5, 8, 11, 12), G. Prevost (tracks: 1 to 8, 11, 12), M. Pappert (tracks: 1, 2, 8), P. Rocco (tracks: 5, 6, 8, 12)

MP3 @ 320 Size: 90 MB
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Where the Action Is (1999) was a return to garage band roots, a mix of covers and 1960s-styled

In 1999, the Chesterfield Kings were still doing pretty much the same thing they were 15-20 years earlier: an album comprised mostly of covers of '60s garage classics, with a few originals in the same style. In fact, just four of the 17 tracks here are group compositions, the covers spanning nuggets relatively obscure (the Spiders' "Don't Blow Your Mind," the Electric Prunes' "Ain't It Hard"), hits (by the Syndicate Sound, Blues Magoos, and Hollies), and kinda cultish cuts (the Yardbirds' "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago," the Kinks' "I'm Not Like Everybody Else," the Standells' "Sometimes Good

Guys Don't Wear White"). By this time, it should be clear to everybody that the CKs are not innovators but popularizers of the form, just as some contemporary blues band would be popularizing B.B. King and Muddy Waters on a mostly covers disc, or a Scottish folk singer would be popularizing reels and jigs.

The Chesterfield Kings – Where The Action Is!
Label: Sundazed Music – LSD 13, Living Eye Records – LSD 13
Format:    CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 1999
Genre: Rock
Style: Garage Rock



01. Action, Action, Action  2:10
Written-By – B. Hart, T. Boyce
02. Ain't It Hard  2:34
Written-By – R. Tillison, T. Tillison
03. Wrong From Right  2:54
Written-By – A. Babiuk, G. Prevost, J. Okolowicz
04. I'm Five Years Ahead Of My Time  2:21
Written-By – R. Evans, V. Pike
05. Where Do We Go From Here?  3:16
Written-By – A. Babiuk, G. Prevost, M. Lindsay
06. Misty Lane  3:01
Written-By – M. Siegel
07. I Walk In Darkness  2:57
Written-By – A. Babiuk, G. Prevost
08. Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White  2:32
Written-By – E. Cobb
09. Don't Blow Your Mind  2:36
Written-By – Dunaway, Furnier
10. Look Through Any Window  2:20
Written-By – Silverman, Gouldman
11. 1-2-5  2:27
Written-By – B. Burgess, J. Peters
12. I'm Not Like Everybody Else  3:49
Written-By – Davies
13. (We Ain't Got) Nothing Yet  2:21
Written-By – E. Thielhelm, M. Esposito, R. Scala, R. Gilbert
14. A Lovely Sort Of Death  4:55
Written-By – A. Babiuk, G. Prevost
15. Little Girl  2:38
Written-By – B. Gonzalez, D. Baskins
16. You Rub Me The Wrong Way  2:31
Written-By – D. Passerllo
17. Happenings Ten Years Time Ago  4:10
Written-By – J. Beck, J. McCarty, J. Page, K. Relf

MP3 @ 320 Size: 116 MB
Flac  Size: 316 MB

The Chesterfield Kings: Let's Go get Stoned (1994) on Urban Aspirines

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Band Of Susans: Love Agenda 1989


Band of Susans was an American alternative rock band formed in New York City in 1986 and active until 1996. It originally consisted of Robert Poss (guitar/vocals), Susan Stenger (bass/vocals), Ron Spitzer (drums), with Susan Lyall (guitar), Susan Tallman (guitar), and Alva Rogers (vocals). The band

would undergo several permutations over the years, usually involving three guitarists. Poss, Stenger, and Spitzer were the band's core members throughout its duration. They originated in the New York noise rock scene, but due to their layered guitar sound were sometimes seen as the American counterparts to the UK shoegazing bands and also drew influence from modern experimental composers Rhys Chatham and Glenn Branca.

