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Sugar Sweet - Nitzer Ebb - Ebbhead (Cassette, Album)

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  1. sugar, sugar sweet you say words that don't mean a thing but this world turns with the touches you bring take it in, into your hands throw it back and throw it down money maker always rattles his shaker if there's a giver he's always a taker take you in, into his arms and hold you back sugar, sugar sweet saccharine to the bitterness you'll meet.
  2. Dec 07,  · Ebbhead is the fourth album of the British EBM group Nitzer Ebb. Co-produced by Depeche Mode's Alan Wilder in collaboration with Flood, it .
  3. All of them are prime examples of Nitzer Ebb songs, and perhaps that's why this album suffers: it is a typical album from Nitzer Ebb. No new ground is explored here, and even if the music is better then on their other albums, it still sounds the same, and the lyrics are truly terrible. A good album overall, but the lyrics are a definite bust/5(18).
  4. Sugar, sugar sweet Sugar, sugar sweet You say words that don't mean a thing But this world turns with the touches you bring Take it in, into your hands Throw it back and throw it down Money maker always rattles his shaker If there's a giver he's always a taker Take you in, into his arms And hold you back Sugar, sugar sweet Sugar, sugar sweet.
  5. Album Ebbhead. Sugar Sweet Lyrics [Spoken] Sugar, sugar sweet Don't hold it back Sugar, sugar sweet Release Date September 30, Ebbhead Nitzer Ebb. 1. Reasons 3. I Give To You.
  6. Jan 01,  · Belief is the second album of the British EBM group Nitzer Ebb. It was the first album recorded with drummer Julian Beeston, and Flood took over as producer from Phil Harding. It was released by Mute Records on 9 January The fifth song on the album, "T.W.A.", appears to have been inspired by the Hezbollah hijacking of TWA flight in /5(4).
  7. Ebbhead is maybe Nitzer Ebb's best work, together with their previous 'Belief' CD. Alan Wilder joins the production of this work and directs Nitzer Ebb's energy towards a more melodic trend, which makes this album the culmination of an evolution from the tighter and mechanical impulses of /5(15).

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