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Smash It Up - Die Toten Hosen - Learning English, Lesson One (CD, Album)

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  2. Learning English, Lesson 1, an Album by Die Toten Hosen. Released in on Totenkopf (catalog no. ; CD).
  3. Learning English, Lesson One or Learning English, Lesson 1 (other punctuation variations possible) is a cover album by the German punk band Die Toten Hosen. The album includes covers of mostly British bands, which were big influences on the band.
  4. Lyrics to Smash It Up by Die Toten Hosen from the Learning English, Lesson One [German Bonus Tracks] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  5. Coverversioner Die Toten Hosen. Det tyska punkrockbandet Die Toten Hosen gjorde en cover av "Smash It Up", som kom med på deras album Learning English, Lesson 1 från [2]The Offspring. valde det amerikanska punkrockbandet The Offspring att spela in en coverversion av "Smash It Up" för filmen Batman Forever. [3] Låten släpptes både på filmens soundtrack och som en singel.
  6. Die Toten Hosen - Learning English Step One Lyrics. John: Learning English Janet: Lesson 1 John: A quick beginners course for holiday makers and business people, rock'n'roll fans and pervert.
  7. 'Learning English, Lesson One', however, is in a class of it's own. Die Toten Hosen were at one time the biggest punk band in the world, but were generally ignored by English speaking audiences because they performed in German. In their first crack at English, the band produced a highly entertaining album/5(25).
  8. The song was covered by Die Toten Hosen for the cover album Learning English, Lesson One. In , The Offspring covered the song for the soundtrack to the film Batman Forever and it was also released as a single. The song peaked on No. 16 on the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 47 on the Hot Airplay (Radio Songs) chart.

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