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    Nina Hagen studied classical music and singing. She started her career in 1972 with a polish blues band. She then plays with two different groups and goes from club to club until the 9th of December 1976 when she is sent out of Eastern Germany for “anti social behavior”. She immigrates to London where she meets up with The Sex Pistols, The Slits and other punk groups. Their brief collaboration inspired Nina at her return in Germany, and pushed her to form her proper group and prepare her first album: Nina Hagen Band, in 1978. The audience discovers a stunning and explosive young woman and an album divided between lyricism and insane music. The next year, Nina releases her second album: Unbehagen with the very famous “African Reggae”. At that time, Nina leaves her groups and takes off for New York.
    In 1982, her 3rd album is released therefore very different from the two last ones: Nunsecmonkrock. Nina Hagen in Ekstacy in 1985 is her last true success before her return in the 90’s. In 2003 and 2006, Nina Hagen releases two albums ne after the other. The first one, Big Band Explosion, is very jazzy and the other, Auf Der Welt, is based on the 30’s music. Nina will remain one of the most creative singers of the punk era and most certainly the most successful German rock artist. Her audience’s acknowledgment lead her to be a judge at the Popstar program in 2006.


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