Kultur : Die Heat-Parade

Unsere Top 50 des Klimawandels

1. The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore


The Walker Brothers

2. Tsunami, Jimi Tenor

3. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall, Bob Dylan

4. Cloudbusting, Kate Bush

5. Sunlight Makes Me Paranoid, Elefant

6. Earthquake Weather, Beck

7. The Sun Goes Down and the World Goes Dancing, Magnetic Fields

8. Rock Me Like a Hurricane, Scorpions

9. Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,

Elton John & George Michael

10. The Day It Rained Forever, Slut

11. The Warming Sun, Grandaddy

12. Regenzeit, Tomte

13. Like Ice in the Sunshine, Beagle Music

14. Der Sturm, Blumfeld

15. Sunburnt Days, Maximilian Hecker

16. Dorothy Dreams of Tornadoes, Cursive

17. Waiting for the Sun, The Doors

18. Thunderstruck, AC/DC

19. I Blame the Sun,

The Horror The Horror

20. Always Take the Weather With You, Crowded House

21. Storm and Stress, Bloc Party

22. It’s Raining Men, The Weather Girls

23. When the Sun Goes Down,

Arctic Monkeys

24. Unterm Regen, Selig

25. Ring of Fire, Johnny Cash

26. Die Flut,

Joachim Witt & Peter Heppner

27. Don’t Steal Our Sun, The Thrills

28. Es wird Regen geben,

Die Fantastischen Vier

29. Riders on the Storm, The Doors

30. Der Wind hat mir ein Lied erzählt,

Zarah Leander

31. Like a Hurricane, Neil Young

32. Hot in the City, Billy Idol

33. Stormy Weather, Pixies

34. Die Hitze dauert an, Kante

35. Frozen, Madonna

36. Waterloo Sunset, The Kinks

37. Rain King, Sonic Youth

38. Sunburn, Muse

39. Why Does It Always Rain on Me, Travis

40. They Can’t Buy the Sunshine,

Turin Brakes

41. Red Rain, Peter Gabriel

42. Tears in Heaven, Eric Clapton

43. Wolke der Unwissenheit, Tocotronic

44. No Rain, Blind Melon

45. Die perfekte Welle, Juli

46. Here Comes the Sun, The Beatles

47. Singin’ in the Rain, Gene Kelly

48. Let the Sunshine in, 5th Dimension

49. Electrical Storm, U2

50. I Like Global Warming,

Rock’n’Roll Diktator

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