Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Verstehen Sie Spaß (Titelmusik von 1990) Dieter Reith 1:50
2 Mobil Unit George Fenton & Ken Freeman 1:29
3 Aktenzeichen XY... Ungelöst (Original Titelmusik zur gleichnamigen Sendung) Heinz Kiessling 0:52
4 Batman Theme Neil Hefti 2:16
5 Popeye - Ein Seemann ohne Furcht und Tadel (Titellied aus der TV-Serie „Popeye“) [unknown] 1:42
6 Flipper Hans Delfin & Kinder 2:21
7 Alfred's Thema (Titelmelodie der Fernsehserie "Ein Herz und eine Seele") Harald Banter Orchestra 2:22
8 Sandmännchen (Titelmusik West) Kurt Drabek 0:26
9 Orzowei (aus der Fernsehserie „Weißer Sohn des Kleinen Königs“) Oliver Onions 3:45
10 Welcome Back (Theme From "Welcome Back, Kotter") John Sebastian 5 2:46
11 Theme From Hill Street Blues (Theme From "Hill St. Blues") (LP Version) Mike Post feat. Larry Carlton 3:12
12 Hawaii 5-0 Mort Stevens 1:34
13 Fenn - Hong Kong Pfui (Titellied aus dem Film "Hong Kong Pfui") [unknown] 1:31
14 Zwei Jahre Ferien Hans Posegga 4:30
15 Jakob und Adele Orchester Alain Goraguer 2:25
16 Forsthaus Falkenau (Hauptthema) Martin Böttcher und sein Orchester 3:42
17 Tausend Jahre sind ein Tag Udo Jürgens 5:23
18 Dance & Romance Disco & Company 3:05
19 Teufels Großmutter [unknown] 3:05
20 Rivalen der Rennbahn (instrumental) [unknown] 2:40
21 Spencer: For Hire Theme (album version) Steve Dorff & Friends 2:31
22 ZDF Fernsehgarten (Titelmelodie der gleichnamigen ZDF-Fernsehsendung) Dieter Reith 0:47
23 Dingsda (Original Titelmusik) Heinz Kiessling 4:33
24 Das Loch in der Banane Klaus Weiland 3:52

Credits

CD 1

guitar:
Larry Carlton (track 11)
arranger:
Quirin Amper Jr. (track 13)
Fred Strittmatter (track 13)
composer:
Harald Banter (track 7)
Dieter Bohlen (track 20)
Martin Böttcher (track 16)
Todd Canedy (track 19)
Marc Chantereau (track 18)
Pierre-Alain Dahan (track 18)
Steve Dorff (composer) (track 21)
Kurt Drabek (track 8)
George Fenton (track 2)
Ken Freeman (UK session keyboardist) (track 2)
Alain Goraguer (track 15)
Larry Herbstritt (track 21)
Udo Jürgens (Austrian-Swiss composer, singer and songwriter) (track 17)
Heinz Kiessling (tracks 3, 23)
Vincent Promo (German singer and producer) (track 19)
Slim Pezin (track 18)
Hans Posegga (track 14)
Mike Post (track 11)
Dieter Reith (tracks 1, 22)
Morton Stevens (track 12)
Henryk Wars (track 6)
Klaus Weiland (track 24)
Neil Hefti (track 4)
John Sebastian (track 10)
lyricist:
Cesare De Natale (track 9)
Neil Hefti (track 4)
Helga Mauersberger (track 8)
Siegfried Rabe (track 17)
G.B. Ruest (track 6)
John Sebastian (track 10)
translator:
Eberhard Storeck (track 13)
writer:
Joseph Barbera (track 13)
Hoyt S. Curtin (track 13)
William Hanna (track 13)
publisher:
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 12)
sampled by:
Slam Harder by Onyx (track 10)
is based on:
Flipper (track 6)
later translated versions:
Hawai 5-0 (track 12)
part of:
Batman (1966 TV series) (track 4)
recording of:
Alfred's Thema (track 7)
Batman Theme (Batman, 1966 TV series) (track 4)
Dance & Romance (track 18)
Dingsda (track 23)
Flipper (German version) (track 6)
Forsthaus Falkenau (track 16)
Hawaii Five‐O (track 12)
Jakob und Adele (track 15)
Mobil Unit (track 2)
Orzowei (track 9)
Sandmännchenlied (West German television, 1959–early 1980s) (track 8)
Spencer: For Hire (track 21)
Teufels Großmutter (track 19)
Welcome Back (70’s Song by John Sebastian) (track 10)
ZDF Fernsehgarten (track 22)
Zwei Jahre Ferien (track 14)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:
Hong Kong Phoey (track 13)

Release Group

part of:Generation Fernseh-Kult (number: 5) (order: 9)