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Awesome!

I am glad we can finally get Jasmin Wagner (Blüemchen) in the American iTunes store. The album 'Die Welt gehört dir' (literally 'The World Heard You) is the newest and the best in my opinion. The first song of the album 'Die Welt gehört mir' mimics the album title and means 'The World Heard Me.' This song is by far best on this album. It sports an energetic tone. All mentionable songs are 'Taxt Taxi' with providing fun in songs. Although other songs on this album aren't really worth mentioning, the rest of the album is still stunning.

Fun album

First, just a note - the title does not mean "the world heard you" and the single is not "the world heard me", it's "the world belongs to you/me". (hoeren = to hear, gehoeren = to belong to). This album, like all of hers, is a lot of fun. It's very upbeat and always puts me in a good mood. I just got out all my Bluemchen cds the other day after not listening to them in years, and they still put a smile on my face, especially this one. Recommended!

Ummm...actually...

"Die Welt gehört dir" means "the world belongs to you"...if it was "die Welt hört dich" THAT would be "the world hears you"... Sorry...figured I'd clear that up.

Biography

Formed: April 20, 1980 in Hamburg, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

German pop singer, actress and tv host Jasmin Wagner aka Blumchën became involved in dance music after meeting producers Arn Schlürmann and Stani Djukanovic. They teamed up to make her first single called "Herz an Herz," followed by "Kleiner Satellit (Piep, Piep)," and "Boomerang,". Blumchën's debut album entitled Herzfrequenz was released in German and English (issued as Heartbeat by Blossom). The dance-pop newcomer joined Queen's tribute album Queen Dance Traxx 1 with a remake of "Bicycle Race,"...
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Die Welt gehört dir, Blümchen
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Teen Pop
  • Released: Sep 19, 2000

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