Nina Hagen Cue

Nina Hagen - FreuD Euch (1995) {BMG Ariola 74321 32064 2}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Nov. 26, 2016
Nina Hagen - FreuD Euch (1995) {BMG Ariola 74321 32064 2}

Nina Hagen - FreuD Euch (1995) {BMG Ariola 74321 32064 2}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 315 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 106 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 542 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1995 RCA / BMG Ariola | 74321 32064 2
Rock / Post Punk / Alternative / Indie

This 1995 release is a tough little CD much like what NinaHagen sounded like in the early 80's. The PUNK sound is back and herwork is all the better for it. Those of us who remember NUNSEXMONKROCK and the self titled NINA HAGEN BAND will appreciate her going back to that rough and tough sound we loved so much! As soon as you stick FREUD EUCH in your CD player Nina will literally blow you away with the first track "(Another junkie), Einfach Nina", with references to those undesirable and contemptible things in life like the neonazi and the yuppie.
Nina Hagen - 14 Friendly Abductions: The Best Of Nina Hagen (1996) [Re-Up]

Nina Hagen - 14 Friendly Abductions: The Best Of Nina Hagen (1996)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 586 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 193 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Punk, Post-Punk, New Wave, Alternative | Label: Columbia/Legacy | # CK 64790 | Time: 01:14:06

Nina Hagen is a unique vocalist, ranging from a coloratura soprano to a guttural alto and phrasing in surprising, dramatically changing ways, so that her performances are musical roller coasters, full of sudden shifts in mood and volume. Singing alternately in German and English, Hagen is backed by rock tracks leaning toward punk on some songs, and by producer Giorgio Moroder's signature Euro-disco synth-dance sounds on others on this 14-track, 74-minute compilation. Want to hear a German-language version of the Tubes' "White Punks on Dope"? How about a performance of "My Way" (also in German) that rivals Sid Vicious' for outrageousness? Ultimately, Nina Hagen may be a period novelty act of the early '80s, a mixture of Toni Basil, Falco, and a hyena. But she gets your attention.

Nina Hagen - Bekenntnisse  

Posted by thingska at Jan. 2, 2011
Nina Hagen - Bekenntnisse

Nina Hagen - Bekenntnisse
Genre: Menschen, Wissen | Time: 05:15:00 | Publisher: Universal Music | ISBN: 382912368X | 19. Marz 2010
Language: Deutsch | Audiobook in MP3 / 160 kbps | 372.45 MB | FileServe, Filesonic

Nina Hagen nimmt die Maske ab und erzählt die wahre Geschichte ihres Lebens in einem großen, hinreißend erzählten Buch.

Nina Hagen - Personal Jesus (2010)  

Posted by pgf000 at Aug. 31, 2010
Nina Hagen - Personal Jesus (2010)

Nina Hagen - Personal Jesus (2010)
EAC | APE + CUE + LOG | 43:11 | 291 MB | +Covers
New Wave/Punk/Jazz

Her 24th album is called “Personal Jesus” including the Derpeche Mode cover as title track. One of the amazing things about Nina Hagen is, you never know what she will do next. From punk to gospel, classic and folk to indian music, Nina Hagen does it all. And she does it with all her heart and soul. Nina got baptised a few years ago, so it was about time to release a religious album about Jesus and God. And here it is called “Personal Jesus”. 13 songs about her love to God and how he loves her back captured on this long player. The musical style on this album varies between soul, jazz, country and gospel. Nina Hagen sings with an awesome jazzy voice that is very strong and powerful. You can tell that she is totally standing behind what she is singing. You can hear and feel the passion she puts into it and the power she gets from that. The album layout is black and white with nice portraits of Nina Hagen as well as the lyrics. This is a wonderful and deeply emotional album, you should definitely give it a try, even if you usually don’t like her.
Nina Hagen - In Ekstasy (English Version) (1985) {Japan Edition}

Nina Hagen - In Ekstasy (English Version) (1985) {Japan Edition}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 320 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 107 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 58 Mb
© 1985 CBS Inc. / Sony | CDCBS 26421
Rock / Post Punk / Alternative / Indie


Nina Hagen - In Ekstasy (English Version) (1985) {Japan Edition}

The easiest approach would be saying you can't think of anything you like about this album, you won't get bored. It's not entirely true; with a very short attention span you might judge this as incredibly crappy pop. It takes a few listens from a completely unprepared listener to understand this goes way beyond pop.

