Landser - Das Reich kommt wieder (Full Album) 1992
1. Walvater Wotan 2:54 / 2. Arische Kämpfer 3:01 / 3. Berlin Bleibt Deutsch 2:45 / 4. Rechtsradikal 2:14 / 5. Nordland 2:59 / 6 .Schlagt Sie Tot! (Music By – Cock Sparrer) 2:34 / 7. Für Anne 0:34 / 8. Faul 3:09 / 9. Nigger 2:14 / 10. Türkenmaus 0:45 / 11. Kanake Verrecke 3:38 / 12. Das Reich Kommt Wieder 3:01 / 13. Nordland (Instrumental) 1:27 / 14. Danzig, Breslau Und Stettin 2:26 / 15. ZAst-Song 2:06 / 16. Lollipop 0:50 / 17. Proll-Power (Written-By – Kraft Durch Froide) 3:35 / 18. EKU 28 4:07 ////////////////////////////////////
The Reich comes again is the only demo recording   by the German right-wing rock band Landser. It was released as a music cassette in 1992 and was also released as a CD in 1996 with a limited edition under the title Berlin remains German. The music cassette has been indexed since November 1993, the CD edition since March 1997
After the band had given their first public concert in the Konradsberg youth club in Hennigsdorf and the recordings distributed were successful, they decided at the end of 1992 to record their first official sound carrier. Michael Regener acted as a singer for the first time, as the previous singer Sören B. had recently been arrested for a crime he had committed, no longer appeared at the rehearsals and therefore left the band. The songs were recorded on cassette in a bar in Berlin-Weißensee using simple studio technology, then reproduced using unprofessional means and initially only distributed among the band's friends
Musically, most of the songs belong to the hard rock genre. Only the song Nordland is a quieter ballad in which Scandinavia and the Nordic people are sung about. Thematically, the songs are mostly dedicated to typical right-wing extremist topics, including the rejection of ethnic groups who are perceived as inferior and those who think differently, such as blacks (niggers); Turks, Arabs and Greeks (Kanake verrecke, Berlin remains German) and Communists (beat them to death!). Among other things, these groups of people are subjected to derogatory statements, the use of force against them is called for or their deportation is requested. The play Kanake verrecke also announces revenge for the neo-Nazi Rainer Sonntag, who was shot in 1991. Furthermore, certain hostile public figures are named. In the song Rechtsradikal, for example, whose melody is based on The Beatles' piece Yellow Submarine, the Jews Heinz Galinski, Edgar Miles Bronfman senior and Simon Wiesenthal are mentioned. Another topic is the rejection of the Federal Republic of Germany, which the title Faul calls for combating, while at the same time calling for a return of the German Reich (The Reich is coming again). In addition, the recapture of the territories lost to Poland after the First and Second World War (Gdansk, Wroclaw and Stettin) is announced. In Whale Father Wotan one turns against Christianity and glorifies Nordic mythology. The melody of the ZAst song is based on the song I Want to Hold Your Hand by the Beatles and is directed against asylum seekers. Beat them to death! based on Take ’Em All from the Oi! band Cock Sparrer. Only the pieces Proll-Power and EKU 28 are pure drinking songs and hardly contain any neo-Nazi text passages. In the court ruling on the band's ban, special reference was made to the title Aryan fighters, which emphasizes the band members' will to fight and calls for the right-wing extremist scene to stand together against those who think differently
The cover is in black and white and shows the drawing of a soldier with a steel helmet. In the background there are two planes and two ships. At the top of the picture is the Landser lettering in Fraktur and on the right edge from top to bottom the title Das Reich comes again. The cover of the CD version shows a black-white-red flag on a white background. At the top and bottom of the picture are the words Landser and Berlin remains German in black.
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