Musik TV-Tipps

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Comatose
28.01.2006 19:55

Son bissl zumindest:

Depeche Mode bei "Wetten dass..!?" um 20:15 auf ZDF

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NoelGallagher
29.01.2006 14:22Supporter

Also den Auftritt gestern fand ich ja nicht so dolle.

Das ZDF hat noch ein Interview mit DM vor dem Auftritt geführt und offensichtlich durfte eine nervöse Praktikantin das Interview führen.

ZDF.de [addsig]

RiotGrrrrl
29.01.2006 14:32

eine nervöse praktikantin!?!? das doch dir ... namen vergessen


find das interview auch besser als den auftritt

[addsig]

Tusum
29.01.2006 14:42

Mirjam Weichselbraun hat das Interview geführt. Fand das auch ganz okay im gegensatz zum Auftritt von Depeche Mode.

NoelGallagher
29.01.2006 14:47Supporter

Stimmt. Jetzt seh ich's auch. Das ist ja Mirjam. Dann sei das alles verziehen. Die find ich niedlich. [addsig]


29.01.2006 14:55

Zitat:


NoelGallagher schrieb:
Stimmt. Jetzt seh ich's auch. Das ist ja Mirjam. Dann sei das alles verziehen. Die find ich niedlich.


Pah. Nieder mit Mirjam. Wir wollen Constanze !

Gerry
05.02.2006 17:12

detroit rock city @prosieben

watch it!!!





"Highway To Hell"
Written by Malcolm Young, Angus Young and Ronald Belford Scott (as Bon Scott)
Performed by Marilyn Manson
Produced by Marilyn Manson
Courtesy of Nothing Interscope Records

"We've Only Just Begun"
Written by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols

"Rock And Roll All Night"
(Garage Version)
Written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley
Vocals Performed by Mystery
(Giuseppe Andrews, James DeBello, Edward Furlong and Sam Huntington)
Backing music performed by The Devil Roosevelt

"I Stole Your Love"
Written by Paul Stanley
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Cat Scratch Fever"
Written by Ted Nugent
Performed by Ted Nugent
Courtesy of Epic Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

"Love Gun"
Written by Paul Stanley
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Funk No. 49"
Written by Jim Fox, Dale Peters and Joe Walsh
Performed by The James Gang
Courtesy of MCA Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"20th Century Boy"
Written by Marc Bolan
Performed by T. Rex
Courtesy of Chronicles
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets and Crimson Productions Ltp.

"Manfred Symphony"
Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (as Peter Tchaikovsky)
Performed by Oslo Symphony Orchestra
Courtesy of Chandos Records
by arrangement with Koch International and SourceQ

"Conjuction Junction"
Written by Bob Dorough
Performed by Bob Dorough
Courtesy of American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

"Good Old Days"
Written by LeRoy Sheilds
Performed by The Beau Hunks
Courtesy of Basta Audio Visuals, Holland

"Ladies Room"
Written by Gene Simmons
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Little Willy"
Written by Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn
Performed by The Sweet
Courtesy of BMG Entertainment International U.K. and Ireland Ltd. and New Dawn Productions Ltd.

"Lights Out"
Written by Michael Schenker, Pete Way, Phil Mogg and Andy Parker
Performed by UFO
Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, a division of EMI
Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

"Jailbreak"
Written by Phil Lynott (as Philip Parris Lynott)
Performed by Thin Lizzy
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"School Days"
Written by Kim Fowley and Joan Jett
Performed by The Runaways
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Shout It Out Loud"
Written by Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Robert Ezrin (as Bob Ezrin)
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"1812 Overture"
Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (as Peter Tchaikovsky)
Performed by Vienna Philharmonic and Lorin Maazel
Courtesy of Sony Classics
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

"Making It"
Written by Dino Fekaris and Frederick Perren
Performed by David Naughton
Courtesy of Polygram International Music B.V.
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Frankenstein"
Written by Edgar Winter
Performed by Edgar Winter
Courtesy of Windswept Pacific Entertainment

"Wild And Hot"
Written by Punky Meadows
Performed by Angel
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"The Boys Are Back In Town"
Written by Phil Lynott (as Philip Parris Lynott)
Performed by Thin Lizzy
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Iron Man"
Written by Frank Iommi, William Ward, Terence Butler and John Osbourne
Performed by Black Sabbeth
Courtesy of Black Sabbeth

"Radar Love"
Written by Barry Hay and George Kooymans
Performed by Golden Earring
Courtesy of MCA Records and Red Bullet Productions B.V.
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets and Red Bullet Productions B.V.

"Christine Sixteen"
Written by Gene Simmons
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Problem Child"
Written by Malcolm Young, Angus Young and Ronald Belford Scott (as Bon Scott)
Performed by AC/DC
Courtesy of EastWest Records America
Leidseplein Presse B.V.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"Surrender"
Written by Rick Nielsen
Performed by Cheap Trick (Live At Budokan)
Courtesy of Epic Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

"Turn To Stone"
Written by Jeff Lynne
Performed by Electric Light Orchestra
Courtesy of Epic Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

"I Wanna Be Sedated"
Written by Jeffrey Hyman, John Cummings and Douglas Colvin
Performed by Ramones
Courtesy of Sire Records Company
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"Black Superman (Mohammad Ali)"
Written by Johnny Wakelin
Performed by Johnny Wakelin and The Kinshasa Band
Courtesy of Castle Music Ltd.
By Arrangement with Celebrity Licensing Inc.

