Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Nur geträumt Nena 3:42
2 Leuchtturm Nena 3:14
3 Wunder gescheh'n Nena 3:41
4 99 Luftballons Nena 4.5 3:53
5 ? (Fragezeichen) Nena 4:31
6 Feuer und Flamme Nena 3:29
7 Haus der drei Sonnen Nena 4:46
8 Lass mich Dein Pirat sein Nena 4:52
9 Mondsong Nena 3:47
10 Hol' mich zurück Nena 3:33
11 Dann fiel mir auf Nena 4:06
12 Jamma nich Nena 4:12
13 Im Rausch der Liebe Nena 3:50
14 Ich umarm' die ganze Welt Nena 3:42
15 Auf Dich und mich Nena 4:32
16 Du kennst die Liebe nicht Nena 4:15
17 Kino Nena 2:43
18 Conversation Nena 4:17
19 Ecstacy The Stripes 2:46
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 99 Luftballons (new version) Nena 3:33
2 Irgendwie, irgendwo, irgendwann Nena 7:17
3 Rette mich Nena 3:20
4 Carpe Diem Nena 3:16
5 Was hast Du in meinem Traum gemacht Nena 3:56
6 Manchmal ist ein Tag Nena 4:02
7 Jung wie Du Nena 4:22
8 Ganz gelassen Nena 4:22
9 Das Lied dieser Welt Nena & Sebastian Krumbiegel 3:47
10 Du bist überall Nena 5:07
11 Ohne Ende Nena 3:23
12 Viel zu viel Glück Nena 4:00
13 Das ist normal Nena 3:55
14 Engel der Nacht Nena 3:51
15 Ich halt Dich fest Nena 3:49
16 Weisses Schiff Nena 4:26
17 Laß mich Dein Pirat sein (remix '91) Nena 3:53
18 Alles was Du willst Nena 3:30
19 Oldschool, Baby WestBam and Nena 3:03

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (track 18)
violin:
Attila Adamska (tracks 3, 13)
Jean-François Chamberlan (violin player) (track 11)
Pascal Crismer (violin player) (track 11)
Emilie Haundenschild (tracks 3, 13)
cello:
Jean‐Paul Dessy (Belgian composer, conductor, cellist) (track 11)
Emeric Kostiak (cello player) (tracks 3, 13)
drums (drum set):
Rolf Brendel (tracks 1–2, 4–9, 16–19)
Philipp Palm (track 11)
bass guitar:
Peter Keiser (tracks 3, 13)
Frank Röhler (track 19)
Jürgen Dehmel (tracks 1, 3–9, 13, 16)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (track 11)
viola:
Christoph Brenner (viola player) (tracks 3, 13)
Anne Leonardo (track 11)
mandolin:
Thomas Fessler (tracks 3, 13)
organ:
Jean Blaute (Belgian producer & multi-instrumentalist) (track 11)
guitar:
Hendrick Jansson (guitar player) (tracks 3, 13)
Carlo Karges (tracks 1–2, 4–9, 16–17)
Peter Weihe (tracks 3, 12–13, 15)
Phil Carmen (tracks 3, 13)
Andy Kirnberger (track 19)
Rainer Kitzmann (track 19)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (track 11)
guitar [Country Guitar]:
Frank Becking (track 18)
harmonica:
Markus Gabriel (tracks 3, 13)
bass:
Heiri Känzig (tracks 3, 13)
Jürgen Dehmel (tracks 2, 17–18)
double bass:
Lukas Hilbert (track 11)
percussion:
Rolf Brendel (track 19)
Jon Otis (tracks 3, 13)
Philipp Palm (track 11)
keyboard:
Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (tracks 1–2, 4–9, 16–17)
Jens Kuphal (tracks 3, 13)
Phil Carmen (tracks 3, 13)
Andy Kirnberger (track 19)
Jürgen Dehmel (track 18)
Frank Oberpilcher (tracks 12, 15)
Christoph Stiefel (tracks 3, 13)
piano:
Christoph Stiefel (tracks 3, 13)
accordion:
Jean Blaute (Belgian producer & multi-instrumentalist) (track 11)
Hans-Peter Brüggemann (tracks 3, 13)
Wurlitzer electric piano:
Jean Blaute (Belgian producer & multi-instrumentalist) (track 11)
additional keyboard:
Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (tracks 12, 15)
additional programming:
Martin Kohler (tracks 3, 13)
