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-->"No one understands, but Major Tom sees. 'Now the light commands. This is my home. I'm coming home.'""

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-->"No one understands, but Major Tom sees. 'Now the light commands. This is my home. I'm coming home.'""'"


* {{Instrumentals}}: "Major Tom, Part 2" from ''Error In The System''.

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* {{Instrumentals}}: "Major Tom, Part 2" from ''Error In The System''.System'', and all the songs from ''Delight Factor Wellness''.



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* ''vis viva'' (2021)


* YourCheatingHeart: In the video for "Major Tom (Coming Home)", Major Tom's wife is already seen with another man just as he leaves her with a final message before passing on to the great unknown.

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* SpeedyTechnoRemake: "Major Tom '94" is one co-created by Boom-bastic, in both German and English.


* ShoutOut: "(Let's Play) U.S.A." mentions that Disney/MickeyMouse is "alive and well in the White House".

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* ShoutOut: "(Let's Play) U.S.A." mentions that Disney/MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse is "alive and well in the White House".


* ''120 Grad'' (German, 1984)/''Things To Come'' (English, 1985)

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* ''120 Grad'' (German, 1984)/''Things To Come'' 1984)/''Music/ThingsToCome'' (English, 1985)


* ''Fehler Im Sistem'' (German, 1982)/''Error In The System'' (English, 1983)

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* ''Fehler Im Sistem'' (German, 1982)/''Error In The System'' 1982)/''Music/ErrorInTheSystem'' (English, 1983)


Peter Schilling (born Pierre Michael Schilling, January 28, 1956) is a German [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] musician, born in 1956 as Pierre Michael Schilling. Most of his albums deal with the future and are primarily based on science fiction.

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Peter Schilling (born Pierre Michael Schilling, January 28, 1956) is a German [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] musician, born in 1956 as Pierre Michael Schilling.musician. Most of his albums deal with the future and are primarily based on science fiction.


A German [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] musician, born in 1956 as Pierre Michael Schilling. Most of his albums deal with the future and are primarily based on science fiction.

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A Peter Schilling (born Pierre Michael Schilling, January 28, 1956) is a German [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] musician, born in 1956 as Pierre Michael Schilling. Most of his albums deal with the future and are primarily based on science fiction.


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* DownInTheDumps: The video for "Major Tom (Coming Home)" takes place in a junkyard, with Peter and his band sitting within a stack of old abandoned cars.


His first album, ''Fehler im System / Error in the System (English)'', brought him into the spotlight with the song "''Major Tom (Coming Home)''", which was based on "''Space Oddity''" by DavidBowie. The song achieved #1 in Australia, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland. After that, Schilling [[OneHitWonder faded from the spotlight]], though he continued to produce albums. Most of his songs are German only, but his early albums have both German and English versions of the same song - usually a direct translation.


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His first album, ''Fehler im System / Error in the System (English)'', brought him into the spotlight with the song "''Major "Major Tom (Coming Home)''", Home)", which was based on "''Space Oddity''" "Music/SpaceOddity" by DavidBowie.Music/DavidBowie. The song achieved #1 in Australia, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland. After that, Schilling [[OneHitWonder faded from the spotlight]], though he continued to produce albums. Most of his songs are German only, but his early albums have both German and English versions of the same song - usually a direct translation.




* YourCheatingHeart: In the video for "Major Tom (Coming Home)", Major Tom's wife is already seen with another man just as he leaves her with a final message before passing on to the great unknown.

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* YourCheatingHeart: In the video for "Major Tom (Coming Home)", Major Tom's wife is already seen with another man just as he leaves her with a final message before passing on to the great unknown.unknown.
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