Top 10 Songs with Titles Containing the Umlauts Ä, Ö, Ë, Ü or ŸThis list is inspired by Martin_Canine's list Top Ten Music Artists Containing the Umlauts Ä, Ö and Ü.
Umlauts just look interesting - many bands have put umlauts into their names to look cool or different: Motörhead, Mötley Crüe, Queensrÿche.
Songs with umlauts are usually in German or Finnish because these languages use umlauts.
This is one of the best songs on their iconic album Nightfall in Middle-Earth, based on J. R. R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion.
Yes, this is the correct spelling of the name Fëanor - a character from Tolkien's The Silmarillion. But everyone spells his name Feanor in the song title because most people have no umlauts.
Tolkien high-fantasy works were partly influenced by the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, and there are Finnish-like names in his books, including words with umlauts.
So this is a song in English with a word in the song title that's probably influenced by Finnish. And the song is by a German band. That's very international. - Metal_Treasure
A song in German. Equilibrium are very good. - Metal_Treasure
The bandname also has an umlaut - the letter ä (they are a Finnish metal band).
This metal song was at the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008. Metal songs are rare at Eurovision. - Metal_Treasure
As the band name suggests (Finn troll) they are from Finland and sing folk metal in Finnish - Metal_Treasure
This is definitely in German - the band is German (but most of their songs are in English) - Metal_Treasure
A very good power ballad in Finnish, vocals are awesome (Jarkko Ahola) - Metal_Treasure
This is in Finnish. - Metal_Treasure
Marie Fredriksson cover that was on a special edition re-release of Opeth's 2008 album Watershed. - Metal_Treasure
It's Marie from Swedish pop-rock duo Roxette. I first heard the Opeth cover.
The song is in Swedish. - Metal_Treasure