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Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
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Budget-priced 1997 reissue of 1992 album. Contains 10 tracks, including 'Titanic', 'Monarchy Now', 'Dance Mephisto' and 'Psychos'. EMI Electrola release.


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All Artists: Falco
Title: Nachtflug
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: EMI Europe Generic
Release Date: 6/1/1993
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
Styles: New Wave & Post-Punk, Europe, Continental Europe, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 077778032229


Album Description
Budget-priced 1997 reissue of 1992 album. Contains 10 tracks, including 'Titanic', 'Monarchy Now', 'Dance Mephisto' and 'Psychos'. EMI Electrola release.

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Gabriel | Dallas, Texas | 12/01/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"All in all the cd is pretty good with the exception of two songs "Cadillac Hotel" and "scandal". In the case of Cadillac Hotel", it's as if he wants to make a Jeanny 3. He can never replace Jeanny. Coming Home was a terrible flop. He didn't incarnate the same emotions he had in Jeanny. I listen to the song almost every day. He seems to be singing on the exterior and not from the heart. As for Scandal, It just become tiresome to have the same yeah yeah chorus after each refrain. In a number of his songs in the album, he borrows lyrics from Der Kommisar and implants them in two songs in the album. There, I think Falco lacks imagination. But I admire this album because he sticks to his formula.In out of the Dark, I think he was trying to be something he was not. I especially like "Titanic","Dance Mephisto", and "Propaganda". But it's still very far away from his much better albums like Einzelhaft. For me, Falco has a definite style which will never be able replaced. But in the end, there really isn't a bad song in this album. Nachtflug is a very typical Falco song. It's a very raw song without the Hollywood effects he used in "Emotional"."
Falco is Great
Oliver Troust | Dallas, TX. | 09/09/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Nachtflug is yet another awesome album from Falco. All the songs have their charm and are timeless. Titanic opens the "Falco" experience with fluttering wind instruments and engaging beat, and Falco on an intercom. Without even knowing the title of the song you already get the feeling you're on the Titanic and you enjoying yourself. Just from that, you can tell Falco knew what he was doing. Falco continues with a completely different but great song "Monarchy Now". With a funky beat and dark chorus this song simply grooves. Falco continues the dark theme in "Dance Mephisto" and strangely gives you the jitters to Tango. In "Phycos" Falco get back into his funk and gets jamming with some awesome arrangement between the background singers, the guitar, and the synthesizers. The words and music have perfect harmony in "Scandal". In "Yah Vibration" Falco shows he can do Reggae also. I'll say he does it better than the overrated "Bob Marley". "Propaganda" gets you chugging with it's Latin rythum. "Time" makes you focus on how you can make a difference in the world. Only Falco has the power to do that. Finally you're brought to tears with Falco's truley moving "Cadillac Motel". Yet, Falco, get's you back on your feet with the smooth light song "Nachtflug". With so many emotions and original themes, it's impossible to overlook this album or even criticize it. Any self-respecting person should buy this cd now. Like all of Falco's albums, it's a masterpiece."