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Der Kalte Krieg (Ltd.)


 
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01 Tödliche Qualen (Hörspiel 1.Teil)
02 Welle:Erdball (Hörspiel 2.Teil)
03 James Bond-Thema
04 Deutsche Liebe (C=64)
05 Feuerwerk
06 Eine Neue Zeit
07 Amerika (Hertzinfarkt-Remake)
08 Kabinett
09 If you want to sing out
10 Vor all den Jahren
11 Satrfighter F-104S (The Girl&The Robot-Remake)
12 Der Kalte Krieg
13 Karl der Käfer (C64)
14 Hab ich Dir heut schon gesagt,dass ich dich liebe
15 Ein bisschen Frieden
16 Sendeschluss (Hörspiel 3.Teil)
 
Pershing 2, ’bogeyman’ image „Soviet Union“, SDI rocket war in space, double agents & spies, the Red Telephone and the push of a button - representing the deepest fear of all - which would have led to a nuclear war…
In a recent interview, the former US minister of defense was asked about how close to the Third War the world actually was back then. His answer: “About 24 hours”!
Reviewing those forgotten times, one discovers the most substantial song lyrics of the last century. No “Let’s make a Party”, but “Ein bisschen Frieden” (eng. ‘a little peace’) wins the Grand Prix D’Eurovision, while “boygroups” consist of three hippies thoughtfully singing about “Karl der Käfer” (eng. ‘Karl the beetle’) in early 80s German TV shows.
Most probably, we would all be nuclear ashes by now without them.
After fabricating the time machine with their last album/DVD “Operation: Zeitsturm” (which entered the Top 10 of the German official music DVD charts), the imaginary radio station now invites YOU to a test drive into the past…
…and the time machine works!
 
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