What is your favourite German record?

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Silence by No one :ph34r:

 

There isn't anything more relaxing that arriving home closing tight the windows, turn on my noise cancelling earphones and play my german favorite music during a couple of hours.

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Hitler by Rammstein.

 

Available at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xglg0yjWtyo, but not in Germany because it is censored!

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My favourite German record is 66 years without annexing anything...

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Agree with grampus! Although Genscher did breakup Yugoslavia in 1991. Let's help 66 increase by at least a few more years ...

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A more serious answer. I did enjoy this album from Farin Urlaub Racing Team. Also the song suits the temperature here in schloss grampus... <_<

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Kettcar, Tomte and Farin Urlaub have been mentioned already... in certain moods, I really like "2raumwohnung".

 

And sometimes, I really like Max Raabe und das Palastorchester (songs like "Comedian Harmonists, might be more well-known).

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWl8BeCKX0E&feature=related

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I love Kettcar and Tomte too. Especially Wie sieht's aus in Hamburg by Tomte.

 

I also love Tele and their lead singer Franzisko Wilking's solo album has some really good songs on it such as:

 

-Ein Film über uns

- Aber nie ganz

 

My favourite band though has to be Bosse.

 

Bosse songs worth listening to:

 

- Wartesaal

- 3 Millionen

- Niemand vermisst uns

- Frankfurt Oder

- Liebe ist Leise

- Die Kunst des Verlierens :)

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Absolutely love both Freundeskreis and Joy Denalane (she has a really good voice in English too!)

 

 

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I'm really enjoying this by a chap called Felix Meyer. I think he is from Hamburg or Lüneburg.

 

We got the CD from my others half's sister and it has been on quite a lot.

 

 

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