Die Ärzte were formed in West Berlin in 1982 by Jan Vetter (alias Farin Urlaub, a pun on the expression "Fahr' in Urlaub", meaning "Go on vacation"), Dirk Felsenheimer (alias Bela B., referring to Dracula actor Bela Lugosi) and bassist Hans Runge, alias Sahnie [de]. Die Ärzte (German pronunciation: [diː ˈʔɛːɐ̯tstə]; lit. In 2005 a new version of the album Debil was released under the name Devil containing the original track listings plus some B-sides and previously unreleased bonus material. Ob Bela, Farin und Rod wirklich ein neues Album ankündigen, ist damit natürlich noch nicht gesagt. ("Is that all?") LT → Collections → Die Ärzte – 03 – „Die Ärzte“ (Album Tracklist) Die Ärzte – 03 – „Die Ärzte“ (Album Tracklist) Created by mk87 on 03 Nov 2019. Die Ärzte Die Ärzte: Bela, Rod und Farin 2012. The band—consisting of members Farin Urlaub, Bela B. and Rodrigo González—is one of the best–selling German groups with 7.8 million records sold in Germany. Samples are used on tracks 1, 4, 5, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and on the hidden track. Im Schatten der Ärzte followed a year later. The comparisons are mostly drawn because of a similar origin as both bands were pioneers of the German punk rock scene and started around the same time in the early 1980s, in both cases evolving from earlier locally famous punk bands (Die Ärzte from Soilent Grün and Die Toten Hosen from ZK). Die Ärzte discography and songs: Music profile for Die Ärzte, formed 1982. The first single from the upcoming album was released (as an EP with 3 additional tracks) on 2 March and is called "zeiDverschwÄndung" ("wÄste of time"). Die Ärzte's albums, released by labels including CBS and Hot Action Records, received several Gold and Platinum certifications by the Bundesverband Musikindustrie (BVMI) in Germany and the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) in Austria and Switzerland in a span of almost 30 years. Both the album and single became big hits in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It was recorded as a statement against the increasing racism and right-wing extremist violence in Germany at that time. Die Ärzte – True Romance (2020) Posted by root on November 1, 2020 Leave a comment (0) Go to comments. Furthermore, both bands are heavily linked to their cities of origin: Die Ärzte from Berlin and Die Toten Hosen from Düsseldorf. German punk group Die Ärzte have released 13 studio albums, eight extended plays, seven compilation albums, six live albums, 11 video albums and 49 singles (of which the majority is accompanied by a music video). They’ve Given Me Schrott! ("Stop feeling so generous, invisible one! If anything, the record was too successful. Media related to Die Ärzte at Wikimedia Commons, Learn how and when to remove this template message, German Federal Centre for Media Harmful to Young Persons, German List of Media Harmful to Young People. The band has been very popular in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, while also enjoying some success in other Northern European countries. Related posts: Omar Rodríguez-López – Umbrella Mistress (2016) … All three write and perform their songs. Since then, Die Ärzte have used a skeleton version of Gwendoline in the artwork of most of their albums. Size: 20 Mb. Get the Die Ärzte Setlist of the concert at Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany on June 8, 2019 from the Einzelgigs 2019 Tour and other Die Ärzte Setlists for free on setlist.fm! The result was a drop in record sales and financial problems for the band. During their tour in 2001 they sold the limited edition album 5, 6, 7, 8 - Bullenstaat! For the third single from the album they released the 30-second-song Yoko Ono, which, according to the Guinness Book of Records, is the shortest single ever released (with a videoclip)—another example of their sense of humour. Released: 2020. In April 2011 they toured under the pseudonym "Laternen-Joe". The following album Das ist nicht die ganze Wahrheit... ("That is not the whole truth...") was even more successful and got into the top 10 of the German album charts. consisting of short punk songs that were written and recorded with the previous years full-length album published a year before, and with some cover songs that were published in 1995 (another tour only EP). After a lot of promotion and touring that year, they decided to take a break and also to never again play "Männer sind Schweine" during concerts, due in part to its huge chart success, which