arranger:
Frank Becking (track 19)
Carlo Karges (track 6)
Nena (the band, until 1987) (tracks 5, 8)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (track 16)
assistant engineer:
Björn Warns (track 18)
assistant recording engineer:
Heff Moraes (tracks 6–7, 16)
assistant sound engineer:
Martin Kohler (tracks 3, 13)
background vocals:
Andy Kirnberger (track 19)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 6–7, 16, 18)
choir vocals:
Schweizer Kinderchor (tracks 3, 13)
composer:
Frank Becking (track 19)
Rolf Brendel (tracks 8, 17)
Carsten P. (track 11)
Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (tracks 1–2, 7)
Benni Freitag (track 18)
Lukas Hilbert (track 11)
Carlo Karges (track 6)
Jens Kuphal (track 13)
Annette Humpe (track 12)
Rainer Kitzmann (track 19)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 2–3, 8–9, 11–12, 15–16, 18)
Joachim Witt (track 12)
Jürgen Dehmel (track 3)
Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (1982) (track 4)
editor:
Siegbert Ernst (tracks 6–7, 16)
engineer:
Ollie Cotton (tracks 5, 8)
Stanley Wallace (tracks 5, 8)
Reinhold Heil (tracks 5, 8)
Imre Sereg (tracks 5, 8)
guest acoustic guitar:
Benni Freitag (track 18)
guest electric guitar:
Rudy Nielson (track 18)
guest percussion:
Frank Ricotti (percussionist) (track 7)
Saf Sap (track 18)
guest sitar:
EFF Jot Krüger (track 18)
guest keyboard:
Kino Dido (track 18)
guest saxophone:
David Sanborn (tracks 5, 8, 16)
guest background vocals:
Lisa Dalbello (track 6)
Anna Nzume (track 18)
Saf Sap (track 18)
instruments arranger:
Robert Weber (swiss musician) (tracks 3, 13)
Philipp Palm (track 11)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (track 11)
lead vocals:
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 1–9, 11–13, 15–19)
lyricist:
Rolf Brendel (tracks 1, 8, 17)
Carlo Karges (tracks 6–7)
Annette Humpe (track 12)
Rainer Kitzmann (track 19)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 1–3, 9, 12–13, 15–16, 18)
Luci van Org (tracks 11, 15)
Joachim Witt (track 12)
Carlo Karges (1982) (track 4)
mixer:
Jürgen Koppers (engineer, producer) (track 9)
Udo Arndt (track 19)
Stuart Bruce (tracks 6–7, 16)
Michel Dierickx (Belgian producer & engineer, aka 'Shelle') (track 11)
Gareth Jones (UK producer/engineer) (tracks 3, 13)
Reinhold Heil (tracks 6–7, 16)
Nigel Jobson (track 19)
Armand Volker (tracks 12, 15)
Udo Arndt (1982) (tracks 1–2, 4, 17)
orchestra:
Strings of the Deutsche Oper (tracks 6–7, 16)
producer:
Frank Becking (track 19)
Lukas Hilbert (track 11)
Walter Keiser (tracks 3, 13)
Nena (the band, until 1987) (track 9)
Klaus Voormann (track 9)
Phil Carmen (tracks 3, 13)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (track 18)
Reinhold Heil (tracks 6–7, 16)
Philipp Palm (track 11)
Armand Volker (tracks 12, 15)
Jürgen Dehmel (track 18)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (track 11)
Reinhold Heil (1982) (tracks 1–2, 4, 17)
Manne Praeker (1982) (tracks 1–2, 4, 17)
Reinhold Heil (1983-10 – 1983-12) (tracks 5, 8)
Manfred Praeker (1983-10 – 1983-12) (tracks 5, 8)
programming:
Jens Kuphal (tracks 3, 13)
Philipp Palm (track 11)
Armand Volker (tracks 12, 15)
Jürgen Dehmel (tracks 3, 13, 18)
Rolf Krüger (tracks 3, 13)
Frank Oberpilcher (tracks 12, 15)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (track 11)
