Die Goldenen Zitronen: Flogging A Dead Frog, LP (Vinyl)
Die Goldenen Zitronen: Flogging A Dead Frog, LP (Vinyl)
€19.90
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Die Goldenen Zitronen : Flogging A Dead Frog

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
mit Downloadcode
  • Altin Village & Mine Records
  • (AVM 055)
  • 9 Tracks
  • UPC 880918221656
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Fan Without Fan

5:34
A2

If I Were A Sneaker

Lyrics By
5:08
A3

Der Flötist An Den Toren Der Dämmerung

3:29
A4

Cause I'm Freezing

3:38
B1

The Investor

Lyrics By
3:59
B2

Crashing Stockmarkets

4:06
B3

The Mayor Of Emerald City

3:53
B4

Businesspeople 2.1

Lyrics By
4:05
B5

This I'm Not Telling You

3:02

Credits

Artwork
  • Daniel Richter
Bass
  • Mense Reents
  • Julius Block
Synthesizer
  • Mense Reents
  • Ted Gaier
Percussion
  • Mense Reents
  • Stephan Rath
  • Enno Palucca
  • Ted Gaier
  • Julius Block
  • Schorsch Kamerun
Piano
  • Mense Reents
  • Julius Block
Acoustic Guitar
  • Mense Reents
Sampler
  • Mense Reents
Drums
  • Stephan Rath
  • Enno Palucca
Flute
  • Enno Palucca
Graphics
  • Peter Bisping
  • Ted Gaier
Guitar
  • Ted Gaier
Organ
  • Ted Gaier
  • Julius Block
Sequenced By
  • Ted Gaier
Bells
  • Ted Gaier
Mastered By
  • Gavin M. Weiß
Drum Programming
  • Julius Block
Glockenspiel
  • Julius Block
Translated By
  • Peta Devlin
Vocals
  • Schorsch Kamerun
Xylophone
  • Schorsch Kamerun
Voice
  • Latoya Manly-Spain
Written By

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