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"The Art of Noise in concert, 2012.10.03"
 
   LAST EDITED ON Oct-05-12 AT 03:48 PM (EDT)
 
>It is from the same cloth as the Macarena. A cheery little tune, a
>dance that anyone can (attempt to) emulate, and lyrics that are
>completely unintelligible except for one phrase.

Apart from the part about the dance, that has a much longer and more honorable heritage. Heck, thanks to the unique and creative usage, these lyrics don't make a ton of sense in English or German. (I'm particularly fond of "Er war so exaltiert because er hatte Flair.")

The Art of Noise's preferred way of covering this involves a frilly shirt and periwig for Moose, black tie for Miki, and post-syncope stimulants for most of the girls (and, statistically, 10% of the guys) in the front row.


Ooh! Rock me Amadeus
Ooh! Rock me Amadeus
Rock me Amadeus rock rock rock me Amadeus

rock me all the time to the top

Er war ein Punker und er liebt in der großen Stadt
Es war Wien, war Vienna wo er alles tat
Er hatte Schulden denn er trank, doch ihn liebten alle Frauen
Und jede rief: Come on and rock me Amadeus

Er war Superstar, er war populär
Er war so exaltiert because er hatte Flair
Er war ein Virtuose, war ein Rockidol
Und alles rief: Come on and rock me Amadeus

Amadeus Amadeus, Amadeus
Amadeus Amadeus, Amadeus
Amadeus Amadeus, oh oh oh Amadeus

Es war um 1780 und es war in Wien
No plastic money any more, die Banken gegen ihn
Woher die Schulden kamen war wohl jedermann bekannt
Er war ein Mann der Frauen, Frauen liebten seinen Punk

Amadeus Amadeus, Amadeus
Amadeus Amadeus, Amadeus
Amadeus Amadeus, oh oh oh Amadeus
Come and rock me Amadeus

Baby baby do it to me rock me
Baby baby do it to me rock me
Baby baby do it to me rock me
Ja ja ja

Amadeus Amadeus, Amadeus
Amadeus Amadeus, Amadeus
Amadeus Amadeus, oh oh oh Amadeus

- Falco (1957-1998)
"Rock Me Amadeus"
Falco 3 (1985)


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Vorticity
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1. "RE: The Art of Noise in concert, 2412.10.03"
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   >2412.10.03
:) I'm very happy to see 2412 in the SOS forum.

>(and, statistically, 10% of the guys)
I would have thought that this number would be much higher, given the kind of people who gather around Utena.

>Frauen liebten seinen Punk
Wait, why did the women love punk targeted at the young adult male demographic in Japan?


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2. "RE: The Art of Noise in concert, 2412.10.03"
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   >>2412.10.03
>:) I'm very happy to see 2412 in the SOS forum.

In that case I'm sad to tell you it's a typo. That was meant to be the real-world date of posting, 2012.10.03.

Mind you, it's likely the Symphony cast will still exist in October of 2412, but this post wasn't meant to confirm or deny that.

>>Frauen liebten seinen Punk
>Wait, why did the women love punk targeted at the young adult male
>demographic in Japan?

17th-century Austrians. Who gets them?

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3. "RE: The Art of Noise in concert, 2412.10.03"
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   >>2412.10.03
>:) I'm very happy to see 2412 in the SOS forum.
>
>>(and, statistically, 10% of the guys)
>I would have thought that this number would be much higher, given the
>kind of people who gather around Utena.
>
>>Frauen liebten seinen Punk
>Wait, why did the women love punk targeted at the young adult male
>demographic in Japan?

'Sein' - pronounced 'Zine' - shows up serving double duty as a couple of different German pronouns... Second person plural and second person formal singular, I think. -en, in this case, is Some Damn Conjugation Or Other, this issue being why I gave up on learning German.

I admit that your way's funnier, though.


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4. "RE: The Art of Noise in concert, 2412.10.03"
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   >>>Frauen liebten seinen Punk
>>Wait, why did the women love punk targeted at the young adult male
>>demographic in Japan?
>
>'Sein' - pronounced 'Zine' - shows up serving double duty as a couple
>of different German pronouns... Second person plural and second person
>formal singular, I think. -en, in this case, is Some Damn Conjugation
>Or Other, this issue being why I gave up on learning German.

I'm pretty sure that's the third-person possessive. The girls loved his punk, if I'm reading it currectly.

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