Favoring chaotic squalls of guitar noise and avant textures over the dynamics of conventional songcraft, the New York-based Band of Susans formed in 1986 around the core duo of singers/songwriters Robert

Poss and Susan Stenger, longtime friends who reunited only after pursuing dramatically different musical paths: while Poss became a fixture on the N.Y.C. punk scene in the Clash-inspired Tot Rocket before joing Rhys Chatham's guitar ensemble, Stenger relocated to Prague, where she studied the theories of John Cage. Originally, Band of Susans featured Poss on lead guitar and Stenger on bass, rounded out by guitarists Susan Tallman and Susan Lyall (hence the outfit's name) and drummer Ron Spitzer; four months after forming, they issued their debut EP, Blessing and Curse.

Of the three original Susans who named this noise-loving New York group in the mid-’80s, only bassist/singer Susan Stenger emerged as a mainstay alongside guitarist/songwriter/vocalist Robert Poss (ex-Western Eyes). Together, they navigated the band through high- powered sonic experiments in the

realm of rock songdom. With connections to noted downtown composer (and earplug posterboy) Rhys Chatham’s ensembles as well more conventional bands, the early BoS efforts set simple, repetitive chord/bass patterns in motion and then slathered on layers of vocals and noisy guitar to produce a brisk, visceral flow of magmatic melodicism. The four songs on Blessing and Curse, produced by Poss, locate an exciting niche between anti-music chaos and accessible rock. Dense without being forbidding, “You Were an Optimist” and the speeding “Where Have All the Flowers Gone” (an original) clearly indicate the Susans’ intriguing direction and skill.

In 1988, Band of Susans released their first full-length album, Hope Against Hope; both Tallman and Lyall departed soon after, and were replaced by Page Hamilton (a former student of Glenn Branca, a frequent Susans reference point) and Karen Haglof. Down two Susans, a three-guitar quintet containing

future Helmet founder Page Hamilton made Love Agenda with no diminution in power; the band’s ability to harness distortion, wall-shaking volume and feedback (keeping things just below the chaos line) into well-structured song forms remains a marvelous achievement; the pretentiously poetic art-school lyrics are another matter. The barreling “Because of You” and the droney “It’s Locked Away” are the album’s most impressive tracks. The CD adds a loud but unconvincing cover of the Stones’ “Child of the Moon.”

After 1989's Love Agenda, Hamilton too left the group to found Helmet; he was replaced by Mark Lonergan, and following Haglof's exit, Anne Husick stepped in for 1991's The Word and the Flesh,

which employed a more focused attack, typified by a lesser emphasis on reverb and feedback, to arrive at a more accessible sound. Without the usual attendant line-up changes, Band of Susans issued 1993's dense, droning Veil, followed two years later by Here Comes Success, a uniformly strong collection of lengthy pieces including the instrumental "In the Eye of the Beholder (Song for Rhys)," a tribute to Poss' mentor. In mid-1996, Band of Susans dissolved, although Stenger and Poss continued working with Wire's Bruce Gilbert in the trio GilbertPossStenger in addition to mounting other projects.



Love Agenda is the second album by Band of Susans, released on April 17, 1989 by Blast First and Restless Records. Page Hamilton, later frontman for Helmet, played guitar on the album and sang the lead vocals on the track "It's Locked Away". Also notable was bassist Susan Stenger singing her first lead vocals on the songs "The Pursuit of Happiness", "Birthmark" and "Hard Light". Poss, who produced the record, mixes his vocals, as well Stenger's occasional backing efforts, fairly deep into the mix throughout the record; rather than being annoying or pointlessly obscure, it just feels right, a good way of letting his voice be another instrument to carry the songs. Perhaps to reference that fact, "Thorn in My Side" and "Sin Embargo" are both instrumentals, and are as great as the of the album. The CD version contains the band's noted cover of the Rolling Stones' "Child of the Moon," which in its guitar-overdriven way pretty much beats out the entire remake of Exile on Main St. that Pussy Galore did.

