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Böhse Onkelz discography

Böhse Onkelz discography
Releases
Studio albums 15
Live albums 4
Compilation albums 3
EPs 3
Singles 7
Video albums 5
Music videos 2

This is the discography for the German Rock band Böhse Onkelz. According to record certifications and additional sources they have sold over 5.338.000 records and 425.000 videos/DVDs in their career. E.I.N.S. is their most successful album with over 510.000 units sold. Seven of their albums peaked at number one of the German album charts. The Onkelz are one of the most bootleged bands with over 250 bootlegs circulating as of 2005. Their albums spend 311 weeks on the German album charts.[1]

Albums

Studio albums

Year Title Peak chart positions [2] Notes
GER AT CH
1984 Der nette Mann Release date: 1984
Sales: + 2.000;[3] indexed in 1986
1985 Böse Menschen – Böse Lieder Release date: 1985
Sales: + 4.000[4]
1987 Onkelz wie wir... 31
(3 We.)
Release date: 1987
Re Release: 2. November 2007
Sales: + 16.000[5]
1988 Kneipenterroristen Release date: 10. October 1988
Sales: + 30.000[6]
1990 Es ist soweit Release date: 1. August 1990
Sales: + 60.000[7]
1991 Wir ham’ noch lange nicht genug Release date: 26. August 1991
Sales: + 250.000
1992 Heilige Lieder 5
(13 We.)
7
(7 We.)
Release date: 31. August 1992
Sales: + 250.000
1993 Weiß 10
(13 We.)
16
(16 We.)
37
(2 We.)
Release date: 4. October 1993
Sales: + 250.000
1993 Schwarz 12
(13 We.)
15
(16 We.)
38
(2 We.)
Release date: 4. October 1993
Sales: + 250.000
1995 Hier sind die Onkelz 5
(27 We.)
12
(16 We.)
25
(4 We.)
Release date: 25. September 1995
Sales: + 330.000[8]
1996 E.I.N.S. 4
(19 We.)
6
(16 We.)
32
(5 We.)
Release date: 23. October 1996
Sales: + 510.000
1998 Viva los tioz 1
(24 We.)
3
(10 We.)
10
(6 We.)
Release date: 4. September 1998
Sales: + 350.000[9]
2000 Ein böses Märchen 1
(22 We.)
2
(9 We.)
11
(9 We.)
Release date: 20. March 2000
Sales: + 370.000[10]
2002 Dopamin 1
(23 We.)
4
(12 We.)
13
(8 We.)
Release date: 15. April 2002
Sales: + 150.000[11]
2004 Adios 1
(17 We.)
6
(12 We.)
4
(10 We.)
Release date: 26. July 2004
Sales: + 200.000[12]

Live albums

Year Title Peak chart positions [2] Notes
GER AT CH
1992 Live in Vienna 61
(1 We.)
38
(2 We.)
Release date: 16. March 1992
Sales: + 250.000
1997 Live in Dortmund 5
(32 We.)
9
(14 We.)
39
(3 We.)
Release date: 21. August 1997
Sales: + 300.000[13]
2001 20 Jahre – Live in Frankfurt 19
(5 We.)
Release date: 22. October 2001
Sales: + 75.000
2005 Live in Hamburg 1
(24 We.)
7
(15 We.)
28
(7 We.)
Release date: 11. April 2005
Sales: + 100.000[14]

Compilations

Year Title Peak chart positions [2] Notes
GER AT CH
1994 Gehasst, Verdammt, Vergöttert 47
(9 We.)
13
(16 We.)
36
(5 We.)
Release date: 21. October 1994
Sales: + 250.000
2001 Gestern war heute noch morgen 3
(26 We.)
13
(13 We.)
24
(7 We.)
Release date: 5. March 2001
Sales: + 150.000
2011 Lieder wie Orkane 7
(11 We.)
Release date: 2. December 2011

Extended plays

Year Title Peak chart positions [2] Notes
GER AT CH
1985 Mexico Release date: 1985
Sales: + 8.000[15]
1989 Lügenmarsch Release date: 1989
1997 Danke für nichts - Biography EP Release date: 1997
Sales: + 25.000[16]

Sampler

  • 1982: Soundtracks zum Untergang 2 (Neuer deutscher Punk-Underground)

Singles

Year Title Peak Chart positions [2] Notes
GER AT CH
1981 Kill the Hippies – Oi Release date: 1992
1992 Ich bin in dir
Heilige Lieder
Release date: 1992
Sales: + 45.00[17]
1995 Finde die Wahrheit
Hier sind die Onkelz
Release date: 1995
1998 Terpentin
Viva los Tioz
7
(11 We.)
8
(10 We.)
Release date: 3. August 1998
Sales: + 200.000[18]
2000 Dunkler Ort
Ein böses Märchen… …aus tausend finsteren Nächten
2
(10 We.)
17
(7 We.)
22
(7 We.)
Release date: 31. January 2000
Sales: + 250.000
2002 Keine Amnestie für MTV
Dopamin
2
(11 We.)
8
(11 We.)
25
(8 We.)
Release date: 18. February 2002
2004 Onkelz vs. Jesus
Adios
2
(10 We.)
9
(12 We.)
16
(9 We.)
Release date: 20. June 2004
Sales: + 150.000[19]

