Classical Intro, Intro with barking of dogs ...
Introduction through a narrator. He starts the story of a little dog...?Narrator: „Dear Doggie Mummies and Daddies out there ...“
„RubberDog“ Rocksong with Dance-elements. The text is a short cut about the adventures of „RubberDog“.
The narrator tells us about RubberDog‘s life at the country side. Here he gets to know a cow.
„I‘m A Cow“: A funny Dance-Pop song with Ragga-elements.? The text is pure nonsense. It‘s about what it‘s like to be a cow.
RubberDog falls in love with a cow and sings a song for her ...
„Milk Of Love“ is a „R‘ & B song. The lyrics are about sex.
After this RubberDog tries to find his experiences in the big city. Here he quickly finds out that the city‘s life is quite different to life at the countryside.
„Upside Down“ ... A Pop 2-Step Garage-Pop song. The lyrics tell us about the twisted world we are living in.
„RubberDog“ sees a woman who looks at a TV show with a Latino singer. All of a sudden RubberDog hears some strange voices of the woman‘s „Brain“ and „Body“ ...
„Once A Lifetime“ is a Latin-Dance-Popsong talking about the beauty of our world.
RubberDog comes up to a beer tent. Here he hears two shoes talking with eachother.? Song „I‘m A Shoe“: A Disco song in the style of the 70ies telling us what it is like to be a shoe ...
RubberDog gets to know a philosophy student and hears his voices of „Brain“ and „Body“.
„Brain fart“ A sketch about Brain and body who always fight with each other.
Uptempo-Pop song called „Knowledge“: Critic about our world's thurst on knowledge.
RubberDog follows the student into a Whysky bar ...
„The Bridge“: A Popsong taken from Kafka‘s story „The Bridge“: Here the student talks about his broken heart.
The philosophy student and RubberDog leave the bar as the student gets involved in a whore. RubberDog saves the student from the whore.
„Brain and Body“: A Rock-song in the style of the 80ies.
Outro zu "Brain&Body"
Brain: "Weißt du was?..."
The student takes RubberDog home with him. Here he falls asleep in the bath top. His Brain and Body start talking again ...
„Brain and Body“ sitting in the bath top ...
Rubberdog jumps out of the window and runs into a park. Here he finds a crazy woman. He listens to her dreams telling about her past ...
"Little Blue Babies"
Ein Rocksong im Stile der 70iger-Jahre mit Elementen aus den Achtzigern. Im Text wird Kritik an unserer Lieblosigkeit geübt.
RubberDog runs up to a child, thinking that he can find something positive here to learn about us human beings ...
„The teddy“: A bitter sweet ballade about the „love“ between the girl and her teddy
RubberDog is dissapointed what he hears here. He then gets in contact with a ghost who tells him about how lovely his life was as he was still alive ...
„Time“ A positive Pop song about the ghost‘s life.
The ghost gives RubberDog another example about how life can be.
„The Big fat Worm called Loneliness“: A Jazz song telling about the loneliness between a married couple.
RubberDog leaves the city to go back to the country side.
„Living In A Big Cartoon“: A Rock song telling us about us human beings and our lifestyle.