Heinz Rudolf Kunze & Räuberzivil: Hier Rein Da Raus, LP (Vinyl)
Heinz Rudolf Kunze & Räuberzivil: Hier Rein Da Raus, LP (Vinyl)
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Heinz Rudolf Kunze & Räuberzivil : Hier Rein Da Raus

  • 3×LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover, mit bedruckten Innenhüllen und 2 CD's
  • Rakete Medien GmbH
  • (9485397)
  • Rakete Medien GmbH
  • (9485398)
  • 68 Tracks
  • EAN 4260294853973
  • heavy item (900g)
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • leichte Oberflächenwischer auf dem Vinyl

tracks

A1

Das Dasein Und Ich

A2

Das Pony

A3

Sie Hassen Dich

A4

Lied Für Berlin

A5

Die Waffe

B1

Ein Wirtshaus Voller Probleme

B2

Ein Und Aus

B3

Mildernde Umstände

B4

Nimm Es Nicht Persönlich

B5

Mach Es Wie Ich

B6

Räuberzivil

C1

Überall Liegen Dinge

C2

Die Gefahr

C3

Bleib Schmerz Bleib

C4

Sisyphos TV

C5

Der Kartenleger

D1

Als Der Teufel Kam

D2

Im Nächsten Leben Werd' Ich Spielerfrau

D3

Es Ist Krieg

D4

Gesichter Gesichter

E1

Rede An Die Nasen

E2

Die Grosse Liebe

E3

Redefreiheit

E4

Heinemann Und Der Norweger

E5

Fenster Zu!

E6

Mit Den Musikern Im Hotel

E7

Putzfrau Jesus

E8

Querflöte

F1

Schleimhaut

E2

Sitz

E3

Tja

E4

Tot

E5

Waschbär

E6

Hört Nie Auf

CD 1-1

Das Dasein Und Ich

CD 1-2

Das Pony

CD 1-3

Sie Hassen Dich

CD 1-4

Lied Für Berlin

CD 1-5

Die Waffe

CD 1-6

Ein Wirtshaus Voller Probleme

CD 1-7

Ein Und Aus

CD 1-8

Mildernde Umstände

CD 1-9

Nimm Es Nicht Persönlich

CD 1-10

Mach Es Wie Ich [Working Class Hero]

Lyrics By
Written By
CD 1-11

Räuberzivil

CD 1-12

Überall Liegen Dinge

CD 1-13

Die Gefahr

CD 1-14

Bleib Schmerz Bleib

CD 1-15

Sisyphos TV

CD 1-16

Der Kartenleger

CD 2-1

Als Der Teufel Kam

CD 2-2

Im Nächsten Leben Werd' Ich Spielerfrau

CD 2-3

Es Ist Krieg

CD 2-4

Gesichter Gesichter

CD 2-5

Rede An Die Nasen

CD 2-6

Die Grosse Liebe

CD 2-7

Redefreiheit

CD 2-8

Heinemann Und Der Norweger

CD 2-9

Fenster Zu!

CD 2-10

Mit Den Musikern Im Hotel

CD 2-11

Putzfrau Jesus

CD 2-12

Querflöte

CD 2-13

Schleimhaut

CD 2-14

Sitz

CD 2-15

Tja

CD 2-16

Tot

CD 2-17

Waschbär

CD 2-18

Hört Nie Auf

Credits

Acoustic Guitar
  • Heinz Rudolf Kunze
  • Wolfgang Stute
Electric Guitar
  • Heinz Rudolf Kunze
Keyboards
  • Heinz Rudolf Kunze
Bass
  • Peter Pichl
Contrabass
  • Peter Pichl
Drum Programming
  • Peter Pichl
Dmm Disc Cutting By
  • Hendrik Pauler
Design
  • Marc Seebode
Mastered By
  • Hans-Jörg Maucksch
Percussion
  • Wolfgang Stute
  • Hajo Hoffmann
Photography By
  • Martin Huch
Producer
  • Heinz Rudolf Kunze
  • Peter Pichl
  • Jens Bernewitz
Recorded By
  • Jens Bernewitz
Mixed By
  • Jens Bernewitz
Violin
  • Hajo Hoffmann
Mandolin
  • Hajo Hoffmann

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