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NATO (album)

NATO
Studio album by Laibach
Released October 10, 1994
Genre EBM, industrial
Length 41:09
Label Mute
Laibach chronology
Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd
(1993)
NATO
(1994)
Jesus Christ Superstars
(1996)
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Allmusic (3/5)[1]

NATO, released October 10, 1994, is a studio album by cover versions with the theme of war.

Covers include Edwin Starr's "War" 1970 and Europe's "The Final Countdown".

Track listing

  1. "Nato" – 5:45 (original Mars - the Bringer of War by Gustav Holst)
  2. "War" – 4:10 (original by The Temptations, also covered by Edwin Starr)
  3. "Final Countdown" – 5:40 (original by Europe)
  4. "In the Army Now" – 4:31 (original by Bolland, also covered by Status Quo)
  5. "Dogs of War" – 4:43 (original by Pink Floyd)
  6. "Alle gegen alle" – 3:52 (original by Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft)
  7. "National Reservation" – 3:46 (original Indian Reservation by Paul Revere & the Raiders)
  8. "2525" – 3:48 (original by Zager and Evans)
  9. "Mars on River Drina" – 4:48 (original March on River Drina by Stanislav Binički)

References

  1. ^ Raggett, Ned (1984-12-21). "NATO - Laibach : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-06-01. 
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