3-Tage-Bart

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"3-Tage-Bart"
Die Arzte - 3-tage-bart.jpg
Single by Die Ärzte
from the album Le Frisur
Released 24 May 1996
Genre Pop punk
Length 3:02
Label Metronome Musik GmbH
Songwriter(s) Dirk Felsenheimer & Farin Urlaub
Producer(s) Uwe Hoffmann & Die Ärzte
Die Ärzte singles chronology
"Rod ♥ You"
(1995)
"3-Tage-Bart"
(1996)
"Mein Baby war beim Frisör"
(1996)
"Rod ♥ You"
(1995)
"3-Tage-Bart"
(1996)
"Mein Baby war beim Frisör"
(1996)

"3-Tage-Bart" [Designer stubble; lit: 3-days-beard] is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It's the fourth track and the first single from their 1996 album Le Frisur. The song is about a man, who has everything he may want and need, but he's missing one thing - the stubble.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "3-Tage-Bart" (Felsenheimer, Urlaub/Urlaub) - 3:02
  2. "Chanson d'Albert" (Felsenheimer, Urlaub/Urlaub) - 3:11
  3. "Haar (Vader Abraham Respect-Mix)" (McDermot, Ragni, Rado/Brandin) - 3:43
  4. "In den See! Mit einem Gewicht an den Füßen!" (Gonzalez, Urlaub) - 4:15
  5. "Opfer (live von Chris Heckmann)" (Urlaub) - 1:48

The video[edit]

In the video Die Ärzte are running and jumping on a beach, obviously happy and on the other hand performing some kind of dance, singing the song in another location. The video very often jumps between those two locations.
The video was filmed in spain, during a tour break, and is released on the Killer DVD/VHS. The Making of is released on the Gefangen im Schattenreich von Die Ärzte DVD/VHS.

B-sides[edit]

  • "Chanson d'Albert" (Albert's song, in French) is the English language version of "Schunder-Song" ("Planet Punk"); it's about a violent girl; it's dedicated to Albert Slendebroek, the head of Metronome.
  • The original version of "Haar" [Hair is from "Le Frisur", it's from the musical "Hair"; the remix is not on the vinyl version of the single.
  • "In den See! Mit einem Gewicht an den Füßen!" [Into the lake! With a weight attached to the legs!] is the intro for "Voodoo Lounge"-Tour.
  • "Opfer" [Victim] is originally from the album "Planet Punk".

Charts[edit]

Year Country Position
1996 Germany 30
1996 Switzerland 24