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Nina Hagen

Nina Hagen

Born in East Germany, Nina Hagen had already gained a reputation as a flamboyant rock singer by the time she emigrated to the West in 1976, where she formed a band, signed to CBS Germany, and released their debut album, Nina Hagen Band, in 1978. It was followed in 1980 by Unbehagen. Hagen's first U.S. release, Nina Hagen Band EP (1980), was a four-song EP consisting of songs drawn from her two German releases. She moved to New York and made her first English-language LP, Nunsexmonkrock, in 1982. That and its follow-up, the Giorgio Moroder-produced Fearless (1983), charted briefly, and "New York New York" was a Top Ten dance club hit. But Hagen left CBS after Nina Hagen in Ekstacy (1985). In 1988, she celebrated her marriage with the EP Punk Wedding, released in Canada, and in 1989 she returned to the German market with Nina Hagen. — William Ruhlmann.

1979 - Nina Hagen Band/CBS; 1980 - Unbehagen/Anagram; 1982 - Nunsexmonkrock/Columbia; 1983 - Angstlos/CBS; 1983 Fearless Columbia ; 1985 In Ekstasy Tristar ; 1987 Love Baktabak ; 1989 X Love Columbia ; 1989 Nina Hagen Polygram ; 1991 Street Polydor ; 1994 Revolution Ballroom Activ ; 1994 Revolution Ballroom [Import] Activ ; 1995 freuD euch RCA ; 1996 BeeHappy RCA ; 2002 Om Namah Shivay SPV ; 2003 Big Band Explosion Import ; Sweet Lord Concept Album Rama .


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