Christoph Stiefel (tracks 3, 13)
recording engineer:
Eduardo Garcia (track 11)
Reinhold Heil (tracks 6–7, 16)
Nigel Jobson (track 19)
Manfred Nauner (engineer) (track 19)
Philipp Palm (track 11)
Nick Ryan (1970s engineer) (tracks 6–7, 16)
Heiko Rüsse (tracks 6–7, 16)
Imre Sereg (tracks 1–2, 4, 17)
Armand Volker (tracks 12, 15)
sound engineer:
John Acock (tracks 3, 13)
Phil Carmen (tracks 3, 13)
Uli Hieber (tracks 3, 13)
Jürgen Koppers (engineer, producer) (track 9)
Walter Rohrbach (tracks 3, 13)
writer:
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (track 5)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS Schallplatten GmbH (tracks 1–3, 5, 8, 13, 17)
Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH (not for release label use! for © & ℗ or distributor only, defunct since 2005/03/09) (tracks 9, 18)
CBS Schallplatten GmbH (1983) (track 4)
Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH (not for release label use! for © & ℗ or distributor only, defunct since 2005/03/09) (1983) (track 4)
publisher:
Edition Hate Music (track 8)
additionally recorded at:
edited at:
Sim-Studio in Berlin, Germany (tracks 6–7, 16)
mixed at:
Audio Studios in Berlin, Germany (track 19)
Audio-Studio in Berlin, Germany (tracks 3, 6–7, 13, 16)
Hansa Studios in Berlin, Germany (tracks 3, 13)
Audio Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany (1982) (tracks 1–2, 4, 17)
Spliff Studio in Berlin, Germany (1983-10 – 1983-12) (tracks 5, 8)
recorded at:
Central Sound in Hamburg, Germany (tracks 12, 15)
Heils Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany (tracks 6–7, 16)
Jürgen Dehmel Tonstudio (tracks 3, 13)
Kerner Studios in Hamburg, Germany (tracks 12, 15)
Mediterrano-Studio in Ibiza, Illes Balears, Spain (tracks 6–7, 16)
Pilot Tonstudios in Munich, Bayern, Germany (tracks 12, 15)
Tonamt in Hamburg, Germany (tracks 11–12, 15)
Hotline Studios in Frankfurt (Oder), Brandenburg, Germany (1980-04 – 1980-07) (track 19)
Tonstudio Hiltpoltstein in Hiltpoltstein, Bayern, Germany (1980-04 – 1980-07) (track 19)
Spliff Studio in Berlin, Germany (1982) (tracks 1–2, 4, 17)
Spliff Studio in Berlin, Germany (1983-10 – 1983-12) (tracks 5, 8)
Spliff in Berlin, Germany (1984 – 1985) (tracks 6–7, 16)
Stone Castle Studios in Carimate, Como, Lombardia, Italy (1985 – 1986) (track 9)
DJ-mixes:
99 Luftballons by Nena (track 4)
Nur geträumt by Nena (track 1)
edits:
99 Luftballons (ending vocal part = live) by Nena (track 4)
? (Fragezeichen) by Nena (track 5)
At the Movies (Kino) by Nena (track 17)
Im Rausch der Liebe (maxi version) by Nena (track 13)
Woman on Fire by Nena (track 6)
has remixes:
Feuer und Flamme by Nena (track 6)
Mondsong (Mond mix) by Nena (track 9)
karaoke versions:
mash-ups:
99 Babyloves (part of “Mixflash & Dancewell” DJ‐mix) by Beyoncé, Sean Paul & Nena (track 4)
99 Luft-Mpires (Gabriel & Dresden Mashup) (part of live “2012-03-31: A State of Trance #550, “Den Bosch, The Netherlands, A State of Blue, Part 3: Gabriel & Dresden”: Brabanthallen, Den Bosch, The Netherlands” DJ-mix) by Moguai vs. Nena (track 4)
99 Luft-Mpires (Gabriel & Dresden Mashup) (part of live “2012-03-31: A State of Trance #550, “Den Bosch, The Netherlands, A State of Blue, Part 3: Gabriel & Dresden”: Brabanthallen, Den Bosch, The Netherlands” DJ-mix) by Moguai vs. Nena (track 4)