Band Of Susans – Love Agenda
Label: Restless Records – 7 71425-2, Blast First – 7 71425-2
Format:    CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 1989
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock



01. The Pursuit Of Happiness    5:29
02. It's Locked Away    5:10
03. Birthmark    4:09
04. Tourniquet    3:21
05. Thorn In My Side    2:55
06. Sin Embargo    3:43
07. Because Of You    3:52
08. Hard Light    4:41
09. Which Dream Came True    4:55
10. Child Of The Moon  (Written-By – Jagger-Richards)  4:10
11. Take The Express    3:25

Band of Susans

Karen Haglof – electric guitar, backing vocals
Page Hamilton – electric guitar, lead vocals (A2)
Robert Poss – electric guitar, lead vocals (A4, B2, B4), production
Ron Spitzer – drums
Susan Stenger – bass guitar, lead vocals (A1, A3, B3)
Written-By – Poss(tracks: 2 to 9, 11), Stenger (tracks: 1, 3, 8)

MP3 @ 320 Size: 104 MB
Flac Size: 302 MB

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Era: Era 1996


Era (styled as +eRa+) is a new-age music project by French composer Eric Lévi. Some of the lyrics

were written by Guy Protheroe in an imaginary language similar to Greek or Latin, but deliberately devoid of any exact meaning. Musically, the project blends Gregorian chants with modern elements and genres, especially rock, pop and electronic music.

ERA (an acronym for Enminential Rythmn of the Ancestors) is the project of French musician Éric Lévi, whose ethereal, evocative soundscapes began in the tradition of artists like Enigma and Deep Forest. ERA's music generally combines downtempo electronic beats and lush synths with dramatic

Gregorian chanting in a self-designed language similar to Latin and Greek, with no intended meaning, although they have also sung lyrics in Latin, English, and Arabic. The group's self-titled debut originally appeared in 1996 and was re-released several times, topping charts in five countries. ERA began incorporating Middle Eastern influences into their music starting with 2008's Reborn, and focused on reinterpretations of classical compositions on 2009's Classics and its 2010 sequel. Following a 2013 collaboration with singer/actress Arielle Dombasle, ERA revisited some of their older material on 2017's The 7th Sword. The group remained a fixture of popular culture, and following their first-ever live concerts in 2019, they resumed touring in the 2020s.

Éric Lévi was a member of the French hard rock band Shakin' Street in the 1970s and early '80s, and he became a successful film composer in the early '90s. He worked with British composer, lyricist, vocalist, and arranger Guy Protheroe on the soundtrack for the 1993 comedy blockbuster Les Visiteurs. Protheroe then co-wrote and sang lead on "Ameno," the lead single on ERA's self-titled 1996 debut.

Era’s first album, Era, was released in 1996 and became a worldwide success, helped by its first single, "Ameno". The song and its parent album both became massively successful throughout Europe and Latin America; reissued multiple times with altered track listings, ERA gradually sold over 6 million copies. Following up in 2000 with ERA 2, the project returned in 2003 with The Mass -- whose title track referenced Carl Orff's masterpiece O Fortuna -- and sales subsequently hit platinum status in France and Switzerland. The Very Best of ERA was released in 2004 and featured all the popular tracks from their previous three records as well as several remixes.

Most Era songs are sung in an imaginary language inspired by Latin, but with no intended meaning, while others are in actual Latin. They also have some songs in English such as "Mother" and "Looking For Something", and in Arabic, such as "7 Seconds". Era mixes Gregorian chants and occasionally

world music with contemporary electronic and pop-rock arrangements. It is reminiscent of new-age music projects such as Enigma, Gregorian, and Deep Forest. Lyrics are written in Latin and English, and some are based on beliefs of the 13th century French heretics, the Cathars. Era's live shows and music videos often feature artists dressed in medieval or traditional clothes and armour. Usually, actors Pierre Bouisierie and Irene Bustamante perform at Era shows.  

