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Ein böses Märchen

Ein böses Märchen
Studio album by Böhse Onkelz
Released 20 March 2000
Recorded 2000
Genre Hard rock
Length 53 min 23 sec
Label Rule23 Recordings
Producer Stephan Weidner, Michael Mainx
Böhse Onkelz chronology
Viva los tioz Ein böses Märchen… Tour 2000

Ein böses Märchen ...aus tausend finsteren Nächten (German for An evil fairytale from thousand darkly nights) is the German Hard rock band Böhse Onkelz 14th album. It was released in 2000 under the new, from the Onkelz founded label rule23 Recordings.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Track notes 2
  • Single 3
    • Dunkler Ort 3.1
      • Track listing 3.1.1
  • Sources and references 4

Track listing

  1. Onkelz 2000
  2. Dunkler Ort (Dark place)
  3. Exitus
  4. Schutzgeist der Scheiße (Guardian spirit of shit)
  5. Lüge (Lie)
  6. Knast (Prison)
  7. C'est la vie (That's life)
  8. Danke (Thanks) (A "Thank-You"-song for the fans)
  9. Es ist wie es ist (It is how it is)
  10. Zuviel (Too much) (Song about an end of a love story)
  11. Gesichter des Todes (Faces of death) (This song was written against the German television landscape)
  12. Panamericana (Instrumental)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rock Hard (8.0/10) [1]

Track notes

"Dunkler Ort"
Single by Böhse Onkelz
Released 31 January 2000
Recorded 2000
Genre Hard rock
Label Rule23 Recordings
Producer(s) Stephan Weidner

Single

Dunkler Ort

Track listing

  1. Dunkler Ort
  2. Schutzgeist der Scheiße
  3. Das Signum des Verrats (Re-recording from the song of the album Böse Menschen - Böse Lieder)

Sources and references

  1. ^ http://www.rockhard.de/megazine/reviewarchiv/review-anzeigen.html?tx_rxsearch_pi1(review)=16844
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