Tuefel-Hunden

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"Tuefel-Hunden"
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"
(2)
"Tuefel Hunden"
(3)
"Chief Chafe"
(4)

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

Appearances

Overview

The name "Tuefel-Hunden" is likely derived from the German nickname for U.S. Marines: "Teufel Hunden", or "Devil Dogs", which arose around WW1. An early title for the song, "Tuffen Hunds" (a butchering of the nickname), was mentioned on May 9, 2006 under the news section of Koch's 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".

Audio

Samples used

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See also

References

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