|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Old & Drunk||12||Audio||2003||Last Year's Youth Records|
|3||This Time For Real||13||Audio||2004||Last Year´s Youth Records|
|4||Hass||3||Audio||1996||107% Politisch Korrekt Records|
|5||The Black Album 1989-1991||16||Audio||2011||Zounds (5)|
|6||This Time For Real Session||18||Audio||2004||Red Dynamite|
|7||This Time For Real||12||Audio||2004||Last Year's Youth Records|
|8||Into The Black||4||Audio||2013||Last Year's Youth Records|
Black Nivea (Mk. I), a bunch of decidedly dilettant noise makers, formed in mid 1989. After a handful of at times chaotic local gigs (imagine a mix of early Germs and Flipper) the original group disbanded at the end of 1991. But in 1994 Black Nivea (Mk. II) came together around the key players of Screaming Joe, Big Rolf and Haax. They went on for another 10 years this time, rarely performing in public, but self-releasing the one or other record, all of which were - rightfully? - ignored by the public.
In 1996 they released a great 7´´ as Pächter der Weisheit, original Black Nivea songs translated to German lyrics.