Military Parade in Moscow ★ show Dschinghis Khan Moskau ★ Moscou Russian England Full HD
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Date: August 24, 2013
Королевский оркестр гвардии Его Величества и церемониальный взвод, «Спасская башня»
Orquestra da Guarda Real de Sua Majestade e pelotão cerimonial, "Torre Spasskaya"
Orquesta de la Guardia Real de Su Majestad y el pelotón ceremonial "Spasskaya Tower"
His Majesty the King's Guard Band and Drill Team.
Russian Moscow -- Music Moskau - Dschinghis Khan
Music "Moskau" (German for Moscow) is a single by the German pop-act Dschinghis Khan from their 1979 self-titled debut album.
The song was released in Australia in 1980, the year of the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Australia's Channel 7 used the song as the theme to their television coverage of the Moscow Olympics. The song became a big hit in Australia, staying at #1 for six weeks.
The song also appears on their 1980 album Rom. The album version clocks six minutes, but the single version is four and a half minutes long.
The song also achieved an enormous underground popularity in the Soviet Union. A 15 second clip of the song's performance was shown as a part of the New Year holiday lineup on the state-run TV, leading to the immediate dismissal of the network's director.
In 2006, the song made its video game debut as a playable song in Taiko no Tatsujin Portable 2 after having been popularized in Japan by a viral misheard lyric video with 2ch characters.
It was also played at the opening at Eurovision 2009 at Moscow, Russia.
Single by Dschinghis Khan
from the album Dschinghis Khan
4:43 (West German single)
Dschinghis Khan singles chronology
(1980 Wir sitzen alle im selben Boot"
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