"Monster Attacks, Part 1 (from Creature From The Black Lagoon)"
Written by Hans Salter
Courtesy of Universal Pictures
A division of Universal Studios, Inc.

"Escape (The Pina Colada Song)"
Written by Rupert Holmes
Performed by Rupert Holmes
Courtesy of MCA Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Black Magic Woman"
Written by Peter Green
Performed by Santana
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

"Highway To Hell"
Written by Malcolm Young, Angus Young and Ronald Belford Scott (as Bon Scott)
Performed by AC/DC
Courtesy of EastWest Records America
Leidseplein Presse B.V.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"Rebel Rebel"
Written by David Bowie
Performed by David Bowie
Courtesy of RZO Music

"Shock Me"
Written by Ace Frehley
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Every 1's A Winner"
Written by Errol Brown
Performed by Hot Chocolate
Courtesy of EMI Records
Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

"Fox On The Run"
Written by Andrew Scott, Stephen Priest, Brian Connolly and Michael Tucker
Performed by The Sweet
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets and courtesy of BMG Entertainment International U.K. and Ireland Ltd.

"Convoy"
Written by Bill Fries and Chip Davis
Performed by CW McCall
Courtesy of American Gramophone Records

"Godzilla"
Written by Donald Roeser
Performed by Blue Oyster Cult
Courtesy of 3.O.C. Music, Inc.

"Boogie Shoes"
Written by Harry Wayne Casey (as Harry W. Casey) and Richard Finch
Performed by KC and The Sunshine Band
Courtesy of Rhino Entertainment Company
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"Strutter"
Written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Blitzkreig Bop"
Written by Jeffrey Hyman, John Cummings, Douglas Colvin and Thomas Erdelyi
Performed by Ramones
Courtesy of Sire Records Company
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"Popcorn"
Written by Gershon Kingsley
Performed by Hot Butter
Courtesy of Global Licensing
By Arrangement with Rhino Entertainment Company and Warner Special Products

"Beth"
Written by Peter Criss, Stan Penridge and Robert Ezrin (as Bob Ezrin)
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Fire"
Written by Ralph Middlebrooks, James C. Williams, Marshall Jones, Leroy 'Sugarfoot' Bonner (as Leroy Bonner),
Clarence Satchell, Willie Beck and Marvin Pierce
Performed by Ohio Players
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Muskrat Love"
Written by Willie Alan Ramsey
Performed by Captain and Tenille
Courtesy of A&M Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Calling Doctor Love"
Written by Gene Simmons
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Come Sail Away"
Written by Dennis DeYoung
Performed by Styx
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"In The Hall Of The Mountain King"
Written by Edward Grieg
Courtesy of Zomba Music Services

"Rock Your Baby"
Written by Harry Wayne Casey (as Harry W. Casey) and Richard Finch
Performed by George McCrae
Courtesy of Rhino Entertainment Company
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"Whole Lotta Rosie"
Written by Malcolm Young, Angus Young and Ronald Belford Scott (as Bon Scott)
Performed by AC/DC
Courtesy of EastWest Records America
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"Love Hurts"
Written by Boudleaux Bryant
Performed by Nazareth
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Running With The Devil"
Written by Edward Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony and David Lee Roth
Performed by Van Halen
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

"O'Fortuna"
from Carmina Burana
Written by Carl Orff
Courtesy of Radical Entertainment, Inc. and PEN Music Group, Inc.

"Love To Love"
Written by Michael Schenker and Phil Moog
Performed by UFO
Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, a division of EMI
Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

"Detroit Rock City"
Written by Paul Stanley and Robert Ezrin (as Bob Ezrin)
Performed by KISS
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Under license from Universal Music Special Markets

"Nothing Can Keep Me From You"
Written by Diane Warren
Performed by KISS
Produced by Rob Cavallo
Courtesy of Mercury Records and The Island Def Jam Music Group

"The Boys Are Back In Town"
Written by Phil Lynott (as Philip Parris Lynott)
Performed by Everclear
Produced by A.P. Alexakis
Courtesy of Capitol Records

piti
12.02.2006 16:51

Hier nochmal alle wichtigen Infos zu Korn's TV-Auftritten am Valentinstag auf MTV (Dienstag, 14.02.06).

MTV schreibt:

16:00 Uhr TRL
Heute zu Gast: Die Jungs von Korn, die später am Abend noch ein fulminantes Konzert in den MTV Studios geben werden! Außerdem gibt’s die Top Ten eurer 'Bloody Valentines' Hits.
Um dort für Korn zu voten, klickt hier!

