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Die Ärzte – Die Ärzte Früher! / Der Ausverkauf Geht Weiter (1989) Vinyl LP Reissue

Band: Die Ärzte

Album: Die Ärzte Früher! / Der Ausverkauf Geht Weiter

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Music Genre: Punk Rock Pop Rock

Label: Metronome

Release Country: Germany

Record Type: 16 Tracks Vinyl LP Reissue


Die Ärzte are a German Pop-Punk band from Berlin, formed in 1982 by Farin Urlaub and Bela B. with Sahnie becoming the third member.
Sahnie was fired from the band in 1986, he was replaced by The Incredible Hagen. Die Ärzte split in 1988.

In 1993 the band reunited with Rod replacing The Incredible Hagen.

Current lineup:
Farin Urlaub (born October 27th, 1963 as Jan Vetter): vocals, guitar
Bela B. (born December 14th, 1962 as Dirk Felsenheimer): vocals, drums
Rod (born May 19th, 1968 as Rodrigo González): bass, vocals, guitar

Former members:
Sahnie (born June 12th,1962 as Hans Runge) from 1982 to October 1986: bass, vocals
The Incredible Hagen (born February 18th, 1961 as Hagen Liebing, died September 2016) from October 1986 to 1988: bass, backing vocals


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16 Tracks
A1 Teenager Liebe (Echt)
A2 Anneliese Schmidt
A3 Der Lustige Astronaut
A4 Die Einsamkeit Des Würstchens
A5 Ekelpack
A6 Grace Kelly
A7 Kopfhaut
A8 Mein Kleiner Liebling
B1 Sommer, Palmen, Sonnenschein
B2 Teddybär
B3 Tittenmaus
B4 Vollmilch
B5 Wilde Mädchen
B6 Zitroneneis
B7 Zum Bäcker
B8 Teenager Liebe (Unecht)

2nd-edition, originally released in 1989 on Vielklang.




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