Radio transmission – Der kalte Krieg by Welle: Erdball
After last year’s album “Operation Zeitsturm”, shipped with the accompanying film produced by the band themselves, Welle: Erdball returns with their new album “Der Kalte Krieg”. As the title suggests, the theme this time is the Cold War – with James Bond themes, the red phone, atomic bombs, SDI war in space, double agents, Russian spies and everything that belongs to it! Besides the new songs on the album, they have also recorded covers of a classic James Bond theme, Cat Stevens “If You Want To Sing Out” (from the movie Harold & Maude), Stahlnetz and The Cabinet’s classic “The Cabinet” . Addition, even remakes of some of the band’s earlier songs, a remake of “America” by Hertz infarction and a remix of the hit “Starfighter S-104″ (2000), which is signed Welle: Erdball-band member Plastique’s side project The Girl & The Robot .
The album comes in addition to the regular edition, even in a limited first edition that includes bonus DVD with a selection of the best live recordings from the band’s long career.
“Der Kalte Krieg” is released October 28 via SPV / Synthetic Symphony.
- Welle: Erdball (Hörspiel-Intro)
- James Bond-Thema
- Deutsche Liebe (C=64)
- Eine Neue Zeit
- Amerika (Compact Phasing “A”merika – Remake by Hertzinfarkt)
- If You want to sing out, sing out
- Vor all den Jahren
- Starfighter F-104S (The Girl & the Robot-Remix)
- Der Kalte Krieg (Beweg Dein Gehirn…JETZT!)
- Karl der Käfer (C=64)
- Hab ich dir heute schon gesagt, daß ich Dich liebe
- Ein bisschen Frieden
- Sendeschluss (Hörspiel-Austro)