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Here Come the Germans

Iggy Pop selects two hours of his favourite German music, spinning everything from Rammstein to Rother, Popol Vuh to Pothead and Wagner to Viktor & Die Vokalisten.

The 'godfather of punk', Iggy Pop returns to 6 Music with even more eclectic and exciting music choices, delving into his personal record collection to give listeners an exclusive insight into the mind of one of the most influential rock stars of the last 40 years.

This week he selects two hours of his favourite German music for your listening pleasure. He'll be spinning everything from Rammstein to Rother, Popol Vuh to Pothead and Wagner to Viktor & Die Vokalisten.

2 hours

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Sun 12 Oct 2014 16:00

Music Played

  • Amon Düül II

    Wolf City

  • Ash Ra Tempel

    Amboss (Excerpt)

  • Can

    Mother Sky

  • Noël Coward

    Don't Let's Be Beastly To The Germans

  • Marlene Dietrich

    Allein In Einer Grossen Stadt

  • Faust

    It's a Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl

  • Herbert von Karajan, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & Jessye Norman

    Tristan Und Isolde: Isolde's Liebestod (Wagner)

  • Anton Karas

    The Third Man Theme

  • Anton Karas

    Cafe Mozart Waltz (The Third Man)

  • Tine Kindermann

    Es Ist Ein Schnitter

  • La Düsseldorf

    Rheinita

  • Lotte Lenya

    Surabaya-Johnny

  • Lotte Lenya

    Alabama Song

  • Neu!

    Negativland

  • Nico

    Frozen Warnings

  • Popul Vuh

    Wir Wissen von der Not

  • Pothead

    Rock Child

  • Rammstein

    Du Hast

  • Terry Riley

    In C

  • Michael Rother

    Lust

  • Michael Rother

    Palmengarten

  • Michael Rother

    Gloria

  • Trio

    Da Da Da

    • Young at Heart (Various Artists).
    • Reader's Digest.
  • Viktor & Die Vokalisten

    Berlin Boys & Stuttgart Girls

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