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99 Luftballons - Various - Genetic Mutations Volume One (CD)


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  1. 3 — 99 luftbaloons, Nena | The numerical classic. Hast du etwas Zeit für mich Dann singe ich ein Lied für dich Von 99 Luftballons. 4 — One, Aimee Mann | Beautiful mathematics of relationships using small numbers. One is the lonliest number that you'll ever do. Two can be as bad as one, it's the lonliest number since the number one.
  2. Nena - First America (99 Luftballons) (LP, Album) Label: Epic International Cat#: 25·3P Media Condition: Media: Near Mint (NM or M-) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-) Obi, includes insert. media MINT- condition. View Release Page: Seller: g; %, 32 ratings ; Ships From: Russian Federation; $ +shipping.
  3. The most successful German-language single in the US since Kraftwerk's "Autobahn" nearly a decade before, Nena's "99 Luftballoons" is a staple of MTV-era nostalgia.
  4. Lyrics to '99 Luftballons (german)' by Nena: Hast du etwas Zeit für mich? Dann singe ich ein Lied für dich Von neunundneunzig Luftballons Auf ihrem Weg zum Horizont Denkst du vielleicht grad an mich?
  5. Dec 08,  · Does anyone know what synthesizer was used on "99 Red Balloons"?. I mean the big fat sound that builds after the vocal intro and between verses. Is it one synth playing bass and another synth playing lead, or the same synth. I read they used the Oberheim OB-X, but the Oberheim Matrix has a preset called "99"?
  6. "99 Luftballons" (German for "99 air balloons") is a protest song by the German pop-rock band Nena from their self-titled album. Originally sung in German, it was later re-recorded in English as "99 Red Balloons" for their album 99 Luftballons in Later Nena (without band) recorded a .
  7. 99 Luftballoons Nena Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 75 ratings. See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: 99 Luftballons "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited Lost my original cassette of 99 Luftballons, so I brought the CD and it brought back memories of living in Germany for 3 /5(75).
  8. This was one of the songs in the '80s to make a point about the brinkmanship and paranoia/hysteria surrounding the issue of war. The song talks about Nena and the listener buying 99 Balloons in a shop and letting them go, for fun. These balloons show up on the radar as unidentified objects and both.