"Du Hast Mich" and Other Radio Dedications to the Heroes and Antiheroes of World Cup 2014

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It’s been tough out there for Latin American teams in this year’s World Cup. As we pour all of our remaining hope into Argentina as they go head to head with the Netherlands this afternoon, we’ve prepared a playlist dedicated to lamenting our heroes and bidding adieu to our antiheroes from this year’s tournament. From a Vicente Fernandez tribute to the beloved Piojo, to “Pinches Holandeses” from our favorite spokesperson from the Mexican-Costa Rican-Chilean Alliance Against Robben, we have all the feels covered.

Germany’s dedication to Brazil: Ramstein’s “Du Hast Mich”

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From David Luiz to James Rodríguez: Oscar de Leon’s “Llorarás”

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Dedicated to Arjen Robben: Aventura’s “El Malo”

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From Costa Rica, to their millions of fans: Wilfrido Vargas’s “Volveré”

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Remezcla’s dedication to El Piojo: Vicente Fernandez’s “El Rey”

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For Memo Ochoa: Los Enanitos Verdes’ “La Muralla Verde

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From referee Pedro Proença, dedicated to Mexico: Amanda Miguel’s “El Me Mintio”

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Luis Suarez’s dedication to Giorgio Chiellini: Paralisis Permanente’s “Quiero ser tu perro”

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What’s currently in Neymar’s headphones: Raulin Rodriguez’s “Que Dolor”

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This one goes out to Howard, Nava, and Ochoa: Leo Dan’s “Esa Pared”

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Mexico’s dedication to Pedro Proença: Shakira’s “No”

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To Pablo Armero (or the whole Colombia team): Ilya Kuryaki’s “A Mover el Coolo”

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For Donovan’s fans: “Rigo Tovar – Cuando Vuelvas Tú”

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Spain’s team to the World Cup: Bronco’s “Nunca Voy Olvidarte”

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For Alejandro Sabella: Cafe Tacvba’s “Dejate Caer”

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For Colombia’s celebratory dance: Wilo D’New’s “El Meneito”

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For the first water break in World Cup history: Eddie Santiago’s “Lluvia”

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To the World Cup mascot, Fuleco: Bronco’s “Como Balón de Futbol”

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For Cristiano Ronaldo: Mauricio Garces’ “Soy Tan Precioso”

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From Luis Suarez to Giorgio Chiellini: Paquita la del Barrio’s “Rata de Dos Patas”

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To Kyle Beckerman’s dreadlocks: Los Cafres’ “Dreadlocks”

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From Kyle Beckerman to FIFA: Gloria Trevi’s “Pelo Suelto”

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To the Netherlands, from the Mexican-Costa Rican-Chilean Alliance Against Robben: “Pinches Holandeses”

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