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Colored Vinyls. Gold Disc. Picture Disc. Other Special Records. Best Nina Hagen Band - African Reggae (Vinyl). Juke Box magazine. Record Collector Issues. She added songs by Janis Joplin and Tina Turner to the "allowable" set lists during shows. Upon graduating, she joined the band Automobil. In East Germany, she performed with the band Automobil, becoming one of the country's best-known young stars. Her most famous song from the early part of her career was " Du hast den Farbfilm vergessen You Forgot the Colour Film ", a subtle dig mocking the sterile, gray, Communist state,  in The circumstances surrounding the family's emigration were exceptional: Biermann was granted permission by East German authorities to perform a televised concert in Colognebut denied permission to re-cross the border to his adopted home country.
Hagen submitted an application to leave the country. In it, she claimed to be Biermann's biological daughter, and threatened to become "the next" Wolf Biermann if not allowed to rejoin her father. Her label advised her to acclimatise herself to Western culture through travel, and she arrived in London during the height of the punk rock movement.
Hagen was quickly taken up by a circle that included The Slits and the Sex Pistols. The album also included a version of "Rangehn" "Go for It"a song she had previously recorded in East Germany, but with different music.
The debut album gained significant attention throughout Germany and abroad, both for its hard rock sound and for Hagen's theatrical vocals which drew heavily from her operatic training, far different from the straightforward singing of her East German recordings. However, relations between Hagen and the other band members deteriorated over the course of Nina Hagen Band - African Reggae (Vinyl) subsequent European tour, and Hagen decided to leave the band inthough she was still under contract to produce a second album.
This LPUnbehagen which in German also means "discomfort" or "unease"was eventually produced with the band recording their tracks in Berlin and Hagen recording the vocals in Los Angeles. The other band members, sans Hagen, soon developed a successful independent musical career as Spliff. Meanwhile, Hagen's public persona was steadily creating media uproar. She became infamous for an appearance on an Austrian evening talk show called Club 2on 9 Auguston the topic of youth culture, when she demonstrated while clothed, but explicitly various female masturbation positions and became embroiled in a heated argument with other panelists, in particular, writer and journalist Humbert Fink.
The talk show host, Dieter Seefranz, had to step down following this controversy. Brood and Hagen would have a long romantic relationship that would end when Hagen could no longer tolerate Brood's drug abuse.
She would refer to Brood as her "soulmate" long after Brood committed suicide in A European tour with a new band in was cancelled, and Hagen turned to the United States. A limited-edition inch EP was released on vinyl that summer in the U. Two songs from her first album Nina Hagen Band were on the A side, and two songs from her second album Unbehagen were on the B-side. All four songs were sung in German, although two had English titles and the other two were covers of English-language songs with new German lyrics.
In lateHagen discovered she was pregnant, broke up with the father-to-be Ferdinand Karmelk,  and moved to Los Angeles. InHagen released her first English-language album: NunSexMonkRockNina Hagen Band - African Reggae (Vinyl), a dissonant mix of punk, funk, reggae, and opera.
She then went on Nina Hagen Band - African Reggae (Vinyl) world tour with the No Problem Orchestra. Inshe released Nina Hagen Band - African Reggae (Vinyl) album Angstlos and a minor European tour. By this time, Hagen's public appearances frequently included discussions of God, UFOs, her social and political beliefs, animal rights and vivisection, and claims of alien sightings.
She performed songs from this album during the version of Rock in Rio. While in Brazil she met and befriended Brazilian musicians as diverse as samba diva Beth Carvalho and Brazilian punk singer Supla who was leader of a punk-new wave band named Tokyothat invited her to contribute vocals to the hit song "Garota de Berlin" Portuguese for "girl from Berlin" that received huge airplay in radio in Brazil.
This also coincided with leading music publications like BRAVO and MusicSzene running cover stories that all put Hagen back on the forefront of something that, in retrospect, became a final highpoint of what the punk movement was all about.
At the end ofher contract with CBS was over and she released the Punk Wedding EP independently ina celebration of her marriage to an year-old punk South African nicknamed 'Iroquois'.
InHagen released the album, Nina Hagenwhich was backed up by another German tour. In she had a relationship with French make-up artist Franck Chevalier which yielded their son, Otis Chevalier-Hagen b. In she toured Europe in support of her new album Street.
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