"Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder" (Ice-cold Bommerlunder) is a German drinking song. The song is repeated over and over, each time the song is sung quicker and a pitch higher, until performers can't sing anymore.
Bommerlunder is a brand of schnapps, popular in Northern Germany.
Die Toten Hosen version
|Single by Die Toten Hosen|
|Length||"Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder": 2:58
"Opel-Gang": 1:59 (Single version)
1:47 (Album version)
Andreas von Holst
|Die Toten Hosen singles chronology|
Die Toten Hosen played a notable version of the song, which has become a live staple for the band. It was released as a double A-side single with "Opel-Gang" in 1983, although the single is mostly referred to as "Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder". The single was released with a tiny bottle of Bommerlunder included in the packaging. The single version of "Opel-Gang" is a bit different from the version released on Opel-Gang. "Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder" wasn't originally released on any albums, but the song was released later on the 1993 best-of album Reich & sexy.
- "Eisgekühlter Bommerlunder" (Molinare, Dt.Spez.; Trimpop/Trimpop) − 2:58
- "Opel-Gang" (von Holst, Frege/Breitkopf, Frege, von Holst, Meurer, Trimpop) − 1:59
- "Armee der Verlierer" (Army of losers) (Frege, von Holst/Frege) − 4:23