in turn attracted remakes, e.g. "—" denotes a release that did not chart or was not released in that territory. While Die Ärzte are known as the first famous Fun Punk band of Germany, Die Toten Hosen also have a bunch of humorous songs, mostly about alcoholism. Artist: Die Arzte. The first single from the upcoming album was released (as an EP with 3 additional tracks) on 2 March and is called "zeiDverschwÄndung" ("wÄste of time"). The band has released 13 studio albums. Due to all these similarities multiple media outlets in Germany tried to establish a Beatles/Stones-style rivalry between both bands even though both bands are amicable towards each other if not poking fun at said "rivalry". In December 2003 a live DVD was recorded and published the following year. ''the physicians'') is a German punk band from Berlin. ("5,6,7,8 – Cop State!") Genres: Pop Punk, Pop Rock, Punk Rock. Auf den Spuren der Kult-Band zwischen Charts und Provokation, Geschichten aus der DIE ÄRZTE #1: Angriff der Fett-Teenager, Ein überdimensionales Meerschwein frisst die Erde auf, Rockbuch Verlag – ein Imprint der edel entertainment GmbH. ", or "Holiday at last!"). However, after the Hard Pop Days were played with these colorful editions and a houseboat at Popkomm in Cologne was adorned with them, they were recolored into classic black and white design. In the first two years (including Sahnie) they mostly played in clubs in their hometown, Berlin. [citation needed] Unlike fellow early 1980s German punk band Die Toten Hosen (whose career has often been compared to Die Ärzte, often trying to promote a rivalry), Die Ärzte are largely unknown outside of these countries, aside from descendants of German nationals abroad as well as many students. Get the Die Ärzte Setlist of the concert at Pannonia Fields II, Nickelsdorf, Austria on June 16, 2019 from the Einzelgigs 2019 Tour and other Die Ärzte Setlists for free on setlist.fm! The A-side of the the original 12" vinyl release (tracks 01 to 07) is titled "Jungsseite", the B-side (tracks 08 to 13) is titled "Mädchenseite". By adopting new names, the band is able to avoid attracting large crowds, allowing them to hold small concerts. Although advice not to sell the album to minors was printed on the cover, Ab 18 was also put on the index. In 2012 Die Toten Hosen even covered Die Ärzte's Schrei nach Liebe on the bonus disc for their album Ballast der Republik. They were their first live shows since 2013. The band considered releasing an album in English in the mid-1990s, but they dropped the idea. Some tour posters were considered misogynistic and were also put on the list. After Soilent Grün broke up in 1982, Bela and Farin decided to form another band. Perhaps news of a new album? They often call themselves "Die beste Band der Welt" ("The best band in the world") in jest due to them wondering why they have so many fans. Today they are one of the highest grossing live acts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 2000, live shows have featured two oversized Gwendolines that flank the stage (especially at outdoor concerts). In June 2019, the band headlined the festivals Rock am Ring and Rock im Park. Since their 2003 album Geräusch, they have stylized their name with three dots over the ä in ärzte, a diacritic which does not correspond to any real language construct, intended as a play on the heavy metal umlaut. The third studio album by Die Ärzte was released in 1986. 2. While the band was on another break, Farin released another solo album Am Ende der Sonne ("At the end of the Sun"). "Frauen sind Schweine" ("Women are pigs"). The following year they released a new two-CD album, Geräusch ("Noise"). With 1998's 13, the trio reached its commercial apex. Die Ärzte released their last studio album Auch in 2012 and have remained relatively quiet until this comeback announcement. : "After us the deluge"), later released as a double CD, that became their first number one in the album charts. "Die Ärzte", with two dots, is correct German orthography and not related to the heavy metal umlaut in any way. The album was followed by two tours, in winter 2007 and summer 2008. Throughout their career, Die Ärzte have often been compared to fellow German punk band Die Toten Hosen; a comparison that has often been stylized as a rivalry by the media despite both bands never having an official feud. The follow-up Planet Punk was also very successful. : "Down with the generosity trousers, invisible one! The inner sleeve was put on