Nina Hagen (album)

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Nina Hagen
Studio album by Nina Hagen
Released October 8, 1989
Recorded December 1988- February 1989; Voice Versa Studios, Eastcote Studios, Sarm West, London
Genre Punk rock, new wave, rap
Label Mercury Records
Producer Zeus B. Held
Nina Hagen chronology
In Ekstase
(1985)
Nina Hagen
(1989)
Street
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Nina Hagen is the sixth (fourth solo) album by German punk artist Nina Hagen, released in 1989.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Move Over" (Janis Joplin)
  2. "Super Freak Family" (Hagen, Billy Liesegang)
  3. "Love Heart Attack" (Junger Junior, Dawson Miller)
  4. "Hold Me" (Traditional, Billy Liesegang)
  5. "Vegas" (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman)
  6. "Live on Mars" (Hagen, Zeus B. Held)
  7. "Dope Sucks" (Herman Brood)
  8. "Only Seventeen" (Billy Liesegang, Dawson Miller, Zeus B. Held, Hagen)
  9. "Where's the Party" (Hagen, Bill Liesegang)
  10. "Michail, Michail (Gorbachev Rap)" (Wolf Biermann)
  11. "Ave Maria" (Franz Schubert, arranged by Hagen, Zeus B. Held)

"Live on Mars" is sung in Sanskrit. "Michail Michail" and "Ave Maria" are sung in German.

Personnel[edit]

  • Nina Hagen - vocals
  • Billy Liesegang - guitar; bass on "Dope Sucks"
  • Luis Jardim - drums, percussion; bass on "Love Heart Attack"
  • Zeus B. Held - keyboards
  • The Soultanas - background vocals
  • Lene Lovich - vocals on "Where's the Party"
  • Lemmy - vocals, distorted bass on "Where's the Party"
  • Kick Horns - brass on "Only Seventeen"
  • Mark Griffiths - bass, guitar on "Hold Me" and "Ave Maria"
  • Barry Fitzgerald - drums on "Super Freak Family" and "Dope Sucks"
  • Lawrence Cottle - bass on "Only Seventeen"
  • Alistair Gavin - piano on "Ave Maria"
  • Martin Ditcham - percussion on "Ave Maria"
  • The Bortobello Philharmonic conducted by Richard Niles on "Ave Maria"
  • Jean-Paul Gaultier- art direction

References[edit]

  1. ^ Proefrock, Stacia. "Nina Hagen - Nina Hagen | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 18 December 2011.