Born Silly is a hidden-camera show that sees parents pranking their unsuspecting children.
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Runtime: 30 minutes
Born Silly - Silly (band) - Netflix
Silly is a German rock band. Founded in East Germany in 1978, Silly was one of the country's most popular music acts, and was well known for its charismatic lead singer Tamara Danz. Her death in 1996 ended the band's recording career after 18 years. In 2005 the surviving members began to perform as Silly again, first with several guest singers, before choosing actress Anna Loos to replace Danz. The first album with the new line-up, Alles Rot, became the band's most successful to date, reaching number 3 on the German charts in 2010.
Born Silly - Discography - Netflix
Silly, 1980 — released first in West Germany Tanzt keiner Boogie? (Isn't Anyone Going to Boogie?), 1981 — East German version of their first album Mont Klamott (Rubbish Mountain), 1983 Liebeswalzer (Love Waltz), 1985 Bataillon d'Amour (Battalion of Love), 1986 Februar (February), 1989 Hurensöhne (Sons of Bitches), 1993 Paradies (Paradise), 1996 Bye Bye... (The Best of Silly, Vol 1), 1996 (compilation) P.S. (The Best of Silly, Vol 2), 1997 (compilation) Traumteufel (Dream Devil), 1999 (compilation) Silly + Gundermann & Seilschaft Unplugged, 1999 — Live album with Gerhard Gundermann, recorded in Potsdam in 1994 25 Jahre Silly, 2003 (DVD) Silly - Die Original Amiga Alben (The Original Amiga Albums), 2006 — Eight-CD box set with first appearance of Silly's debut album on CD, not available separately Silly + Gäste (Silly and Guests), 2006 — Live CD and DVD of 2005 tour with guest singers Alles Rot (Everything Red), 2010 - now with Anna Loos Kopf An Kopf (Head To Head), 2013 - now with Anna Loos Wutfänger (Rage Catcher), 2016 - now with Anna Loos Tamara Danz - Asyl im Paradies - 1952-1996 (Tamara Danz - Asylum in Paradise - 1952-1996), 2016 - now with Anna Loos