the index separately because it contained the lyrics. In 2000 they came back with the album, Runter mit den Spendierhosen, Unsichtbarer! This page was last edited on 4 November 2020, at 15:08. "Sven Regener: "Wichtig ist die eigene Überzeugung, "The Return of Die Ärzte! International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. "—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory. Album. Their work include German language songs such as "Schrei nach Liebe" (1993), "Ein Song namens Schunder" (1995), "Männer sind Schweine" (1998) and "Manchmal haben Frauen..." (2000), which experienced widespread commercial success in Germanic territories. The third album was also the first time that Farin used distorted guitar sounds on most of the album, moving the band's sound towards rock. Junge was shown for the first time on MTV TRL Germany on 14 September 2007. Finally CBS signed them, and they released their first LP Debil ("Moronic") in 1984 then their second Im Schatten der Ärzte ("In the shadow of Die Ärzte") a year later. Thanks! On 2 November 2007, Die Ärzte released their latest album, Jazz ist anders ("Jazz is nothing like this", lit. Later "The Incredible Hagen" played bass for them until their breakup, although he never became an official member of the band. It did not chart in Germany or any other country. Style: Rock. Album: True Romance. In 2006, Bela B made a solo album, Bingo. Bela and Farin had previously played together in the punk band Soilent Grün, established in 1979 and named after the film Soylent Green. The album can now be sold legally, since all the tracks have been removed from the Index. Format: MP3 320Kbps. FDJ Punx by Soilent Grün Lyrics. Neither Farin's new band King Køng nor Bela's Depp Jones became successful, so in 1993 they decided to reform. Runter mit den Spendierhosen, Unsichtbarer! 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The album was more varied than previous releases, including ballads, punk, rock and even a song resembling Volksmusik. He was replaced by producer Manne Praeker on the third album. German punk group Die Ärzte have released 12 studio albums, eight extended plays, seven compilation albums, six live albums, 11 video albums and 47 singles (of which the majority is accompanied by a music video). German punk group Die Ärzte have released 13 studio albums, eight extended plays, seven compilation albums, six live albums, 11 video albums and 49 singles (of which the majority is accompanied by a music video). Released February 8, 2019. The three dots also symbolize the three members of the band. Die Ärzte Album, Tour 2019/20: Warum es Zeit ist zu gehen + Krawallbrüder & Versengold. Adopting aliases Die Ärzte and Die Toten Hosen have played small club shows together in the past. In 1998 their single "Männer sind Schweine" ("Men are pigs") became their first number 1 single in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, with the album 13 also being number 1 in Germany and Switzerland. Die Ärzte announced a new studio album, to be released on 13 April 2012 and a tour from May to August. Albums include Jazz ist anders, Wir wollen nur deine Seele, and Ab 18. Die Ärzte announced a new studio album, to be released on 13 April 2012 and a tour from May to August. – Rock am Ring 2019", Ist das alles? The translation of the song's refrain is "Your violence is just a silent cry for love / Your combat boots are craving for tenderness / You never learned to express yourself / And your parents never had time for you / Oh oh oh asshole". In 1983 they won a rock contest in Berlin and with the prize money they recorded their debut EP Uns geht's prima... ("We're doing great..."). After they played a few concerts in 2009, they took the longest break since the reunion. In response they released the best of album Ist das alles? - Die Outtakes Die Ärzte. Also during this year, as well as touring in their own right, they also supported Kiss — a dream come true for Bela and Rod. In 1996 they wanted to make an EP just about hair, however, they wrote too many songs for an EP and it became their next album, Le Frisur. For example, they called themselves "Die Köche" ("The cooks") to promote their 2007 album "Jazz ist anders" ("Jazz is different"), relevant due to the album art's pizza theme. After several trials against shops that still openly sold the records, a lot of shops completely removed Die Ärzte from their stock. Original Ärztesoundtrack zum Film "Richy Guitar", Ist das alles? 