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Item no. 425973
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre German Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 2-CD
Product topic Bands
Band Böhse Onkelz
Product type CD
Release date 4/11/05
For a crowd that is completely excited and song after song celebrate frenetically , the Onkelz play a set of classicals, new songs and pieces which are seldomly presented live.
CD 1
1. Intro (Live in Hamburg) 2. Hier sind die Onkelz (Live) 3. Lieber stehend sterben (Live) 4. Finde die Wahrheit (Live) 5. Ich bin in Dir (Live) 6. Buch der Erinnerung (Live) 7. Danket dem Herrn (Live) 8. Ja, ja (Live) 9. Onkelz Vs. Jesus (Live) 10. Wieder mal 'nen Tag verschenkt (Live) 11. Terpentin (Live) 12. Nichts ist für die Ewigkeit (Live) 13. Firma (Live) 14. Danke für nichts (Live) 15. Superstar (Live)
CD 2
1. Nur die Besten sterben jung (Live) 2. Nie wieder (Live) 3. Immer Auf Der Suche (Live) 4. Stunde Des Siegers (Live) 5. So Sind Wir (Live) 6. Für Immer (Version 2004) (Live) 7. Heilige Lieder (Live) 8. Gehasst, Verdammt, Vergöttert (Live) 9. Erinnerungen (Live) 10. Feuer (Live) 11. Auf Gute Freunde (Live) 12. Kirche (Live) 13. Mexico (Live) 14. Ihr Hättet Es Wissen Müssen (Live) 15. Adios (Outro) (Live)
EMP Editorial Team

The Onkelz are past? No, because their posthumous breath reaches far into the present time. While all Onkelz-fans already look forward to the two open air farewell shows on the Lausitzring, this now is already the recording of the last indoor show of the band on a double album release. On 5. October 2004, the Onkelz celebrated a big party in the Hamburg 'Color Line Arena' which is now documented with 30 songs in all his glory. In front of an audience that went completely mad and glorified every song, the band performed through a set of classics, new songs and tracks that have only rarely been performed ('Für immer', 'Nie wieder'). The complete show on two cds are beautifully and expensively packed (including an 8-page digipack with a 40-page booklet and some additional gimmicks) and will ensure that the echo of the Onkelz-hymns will still be heard for a long time to come. (Matthias Mineur - April 2005)