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Nov 1, 2005 ... Ben Granger. I may as well declare my stance at the outset. Half Man Half Biscuit are Britain's most under-rated band, and their singer/writer Nigel Blackwell is not only one of the land's finest humourists and satirists, but also a chronicler of the tawdriness of modern British life whose vision is shot through ...


Dec 16, 2017 ... The boys enter the dark middle chapter of U2 with their 1991 album “Achtung Baby.” Also: capes, leather pants, and the meaning of love. The next episode will cover “Zooropa.”Intro/outro music: “Love is Blindness,” by Jack White.


Achtung - Traduction Allemand-Français : Retrouvez la traduction de Achtung, mais également des exemples avec le mot Achtung... - Dictionnaire, définitions, traduction, section_expression, conjugaison.


Achtung! (ach toong) German for "Attention!" Aden a seaport of Yemen on the Arabian peninsula. Aryan (ayr ee uhn) Hitler believed that there was an Aryan race,


[–]Akski 12 points13 points14 points 3 years ago (0 children). In this case, 'Acht' has nothing to do with the number eight. The word is 'Acht', meaning attention, rather than the number 8. This word is related to Achtung and the verb 'achten'. I would translate 'fein' as 'close' in this context. It is not an idiom, ...


Aug 22, 2010 ... It seems that backstage at some gig in the mid Eighties Bob Dylan was playing an acoustic guitar and handed it to him. Dylan asked him to play one their songs. Bono said he realised in that moment that they didn't have any real “songs”. They had plenty of stadium-shaking... - U2: Achtung Baby (1991); ...


Dec 5, 2017 ... Since then, the Irish band's rich discography has spanned genres and transcended chart trends, incorporating post-punk (War), classic rock (Rattle and Hum), electronica (Achtung Baby) and whatever the hell Zooropa is. The band's recent Joshua Tree 30th anniversary tour reminded us how enduring the ...


Aug 25, 2010 ... The word is quite vulgar but often not outright rude, so a literal translation into English (i.e. shit) wouldn't be 100% correct. It's probably something between damn! and shit!, the British prefer the word bloody (which as a literal translation wouldn't work at all in German). By the way, its popularity is also reflect ...


Feb 27, 2017 ... A British songwriter filed a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court against U2, alleging it stole one of his songs for the album “Achtung Baby.”