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  • Audio CD (Nov. 15 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: AUS-Import
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B000024C92
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #69,344 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Digitally remastered pressing of their 1983 debut self-titled album. Includes the original tracklisting and features the International hit single, '99 Luftballons'. Sony.

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Nena has to be one of the best singers to come out of Germany! (Isn't she the only one? Hmm...) I love Nena and all of her music! I definetly recommend buying this album in Addition to Fragezeichen! (Don't buy the US release of 99 Luftballons.. no lyrics :-( cheaply made)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 4.7 out of 5 stars 11 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Early work July 8 2009
By C. A. Hardey - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This CD is a collection of early works by Nena and her excellent band. It seems they are testing the waters here for different directions, and most of it is very 'eighties.' But a few songs already navigate toward the sound and content which I love on later CDs. Her best work, IMO, is on the CD "Willst Du Mit Mir Gehn," which was created 20 years later. But if you're a fan, you'll find this CD quite enjoyable.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review by a Philippine Nena fan who understands German May 31 2001
By Glenn - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This album is the first one released by the former German music band Nena. It contains twelve songs: "Kino"( Cinema ), "Indianer"( Indians ), "Vollmond"( Full Moon ), "Nur getrauemt"( Only Dreamt ), "Tanz auf dem Vulkan"( Dance on the Volcano--Playing With Fire ), "99 Luftballons"( 99 Air Balloons ), "Zaubertrick"( Magic Trick ), "Einmal ist keinmal"( One Time Is No Time ), "Leuchtturm"( Lighthouse ), "Ich bleib' im Bett"( I Stay/Remain in Bed ), "Noch einmal"( Still/Yet One More Time ), and "Satellitenstadt"( Satellite City ). Undoubtedly the most commercially successful album of this band, NENA has several wonderful songs and there is a great variation in style among the songs in this album. Of the twelve songs of this album, five also became part of the original soundtrack of the German film "Gib Gas, ich will Spass"( Give Gas, I Want Fun ) in which the German music artists Markus Moerl, Enny Gerber( of the former German music band Morgenrot--Morning Red in English ), and Nena Kerner( the lead singer of the former Nena band ) starred. These five songs are "Indianer", "Vollmond", "Nur getraeumt", "Tanz auf dem Vulkan" and "Leuchtturm". The most popular song on this album is undoubtedly "99 Luftballons", which became the very first German-language pop hit to become number one worldwide and no other German-language pop song has achieved that status since then. Three of the songs found in this album also have English-language counterparts: "Kino"( "At the Movies" ), "Nur getraeumt"( "Just A Dream" ), and "99 Luftballons"( "99 Red Balloons" ). I highly recommend this album to everyone, not only to Nena fans, but also to non-Nena fans who really appreciate music.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ich haeng immer noch an dir! April 22 2002
By Lefteris Lalos - Published on
Format: Audio CD
At first I must confess this: As a teen I was crazy about Nena and in a sense I still am. She really haunted my puberty phantasies. I still have this image of her, wearing her favorite T-shirt with her favorite Stones trademark (the
famous tongue, Andy Warhol's design). I lived for three years
in Germany, so I was familiar with the language by the time
this LP got out. My criteria then were different than today,
but I still think this is a magnificent LP / CD.
This is definitely no concept album. It travels through all
kinds of sceneries from power pop (Kino) to American country rock (Vollmond, a fantastic tune!) and from straight rock
(Noch Einmal) to kitsch (Indianer).
Their famous anti-war classic 99 Luftballons may be one of
the most successful songs of the 80's all over the world,
but there are a lot of tunes that deserve some attention
over here. Simple & powerful Nur Getraumt (Nena's first
super hit in Germany) is reason enough to hit the dancefloor,
Leuchtturm is a catchy pop masterpiece that grows into you
and my personal favorite her little reggae yawn Ich Bleib
Im Bett, not exactly what you expect to come out of a German
band. All in all this is an outstanding effort from
Nena (it's also the band's name) but if you don't speak
the language or don't intend to learn German in the near
future you better think twice. However stay away from
any English version of Nena's songs, cause you won't get
the right feeling out of them not to mention the sour taste
in your mouth.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review from a Philippine Nena Fan Who Knows German June 4 2001
By Glenn - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is the first album of the original Nena band, whose members were Gabrielle Susanne "Nena" Kerner( Vocals ), Rolf Brendel( Drums ), Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen( Keyboards ), Juergen Dehmel( Bass ), and Carlo Karges( Lead Guitar ). It contains the following songs:
1. Kino 2. Indianer 3. Vollmond 4. Nur getraeumt 5. Tanz auf dem Vulkan 6. 99 Luftballons 7. Zaubertrick 8. Einmal ist keinmal 9. Leuchtturm 10. Ich bleib' im Bett 11. Noch einmal 12. Satellitenstadt
The most popular song of this album is undoubtedly "99 Luftballons", which became a number one hit worldwide in 1984. It is currently still the only German-language pop hit to ever achieve this status. Although I personally like every song found in this album, the songs "Kino", "Vollmond", "Nur getraeumt", and "Leuchtturm" particularly stand out as excellent songs for me. Therefore, I highly recommend this album to everyone--both Nena and non-Nena fans alike.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars English Translations of the Non-English Song Titles Dec 5 2001
By Glenn Garfield Ang - Published on
Format: Audio CD
In order to at least comprehend the meaning of the non-English song titles, here are the English translations of the non-English song titles:
1. Kino( Cinema )
2. Indianer( Indians/Native Americans )
3. Vollmond( Full Moon )
4. Nur getraeumt( Only Dreamt )
5. Tanz auf dem Vulkan( Dance On the Volcano--Literal/Playing With Fire--Figurative )
6. 99 Luftballons( 99 Air Balloons )
7. Zaubertrick( Magic Trick/Conjuring Trick )
8. Einmal ist keinmal( One Time Is No Time )
9. Leuchtturm( Lighthouse )
10. Ich bleib' im Bett( I Remain/Stay in the Bed )
11. Noch einmal( Still One More Time )
12. Satellitenstadt( Satellite City/City of Satellites )