sampled by:
is the basis for:
Leuchtturm (spoken word) (track 2)
later parody versions:
99 Death Eaters (track 4)
99 Luftballons (track 4)
Hänsel und Gretel: Variationen (Otto - Die CD: Das Allerbeste) (track 4)
Nur geträumt (track 1)
later translated versions:
99 Big Balloons (track 4)
99 Red Balloons (track 4)
? (Question Mark) (track 5)
At the Movies (track 17)
recording of:
Auf dich und mich (track 15)
Conversation (track 18)
Dann fiel mir auf (track 11)
Ecstacy (track 19)
Feuer und Flamme (track 6)
Im Rausch der Liebe (track 13)
Jamma nich (track 12)
Mondsong (track 9)
Wunder gescheh’n (track 3)
99 Luftballons (1982) (track 4)
Kino (1982) (track 17)
Leuchtturm (1982) (track 2)
Nur geträumt (1982) (track 1)
? (Fragezeichen) (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 5)
Lass mich dein Pirat sein (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 8)
referred to in medleys:
Hit - Medley (track 1)
Hänsel und Gretel: Variationen (Otto - Die CD: Das Allerbeste) (track 4)
Hooked on Polkas (track 4)

CD 2

acoustic guitar:
Jürgen Dehmel (track 11)
violin:
Attila Adamska (tracks 10, 16)
Jean-François Chamberlan (violin player) (track 13)
Pascal Crismer (violin player) (track 13)
Emilie Haundenschild (tracks 10, 16)
cello:
Jean‐Paul Dessy (Belgian composer, conductor, cellist) (track 13)
Emeric Kostiak (cello player) (tracks 10, 16)
drums (drum set):
Ralf Guske (track 4)
Marco Minnemann (track 1)
Rolf Brendel (tracks 2–3, 6–7, 11, 14)
Philipp Palm (tracks 5, 13)
bass guitar:
Markus Born (track 4)
Peter Keiser (tracks 10, 16)
Paul di Leo (track 1)
Robbee Mariano (track 4)
Jürgen Dehmel (tracks 2–3, 7, 10, 14, 16)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (tracks 5, 13)
viola:
Christoph Brenner (viola player) (tracks 10, 16)
Anne Leonardo (track 13)
mandolin:
Thomas Fessler (tracks 10, 16)
organ:
Jean Blaute (Belgian producer & multi-instrumentalist) (tracks 5, 13)
guitar:
Joerg Dudys (track 4)
Hendrick Jansson (guitar player) (tracks 10, 16)
Michael Koschorek (guitar player) (track 4)
PC (guitarist Patrick Christensen of Warren Suicide) (track 1)
Jörg Sander (track 1)
Peter Weihe (tracks 8, 10, 16, 18)
Phil Carmen (tracks 10, 16)
Carlo Karges (tracks 2–3, 7, 14)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (tracks 5, 13)
guitar [shortwave guitar]:
Kosho (track 4)
harmonica:
Markus Gabriel (tracks 10, 16)
bass:
Heiri Känzig (tracks 10, 16)
Jürgen Dehmel (tracks 6, 11)
double bass:
Lukas Hilbert (tracks 5, 13)
electric guitar:
Frank Becking (track 6)
Jürgen Dehmel (track 11)
percussion:
Jon Otis (tracks 10, 16)
Philipp Palm (tracks 5, 13)
keyboard:
Jörn‐Uwe Fahrenkrog‐Petersen (tracks 2–3, 7, 14)
Phil Carmen (tracks 10, 16)
Jürgen Dehmel (track 6)
Jens Kuphal (tracks 10, 16)
Frank Oberpilcher (tracks 8, 18)
Christoph Stiefel (tracks 10, 16)
keyboard programming:
Florian Sitzmann (track 4)
piano:
Christoph Stiefel (tracks 10, 16)
accordion:
Jean Blaute (Belgian producer & multi-instrumentalist) (tracks 5, 13)
Hans-Peter Brüggemann (tracks 10, 16)
Wurlitzer electric piano:
Jean Blaute (Belgian producer & multi-instrumentalist) (tracks 5, 13)
additional keyboard:
additional programming:
Martin Kohler (tracks 10, 16)
arranger:
Nena (the band, until 1987) (tracks 2–3)
Frank Becking (track 11)