The Arabic-influenced Reborn appeared in 2008, and like previous albums, it reached the Top Ten on France's album charts. 2009's Classics featured ERA's adaptations of pieces by classical composers like

Verdi, Bach, and Vivaldi. In France, it became their highest-charting album since ERA 2, and the group followed it with Classics II in 2010. ERA collaborated with French-American singer, actress, and director Arielle Dombasle on an album simply titled Arielle Dombasle by ERA. They returned in 2017 with The 7th Sword, which featured both new compositions and reimagined versions of previous material. Its lead single was a cover of "7 Seconds" by Neneh Cherry and Youssou N'Dour, sung by vocalists Mim Grey and Racha Rizk.

ERA's music has remained popular partly due to its frequent usage in films, television shows, and wrestling/mixed martial arts events. "Ameno," in particular, resurged in popularity due to its inclusion in several Internet memes. ERA began performing live concerts for the first time in 2019, with actors

Pierre Bouisierie and Irene Bustamante, who appeared in the videos for "Ameno" and other singles, as part of the cast. Following a break from live events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ERA resumed touring in 2022. Their first three albums, "ERA", "ERA 2" and "The Mass" have sold over 20 million copies worldwide and reached Nr. 1 in France (90 weeks), Switzerland (77 weeks), Germany (42 weeks), Austria, Sweden (30 weeks), Finland and Norway. Their lead vocalist Lena Jinnegren sang also on the hit single "A Life So Changed" from the Trance duo Soulcry.



Eric Lévi
Guy Protheroe
Pierre Boisserie
Irene Bustamante
Lena Jinnegren
Eric Geisen
Florence Dedam
Murielle Lefebvre
Chester Thompson
Lee Sklar
Daryl Stuermer
Philippe Manca

Era – Era
Label: Mercury – 534 335-2, Philips – 534 335-2
Format:    CD, Album
Country: France
Released: 1996
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style: Alternative Rock, Ambient, New Age



01. Era    3:16
02. Ameno    4:17
03. Cathar Rhythm  (Lead Vocals – Eric Geisen)  3:17
04. Mother  (Lead Vocals – Florence Dedam)  4:51
05. Avemano    4:17
06. Enae Volare (Mezzo)  (Lead Vocals – Murielle Lefebvre)  4:25
07. Mirror    3:57
08. Ameno (Remix)    3:49
09. Sempire d'Amor    1:50
10. Enae Volare    3:13
11. After Time  (Lead Vocals – Florence Dedam) 3:35
12. Impera    4:37

MP3 @ 320 Size: 104 MB
Flac  Size: 288 MB

Monday, July 25, 2022

Nina Hagen: Original Album Classics (3 CD Box Set) 2011


Nina (Catharina) Hagen was born in East Berlin on March 11th, 1955 as the daughter Hans and Eva

Maria Hagen, he a well-known scriptwriter ("Karbid und Sauerampfer"), she a very popular actress in the GDR. (East Germany, officially the German Democratic Republic). Her Jewish grandparents lost their lives in the concentration camp Sachsenhausen. Also her father was maltreated by the Nazis. At the age of two, her parents separated. Wolf Biermann, an ostracized songwriter in the GDR who had become her mother's lifetime companion in Berlin in the sixties, assumed the role of a foster-father to her.

In 1974, Nina won a special prize at a singing contest in Karl-Marx-Stadt and was elected the best newcomer singer of the year. With her mother's help, she now also managed to get into acting. In this year, she had her first movie performance in "ABC der Liebe", her second one in 1975 in the film in

"Junge, heute ist Freitag". She had become an acknowledged rock singer and a movie star, thus virtually ascending to the status of a cult figure of the GDR's youth. After Wolf Biermann's expulsion from the GDR in November of 1976, Nina and her mother followed the musician to the West. Biermann helped Nina to a contract with the record company CBS. She explored the reggae and the punk scene, went to London and met the women's band "The Slits". At the end of 1977, she presented her own band, the "Nina Hagen Band", that for the main part she had established together with former members of the political rock cabaret "Lokomotive Kreuzberg".

