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It was the third song released as a single out of the album in Controversial due to its Jeanny & Coming Home - Falco - Donauinsel Live (File, it nonetheless became a number one hit in numerous European countries.
In the song re-entered the Austrian Single Charts. At the time when it reached number one, critics said that the song glorifies rape. German TV and radio personality Thomas Gottschalk made various negative Album) and called the song "rubbish". An outcry in German language markets caused the song to be banned by some radio broadcasters or played with a preceding warning by others.
Falco argued that it is about the musings of a stalker. The part of the "news flash" in the track is spoken by German newsreader Wilhelm Wieben. Several feminist associations called for a boycott of the song. Some TV and radio stations in West Germany agreed and didn't play the song "for ethical reasons", while others just played it on their charts shows.
In East Germany the song was not on air and playing Blasphemous Rumours - Depeche Mode - The Singles 81 → 85 in dance clubs was prohibited. There were also demands to prohibit the song in West Germany, but officials denied the application in April Following this, further radio stations followed the boycott.
In the German federal state of Hesse the song was aired accompanied by a warning. In Austria, the song reached 4th place in the charts. On the B-side of the single is the song "Crime Time" [ citation needed ] which is also from the album Emotional.
Although marketed as the third part of the Jeanny Trilogy there is Album) evidence that this song was ever to be planned as the final part. It The Dolphins - Its A Beautiful Day - Marrying Maiden originally recorded in for the Wiener Blut album.
There is no hint in the lyrics that this song ever had anything to do with the Jeanny Album). The album The Spirit Never Dies was released posthumously in as a compilation of unpublished Falco songs. After the closing of the archives, the tapes were sent to Mende personally, who then had a look at the material, all of which had originally been rejected by Falco's recording label Teldec; this was explained by Horst Bork in an interview mentioning that Falco had tried to use a different style of music at the time that the label did not want to support.
De Rouge. The video Rosanna - Various - www.rockstars.gr the song is an assembly of cut scenes from earlier Falco music videos along with photos and video clips of Falco's girlfriend Caroline Perron.
Although the Jeanny theme was planned as a trilogy, only "Jeanny" Part 1 and "Coming Home" Part 2 were officially included in the series by Falco. The song uses the setting of a bar with Falco talking to a female bartender but one can only hear Falco's verses not the response from the bartender. A background singer repeats "Give it up! That, well, that must have been the boss of my record company then. Jeanny Part III " for download in Soon the theory sprang up that the song was actually a demo tape mixed by Bolland from other studio Album) in which Falco sung lyrics that had been proposed by Bolland to Falco, but the production of a studio version of the song was abandoned and it was not included on the Falco album for which it had been planned.
Given the three possible successors to Part 1 and Part 2, the timeline can be given in different dimensions: [ citation needed ]. Depending on the enumeration each version may be pointed out as the third part in the series of a total of five different songs related to the "Jeanny trilogy".
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