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8 thoughts on “ Carnival In Rio (Punk Was) - Die Toten Hosen - Learning English, Lesson One (CD, Album)

  1. 'Learning English, Lesson One', however, is in a class of it's own. Die Toten Hosen were at one time the biggest punk band in the world, but were generally ignored by English speaking audiences because they performed in German. In their first crack at English, the band produced a highly entertaining album/5(25).
  2. Punk was a twisted tasteless trip, Punk was a pin through her majesty's lip. We never took shit from no one, we just didn't give a fuck. If you didn't like our music, that was just your bloody hard luck. Punk was a riot, every night a rumble, A nice bit o'blow and a nice bit o'grumble. Punk was a sleazy, punk .
  3. Die Toten Hosen is a punk band from Düsseldorf, Germany. They are one of very few German-language acts who have enjoyed decades-long mass appeal in Germany. The members of Die Toten Hosen (literally "The Dead Trousers" in Eng read more.
  4. Carnival In Rio (Punk Was) Lyrics: Dad - what was punkrock? / Punk was rotten, punk was vicious / Always being unambitious / Punk was a piss-up, punk was a punch-up / Picking your nose and.
  5. "Carnival in Rio (Punk Was)" is a song by Die Toten Hosen and Ronnie Biggs. It's the lead single and the fifteenth track from the cover album Learning English, Lesson One, being also the only non-cover on the album. The song starts with a spoken intro of a child asking his dad what was punk rock. Ronnie then starts "telling" (singing) him about the punk attitude, which is most importantly about "not giving a .
  6. Carnival In Rio (Punk Was) This song is by Die Toten Hosen and appears on the album Learning English: Lesson 1 () on the compilation album Reich & Sexy () on the live album Bis Zum Bitteren Ende () Dad, what was punk rock? Punk was rotten, punk was vicious (Always being unambitious) Punk was a piss-up, punk was a punch-up (Picking your nose and chucking your lunch up) Punk.

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