History Music / DieArzte

3rd Apr '16 4:58:25 PM Jhonny
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** They did one of these on MisaimedFandom with their video for "Die klügsten Männer der Welt" [[note]]"The wisest men in the world"[[/note]]. It features Bela as a stereotypical cowboy in the DeepSouth singing enthusiastically along with [[{{CelebrityParadox}} a certain german punk bands song]], complete with UsefulNotes/{{GeorgeW.Bush}}, as well as several other prominent german and international politicians heads used as [[{{FollowtheBouncingBall}} the bouncing ball]]. The song is actually an ironic critique of leading politicians, issues with transparency and the little actual input the general public has on politics and big decisions such as heading into war. Cowboy!Bela [[{{SarcasmBlind}} is oblivious to this]], praising 'the wisest men in the world' happily, playing with a toy-tank to destroy famous world-monuments, launching a rocket and riding happily towards a huge mushroom cloud on the horizon in the end.

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** They did one of these on MisaimedFandom with their video for "Die klügsten Männer der Welt" [[note]]"The wisest men in the world"[[/note]]. It features Bela as a stereotypical cowboy in the DeepSouth singing enthusiastically along with [[{{CelebrityParadox}} a certain german punk bands song]], complete with UsefulNotes/{{GeorgeW.Bush}}, UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush, as well as several other prominent german and international politicians heads used as [[{{FollowtheBouncingBall}} the bouncing ball]]. The song is actually an ironic critique of leading politicians, issues with transparency and the little actual input the general public has on politics and big decisions such as heading into war. Cowboy!Bela [[{{SarcasmBlind}} is oblivious to this]], praising 'the wisest men in the world' happily, playing with a toy-tank to destroy famous world-monuments, launching a rocket and riding happily towards a huge mushroom cloud on the horizon in the end.
25th Feb '16 10:05:07 AM Jhonny
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* HeavyMetalUmlaut: Their logo is a parody of this; it's an A with ''three'' dots on top of it. (Their name actually ''needs'' an standard two-dot umlaut above the A to be proper German).

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* HeavyMetalUmlaut: Their logo is a parody of this; it's an A with ''three'' dots on top of it. (Their name actually ''needs'' an standard two-dot umlaut above the A to be proper German). The three dots are most likely based on the fact that the band has three members
25th Feb '16 9:36:43 AM Jhonny
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[[LongRunners Formed in 1982]], they broke up briefly in 1989, reuniting in 1993. They have released 13 studio albums, six live albums and seven compilations until now, and managing to get three of all of them [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Department_for_Media_Harmful_to_Young_Persons indexed]] in Germany. Their (studio) discography:

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[[LongRunners Formed in 1982]], they broke up briefly in 1989, reuniting in 1993. They have released 13 studio albums, six live albums and seven compilations until now, and managing to get three of all of them [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Department_for_Media_Harmful_to_Young_Persons indexed]] in Germany. Farin and Bela are for all intents and purposes the face of the band but their current base player (the third in band history and with them since 1993) also sings a handful of songs and has written a couple, usually one or two per LP. Previous base players have been even more marginal to the band with their second base player never even officially being part of the band (Their second base player was featured in the manner of "Die Ärzter with..." or similar ways). Bela and Farin are both from Berlin whereas Rod was born in Chile and came to Germany because his parents ran afoul of the Pinochet regime. Die ärzte are famous/notorious for their elaborate three hour live shows that include antics like giving encores at festivals and spending most of the time bickering at each other in puerile humor and heavy Berliner dialect. There is even one semi-official release of just the things they said on live concerts that weren't their songs. Improvising changed lyrics to their songs is also a thing they like to do.
Their (studio) discography:
4th Feb '16 7:19:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheCameo: Bela appears as an usher near the end of {{Inglourious Basterds}}

