Going for a cue from your ’90s CD series Pass away Schlümpfe, where tunes from your charts had been rearranged as dance slashes with vocals sung from the animated Smurf character types, the SpongeBob Schwammkopf album series features famous monitors with new German lyrics sung by Santiago Ziesmer, the German dubbing tone of voice of SpongeBob, the childrens favourite from it series SpongeBob SquarePants (SpongeBob Schwammkopf in Germany). Released in 2011, BOBmusik: Das Gelbe Recording featured tunes like “Lecker Lecker” (originally Shakira’s “Waka Waka”), “Hummer” (Culcha Candela’s “Hamma!”), and “Zack Zack” (Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok”). The recording was re-released beneath the name BOBmusik: Das Gelbe Winteralbum by the end of the entire year, adding two reward songs (“Schnee in Bikini Bottom level,” that used to become “Party Rock and roll Anthem” by LMFAO, and “Frohes Fest,” that was originally “INCREASE YOUR Cup” by P!nk). SpongeBob Schwammkopf: Das Blaue Recording, which included songs such as for example “Au!” (“Stay” by Hurts), “Ich Find’s Trocken Toll” (“I REALLY LIKE Rock ‘n’ Move” by Britney Spears), and “Ich Bin RoboBob” (“Strobo Pop” by Die Atzen), found its way to 2012. Proving you can’t maintain an excellent sponge down, SpongeBob Schwammkopf held the oceanic party moving in 2013 with two albums: a fresh collection of music, BOB Superstar: Das Total Abgedrehte Record, and a assortment of favorites from Schwammkopf’s profession to time, Bob Strikes: Das Allerbeste Record.