Axel Kroell (track 9)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (track 4)
assistant engineer:
Hardy Eix (engineer) (track 11)
Björn Warns (tracks 6, 11)
Hanse Warns (engineer) (track 11)
assistant recording engineer:
Heff Moraes (tracks 2, 7)
assistant sound engineer:
Martin Kohler (tracks 10, 16)
background vocals:
Xavier Naidoo (track 4)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 1–2, 4, 7)
Edo Zanki (track 4)
choir vocals:
Schweizer Kinderchor (tracks 10, 16)
co-producer:
Gena Wernic (track 1)
composer:
Benni Freitag (track 11)
Annette Humpe (track 8)
Klaus Jankuhn (track 19)
Thommie Bayer (track 16)
Rolf Brendel (track 17)
Carsten P. (track 5)
Lukas Hilbert (tracks 5, 13)
Carlo Karges (track 3)
Axel Kroell (track 9)
Maximilian Lenz (track 19)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 4–6, 8–9, 13, 17)
Luci van Org (track 8)
Florian Sitzmann (track 4)
Philipp Palm (track 8)
Jürgen Dehmel (track 10)
Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (1982) (track 1)
editor:
Siegbert Ernst (tracks 2, 7)
engineer:
Reinhold Heil (track 3)
Ollie Cotton (track 3)
Imre Sereg (track 3)
Stanley Wallace (track 3)
Edo Zanki (track 4)
guest acoustic guitar:
Benni Freitag (track 6)
guest Hammond organ:
Reinhold Heil (track 11)
guest background vocals:
Lisa Dalbello (track 7)
Ramesh (Ramesh Weeratunga) (track 7)
Ron Randolph (track 7)
instruments arranger:
Robert Weber (swiss musician) (tracks 10, 16)
Philipp Palm (track 13)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (track 13)
lead vocals:
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 1–11, 13–14, 16, 18–19)
lyricist:
Tina B. (track 9)
Thommie Bayer (track 16)
Rolf Brendel (track 17)
Carsten P. (track 5)
Lukas Hilbert (tracks 5, 13)
Carlo Karges (tracks 2–3, 7, 14)
Axel Kroell (track 9)
Maximilian Lenz (track 19)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 4–6, 8–11, 13)
Luci van Org (track 8)
Florian Sitzmann (track 4)
Philipp Palm (track 4)
Carlo Karges (1982) (track 1)
mixer:
Reinhold Heil (tracks 2, 7)
Jeo (track 1)
Frank Aggarat (track 11)
Stuart Bruce (tracks 2, 7)
Michel Dierickx (Belgian producer & engineer, aka 'Shelle') (tracks 5, 13)
Gareth Jones (UK producer/engineer) (tracks 10, 16)
Mark Plati (track 9)
Klaus Strazicky (engineer) (track 9)
Armand Volker (tracks 8, 18)
orchestra:
producer:
Reinhold Heil (tracks 2, 7)
Klaus Jankuhn (track 19)
Walter Keiser (tracks 10, 16)
Nena (the band, until 1987) (track 14)
Manfred Praeker (track 2)
Klaus Voormann (track 14)
WestBam (track 19)
Phil Carmen (tracks 10, 16)
Lukas Hilbert (tracks 5, 13)
Jeo (track 1)
Axel Kroell (track 9)
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (tracks 6, 11)
Philipp Palm (tracks 5, 13)
Armand Volker (tracks 8, 18)
Jürgen Dehmel (tracks 6, 11)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (tracks 5, 13)
Reinhold Heil (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 3)
Manfred Praeker (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 3)
programming:
Axel Kroell (track 9)
Philipp Palm (tracks 5, 13)
Armand Volker (tracks 8, 18)
Jürgen Dehmel (tracks 10, 16)
Rolf Krüger (tracks 10, 16)
Jens Kuphal (tracks 10, 16)
Frank Oberpilcher (tracks 8, 18)
Tony "Bruno" Rey (US guitarist/writer/producer/arranger) (tracks 5, 13)
Christoph Stiefel (tracks 10, 16)
