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8 thoughts on “ Knekker Deg Til Sist - Kaizers Orchestra - Maestro (CD, Album)

  1. Maestro is Kaizers Orchestra's third studio album, released on 15 August "KGB" (Ottesen), "Maestro" (Ottesen), "Knekker deg til sist" (Ottesen), "Señor Flamingos adieu" (Ottesen), "Blitzregn baby" (Ottesen), "Dieter Meyers Inst." (Ottesen), "Christiania" (Ottesen), "Delikatessen.
  2. General CommentThis song's fun ^__^ Here's the english lyrics from sterlighclinindeipeacancematisiged.coinfo Knekker Deg Til Sist Break you in the End Hello there. Can you see who’s standing here? Can you see who’s smiling now? Try and guess once See if my smile rings a bell It’s all over when you hear the devils' countdown It’ll break you, you can hear it rattle You can hear it break You missed your train No.
  3. May 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Kaizers Orchestra - Knekker Deg Til Sist MUSIC VIDEO YouTube Kaizers Orchestra - Maestro [lyrics] - Duration: hhegehagen 35, views.
  4. Audience Participation: At one special event for a hundred fans, they invited one fan to play drums on "Knekker deg til sist".; Audience Participation Song. Go to most Kaizers concerts (at least domestically) and you figure out pretty quickly that the band could probably do without their vocalist half of .
  5. Mar 28,  · The music video from Kaizers Orchestra's third album Maestro, and my favorite. Just wanted to share it to other fans who lurk around here.:D And now, a .
  6. Watch the video for Knekker deg til sist from Kaizers Orchestra's Maestro for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Maestro is the third studio album by Norwegian alternative rock group Kaizers Orchestra, released on 15 August It was later released as a 2CD Limited Edition with bonus tracks and videos. Like the two previous albums, the lyrics on the compositions are stories that are all related somehow to the theme of the album, this time in a post-war mental hospital owned by a man called Dieter Meyer.
  8. Maestro is the third Kaizer's Orchestra album, and it's both a natural progression from and a continuation of the sound they've established since their debut - Norwegian folk, storming hard rock, gritty blues that sounds more fjord than delta, and pretty much anything else they feel like throwing in at the time ("Senor Flamingos Adieu" is a Western soundtrack, "Deiter Meyers Inst" is a Parisian Elliott .

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