Nina Hagen Band - Nina Hagen Band (1978) {CBS}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Feb. 28, 2010
Nina Hagen Band - Nina Hagen Band (1978) {CBS}

Nina Hagen Band - Nina Hagen Band (1978) {CBS}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 264 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 95 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 17 Mb
© 1978 CBS | CDCBS 83136
Rock / Post Punk / Alternative / Indie


Nina Hagen Band - Nina Hagen Band (1978) {CBS}

Born in East Germany, Nina Hagen had already gained a reputation as a flamboyant rock singer by the time she emigrated to the West in 1976, where she formed a band, signed to CBS Germany, and released their debut album, Nina Hagen Band, in 1978. Includes the songs 'Unbeschreiblich', 'Tv-glotzer ( White Punks On Dope)', 'Auf'm Friedhof' and more.
Nina Hagen Band - Nina Hagen Band (CBS 83136) (GER 1978) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Nina Hagen Band - Nina Hagen Band
(CBS 83136) (GER 1978) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

1978 | FLAC | NO LOG & CUE | Artwork | 24Bit/96kHz: 874 MB | 16Bit/44.1kHz: 287 MB

Hagen formed the Nina Hagen Band in West Berlin's Kreuzberg district. In 1978 they released their self-titled debut album, which included the single "TV-Glotzer" (a cover of "White Punks on Dope" by The Tubes, though with entirely different German lyrics), and Auf'm Bahnhof Zoo, about West Berlin's then-notorious Berlin Zoologischer Garten station. The album also included a version of "Rangehn" (approximately, "Go On"), a song she had previously recorded in East Germany, but with different music.

Nina Hagen - Punk + Glory  

Posted by Shivah at Aug. 12, 2009
Nina Hagen - Punk + Glory

Nina Hagen - Punk + Glory
English | German | 1:35:31 | 720×576 | PAL (25fps) | DivX | MP3 - 128kbps | 1170 MB
Genre: Music | Year: 1999 | Music: Punk, Rock | Country: Germany | Language: English | German

Nina Hagen - The Very Best Of Nina Hagen (1990) {CBS}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at May 12, 2007
Nina Hagen - The Very Best Of Nina Hagen (1990) {CBS}

Nina Hagen - The Very Best Of Nina Hagen (1990) {CBS}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 494 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 166 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 12 Mb
© 1990 CBS Records | 467339 2
Rock / Post Punk / Alternative / Indie


Nina Hagen - The Very Best Of Nina Hagen (1990) {CBS}

The Very Best of Nina Hagen is a greatest hits collection from Nina Hagen, released in 1990.

Born in East Germany, Nina Hagen had already gained a reputation as a flamboyant rock singer by the time she emigrated to the West in 1976, where she formed a band, signed to CBS Germany, and released their debut album, Nina Hagen Band, in 1978. It was followed in 1980 by Unbehagen. Hagen's first U.S. release, Nina Hagen Band EP (1980), was a four-song EP consisting of songs drawn from her two German releases. She moved to New York and made her first English-language LP, Nunsexmonkrock, in 1982. That and its follow-up, the Giorgio Moroder-produced Fearless (1983), charted briefly, and "New York New York" was a Top Ten dance club hit. But Hagen left CBS after Nina Hagen in Ekstacy (1985). In 1988, she celebrated her marriage with the EP Punk Wedding, released in Canada, and in 1989 she returned to the German market with Nina Hagen.

Nina Hagen - Nina Hagen (1989) {Mercury}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at May 8, 2007
Nina Hagen - Nina Hagen (1989) {Mercury}

Nina Hagen - Nina Hagen (1989) {Mercury}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 323 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 107 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 14 Mb
© 1989 Phonogram / Mercury | 838 505-2
Rock / Post Punk / Alternative / Indie


Nina Hagen - Nina Hagen (1989) {Mercury}

At her best Nina Hagen was deliciously abrasive – an East German post-punk princess whose brash delivery was coupled with real musical talent and a wide vocal range. By the end of the '80s, however, she had descended into pop trash, rehashing the same kinds of synth-enforced songs again and again. Her self-titled album is no exception. Largely sung in English, it contains mostly questionable covers, including Janis Joplin's "Move Over," a version of the gospel classic "Hold Me," and a truly awful rendition of "Ave Maria." Two small bright spots on the album are a metal version of "Viva Las Vegas" and a odd rap song about Gorbachev called "Michail, Michail."