19:30 Uhr Korn - Build-Up Show
Die Build-Up-Show zum Korn-Auftritt in den MTV Studios in Berlin! Hintergrund-Facts plus geniale Korn-Clips inklusive! Moderiert von Markus Kavka und Joko.

20:00 Uhr Korn Live
Passend zum Valentinstag präsentiert MTV am 14. Februar mit dem wohl kleinsten Konzert der riffigen Metaller von Korn ein Kontrastprogramm der Extraklasse! Den Zuschauer erwartet ab 20.00 Uhr ein Korn-Live-Konzert, das exklusiver nicht sein könnte. Mit 130 Zuschauern ist der einstündige Live-Gig der wohl privateste in der Geschichte von Korn. Für den Live-Auftritt verspricht die Setlist neben älteren Krachern vor allem exklusive Performances von Titeln aus dem neusten Album 'See You On The Other Side', die es noch nie live zu sehen gab!





svenf
12.02.2006 17:05

Zitat:


piti schrieb:
Hier nochmal alle wichtigen Infos zu Korn's TV-Auftritten am Valentinstag auf MTV (Dienstag, 14.02.06).

MTV schreibt:

16:00 Uhr TRL
Heute zu Gast: Die Jungs von Korn, die später am Abend noch ein fulminantes Konzert in den MTV Studios geben werden! Außerdem gibt’s die Top Ten eurer 'Bloody Valentines' Hits.
Um dort für Korn zu voten, klickt hier!

19:30 Uhr Korn - Build-Up Show
Die Build-Up-Show zum Korn-Auftritt in den MTV Studios in Berlin! Hintergrund-Facts plus geniale Korn-Clips inklusive! Moderiert von Markus Kavka und Joko.

20:00 Uhr Korn Live
Passend zum Valentinstag präsentiert MTV am 14. Februar mit dem wohl kleinsten Konzert der riffigen Metaller von Korn ein Kontrastprogramm der Extraklasse! Den Zuschauer erwartet ab 20.00 Uhr ein Korn-Live-Konzert, das exklusiver nicht sein könnte. Mit 130 Zuschauern ist der einstündige Live-Gig der wohl privateste in der Geschichte von Korn. Für den Live-Auftritt verspricht die Setlist neben älteren Krachern vor allem exklusive Performances von Titeln aus dem neusten Album 'See You On The Other Side', die es noch nie live zu sehen gab!



Geil, werde ich gucken!


12.02.2006 17:14

Zitat:


svenf schrieb:
[quote]
piti schrieb:
Hier nochmal alle wichtigen Infos zu Korn's TV-
Auftritten am Valentinstag auf MTV (Dienstag,
14.02.06).

MTV schreibt:

16:00 Uhr TRL
Heute zu Gast: Die Jungs von Korn, die später am
Abend noch ein fulminantes Konzert in den MTV
Studios geben werden! Außerdem gibt’s die Top Ten
eurer 'Bloody Valentines' Hits.
Um dort für Korn zu voten, klickt hier!

19:30 Uhr Korn - Build-Up Show
Die Build-Up-Show zum Korn-Auftritt in den MTV
Studios in Berlin! Hintergrund-Facts plus geniale
Korn-Clips inklusive! Moderiert von Markus Kavka
und Joko.

20:00 Uhr Korn Live
Passend zum Valentinstag präsentiert MTV am 14.
Februar mit dem wohl kleinsten Konzert der riffigen
Metaller von Korn ein Kontrastprogramm der
Extraklasse! Den Zuschauer erwartet ab 20.00 Uhr
ein Korn-Live-Konzert, das exklusiver nicht sein
könnte. Mit 130 Zuschauern ist der einstündige
Live-Gig der wohl privateste in der Geschichte von
Korn. Für den Live-Auftritt verspricht die Setlist
neben älteren Krachern vor allem exklusive
Performances von Titeln aus dem neusten Album
'See You On The Other Side', die es noch nie live zu
sehen gab!



Geil, werde ich gucken!
[/quote]

Shit. Ich anscheiend nicht.
Scheiß Valentinstag!

Grant_Nicholas
13.02.2006 19:41

nächsten sonntag um 0:30Uhr bei rockpalast im WDR: Metallica Live @RaR03[addsig]

FBG
14.02.2006 22:18Supporter

naja ging so.
besser als der sonstige schrott im TV.
aber geiles publikum [addsig]


19.02.2006 17:56

Zitat:


Brian86 schrieb:
18:00 Uhr Robbie Williams live @ MTV


Diesen Beitrag hätte ich ja eher von Gerry erwartet

martinzinnecker
19.02.2006 18:30

Zitat:


Grant_Nicholas schrieb:
nächsten sonntag um 0:30Uhr bei rockpalast im WDR: Metallica Live @RaR03


nicht vergessen!

Brian86
19.02.2006 18:33


Zitat:


Grant_Nicholas schrieb:
nächsten sonntag um 0:30Uhr bei rockpalast im WDR: Metallica Live @RaR03

Zitat:

martinzinnecker schrieb:
nicht vergessen!


ahja danke, fast verpeilt [addsig]

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