Wir wollen nur deine Seele is the second live album by Die Ärzte and was released on November 22, 1999. It is a compilation of songs from different concerts. Leftover songs were released on Satanische Pferde, which was only available for fan club members. The album's title (which translates to "We just want your soul") is taken from a German book which was released by a Christian publisher in 1984 about the (perceived) propagation of satanism and occultism by rock musicians. This book gained a kind of cult status as a piece of real-life satire among heavy metal fans.

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  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele [Nosotros sólo queremos tu alma], es el segundo álbum en vivo de Die Ärzte. (es)
  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele ist das zweite Live-Album der deutschen Punkrock-Band Die Ärzte, das Ende 1999 als Dreifach-CD bzw. Sechsfach-Vinyl-Box erschien. Das Album wurde nach dem gleichnamigen, von Ulrich Bäumer verfassten und in einem evangelikalen Verlag herausgegebenen Buch benannt, in welchem vor den Gefahren okkultistischer Rockmusik gewarnt wird. (de)
  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele is the second live album by Die Ärzte and was released on November 22, 1999. It is a compilation of songs from different concerts. Leftover songs were released on Satanische Pferde, which was only available for fan club members. The album's title (which translates to "We just want your soul") is taken from a German book which was released by a Christian publisher in 1984 about the (perceived) propagation of satanism and occultism by rock musicians. This book gained a kind of cult status as a piece of real-life satire among heavy metal fans. The subtitle of the first disc is a reference to Motörhead's successful live album No Sleep 'til Hammersmith and it also puns the heavy metal umlaut, for which Motörhead is a noted example. "Sprüche II" on the EP contains two parts played at the same time, which means that one has to unplug the right speaker, when one wants to hear part 1 (left) and the other way around. In December 1999, a sequel to the third disc, "Invasion der Vernunft II" was released on Die Ärzte's homepage for downloading in 24 parts, similar to an Advent calendar. (en)
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  • Disc three – Invasion der Vernunft
  • Disc two – Halt's Maul und spiel!
  • Disc one – Nö Sleep 'til Viehauktiönshalle Öldenbürg
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  • Beetle; from Im Schatten der Ärzte
  • Cry for love; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
  • Greeting
  • Bundesgrenzschutz - Federal Border Guard; from 1, 2, 3, 4, - Bullenstaat!
  • Headfirst into Hell/Revolution; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
  • A song about censorship; from "1/2 Lovesong"
  • A song for you; from 13
  • Announcement
  • Bored; from Planet Punk
  • The superhöttest; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
  • Creeps; from Die Ärzte früher!
  • Date me; from Planet Punk
  • Forever; from Die Ärzte
  • Germanrockgirl; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
  • Golden handicraft/Punk is...; both from 13
  • Grandma boy; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
  • I don't know ; from Im Schatten der Ärzte
  • I'm rich; from Die Ärzte
  • In slices; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
  • Lemon ice-cream; from Die Ärzte früher!
  • Love and pain; from 13
  • Men are pigs; from 13
  • Missing, baby; from Planet Punk
  • Mullet; from Le Frisur
  • My friends; from 13
  • Never war again, no more Las Vegas!; from 13
  • Party stinks; from 13
  • Peace tank; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
  • Permanent wave vs. minipli; from Le Frisur
  • Rebel; from 13
  • Scalp; from Die Ärzte früher!
  • Show-off; from 13
  • Stubble; from Le Frisur
  • Summer, palms, sunshine; from Die Ärzte früher!
  • Super three; from Planet Punk
  • Teenager love; from Die Ärzte früher!
  • The count; from 13
  • The funny astronaut; from Die Ärzte früher!
  • The misanthrope; from Planet Punk
  • The sad ballad of Susi Spakowski; from Planet Punk
  • from 13
  • from Das ist nicht die ganze Wahrheit...
  • from Planet Punk
  • Good night; from "Teenager Liebe (unecht)/Gute Nacht"
  • Close your eyes; from Die Bestie in Menschengestalt
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  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele
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  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele [Nosotros sólo queremos tu alma], es el segundo álbum en vivo de Die Ärzte. (es)
  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele ist das zweite Live-Album der deutschen Punkrock-Band Die Ärzte, das Ende 1999 als Dreifach-CD bzw. Sechsfach-Vinyl-Box erschien. Das Album wurde nach dem gleichnamigen, von Ulrich Bäumer verfassten und in einem evangelikalen Verlag herausgegebenen Buch benannt, in welchem vor den Gefahren okkultistischer Rockmusik gewarnt wird. (de)
  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele is the second live album by Die Ärzte and was released on November 22, 1999. It is a compilation of songs from different concerts. Leftover songs were released on Satanische Pferde, which was only available for fan club members. The album's title (which translates to "We just want your soul") is taken from a German book which was released by a Christian publisher in 1984 about the (perceived) propagation of satanism and occultism by rock musicians. This book gained a kind of cult status as a piece of real-life satire among heavy metal fans. (en)
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  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele (de)
  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele (es)
  • Wir wollen nur deine Seele (en)
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