Chè

Chè

Che Guevara (1928-1967) was a Latin American Marxist revolutionary.

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Live – Nach Uns Die Sintflut
... The band risked with this album being indexed because of a third sequel of Claudia (Debil - "Claudia hat 'nen Schäferhund" Ab 18 - "Claudia II") and the bonus single featuring the indexed "Geschwisterliebe", sung entirely by fans while the band played ... The album featured many songs written especially to be played live, such as "Madonnas Dickdarm", "Claudia", "Ich bin wild" and "Uns geht's prima" ...