It’s March of 1984: The U.S. and the Soviet Bloc were engaged in a Cold War and fear of WW III was at a fever pitch – and the #2 song in the US was “99 Luftballons” by a completely unknown German group Nena. How did a song about the end of the world sung completely in German with multiple tempo changes become so popular in America? Largely by a simple mistake. Learn more on this episode of “How the @#$! Was That a Hit!?”

Jun 23, 2024

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