Nena's Feuer und Flamme (German for "Fire and Flame", with the additional figurative meaning of "great enthusiasm") was released in 1985. It's the third album by German Pop band Nena and the fourth studio album of its singer, Gabriele "Nena" Kerner. The album was a success, reaching No. 2 in Germany.
Prompted by the success of 99 Luftballons (1984), which included English-language versions of songs from the band's first two albums, Nena recreated Feuer und Flamme in English as It's All In The Game (1985), with lyrics by Canadian singer Lisa Dalbello. The experiment failed commercially and was not repeated with the band's next album. Gabriele Kerner recorded a new bilingual German-English version of "Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime" with Kim Wilde in 2002.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- First pressing of 500 numbered copies on red & white mixed vinyl
Available on black vinyl