Kneipenterroristen (German for Tavern terrorists) is the 5th album of the German Hard rock band Böhse Onkelz. It was released in 1988.
Kneipenterroristen (Tavern Terrorists),
Lack + Leder (Lacquer And Leather),
So sind wir (That's How We Are ),
Tanz der Teufel (Dance of the Devils),
Guten Tag (Good Day ; or fitting the meaning: Have A Nice Day),
Nie wieder (Never Again),
Ein guter Freund (A Good Friend),
A song about vandalism and "terrorism" in taverns and pubs.
The band condemn religion in this song, because wars were led and humans were burned in its name.
So sind wir:
A song, which glorifies the band. "That's how we are, and that is our life / what could be better than to be an Onkel(uncle)"
Singer Kevin lived this time in Frankfurt in an appartement in the Weberstraße 28. There were celebrated wild parties and consumed drugs. Gonzo and Stephan wanted to catch the heights and depths in this appartement into an instrumental song, which became the house number as title.
Some friends of the band went to jail. The Onkelz didn't want to go this way and wrote a song about it.
A song about the singers "good friend" Freddy Krueger.
Ein guter Freund:
Cover version of the same-named song by Heinz Rühmann, Willy Fritsch and Oskar Karlweis from 1930. This song is only included on CD as a bonus track.
Stephan "Der W" Weidner,
Peter "Pe" Schorowsky,
Matthias "Gonzo" Röhr,
Der nette Mann,
Böse Menschen - Böse Lieder,
Onkelz wie wir...,
Es ist soweit,
Wir ham' noch lange nicht genug,
Hier sind die Onkelz,
Viva los tioz,
Ein böses Märchen,
Onkelz wie wir (Re-recording),
Ich bin in dir,
Finde die Wahrheit,
Keine Amnestie für MTV,
Onkelz vs. Jesus,
Danke für Nichts! (Limited Edition for the biography),
Live in Vienna,
Live in Dortmund,
20 Jahre - Live in Frankfurt,
Live in Hamburg,
La Ultima / Live in Berlin,
Vaya Con Tioz,
Gehasst, verdammt, vergöttert ...die letzten Jahre,
Gestern war heute noch morgen,