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* TheCameo: Bela appears as an usher near the end of {{Inglourious Film/{{Inglourious Basterds}}
10th Nov '15 3:20:17 AM Stripedcandy
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* AffectionateParody: Tons of these. Die Ärzte are sort of famous for doing homages/[[{{AffectionateParody}} affectionate parodys]] in their music videos and songs.
** They did one of these on MisaimedFandom with their video for "Die klügsten Männer der Welt" [[note]]"The wisest men in the world"[[/note]]. It features Bela as a stereotypical cowboy in the DeepSouth singing enthusiastically along with [[{{CelebrityParadox}} a certain german punk bands song]], complete with UsefulNotes/{{GeorgeW.Bush}}, as well as several other prominent german and international politicians heads used as [[{{FollowtheBouncingBall}} the bouncing ball]]. The song is actually an ironic critique of leading politicians, issues with transparency and the little actual input the general public has on politics and big decisions such as heading into war. Cowboy!Bela [[{{SarcasmBlind}} is oblivious to this]], praising 'the wisest men in the world' happily, playing with a toy-tank to destroy famous world-monuments, launching a rocket and riding happily towards a huge mushroom cloud on the horizon in the end.



** This tradition unsurprisingly also prevails in their solo work. Farins solo song [[{{GratuitousJapanese}} Sumisu]] not only name-drops [[note]]and in a way [[{{TitleDrop}} title-drops]][[/note]] Music/{{The Smiths}}, but might as well have been a Smiths song with german lyrics.

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** This tradition unsurprisingly also prevails in their solo work. Farins solo song [[{{GratuitousJapanese}} Sumisu]] not only name-drops [[note]]and in a way [[{{TitleDrop}} title-drops]][[/note]] Music/{{The Smiths}}, but might as well have been a Smiths song with german lyrics. Doubles as AffectionateParody.



* MisaimedFandom: [[{{AffectionateParody}} Parodied]] in the video for "Die klügsten Männer der Welt" [[note]]"The wisest men in the world"[[/note]]. It features Bela as a stereotypical cowboy in the DeepSouth singing enthusiastically along with [[{{CelebrityParadox}} a certain german punk bands song]], complete with UsefulNotes/{{GeorgeW.Bush}}, as well as several other prominent german and international politicians heads used as [[{{FollowtheBouncingBall}} the bouncing ball]]. The song is actually an ironic critique of leading politicians, issues with transparency and the little actual input the general public has on politics and big decisions such as heading into war. Cowboy!Bela [[{{SarcasmBlind}} is oblivious to this]], praising 'the wisest men in the world' happily, playing with a toy-tank to destroy famous world-monuments, launching a rocket and riding happily towards a huge mushroom cloud on the horizon in the end.
* MonsterMash: 'Monsterparty' has the protagonist attending a party at [[{{Dracula}} Dracula's castle]] where he meets Film/TheInvisibleMan, Film/KingKong, FrankensteinsMonster, Film/{{The Wolfman|1941}}, [[DemBones a skeleton]], [[Film/{{Jaws}} the Great White Shark]], The {{Mummy}} and [[Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial ET]]

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* MisaimedFandom: [[{{AffectionateParody}} Parodied]] in the video for "Die klügsten Männer der Welt" [[note]]"The wisest men in the world"[[/note]]. It features Bela as a stereotypical cowboy in the DeepSouth singing enthusiastically along with [[{{CelebrityParadox}} a certain german punk bands song]], complete with UsefulNotes/{{GeorgeW.Bush}}, as well as several other prominent german and international politicians heads used as [[{{FollowtheBouncingBall}} the bouncing ball]]. The song is actually an ironic critique of leading politicians, issues with transparency and the little actual input the general public has on politics and big decisions such as heading into war. Cowboy!Bela [[{{SarcasmBlind}} is oblivious to this]], praising 'the wisest men in the world' happily, playing with a toy-tank to destroy famous world-monuments, launching a rocket and riding happily towards a huge mushroom cloud on the horizon in the end.
* MonsterMash: 'Monsterparty' has the protagonist attending a party at [[{{Dracula}} Dracula's castle]] where he meets Film/TheInvisibleMan, Film/KingKong, FrankensteinsMonster, Film/{{The Wolfman|1941}}, [[DemBones a skeleton]], [[Film/{{Jaws}} the Great White Shark]], The {{Mummy}} and [[Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial ET]]
10th Nov '15 3:05:24 AM Stripedcandy
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* MonsterMash: 'Monsterparty' has the protagonist attending a party at [[{{Dracula}} Dracula's castle]] where he meets Film/TheInvisibleMan, Film/KingKong, FrankensteinsMonster, Film/{{The Wolfman|1941}}, [[DemBones a skeleton]], [[Film/{{Jaws}} the Great White Shark]], The {{Mummy}} and [[Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial ET]]

