cold war

  • Wind of Change – Scorpions

    Wind of Change is one of the biggest hit singles of all times, and certainly one of the greatest songs from the German band Scorpions. The origins of the song date back to a performance in Moscow in 1989 at the Music Peace Festival, a two day hard-rock event...
  • Paranoia in the Cold War: 99 Luftballons – Nena

    “99 Luftballons” (99 air balloons) is an anti-war protest song by the German band Nena from their 1983 self-titled album. The background of this Nena’s one-hit-wonder is quite unique: we are in Cold War years, during a Rolling Stones concert in June 1982 in West Berlin, Nena’s guitarist Carlo Karges was looking at...
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