NINA HAGEN Vinyl LP Albums Gallery

Nina Hagen was born as Catharina Hagen in the former East Berlin, East Germany, the daughter of Hans Hagen (also known as Hans Oliva-Hagen), a scriptwriter, and Eva-Maria Hagen, an actress and singer.

NINA HAGEN

On the discography listing below you will find NINA HAGEN vinyl records released during the 1970s and 1980s. For each record you will have the record companie's catalognr, album title, year and country of release. Complete information for each record can be viewed by selecting the corresponding links. Albums have been ordered in ascending alphabetical order of the album titles.

Label& Catalogno Band/Performers - Album Title Year Country

CBS 25667

 

Nina Hagen - Angstlos

Angstlos is the fourth (second solo) studio album from the artist Nina Hagen, released in 1983, with an English version in 1984, Fearless. It was released on CBS Records, and features a song co-written with Flea and Anthony Kiedis of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, who were signed to EMI/Capitol a year later.

1983  

CBS 83136

NINA HAGEN BAND - Self-Titled

"Nina Hagen Band" is the first album of the Nina Hagen Band, from 1978.

1978  
CBS 85774

Nina Hagen - NunSexMonkRock

Unbehagen is the second and last album by the Nina Hagen Band before the solo career of singer Nina Hagen. The German title translates to Discomfort but can be seen as a pun on the band name. "Wenn ich ein Junge wär" was recorded live in April 1979 at the Saarbrücken Congress Hall.

1982 Holland
CBS 84159 
Unbehagen is the second and last album by the Nina Hagen Band before the solo career of singer Nina Hagen. The German title translates to Discomfort but can be seen as a pun on the band name. "Wenn ich ein Junge wär" was recorded live in April 1979 at the Saarbrücken Congress Hall.

Nina hagen - Unbehagen

Unbehagen is the second and last album by the Nina Hagen Band before the solo career of singer Nina Hagen. The German title translates to Discomfort but can be seen as a pun on the band name. "Wenn ich ein Junge wär" was recorded live in April 1979 at the Saarbrücken Congress Hall.

1979 Holland