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Rammstein – “The Boys of Summer”

The origin of “The Boys of Summer” is somewhat controversial. The song was released on August 22, 1972 as a solo hit on the label’s “Gangnam Style” album. The record was not particularly well received by mainstream audiences. The label, now run out of the same home base in Germany, was concerned about the song’s impact, and Rammstein decided to give a record of it some commercial traction. The hit quickly garnered airplay on the Kpop radio stations and in the U.S. as well.

This was also the year the “Gangnam Style” style of dance started to circulate in Korea. The song became the first Kpop song to surpass the 100,000 sales milestone.

What was “Boy’s Day?” That was the name for the day of the day.

How did “The Boys of Summer” go over in Korea? Well, it really wasn’t well received. The official Korean version of the song, as well as the official English translation are very much in sync with the public perception of Korean culture.

For the English release of “The Boys of Summer”, the music video was made for a period of time in the early 1980s. Rammstein were approached about producing a movie version of the video. The music video was shot in Sweden, and the footage was taken from movies and TV shows from around the time the song was released to promote the English release of “The Boys of Summer.” The music video was released on October 12, 1981.

The Japanese version of “Boy’s Day” was released a month before “The Boys of Summer” for the Japanese market. It was released December 16, 1981.

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Where is the song credited to come from? The song has been credited on three different songs:

“Disco Tango” – a single by the Swedish super group “Disco Tango”.

“Boy’s Day” – an Rammstein song.

“The Boys of Summer” – Rammstein’s debut solo hit for the Kpop Music Awards, which was released in 1980.

Rammstein was signed to a record label as a group in 1979 as ‘Rammstein’, but were never promoted as a group. Instead, they were represented as a solo act. In April 1979, Rammstein had a successful performance at the Komp

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