Fettes Brot: Gebäck In The Days - Live In Hamburg, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Fettes Brot: Gebäck In The Days - Live In Hamburg, 2×LP (Vinyl)
Fettes Brot: Gebäck In The Days - Live In Hamburg, 2×LP (Vinyl)
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Fettes Brot
Gebäck In The Days - Live In Hamburg

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
double vinyl on yellow wax, gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves
  • Fettes Brot Schallplatten (FBS)
  • (FBS00033-1)
  • 16 Tracks
  • EAN 4005902507769
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used

tracks

2LP: Live-Album Aus Dem Mehr! Theater / Hamburg 13.-15.10.2016

A1

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Da Draussen

Written By
5:30
A2

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Rock Mics

Written By
4:52
A3

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Hallo Hip Hop

Music By
Text By
  • Björn Warns
  • Boris Lauterbach
  • Martin Schrader
5:57
B1

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Frikadelle Am Ohr

Written By
6:38
B2

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Meh' Bier

Featuring
  • Tobi
Written By
5:24
B3

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Reimheitsgebot

Written By
1:18
B4

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Schlecht

Featuring
  • Das Bo
  • Mighty
  • Tobi
Lyrics By
Music By
5:53
C1

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Definition Von Fett

Featuring
  • Fatoni
Music By
Lyrics By
Written By
5:21
C2

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Friedhof Der Nuscheltiere

Featuring
  • Heißes Eisen Nina
Lyrics By
Music By
4:34
C3

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Jein

Featuring
  • Sven Regener
Guitar
  • Sven Waje
Music By
Lyrics By
6:12
D1

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Das Lied Vom Ende

Bass
  • Arne Diedrichson
Keyboards
  • Taco Van Hettinga
Written By
6:12
D2

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Können Diese Augen Lügen / Little Numbers

Featuring
  • BOY
Keyboards
  • Taco Van Hettinga
Music By
Lyrics By
Written By
5:03
D3

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Wo Die Wilden Kerle Wohnen

Featuring
  • DJ Rabauke
Written By
2:34
D4

Fettes Brot
DJ Exel. Pauly
Nordisch By Nature (Pt. 1)

Bass
  • Sascha Panknin
Guitar
  • Sascha Panknin
Featuring
  • DJ Rabauke
  • Das Bo
  • Gaze Matratze
  • Tobi
Lyrics By
Music By
5:41

DVD: 2 Doku-Filme

1

Fettes Brot
Doku Über Die Konzerte

2

Fettes Brot
Doku Über Das Brot Der Frühen Jahre

Credits

Artwork
  • Le Luth
  • Philipp Schubel
Booking
  • Birger Lüdemann
  • KKT
Directed By
  • Gordon Klinge
  • Olaf Heyer
Management
  • Jens Herrndorff
  • Rafael Mans
Mastered By
  • Jochen Hinsch
  • Arne Diedrichson
Edited By
  • Jochen Hinsch
Mixed By
  • Arne Diedrichson
Photography By
  • Till Haupt
Producer
  • André Luth
  • Jens Herrndorff
  • Oliver Tietgen
Product Manager
  • Rafael Mans
Recorded By
  • Oliver Voges
Sleeve Notes
  • Fettes Brot
Technician
  • Carsten Brüning
  • Phillip Müller
Tour Manager
  • Maggie Humbert

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