Träume, Liebe, Sehnsucht – Ihre größten Erfolge

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Träume, Liebe, Sehnsucht - Ihre größten Erfolge
Traume Liebe Sehnsucht.jpg
Greatest hits album by Die Flippers
Released 1987
Genre Schlager
Label Bellaphon
Die Flippers chronology
Aus Liebe weint man nicht
(1987)
Träume, Liebe, Sehnsucht - Ihre größten Erfolge
(1987)
Weihnachten mit den Flippers
(1987)

Träume, Liebe, Sehnsucht – Ihre größten Erfolge (Dreams, Love, Sorrow - Their Greatest Hits) is the second major compilation album released by German Schlager group Die Flippers. This album contains six new songs, five songs from Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt and five songs from Aus Liebe weint man nicht . It was a big success for the group, as it was their second gold record.

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Track listing

  1. "Acapulco" (New recording)
  2. "Mexico" (New recording)
  3. "Jeder Abscheid kann ein neur Anfang sein" (From "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt")
  4. "Traum von Mykonos" (From "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt")
  5. "St. Tropez" (New recording)
  6. "Aus Liebe weint man nicht" (From "Aus Liebe weint man nicht")
  7. "Wenn in Petersburg die weißen Rosen blühen" (From "Aus Liebe weint man nicht")
  8. "Nie mehr allein" (From "Aus Liebe weint man nicht")
  9. "Die rote Sonne von Barbados" (From "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt")
  10. "Elisa" (New recording)
  11. "Mitternacht in Trinidad" (New recording)
  12. "Heut Nacht hab' ich dich Verloren" (From "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt)
  13. "Summer Lady" (New recording)
  14. "Malaika" (From "Aus Liebe weint man nicht")
  15. "Veronika" (From "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt")
  16. "Arrivederci, Ciao Amor" (From "Aus Liebe weint man nicht")

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