They performed at the "Quartier Latin" in West Berlin among other locations. When her debut album "Nina Hagen Band" including titles like "TV-Glotzer" and "Auf'm Bahnhof Zoo" appeared in 1978 followed by her first grand tour through Germany, this "had a similar effect to the Federal Republic's

suburban home-owners' idyll as Bill Haley's 'Rock around the clock' had had 20 years before" (Die Welt, Feb. 2nd, 1992). According to Fritz Rumler in Der Spiegel, "she thrusts herself into the music, aggressively, directly, furiously, roars in the most beautiful opera alto, then, through shrieks and squeals, precipitates into luminous soprano heights, she parodies, satirises, and howls on stage like a dervish." Punk attitude, sloppy poetry and the coloratura interludes of their lead-singer, it was said, had made "Nina Hagen Band" one of the hottest bands in Europe besides the "Sex Pistols".

In England and America, she was mentioned in one breath together with Marlene Dietrich and Lotte Lenya and was about to make a name for herself in the international music scene, when during a tour through European capitals, she separated from her excellently reputed band. According to contract

though, the Album "Unbehagen" was yet produced together with the band in 1979. In Amsterdam, she shot the film "Cha Cha" together with Herman Brood with whose band "Wild Romance" she occasionally performed. The media uproar that surrounded her was increasingly less concerned with her music though. Her participation in "Club 2", a talk show on Austrian television, became the spectacular climax of her appearances in public, when she lent a hand to herself to demonstrate with greatest aplomb how women could provide themselves with sexual pleasure.

In 1982, her first solo album "NunSexMonkRock" appeared, a mixture of funk, hard rock, fragments of

the Islam and medieval witch cults, and futuristic UFO-fantasies. For American standards remarkably discordant, this album, critics said, was yet easier to listen to than the two previous ones. After a tour through England, Canada and the USA with the "No Problem Orchestra" in the summer of 1982, and following the production of the album "Angstlos" including rock-variations on titles originally sung by Zarah Leander, she started a tour through Germany in the spring of 1984 and was one of the main attractions at the rackety "Rock in Rio" festival. But after that the public's interest in her decreased despite the fact that with her Mohawk hairdo and glaring make-up, and her cosmic visions of God and UFOs, she still managed to make shrill appearances. In addition, she regularly

addressed topics involving social and political conflicts: She protested loudly against apartheid in South Africa and according to her own account, she left the rights to one of her songs to Nelson Mandela to support his election campaign. She participated in activities against wearing fur and branded animal testing, for example in the song "Don't kill the animals" (1986). Her political horizon began to widen considerably in the late eighties. "My heart and my soul are cosmopolitan," the self-acclaimed "citizen of the world, the cosmos, and the beyond" confessed believing in the "divinity within human beings" after "having seen a UFO in her fourth month of pregnancy"

At the beginning of 1992, the shooting of Marianne Rosenbaum's film "Lilien in der Bank" began in which Nina played the role of a woman who had died at an early age and now kept appearing in the dreams of her grandfather (Georg Thomalla). In March of 1992, she got her own TV show on RTLplus where she chatted about everything on God's green earth. In 1993, the album "Revolution Ballroom"

came out with which the singer had hoped to incite a "revolution of humanitarianism" so that "mankind would finally evolve into humans". In 1997, Nina made a guest appearance in a TV thriller of the "Tatort" series with a science fiction story plot. In 1998, she became the host of a weekly science fiction show on the British TV channel "Sci-Fi-Channel". In March of 1998, she started a tour through Germany together with Meret Becker. The program was titled "We're both called Anna" and was designed to pay homage to Bertold Brecht on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his birthday. Besides this, she proved her versatility with the song "Solo" which she recorded together with the rap singer Thomas D. from the band "Die Fantastischen Vier".