recording engineer:
Reinhold Heil (tracks 2, 7)
Jeo (track 1)
Ahmed Chouraqui (track 1)
Eduardo Garcia (tracks 5, 13)
Janzoulou (track 1)
Philipp Palm (tracks 5, 13)
Nick Ryan (1970s engineer) (tracks 2, 7)
Heiko Rüsse (tracks 2, 7)
Armand Volker (tracks 8, 18)
Gena Wernic (track 1)
solo guitar:
Nena (the person, performing solo since 1987) (track 11)
sound engineer:
John Acock (tracks 10, 16)
Phil Carmen (tracks 10, 16)
Uli Hieber (tracks 10, 16)
Jeo (track 1)
Jürgen Koppers (engineer, producer) (track 14)
Walter Rohrbach (tracks 10, 16)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS Schallplatten GmbH (tracks 2–3, 10, 16)
EastWest Records GmbH (not for release label use!) (track 4)
Polydor GmbH (do not use as a label) (tracks 5, 8)
Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH (not for release label use! for © & ℗ or distributor only, defunct since 2005/03/09) (tracks 6, 11, 14)
publisher:
Edition Hate Music (track 17)
edited at:
Sim-Studio in Berlin, Germany (tracks 2, 7)
mixed at:
Audio-Studio in Berlin, Germany (tracks 2, 7, 10, 16)
Blue Wave Studio in Barbados (track 11)
Hansa Studios in Berlin, Germany (tracks 10, 16)
Spliff in Berlin, Germany (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 3)
recorded at:
Central Sound in Hamburg, Germany (tracks 8, 18)
Gantec Studio in Berlin, Germany (track 1)
Heils Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany (tracks 2, 7)
Jürgen Dehmel Tonstudio (tracks 10, 16)
Kerner Studios in Hamburg, Germany (tracks 8, 18)
On Air Studio (Berlin) in Berlin, Germany (track 1)
Pilot Tonstudios in Munich, Bayern, Germany (tracks 8, 18)
Spliff in Berlin, Germany (track 11)
Tonamt in Hamburg, Germany (tracks 5, 8, 13, 18)
Spliff in Berlin, Germany (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 3)
Spliff in Berlin, Germany (1984 – 1985) (tracks 2, 7)
Stone Castle Studios in Carimate, Como, Lombardia, Italy (1985 – 1986) (track 14)
edit of:
Carpe Diem by Nena (track 4)
edits:
Young as You by Nena (track 7)
Oldschool, Baby by WestBam and Nena (track 19)
has remixes:
Du bist überall (pop remix) by Nena (track 10)
Manchmal ist ein Tag ein ganzes Leben (extended mix) by Nena (track 6)
karaoke version of:
karaoke versions:
music videos:
Oldschool, Baby by WestBam and Nena (track 19)
remix of:
is the basis for:
Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime (English/German version) (track 2)
later parody versions:
99 Death Eaters (track 1)
99 Luftballons (track 1)
Hänsel und Gretel: Variationen (Otto - Die CD: Das Allerbeste) (track 1)
later translated versions:
99 Big Balloons (track 1)
99 Red Balloons (track 1)
Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime (English version) (track 2)
recording of:
Alles was du willst (track 18)
Carpe Diem (track 4)
Das ist normal (track 13)
Du bist überall (track 10)
Engel der Nacht (track 14)
Ganz gelassen (track 8)
Jung wie du (track 7)
Ohne Ende (track 11)
Oldschool, Baby (track 19)
Weißes Schiff (track 16)
Lass mich dein Pirat sein (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 17)
Rette mich (1983-10 – 1983-12) (track 3)
99 Luftballons (2002) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
Hänsel und Gretel: Variationen (Otto - Die CD: Das Allerbeste) (track 1)
Hooked on Polkas (track 1)