Artist Name
Die Prinzen
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Origin
Leipzig, East-Germany

Genre
Pop

Style
Manufactured Pop

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Happy

Active
1987 to Present...

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Early albums consist of a cappella music. The band's first name was Die Herzbuben, but it was changed to Die Prinzen in 1991 to avoid confusion with the Volkstümliche Schlager duo Wildecker Herzbuben. The lyrics of their songs are often humorous, tongue-in-cheek critiques of German government or society. The group's most popular singles have been "Gabi und Klaus", "Millionär", "Küssen verboten", "(Du musst ein) Schwein sein", "Mein Fahrrad", "Olli Kahn" (about German star World Cup goalkeeper Oliver Kahn) and "Deutschland".
In reference to the group's name and the Brothers Grimm fairy-tale "The Frog Prince", the group's logo is a green frog wearing a crown. The frog logo has appeared in a number of album and single covers.
Their hit song "Millionär" appeared in the accompanying video to the German textbooks "Komm Mit" and "Stationen".
"Deutschland" is a very cultural and ironic song about everything of Deutschland (Germany). It was written by German songwriter Steve van Velvet


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