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Tuefel-Hunden cover
Album track by Karlophone
Album I Must Find This Karlophone...
Released 2007
Recorded Unknown
Length 6:13
Label Amorphous Records
Writer(s) Karl Koch
Producer(s) Karl Koch
Status Released
I Must Find This Karlophone... track listing
"Now Comes a Decision"
"Tuefel Hunden"
"Chief Chafe"

"Tuefel-Hunden" is the third track off the second Karlophone album, I Must Find This Karlophone....



The song's title - an alteration on a German phrase meaning "devil dogs" - is a reference to the historically-unconfirmed nickname that Germans soldiers supposedly used for American Marines during World War I. The song was initially known by the similar title "Tuffen Hunds," (a butchering of the nickname), as revealed by Karl Koch on May 9, 2006 under the news section of his website karlophone.com.[1] The song was featured in the 2008 Warren Miller skiing documentary Children of Winter, in the "Cordova, Alaska" section. The film additionally contained two Weezer songs ("Troublemaker" and "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations on a Shaker Hymn)"), as well as another Karlophone song, "The Other End of the Friend".


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  1. Koch, Karl. (2006, May 9). News. Karlophone.com. Archived from the original on Weezerpedia at Karlophone.com - News.