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* EarWorm: So many. Apart from either version of "Keeping the Dream Alive", try listening to (for example) "Ohne Dich (schlaf' ich heut Nacht nicht ein)" or "Verlieben Verlieren" without them getting stuck in your head.


* {{Melisma}}: Both versions of "Diana" have a five-note version in the TitleDrop.

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* {{Melisma}}: MelismaticVocals: Both versions of "Diana" have a five-note version in the TitleDrop.

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* {{Melisma}}: Both versions of "Diana" have a five-note version in the TitleDrop.

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* TitleDrop: Nearly all their songs, usually as the first or last bit of the chorus. The albums ''Fantasie''/''Fantasy'' get an Album Title Drop in the songs "Land der Fantasie" and "Land of Fantasy" respectively.


* ChristmasSong: Like many songs by others, "Keeping the Dream Alive" has become this by association.

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* ChristmasSong: {{Christmas Song|s}}: Like many songs by others, "Keeping the Dream Alive" has become this by association.

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* ChristmasSong: Like many songs by others, "Keeping the Dream Alive" has become this by association.

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* IntercourseWithYou: "So Good" from ''Fantasy''. Probably also the German original, "So Heiß" ("So Hot").


'''Münchener Freiheit''', more usually known in the English-speaking world simply as '''Freiheit''', are a pop/rock band who are very popular in their native Germany. Their name comes from a Munich street, the Münchner Freiheit.

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'''Münchener Freiheit''', more usually known in the English-speaking world simply as '''Freiheit''', are a pop/rock band who are very popular in their native Germany. Their name comes from a Munich street, square, the Münchner Freiheit.



** ''Fantasy'' (1988) †. The exact saame track list but with the lyrics rewritten in English.

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** ''Fantasy'' (1988) †. The exact saame same track list but with the lyrics rewritten in English.

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!!Discography
Those marked † are English-language; all others are German.
* ''Umsteiger'' (''Changer'') (1982)
* ''Licht'' (''Light'') (1983)
* ''Herzschlag einer Stadt'' (''Heartbeat of a City'') (1984)
* ''Traumziel'' (''Dream Destination'') (1986)
* ''Von Anfang an'' (compilation, 1986)
* ''Romancing in the Dark'' (1987) †
* ''Fantasie'' (''Fantasy'') (1988)
** ''Fantasy'' (1988) †. The exact saame track list but with the lyrics rewritten in English.
* ''Purpurmond'' (''Magenta Moon'') (1989)
* ''Freiheit Live'' (1990)
* ''Love is No Science'' (1990) †
* ''Liebe auf den ersten Blick'' (''Love at First Sight)(''1992)
* ''Ihr großten hits'' (compilation, 1992)
* ''Energie'' (''Energy'') (1994)
* ''Schenk mir eine Nacht'' (compilation, 1994)
* ''Entführ' mich'' (''Kidnap Me'') (1996)
* ''Definitive Collection'' (compilation, 1997/1998)
* ''Schatten'' (''Shadows'') (1998) (with CD artwork by Klaus Voorman)
* ''Simply the Best'' (compilation, 1999) (Re-released as ''Tausendmal Du'' in 2001)
* ''Freiheit die ich meine'' (''Freedom That I Mean'') (2000)
* ''Wachgeküsst'' (''Kissed Awake'') (2002)
* ''Geile Zeit'' (''Great Time'') (2004)
* ''Alle Jahre-Alle Hits'' DVD of live concert, 24 Feb. 2005 (2005)
* ''Alle Jahre, Alle Hits'' (compilation, 2005)
* ''XVII'' (''17'') (Jan. 2007)
* ''Eigene Wege'' (''Own Ways'') (2009)
* ''Ohne Limit'' (''Without Limit'') (2010)

Singles (all English-language):
* "Every Time" available on 7" and 12"
* "Play It Cool" available on 7", 12", and CD
* "Baby It's You" available on 7" and CD
* "Back To The Sunshine" available on 7" (South Africa, promotion only)
* "Keeping the Dream Alive" available on 7", 12", cassette, CD, and promo CD
* "Kissed You in the Rain" available on 7", 12", cassette, CD, and promo CD (contains exclusive remix)
* "Diana" available on 7", cassette, and Promo CD (contains 3:35 edit)
* "All I Can Do" available on 7", 12", and 3-inch-CD


* ArcWords: Many of their lyrics contain the word "augenblich".

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* ArcWords: Many of their lyrics contain the word "augenblich"."augenblick" ("moment" or "instant").


* GratuitousEnglish: "Oh Baby" and "Baby Blue" (see below) are titled in English, and [[TitleDrop have those words as part of the lyric]], but areotherwise in German.

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* GratuitousEnglish: "Oh Baby" and "Baby Blue" (see below) are titled in English, and [[TitleDrop have those words as part of the lyric]], but areotherwise are otherwise in German.

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* GratuitousEnglish: "Oh Baby" and "Baby Blue" (see below) are titled in English, and [[TitleDrop have those words as part of the lyric]], but areotherwise in German.


* CoveredUp: They once did a cover of Music/BobDylan's "Baby Blue"... in German.


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* TranslatedCoverVersion: They once did a cover of Music/BobDylan's "Baby Blue"... in German.


'''Münchener Freiheit''', more usually known in the English-speaking world simply as '''Freiheit'', are a pop/rock band who are very popular in their native Germany. Their name comes from a Munich street, the Münchner Freiheit.

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'''Münchener Freiheit''', more usually known in the English-speaking world simply as '''Freiheit'', '''Freiheit''', are a pop/rock band who are very popular in their native Germany. Their name comes from a Munich street, the Münchner Freiheit.

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