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Oompah’s Paradise

Oompah’s Paradise

For 2020, a toned-down version of the annual Oktoberfest celebration has kicked off in Germany. To celebrate, There I Ruined It recorded a new version of Coolio and L.V.’s Gangsta’s Paradise, with a fresh new oompah band sound.

Freaks: You’re One of Us (Trailer)

Freaks: You’re One of Us (Trailer)

After spending years being medicated, a fry cook discovers she’s been repressing her superpowers. Once she starts to understand her abilities, she finds others with similar powers, and stumbles onto a dangerous conspiracy. This fun looking German import arrives on Netflix 9.2.2020.

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Mil-Tec Luftwaffe Pilot Watch

Mil-Tec Luftwaffe Pilot Watch

Mil-Tec’s vintage style wristwatch features a aeronautically-inspired dial, with second indicators on its outer edge, and hours inside. The German-made watch has luminous hands and hour markers, and its background is distressed with an oil-stained look. Available in brown or black.

Sweet Oompah o’ Mine

Sweet Oompah o’ Mine

German band The Heimatdamisch is best known for their oompah-infused covers of rock songs. If you’re looking for a soundtrack to go with a stein of beer and some bratwurst, their ska-tinged version of Guns N’ Roses’ hit Sweet Child o’ Mine should do the trick. Ready for another round? How about some AC/DC?

David Hasselhoff in Moped Rider

David Hasselhoff in Moped Rider

We all know that Germans love David Hasselhoff, so it makes perfect sense that the Knight Rider and Baywatch star would appear in a commercial for a German automotive website. The words may be in German, but the humor is universal. Presumably, K.I.T.T. was replaced with a moped due to fuel efficiency concerns.

German Rhapsody

German Rhapsody

Back in 2010, musicians P.B. and M.D. took the time to translate and painstakingly line up the lyrics of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody into their native tongue of German. You don’t have to spreche ein bisschen Deutsch to enjoy their energetic performance.

Viva Berlin!

Viva Berlin!

Germany meets The Walking Dead in this upcoming zombie web-series from director Moritz Mohr. Even if there’s no subtitles, quality zombie kills are the international language.

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