* AcceptableTargets: The band takes a strong stance against Neo-Nazism (despite being mostly apolitical themselves). The government, parents or any other figures or institutions of authority are also A-OK as targets.
* CoveredUp: They did parodies of "Walk Like An Egyptian" and "The KKK Took My Baby Away", which in Germany may very well be more famous to some listeners than the original songs.
* IsntItIronic?: Happened to one of their [[{{SignatureSong}} most famous songs]] "Junge"[[note]]"Boy"[[/note]] when it got covered as part of a TakeThat album by conservative German Volksmusik singer Heino. The songs lyrics ironically feature stereotypical conservative parents objections to their 'sweet little boys' punk lifestyle, and accusations of being a failure for not conforming to his parents notions of a respectable career and livestyle.[[note]]With lines such as "Boy, why didn't you get an education? Look at Dieter! He even has a car! Why don't you try to get a job at uncle Werners garage? He'll take you on fulltime if you just pleaded with him! And the way you look! Ripped pants! And always all this noise! What are the neighbours supposed to think?'[[/note]] Heino gleefully took them, [[{{PoesLaw}} proclaimed the song to promote good values]] and [[{{ComicallyMissingthePoint}} turned it into a straight interpretation]], [[{{InvertedTrope}} making it moralizing and condecending.]]
* SignatureSong: "Westerland" or "Männer sind Schweine" (which they have however not performed live in ages and consider something of an OldShame) are the two most likely contenders.
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