Dschinghis Khan - Dschinghis Khan (Flexi-disc)
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Jan 27, · Dschinghis Khan - Hit Medley (Silvester /) Dschinghis Khan mit den Liedern: Medley (Dschinghis Khan, Moskau, Hadschi Halef Omar, Rocking Son) - .
Dschinghis Khan Rocking son of Dschinghis Khan lyrics: Hu ha hu ha hu ha Kazachok / Instead of melancholia / the ruler of.
Dschinghis Khan foi uma banda pop alemã criada para competir no Festival Eurovisão da Canção A grafia do nome da banda, remete ao som da pronúncia inglesa do nome "Gengis Khan".O primeiro sucesso foi a canção homônima "Dschinghis Khan", escrita e produzida por Ralph Siegel, com letra de Bernd Meinunger, uma dupla responsável por várias canções daquele certame musical.
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"Moskau" (German for Moscow) is a German-language single by the German pop act Dschinghis Khan (known as Genghis Khan in Australia and other countries) released in The band also recorded an English version, which they released in as "Moscow".
Headed by producer Ralph Siegel and vocalist Peter Alexander, Germany's Dschinghis Khan offered a respite from standard pop music subject matter by spinning campy historical sagas in a shiny Euro-disco package.
Dschinghis Khan (English translation: "Genghis Khan") was the West German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest , performed in German by Dschinghis Khan. Cover versions by a number of other artists were subsequently released as singles and album tracks.
In the 13th century, the Mongolian leader Genghis Khan (in German Dschinghis Khan) and his hoard of riders conquered a vast area of the world as it was known at that time. Centuries later, a colourful, historical and costumed music group from Munich did the .