MTV Unplugged: Rock'n'Roll Realschule

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Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule
Live album by Die Ärzte
Released 4 November 2002
Recorded 31 August 2002
Genre Punk rock, acoustic rock
Label Hot Action Records
Producer Uwe Hoffmann and Die Ärzte
Die Ärzte chronology
Die Ärzte
(2002)
Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule
(2002)
Geräusch
(2003)
Singles from Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule
  1. "Unplugged - Komm zurück/Die Banane"
    Released: 25 November 2002

Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule is Die Ärzte's MTV Unplugged album and their fourth live album, including Satanische Pferde. The band performed at Albert-Schweitzer-Gymnasium, Hamburg. The name comes from the song "Rock 'n' Roll High School" by the Ramones.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Schrei nach Liebe" [Scream for love] (Urlaub, Felsenheimer/Urlaub, Felsenheimer) - 3:54
  2. "Ich ess Blumen" [I eat flowers] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer) - 3:23
  3. "Langweilig" [Bored, lit: Boring] (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 3:42
  4. "Meine Ex(plodierte Freundin)" [My ex(ploded) girlfriend)] (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 2:04
  5. "Monsterparty" (Felsenheimer, Urlaub/Felsenheimer, Urlaub) - 3:28
  6. "Hurra" [Hooray] (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 3:46
  7. "Kopfhaut" [Headskin] (Urlaub/Urlaub, Felsenheimer, Runge) - 2:42
  8. "Zu spät" [Too late] (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 3:41
  9. "Westerland" (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 4:18
  10. "1/2 Lovesong" (Gonzalez/Felsenheimer, Gonzalez) - 4:14
  11. "Komm zurück" [Come back] (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 3:29
  12. "Der Graf" [The count] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer) - 3:34
  13. "Ignorama" (Felsenheimer, Gonzalez/Felsenheimer) - 2:58
  14. "Is ja irre" [That's so crazy (roughly)] (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 1:36
  15. "Bitte bitte" [Please please] (Urlaub/Urlaub) - 2:59
  16. "Mit dem Schwert nach Polen, warum René?" [With the sword to Poland, why René?] (Felsenheimer, Gonzalez/Felsenheimer) - 4:36
  17. "Die Banane" [The banana] (Felsenheimer, Gonzalez/Felsenheimer) - 4:59
  18. "Manchmal haben Frauen..." [Sometimes women have...] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer) - 5:28
  19. "Medley" - 4:59
    • "Ohne dich" [Without you] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Paul" (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Quark" [Rubbish; lit: Curd] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Schunder-Song" (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Meine Freunde" [My friends] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Nie wieder Krieg, nie mehr Las Vegas!" [No more war, no more Las Vegas!] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Rettet die Wale" [Save the whales] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Der lustige Astronaut" [The merry astronaut] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Las Vegas" (Felsenheimer)

The DVD[edit]

Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule
Video by Die Ärzte
Released 6 December 2002
Recorded 31 August 2002
Genre Punk rock
Length 2:40
Label Hot Action Records
Producer Die Ärzte
Die Ärzte chronology
Killer
(1999/2000)
Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule DVD
(2002)
Vollkommen gefangen im Schattenreich von Die Ärzte
(2003)
Die Ärzte albums video chronology
Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule
(2002)
Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule DVD
(2002)
Geräusch
(2003)

Unplugged - Rock'n'Roll Realschule is the first concert DVD and the second DVD by Die Ärzte. The video is based on the concert from 31 August 2002 to the CD from Rock'n'Roll Realschule. On the DVD are nine added tracks, six specials and one Hidden Track:"Dauerwelle vs. Minipli".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Tittenmaus" [Titmouse] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer)
  2. "Sommer, Palmen, Sonnenschein" [Summer, palms, sunshine] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  3. "Hurra" [Hooray] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  4. "Blumen" [(I eat) flowers] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer)
  5. "Langweilig" [bored, lit. boring)
  6. "Meine Ex(plodierte Freundin)" [my ex(ploded girlfriend)] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  7. "Monsterparty" (Felsenheimer, Urlaub/Felsenheimer, Urlaub)
  8. "Kopfhaut" [Headskin] (Urlaub/Urlaub, Felsenheimer, Runge)
  9. "Ist das alles?" [Is that all?] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer)
  10. "Schrei nach Liebe" [Scream for love] (Urlaub, Felsenheimer/Urlaub, Felsenheimer)
  11. "Zu spät" [Too late] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  12. "Westerland" (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  13. "1/2 Lovesong" (González/Felsenheimer, González)
  14. "Komm zurück" [Come back] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  15. "Komm zurück" (Videoclip)
  16. "Der Graf" [The count] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer)
  17. "Lieber Tee" [Rather tea] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  18. "Ignorama" (Felsenheimer, Gonzalez/Felsenheimer)
  19. "Is ja irre" [That's so crazy (roughly)] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  20. "Bitte, bitte" (moat-cam) as Multi-Angle [Please please] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
  21. "Mit dem Schwert nach Polen, warum René?" [With the sword to Poland, why René?] (Felsenheimer, González/Felsenheimer)
  22. "3-Tage-Bart" [Stubble, lit. 3-days-beard] (Urlaub/Felsenheimer, Urlaub)
  23. "Die Banane" [The banana] (Felsenheimer, Gonzalez/Felsenheimer)
  24. "Die Banane" (Videoclip)
  25. "Manchmal haben Frauen..." [Sometimes women have...] (Felsenheimer/Felsenheimer)
  26. "Medley"
    • "Ohne dich" [Without you] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Paul" (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Quark" [Rubbish; lit: Curd] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Schunder-Song" (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Meine Freunde" [My friends] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Nie wieder Krieg, nie mehr Las Vegas!" [No more war, no more Las Vegas!] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Rettet die Wale" [Save the whales] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Der lustige Astronaut" [The merry astronaut] (Urlaub/Urlaub)
    • "Las Vegas" (Felsenheimer)
  27. "Gute Nacht" [Good night] (Felsenheimer, Urlaub, Runge/Felsenheimer, Urlaub, Runge)

Specials[edit]

  1. "Westerland" (rehearsal)
  2. "Der Graf" (rehearsal)
  3. "3-Tage-Bart" (rehearsal)
  4. "Mit dem Schwert nach Polen, warum René?" (rehearsal)
  5. "Schweres Schwert" [heavy sword]
  6. "Umbaupause" [scene-changing interval]
  7. "Dauerwelle vs. Minipli" (Plugged)

All of the above are only found as easter eggs on the DVD has a mock-disclaimer stating: "Ach ja...für alle DVD-Geschädigten: Es gibt keinen Hidden-Track...Ehrlich" (Oh, by the way for all those who are "damaged" by DVDs: There is no hidden track ... seriously.)

Song information[edit]

DVD[edit]

Singles[edit]

2002: "Unplugged - Komm zurück/Die Banane"

Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Land Chart position
Germany 2
Austria 5
Switzerland 20

External links[edit]