Ich Bin Ein Auslander
|"Ich Bin Ein Auslander"|
|Single by Pop Will Eat Itself|
|from the album Dos Dedos Mis Amigos|
|Released||28 February 1994|
|Genre||Industrial rock, rap rock, hard rock|
|Producer(s)||Pop Will Eat Itself|
|Pop Will Eat Itself singles chronology|
"Ich Bin Ein Auslander" (German for 'I am a foreigner', correct spelling Ich bin ein Ausländer) is a single by Pop Will Eat Itself released in 1994 from the album Dos Dedos Mis Amigos. The song peaked at #28 on the UK Singles Chart in 1994. The song's lyrics refer to English attitudes towards immigration. The song heavily samples Led Zeppelin's song "Kashmir."
"Ich Bin Ein Auslander" was covered by German industrial metal band Die Krupps, with some different lyrics relating to the rise of neo-fascism, on their album Too Much History.
It was also covered by the band FGFC820 on their album Law & Ordnance.
In 2014 it was covered by the band Panzertank on their single "Allzumenschliches", devoted to F. Nietzsche
- "Chart Stats - Pop Will Eat Itself - Ich Bin Ein Ausländer". Retrieved 2010-06-14.