Other Releases

  • 1998: Shape CD (Ticket for the 1998 tour)
  • 2005: Wenn du wirklich willst (Played in the last scene and the credits of the film Kombat Sechzehn from Mirko Borscht)

Videography

VHS

  • 1985: Böse Menschen – Böse Lieder
  • 1987: Onkelz wie wir
  • 1992: Live in Vienna (Ger 2)
  • 1994: B.O.S.C Fan-Video
  • 1997: Live in Dortmund (Ger 1)
  • 2000: Dunkler Ort + Clip – Making of
  • 2000: Tourfilm 2000 (Ger 1)

DVDs

Year Title Peak chart positions [2] Notes
GER AT CH
2001 Tourfilm 2000 1 Release date: 12. March 2001
Sales: + 100.000
2001 20 Jahre – Live in Frankfurt 2 Release date: 2001
Sales: + 75.000
2005 La Ultima / Live in Berlin 1
(14 We.)
77
(1 We.)
Release date: 19. June 2005
Sales: + 100.000
2007 Vaya Con Tioz 1
(32 We.)
2
(8 We.)
45
(1 We.)
Release date: 16. February 2007
Sales: + 100.000[20]
2008 Live in Vienna Release date: 2008
Sales: + 50.000
2008 Live in Dortmund Release date: 2008
Sales: + 50.000

Music videos

Year Title Director
2000 Dunkler Ort
Ein böses Märchen… …aus tausend finsteren Nächten
Frederik Gunnarson
2004 Onkelz vs. Jesus
Adios

Unauthorised Releases

Year Title Peak chart positions [2] Notes
GER AT CH
1994 Könige für einen Tag 16[21]
(7 We.)
Release date: 3. April 1994
1996 Nur die Besten sterben jung 86[22]
(3 We.)
Release date: 15. June 1996
1998 Buch der Erinnerung 58[23]
(19 We.)
Release date: 4. Mai 1998
2001 Wir schrieben Geschichte 44[24] Release date: 25. June 2001
2003 Fahrt zur Hölle! 38[25]
(2 We.)
66[26]
(2 We.)
Release date: 21. July 2003
Sales: + 20.000[27]

Other Releases

  • 1986: No Surrender! Vol. 2, ‚Rock-o-Rama‘ (indexed because of songs from the debut album)
  • 1988: Freitag Nacht, ‚Rock-o-Rama‘
  • 1988: Hässlich, ‚Rock-o-rama‘ (indexed because of songs from the debut album)
  • 1989: Hass / Was kann ich denn dafür, ‚Street Rock’n’Roll‘
  • 1989: Stolz / Singen und Tanzen, ‚Street Rock’n’Roll‘
  • 1990: 6. für Deutschland, ‚Metal Enterprises‘
  • 1992: 6. für Deutschland Vol. II, ‚Metal Enterprises‘
  • 1994: Fanatorium
  • 1995: Digital World (Best of 1991–1993), ‚Bellaphon‘
  • 1995: Heilige Lieder GOLD – Limited Edition, ‚Bellaphon‘
  • 1998: Buch der Erinnerung, ‚Bellaphon‘

Record Certifications

Gold Certification[28]

  •  Germany
    • 1995: for the Album „Heilige Lieder“
    • 1996: for the Album „E.I.N.S.“
    • 1996: for the Album „Hier sind die Onkelz“
    • 1997: for the Album „Wir ham' noch lange nicht genug“
    • 1997: for the Video „Live in Dortmund“
    • 1997: for the Video „Live in Vienna“
    • 1998: for the Album „Live in Dortmund“
    • 2000: for the Single „Dunkler Ort“
    • 2000: for the Album „Ein böses Märchen aus tausend finsteren Nächten“
    • 2001: for the Album „Gestern war heute noch morgen“
    • 2003: for the Album „Gehasst, Verdammt, Vergöttert“
    • 2003: for the Album „Live in Vienna“
    • 2003: for the Album „Schwarz“
    • 2003: for the Album „Weiß“
    • 2005: for the Album „Live in Hamburg“
    • 2005: for the DVD „La Ultima / Live in Berlin“
    • 2006: for the DVD „Böhse Onkelz Tour 2000“
  •  Austria
    • 1998: for the Album „Viva los Tioz“
    • 1998: for the Album „Hier sind die Onkelz“
    • 1998: for the Album „E.I.N.S.“

Platinum Certification[28]

  •  Germany
    • 2000: for the Album „Ein böses Märchen aus tausend finsteren Nächten“
    • 2003: for the Video „Live in Vienna“
    • 2005: for the DVD „La Ultima / Live in Berlin“
    • 2006: for the Album „E.I.N.S.“
    • 2006: for the DVD „20 Jahre - Live in Frankfurt“
    • 2006: for the DVD „Böhse Onkelz Tour 2000“
    • 2006: for the Video „Live in Dortmund“

3x Gold Certification[28]

  •  Germany
    • 2005: for the DVD „La Ultima / Live in Berlin“
    • 2006: for the DVD „20 Jahre - Live in Frankfurt“

2x Platinum Certification[28]

  •  Germany
    • 2007: for the DVD „La Ultima / Live in Berlin“
Country Gold Platinum
 Germany 23 9
 Austria 3 0
total 26 9

References

External links

  • Official website
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