|3||Please Don’t Make Me Happy|
|5||Ha! Ha! Houdini’s Laughing|
|7||Sea of Time (a: Rocking Song / b: Time / c: Call Me Easy, Say I’m Strong, Love Me My Way, It Ain’t Wrong)|
|9||Devil’s Dance (radio edit)|
|11||Devil’s Dance (The original long version)|
|13||Ha! Ha! Houdini's Laughing|
|15||Ain't It Strange|
|16||Big Fat Cat|
|20||Boy On the Beach (Live From Baunatal Stadthalle, Germany / May 5th, 1998)|
|21||Apparently (Live From Berlin Altes Tempodrom, Germany / May 12th, 1998)|
|22||Nothing Cancels Love|
|23||Blueprint (Live From Berlin Altes Tempodrom, Germany / May 12th, 1998)|
|25||Ain’t It Strange|
|27||Don’t Cry a River for Me (Be Cool)|
The Rainbirds were a German Pop rock band established in 1986 around the singer Katharina Franck. Their greatest hit was "Blueprint".
The band joined in 1986 and named themselves after an instrumental track by Tom Waits. When they won the Rock competition of the Senate of Berlin, they were contracted by Mercury Records. Their first album Rainbirds was produced in the Audio Studios of Berlin and became a success, the single "Blueprint" enjoyed attention across Europe in 1987. The band's first line-up included Katharina Franck (guitar, vocals), Michael Beckmann (bass), and Wolfgang Glum (drums). Due to a concert tour, guitarist Rodrigo González became a member of the Rainbirds. Later he joined Die Ärzte and Abwärts.
In the spring of 1989 the second album Call Me Easy, Say I’m Strong, Love Me My Way, It Ain’t Wrong was released, with a video clip by director and photographer Anton Corbijn. Corbijn who was known for his photographs of bands like Depeche Mode and U2 became the Rainbird's favourite photographer in the following years.