18. In 1987 the German Federal Centre for Media Harmful to Young Persons put the songs "Geschwisterliebe" ("Sibling love", a song about incest, from the eponymous album Die Ärzte), "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund" ("Claudia has a German shepherd", about zoophilia, from Debil) and "Schlaflied" ("Lullaby", about a monster coming and eating its victim after falling asleep, also from Debil) on the German List of Media Harmful to Young People (often called "the Index"). DOWNLOAD LINKS Pubg-file: DOWNLOAD. They contained a drawing of a tied up and gagged woman called Gwendoline that was inspired by bondage artist John Willie and is the mascot of the band. This prohibited the band from performing the songs live or promoting the two albums and, more importantly, shops were prohibited from openly displaying these records on their shelves. After that they again took a break: Bela did some acting and Farin recorded his first solo album Endlich Urlaub! The band name "Die Ärzte" was decided upon after Farin Urlaub and Bela B. noticed that the folder with the umlaut "Ä" was empty in most record stores. In June 2019, the band headlined the festivals Rock am Ring and Rock im Park. The band—consisting of members Farin Urlaub, Bela B. and Rodrigo González—is one of the best–selling German groups with 7.8 million records sold in Germany. They’ve Given Me Schrott! After the second album they parted ways with Sahnie due to internal problems. "), and two top 10 singles. The first studio album by Die Ärzte was released in 1984. with three new songs and the 10" compilation Ab 18 (Adults only) containing all indexed songs and some other songs with controversial, mainly sex-themed lyrics. The same year, they covered the song while headlining Germany's biggest rock festival Rock am Ring. Bester Rock/Alternative/Heavy Metal national: Erfolgreichste Musik-DVD-Produktion (national): This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 22:21. 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With the concerts still a year away — June 7-9, 2019 — there’s still time for the group to offer up some new surprises for their diehard fans. ("Urlaub at last! Runter mit den Spendierhosen, Unsichtbarer! They released the comeback album Die Bestie in Menschengestalt ("The beast in human form") and the single "Schrei nach Liebe" ("Cry for love"), their first song to have political lyrics. It was not as successful as its predecessors. Drölf Brotkrumen, die Die Ärzte im Vorfeld in Anspielung auf ein neues Album gestreut haben: Ihre exklusiven Headliner-Auftritte bei „Rock am Ring“ und „Rock im Park“ 2019 - Die Outtakes Tracklist . It originally did not chart, but the 2005 "Devil" reissue peaked at no. Die Ärzte decided to go out on a high note and split up after doing one last tour and releasing a triple live album, Nach uns die Sintflut ("Devil may care", lit. In 2002 they did a short tour in Japan and released a compilation of their last albums there, and in 2004 they did a short tour in South America. [1] The group consists of guitarist Farin Urlaub, drummer Bela B and bass player Rodrigo González. Die Ärzte – 01 – „Debil“ (Album Tracklist) Created by mk87 on 03 Oct 2019. Poking fun at the two bands sometimes being confused, Die Toten Hosen frontman Campino said that "maybe the people just want to hear a good song this time". ", lit. Their first release was a contribution to the sampler 20 schäumende Stimmungshits (rough translation: "20 foamy party hits"), featuring a strong alcohol theme (for example, the chorus of "Vollmilch" translates as "you drink whiskey, he drinks beer, I drink milk"). "Jazz is different"), which was preceded by the single Junge ("Boy"). Tracklist: 01 – TRUE ROMANCE 02 – ABSCHIED 03 – RšCKKEHR. At their concerts they circumvented the ban by playing only the music of the prohibited songs, while the audience sang the lyrics. The German cartoonist Schwarwel, who also directed music videos for famous pop punk bands like Good Charlotte or Unwritten Law, realized the idea. They were their first live shows since 2013.[2]. They invited former Depp Jones guitarist Rodrigo González to take over on bass duties. In late 2002 they did an MTV Unplugged session in a school auditorium with the school's band (Albert Schweitzer Gymnasium, Hamburg, Germany) which they released under the title Rock'n'Roll Realschule (in allusion to the Ramones' song and the film Rock 'n' Roll High School). They often change their band name for short periods, sometimes only a matter of days.