History Music / NinaHagen

18th Jan '16 8:57:02 AM Morgenthaler
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8th Jan '16 6:48:07 PM nombretomado
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Career highlights include her first rock hit [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=is727R4oYO0 "Unbeschreiblich Weiblich"]] back in 1978, her [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO5qWlGhfmQ drug-fueled relationship]] with Dutch punk artist Herman Brood, and her much lauded performance as Mrs. Peachum in a 1999 concert version of ''Theatre/TheThreepennyOpera''. Also, she was Sally in the German dub of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' and Yubaba in ''SpiritedAway''. She also provided the theme song to the anime film ''TenchiMuyo in Love'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCwGLKu8_tI "Alchemy of Love".]]

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Career highlights include her first rock hit [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=is727R4oYO0 "Unbeschreiblich Weiblich"]] back in 1978, her [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO5qWlGhfmQ drug-fueled relationship]] with Dutch punk artist Herman Brood, and her much lauded performance as Mrs. Peachum in a 1999 concert version of ''Theatre/TheThreepennyOpera''. Also, she was Sally in the German dub of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' and Yubaba in ''SpiritedAway''.''Anime/SpiritedAway''. She also provided the theme song to the anime film ''TenchiMuyo in Love'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCwGLKu8_tI "Alchemy of Love".]]
13th Aug '15 4:10:10 AM system
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12th Aug '15 6:57:04 PM McShane
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* AnswersToTheNameOfGod: Nina has appeared as a baby-toting Madonna (the mother of God, not the singer) on the ''[=NunSexMonkRock=]'' cover She the mother of punk, you see.

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* AnswersToTheNameOfGod: Nina has appeared as a baby-toting Madonna (the mother of God, not the singer) on the ''[=NunSexMonkRock=]'' cover She cover. She's the mother of punk, you see.
12th Aug '15 6:55:28 PM McShane
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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with the poppy "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]]. Her fashion style is extremely flamboyant and her mannerisms are downright clownish, and her vocal range spans at least four octaves.

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->''"I sing songs about [=UFOs=], God, love, sex, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11."''
-->--1985 interview, ''[[Series/LateNight Late Night with David Letterman]]''

Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with the poppy "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]]. Her fashion style is extremely flamboyant and flamboyant, her mannerisms are downright clownish, and her vocal range spans at least four octaves.


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* AnswersToTheNameOfGod: Nina has appeared as a baby-toting Madonna (the mother of God, not the singer) on the ''[=NunSexMonkRock=]'' cover She the mother of punk, you see.
* CantStopTheSignal: The heart of Nina's shtick is a rebellion against authority. Nina was born into state-mandated conformity in East Berlin in 1955. (On top of that, her grandparents fell victim to one of the worst forms of oppression in history, dying in concentration camps.) She grew up bouncing around in various state sponsored "educational" facilities, including the Orwellian "Central Bureau of Entertainment Music." As such, it's no surprise that she's spent her artistic career revolting against conformity in the outrageous ways that she has. No rebel without a cause here.
* NewAgeRetroHippie: A key part of the whole Nina Hagen ''oeuvre'' is her crazy, cosmic philosophy. What is this philosophy? Beats the hell out of us. It seems to have something to do with Indian culture, aliens, Islamic tradition, Christianity, the Rapture, and the innate goodness of all humanity.
* SoapboxSadie: She collaborated with a fellow German shock diva, Lene Lovich, on the Animal Liberation tune, "Don't Kill the Animals!" (Don't have to look hard for the meaning in ''those'' lyrics.)
3rd Jul '15 4:26:51 AM Solle
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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]]. While her fashion style is extremely flamboyant and her mannerisms are downright clownish, [[BunnyEarsLawyer her vocal range actually spans at least four octaves and she's a well-trained singer]].

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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with the poppy "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]]. While her Her fashion style is extremely flamboyant and her mannerisms are downright clownish, [[BunnyEarsLawyer and her vocal range actually spans at least four octaves and she's a well-trained singer]].
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14th Apr '15 2:49:38 PM ParanoiaAgent
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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]]. While her fashion style is extremely flamboyant and her mannerisms are downright clownish, [[BunnyEarsLawyer her vocal range actually spans at least five octaves and she's a fully trained opera singer]].

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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]]. While her fashion style is extremely flamboyant and her mannerisms are downright clownish, [[BunnyEarsLawyer her vocal range actually spans at least five four octaves and she's a fully trained opera well-trained singer]].
14th Apr '15 2:46:52 PM ParanoiaAgent
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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]].

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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (gospel is a recent favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]].
vergessen"]]. While her fashion style is extremely flamboyant and her mannerisms are downright clownish, [[BunnyEarsLawyer her vocal range actually spans at least five octaves and she's a fully trained opera singer]].
6th Jan '15 1:29:41 PM TVRulezAgain
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Career highlights include her first rock hit [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=is727R4oYO0 "Unbeschreiblich Weiblich"]] back in 1978, her [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO5qWlGhfmQ drug-fueled relationship]] with Dutch punk artist Herman Brood, and her much lauded performance as Mrs. Peachum in a 1999 concert version of ''Theatre/TheThreepennyOpera''. Also, she was Sally in the German dub of ''TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' and Yubaba in ''SpiritedAway''. She also provided the theme song to the anime film ''TenchiMuyo in Love'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCwGLKu8_tI "Alchemy of Love".]]

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Career highlights include her first rock hit [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=is727R4oYO0 "Unbeschreiblich Weiblich"]] back in 1978, her [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO5qWlGhfmQ drug-fueled relationship]] with Dutch punk artist Herman Brood, and her much lauded performance as Mrs. Peachum in a 1999 concert version of ''Theatre/TheThreepennyOpera''. Also, she was Sally in the German dub of ''TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' and Yubaba in ''SpiritedAway''. She also provided the theme song to the anime film ''TenchiMuyo in Love'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCwGLKu8_tI "Alchemy of Love".]]
12th Mar '13 10:35:59 AM Solle
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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (Indian pop and 20's jazz are recent favourites), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]].

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Nina Hagen is a CrazyAwesome German singer - the face, heart and soul of 80's Berlin punk rock. She's known for experimenting with different styles (Indian pop and 20's jazz are (gospel is a recent favourites), favourite, as she's suddenly found Jesus), usually with definite opera, reggae, synth pop and classic rock influences. When she still lived in EastGermany, she scored her first popular song with "[[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen"]].
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