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1. Allgemeine Verunsicherung

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Released  1978 (1978)
Release date  1978
Label  EMI Columbia Austria
1. Allgemeine Verunsicherung (1978)  Café Passé (1981)
Genre  Pop
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Artist  Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung
Similar  Spitalo Fatalo, Café Passé, Geld oder Leben!, Nie wieder Kunst (wie immer), Watumba!

1. Allgemeine Verunsicherung is the first album from the Austrian band Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung. It is actually self-titled as in written German, cardinal numbers with a full stop after them are converted to being ordinal numbers, therefore 1. in German actually relates to first as opposed to the number 1.


The album, like the rest of is mainly in German with a few English words or phrases here and there. Some of the titles are actually in English, however they are still mainly in German.

As mentioned in the main Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung article, the band often changed their members. The material on this album differs considerably from the music the band later went on to produce.

The album was released only in Austria in 1978 and only on vinyl, catalogue number EMI Columbia 12C 054-33230. Original copies are very hard to find, however in 2015, the album was reissued on CD. No songs from this album were released as singles.

The song entitled "Pustel Gunkel" makes some reference to Helena Rubinstein.

Track listing

The Track names are listed sequentially but which songs appear on which side is not indicated. Titles in brackets are an approximate translation.

  1. Life is a Dog-Boogie
  2. Hereinspaziert (Come)
  3. Horrortraum einer jungen Dame (Young Lady's Nightmare)
  4. Pustel Gunkel
  5. Billy Beinhart
  6. GTX de Luxe GS (GTX Deluxe GS)
  7. Umberto e Sophia (Umberto and Sophia)
  8. Model Todel Klimbim Samba
  9. Disco Dillo
  10. Uschi
  11. Disco Queen


1Life Is a Dog Boogie
3Horrortraum einer jungen Dame


1. Allgemeine Verunsicherung Wikipedia