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*MisaimedFandom: [[{{AffectionateParody}} Parodied]] in the video for "Die klügsten Männer der Welt" [[note]]"The wisest men in the world"[[/note]]. It features Bela as a stereotypical cowboy in the DeepSouth singing enthusiastically along with [[{{CelebrityParadox}} a certain german punk bands song]], complete with UsefulNotes/{{GeorgeW.Bush}}, as well as several other prominent german and international politicians heads used as [[{{FollowtheBouncingBall}} the bouncing ball]]. The song is actually an ironic critique of leading politicians, issues with transparency and the little actual input the general public has on politics and big decisions such as heading into war. Cowboy!Bela [[{{SarcasmBlind}} is oblivious to this]], praising 'the wisest men in the world' happily, playing with a toy-tank to destroy famous world-monuments, launching a rocket and riding happily towards a huge mushroom cloud on the horizon in the end.
* MonsterMash: 'Monsterparty' has the protagonist attending a party at [[{{Dracula}} Dracula's castle]] where he meets Film/TheInvisibleMan, Film/KingKong, FrankensteinsMonster, Film/{{The Wolfman|1941}}, [[DemBones a skeleton]], [[Film/{{Jaws}} the Great White Shark]], The {{Mummy}} and [[Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial ET]]
10th Nov '15 2:14:43 AM Stripedcandy
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* KilledMidSentence: The last verse of 'Fafafa' is ended mid-sentence by the singer being shot


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* KilledMidSentence: The last verse of 'Fafafa' is ended mid-sentence by the singer being shot
10th Nov '15 1:56:51 AM Stripedcandy
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* IronicNurseryRhyme: PlayedForLaughs. Their song "Schlaflied" ("Lullaby") is a [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin}} lullaby}} about... stuff that lullabies normally aren't about.

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* IronicNurseryRhyme: PlayedForLaughs. Their song "Schlaflied" ("Lullaby") is a [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin}} lullaby}} lullaby]] about... stuff that lullabies normally aren't about.
10th Nov '15 1:55:17 AM Stripedcandy
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** This tradition unsurprisingly also prevails in their solo work. [[{{GratuitousJapanese}} Sumisu]] not only name-drops [[note]]and in a way [[{{TitleDrop}} title-drops]][[/note]] Music/{{The Smiths}}, but might as well have been a Smiths song with german lyrics.

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** This tradition unsurprisingly also prevails in their solo work. Farins solo song [[{{GratuitousJapanese}} Sumisu]] not only name-drops [[note]]and in a way [[{{TitleDrop}} title-drops]][[/note]] Music/{{The Smiths}}, but might as well have been a Smiths song with german lyrics.
10th Nov '15 1:53:50 AM Stripedcandy
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** This tradition unsurprisingly also prevails in their solo work. [[{{GratuitousJapanese}} Sumisu]] not only name-drops [[note]]and in a way [[{{TitleDrop}} title-drops]][[/note]] Music/{{The Smiths}}, but might as well have been a Smiths song with german lyrics.



* IronicNurseryRhyme: PlayedForLaughs. Their song "Schlaflied" ("Lullaby") is a [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin}} lullaby]] about... stuff that lullabies normally aren't about.

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* IronicNurseryRhyme: PlayedForLaughs. Their song "Schlaflied" ("Lullaby") is a [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin}} lullaby]] lullaby}} about... stuff that lullabies normally aren't about.
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