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Feuer und Flamme

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After experiencing two solid years of absolute hero worship, Nena and her band assumed that their third album would be eagerly awaited. Their plan was to meet those expectations by raising their own ambitions. The resulting album, however, was hampered by just that. The songs suffered from a loss of warmth, the results feeling to cool and constructed when compared to the previous two albums. Actual trouble set in for the band when, inexplicably, about half of their fan base failed to turn up for the ensuing tour, contrasting sharply with the obvious pride and self belief on show in their new elaborate stage set. The album could hardly be to blame, as it was neither an outright commercial failure nor was it weak in substance. Although the songs do tend toward a more mechanical feel, they do not stray far from the usual winning formula. There was however one change in the team: Manne Praeker left Reinhold Heil to do the production without him on that occasion, but it's unclear if that was decisive for the album's overall atmosphere. In any case, the albums closing song, the towering all-time Nena classic "Irgendwie, Irgendwo, Irgendwann" had been recorded the previous year (produced by Heil and Praeker), and had been a successful single. However, it highlights the shift in feeling between the previous productions and the 1985 album sessions. With German audiences suddenly giving shallow retro disco acts strong preference, the many attempts at releasing singles from the album met with increasing (but nevertheless undeserved) indifference. The effort on Nena's part to record a complete English version of the album ("It's All in the Game." with lyrics by Canadian singer Lisa Dalbello) also found little interest in the U.S. and U.K.
© Alan Severa /TiVo

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1
Utopia
00:03:38

Nena, Performance, MainArtist - Rolf Brendel, Composer - Lisa Dal Bello, Writer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

2
Haus der drei Sonnen
00:04:44

Nena, MainArtist - Carlo Karges, Lyricist, Writer - Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Composer - Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Composer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

3
Jung wie du Single Version
00:04:15

Nena, Performance, MainArtist - Carlo Karges, Writer - Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Composer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1985 BMG Rights Management GmbH

4
Es wird schon weitergehn
00:03:37

Nena, MainArtist

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

5
Feuer und Flamme
00:03:29

Nena, MainArtist - Carlo Karges, Composer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

6
Gestern Nacht
00:05:15

Nena, MainArtist - Carlo Karges, Writer - Nena Kerner, Writer - Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Composer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

7
Das alte Lied
00:04:25

Nena, MainArtist

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

8
Du kennst die Liebe nicht
00:04:13

Nena, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Nena Kerner, Composer, Writer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

9
Ein Brief 12' Long Version
00:04:49

Nena, MainArtist - Nena Kerner, Writer - Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Composer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management GmbH

10
Irgendwie, Irgendwo, Irgendwann Special 12" Dance Mix
00:07:17

Nena, Performance, MainArtist - Carlo Karges, Writer - C. Karges, Writer - Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Composer - J. Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Writer

© 1998 BMG Rights Management GmbH ℗ 1984 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

Album Description

After experiencing two solid years of absolute hero worship, Nena and her band assumed that their third album would be eagerly awaited. Their plan was to meet those expectations by raising their own ambitions. The resulting album, however, was hampered by just that. The songs suffered from a loss of warmth, the results feeling to cool and constructed when compared to the previous two albums. Actual trouble set in for the band when, inexplicably, about half of their fan base failed to turn up for the ensuing tour, contrasting sharply with the obvious pride and self belief on show in their new elaborate stage set. The album could hardly be to blame, as it was neither an outright commercial failure nor was it weak in substance. Although the songs do tend toward a more mechanical feel, they do not stray far from the usual winning formula. There was however one change in the team: Manne Praeker left Reinhold Heil to do the production without him on that occasion, but it's unclear if that was decisive for the album's overall atmosphere. In any case, the albums closing song, the towering all-time Nena classic "Irgendwie, Irgendwo, Irgendwann" had been recorded the previous year (produced by Heil and Praeker), and had been a successful single. However, it highlights the shift in feeling between the previous productions and the 1985 album sessions. With German audiences suddenly giving shallow retro disco acts strong preference, the many attempts at releasing singles from the album met with increasing (but nevertheless undeserved) indifference. The effort on Nena's part to record a complete English version of the album ("It's All in the Game." with lyrics by Canadian singer Lisa Dalbello) also found little interest in the U.S. and U.K.
© Alan Severa /TiVo

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