Below is a sneak peek of this content! As you probably know, on Oct. 21st Blixa called a number of supporters who volunteered their phone numbers for the purpose of "harvesting"some words... To view this content, you must be a member of Einstürzende Neubauten Patreon at $5 or more Unlock with Patreon phone calls 9 comments 12 FacebookTwitterTumblrWhatsappEmail Webmaster previous post Next webcasts: Oct. 29th next post Dave Cards Oct. 29th, 2019 Related News Video from Jochen: Stupid Green dance performance July 21, 2020 July 13th, 2020: Blixa’s Quarantine Blog July 13, 2020 June 30th, Blixa Quarantine Blog July 12, 2020 June 18th, webcast with Jochen & Sonia July 12, 2020 Unruh Drumming June 17, 2020 June 12th, 2020: Blixa’s Quarantine Blog – Miso... June 17, 2020 N.U.Unruh has an announcement June 12, 2020 June 8th, 2020: Blixa’s Quarantine Blog June 12, 2020 June 5th, 2020: Blixa’s Quarantine Blog – Kaiserschmarrn June 7, 2020 June 1st, 2020: Blixa’s Quarantine Blog June 5, 2020 9 comments Lucifer October 24, 2019 - 12:41 pm A very nice gesture! Looking forward to the results. Log in to Reply godwina October 24, 2019 - 1:55 pm how cool is that! thanks a lot for the teaser ;)) Log in to Reply Line October 24, 2019 - 2:44 pm What is quite amazing about these phone calls, from Blixa to his fans, are the stories behind the phone calls. If one goes through the supporter forum, one can read the most wonderful stories about how surprised and happy people got, and how some people just managed to take the call in the middle of morning traffic or a friend suddenly entering the door. It has been very exciting to read the different, creative words suggested by fans during the day of the calls. I am looking forward to hearing the final result! Log in to Reply Daniel October 24, 2019 - 7:44 pm Sehr schöne Idee-bin für den Fall das es bei mir geklingelt hätte …,wolte schon immer folgende Phrase Sinnvoll untergebracht haben “Bleibt Furchtbar und Wehrt Euch” -kann gerne benutzt werden.Bin aber auch so gespannt auf die Endresultat. Log in to Reply Blixa Bargeld November 4, 2019 - 9:13 am Dear All! The Idea to call you (Dave card) was a good idea. I ended up wit a lot of inspiration. And we ended up with an absolutely fantastic song. (The beginning of which you saw in the webcast.) Thank You All! I give you the lyrics here, and those that provided me with lines, words or inspiration will know their contribution. Ten Grand Goldie Übervaterlandverräter und Mutterkornblumenblau Hier kommen die Wüstentöchter und Schlangensöhne Meine Familie, haargenau Sie kommen von den Dächern und sie kommen von unten heraus Und hier kommt Ten Grand Goldie Will she pay by card? Yes, here comes Ten Grand Goldie Kisses and depart Mama, ist das so richtig? Kapit sa patalim Am Boden Am Boden zerstört Would you like some tea? Here comes Ten Grand Goldie A foreign word for plants Yes, here comes Ten Grand Goldie Now you can fix your pants Wo man denkt es wäre gut ist es vielleicht nicht so Und wo es gut nicht sein sollte ist es vielleicht doch so Hier kommt die ganze Brecherfamilie Ausbrecher, Einbrecher, Wegbrecher Guten Morgen Taganbrecher! Es klafft die grosse Schere Aber sie kommen von unten herauf Sie machen ihre eigenen neuen Regeln Here comes Ten Grand Goldie Without a card, I guess Yes, here comes Ten Grand Goldie See you in the aftermath Nothing works. Nothing works Here comes Ten Grand Goldie Log in to Reply Kay November 4, 2019 - 10:24 am Wonderful work!! I have enjoyed/adored your interesting lyrix (+ guitarplaying) for over 2 centuries now… and I am hoping to be around for even a 3rd century with Einstürzende Neubauten music & words. Thanx for the inspiration!! Log in to Reply João November 4, 2019 - 3:54 pm Great exquisite lyrics! I am very happy. I’m sad I’ve missed the webcast and didn’t see the beginning of the song. Ich danke Ihnen. Mit freundlichen Grüßen, João Pedro Marques Log in to Reply Bastian November 4, 2019 - 8:54 pm Thank you for this truly refreshing dedication to the ‘Wüstentöchter’ and ‘Schlangensöhne’ – with ‘ears screwed on’ and possibly a Tuareg lullaby. I am curious to hear the song. Log in to Reply Chris November 27, 2019 - 3:11 am I will just say I love Passito de Panteleria. Delicious and difficult to find in San Francisco or anywhere in North America I think but well worth the hunt. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.