"India" became a major issue in Nina's life. Since 1993, she had been travelling through this country and had spent a lot of time in an ashram within proximity to the Tibetan border. She found a Yogi there

and supported several aid projects in India, for example she raised funds to build a hospital by selling pieces of her private belongings by auction in a show. In 1999, she recorded the album "Om Namah Shivay" including mainly Indian songs. The album was distributed only through her internet homepage though. Half of its profits went into charitable projects. One of these projects (that she had already supported for several years) was a dying hospice in Cologne where she continues to pay visits to people who are saying farewell to their lives.

The work on her album "The Return of the Mother" that appeared in February 2001 took her three years. She was her own producer this time, since she had felt very hampered by the restrictions her record company had imposed upon her. In July of 2000, the documentary: "Family Stories: The

Hagens" was shown on the TV channel ARD. In 2001 Nina Produced the film "Om Gottes Willen" with "Catrin Schmitt" about her experiences with Babaji and India. She hosts her own internet show "Ninas TV" and a Live Show "Ninas Welt the Nina Hagen TV Show" both broadcast on the web with the support of she is currently recording a new album and plans to tour later in the year. September 9th, 2000: The singer Nina Hagen and her son Otis who had temporarily disappeared with his father returned to Berlin.

Artistic Work:

Albums (among others)

1978 Nina Hagen Band
1979 Unbehagen
1982 NunSexMonkRock
1983 Astlos
1984 Fearless
1985 In Ekstase
1985 In Ekstasy
1989 Nina Hagen
1991 Street
1993 Revolution Ballroom
1995 Freud Euch
1996 Beehappy
1999 Om Namah Shivay
2000 Return of the Mother
Films and TV (among others)

1974 ABC der Liebe
1975 Junge, heute ist Freitag
1979 Cha Cha
1992 Lilien in der Bank
1993 Nightmare before Christmas
Hot Dogs
1997 Tatort (ARD)
1998 Sci Fri (Sci-Fi-Channel)
1999 Nina Hagen + Punk + Glory
2000 Family Stories: The Hagens (ARD)
2001 Om Gottes Willen

1989 Ich bin ein Berliner

Nina Hagen – Original Album Classics
Label: Sony Music – 88691901662, Legacy – 88691901662, Columbia – 88691901662
Series: Original Album Classics
Format:    Box Set, Compilation
Country: Europe
Released: 2011
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style: Avantgarde, Punk, New Wave


NINA HAGEN BAND 1978        


01. TV-Glotzer (White Punks On Dope)    5:13
02. Rangehn    3:23
03. Unbeschreiblich Weiblich    3:30
04. Auf'm Bahnhof Zoo    5:24
05. Naturträne    4:07
06. Superboy    4:02
07. Heiss    4:07
08. Fisch Im Wasser    0:57
09. Auf'm Friedhof    6:14
10. Der Spinner    3:16
11. Pank    1:45

MP3 @320 Size: 100 MB
Flac  Size: 259 MB



01. Antiworld    4:43
02. Smack Jack    5:17
03. Tiatschi-Tarot    2:05
04. Dread Love    4:08
05. Future Is Now    2:57
06. Born In Xixax    2:55
07. Iki Maska    5:10
08. Dr. Art    4:51
09. Cosmic Shiva    3:19
10. UFO    4:54

MP3 @320 Size: 96 MB
Flac  Size: 252 MB

FEARLESS 1984        


01. New York New York    5:17
02. My Sensation    4:05
03. Flying Saucers    3:12
04. I Love Paul    3:50
05. The Change    4:42
06. Silent Love    4:08
07. What It Is    4:20
08. T.V. Snooze    4:00
09. Springtime In Paris    3:36
10. Zarah    4:37

MP3 @320 Size: 99 MB
Flac  Size: 287 MB

Nina Hagen: Unbehagen 1979 on Urban Aspirines HERE