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|Single by Die Toten Hosen|
|from the album Unsterblich|
|Released||24 January 2000|
|Genre||Alternative rock, emo|
Andreas von Holst
|Die Toten Hosen singles chronology|
It is a love song, in which the narrator sings, how he feels like he were immortal, when he's with his beloved.
The CD-ROM track consists of the video of the single, a making-of film and fotos.
The music video was directed by Peter Lindbergh and cinematographed by Darius Khondji. Shot on the Cornish coast, the video consists only of the camera holding on Campino's face, as he sings. At the end of the video Campino morphs into French model (and Lindbergh muse) Marie-Sophie Wilson.
- "Unsterblich" (Frege, von Holst/Frege) − 3:46
- "Wofür man lebt (Dub-Version)" (What for one lives) (von Holst, Meurer/Frege) − 3:22
- "Psycho" (Roslie/Roslie) − 1:44 (The Sonics cover)
- "Unsterblich" (Video + CD-ROM Track)