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"Arbeit is a word of the German language which means "work" or "labour".
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Effectively making the title "North Sea Work".
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The band grew up in North East Scotland and this is most likely a reference to fishing and/or the North Sea oil industry.
  
 
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Revision as of 22:22, 5 June 2013

North Sea Arbeit
Running time 1:12
Appears on Old Tunes Vol. 2


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"Arbeit" may be a reference to "Arbeit macht frei", a German phrase that appeared at the entrance of several Nazi concentration camps.[1]

References

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbeit_macht_frei

"Arbeit is a word of the German language which means "work" or "labour". Effectively making the title "North Sea Work". The band grew up in North East Scotland and this is most likely a reference to fishing and/or the North Sea oil industry.

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