What's your favorite German music?

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"Generally Dire", no, not if you actually listen to some. Certainly worth being considerably more than 0,25% of your collection- You could do that on Ärzte and Hosen stuff. "Frequently dire" Ill concede (see cro, above), but I'm betting a good number of those 40000 (is that all?) are pretty grim too.

 

You're very good at arguing about nothing.

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Do feel free to fuck right off.

 

What next? Nice bit of Skrewdriver?

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Folk, Pagan:Faun - Diese kalte Nacht

Electro:Eisenfunk - Pong

 

That band Faun is pretty neat. Got any more stuff along the same strain?

 

The second video though...reminded me of the following:

 

 

... :blink:

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This one's for prog451 who needs to relax and get laid. :D

 

http://vimeo.com/44136469

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1 minute ago, Chelski said:

I'm old skool.

 

 

German's love marching music.

 

Rammstein...:wub:

 

This one is my favourite

 

 

 

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"Wo bist du?" is a great song, but I struggle with my translation v meaning of the opening verse:

 

"Ich liebe dich
Ich liebe dich nicht
Ich liebe dich nicht mehr
Ich liebe dich nicht mehr oder weniger als du
Als du mich geliebt hast
Als du mich noch geliebt hast"

 

Becomes...

 

"I love you
I love you not
I love you no more
I love you no more or less than you
Than you loved me
When you still loved me"

 

The first few lines (German) build on each other by adding only a word or two, yet changing the meaning of all the lines said up to this point. In English it's pure gibberish. Taking into account Till's penchant for German wordplay (which won't translate into English) can anyone find the meaning in the first verse?

 

Words above, song above.

 

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