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Let Me Be Your Pirate - Nena - 99 Luftballons (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nena die Band is a best-of album by German pop group Nena, released in The first track, "Lass mich dein Pirat sein", is a remix. The version of "99 Luftballons" here combines the original recording with a live recording.
  2. May 16,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of 99 Luftballons on Discogs. Label: Epic - BFE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop/5(93).
  3. Limited gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing including insert. Fragezeichen? (German for 'question mark') is the second album by German pop-rock band Nena. It was released in , just a year after the band's first album Nena. Like it's self-titled predecessor, this album was produced by Reinhold Heil and Manne Praeker of Spliff/5(16).
  4. NENA Nena ( UK track vinyl LP featuring their debut album which was a hit within the Neue Deutsche Welle [New German Wave] scene including the classic single 99 Luftballoons glossy picture sleeve. Let Me Be Your Pirate Side Two: 6. Kino 7. Das Land Der Elefanten 8. Leuchtturm 9. Rette Mich Unerkannt Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. 99 Luftballons, an Album by Nena. Released in on Epic (catalog no. EK ; CD). Genres: Neue Deutsche Welle, Synthpop, Power Pop.
  6. 99 Luftballons (German for "99 Balloons"), also known as International Album, is a compilation album by German pop band Nena, released in 8 April It was their first album released worldwide following the success of " 99 Luftballons " and also the first with English lyrics. The album had moderate success in America.
  7. 99 Luftballons, a Compilation of songs by Nena. Released 12 April on Epic (catalog no. BFE ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Neue Deutsche Welle, Synthpop, Power Pop.
  8. 99 Luftballons 7 Let Me Be Your Pirate 8? 9 Unerkannt durchs Märchenland 10 99 Red Balloons 11 "Blast from the past" album I used to hear from my childhood. Like a lot of folks, I always enjoyed the German side of the album as much or more than the English side, even if I barely understood it. Always like Nena /5().

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