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Articles
Overview
Rammstein 1 1 14 14 17 19 22 25 28 32 32 39 41 41 44 47 51 56 62 70 70 72 72 75 78 80 83 88 91

Members
Till Lindemann Christoph Schneider Richard Z. Kruspe Oliver Riedel Paul Landers Christian Lorenz

Discography
Discography Rammstein demos

Studio albums
Herzeleid Sehnsucht Mutter Reise, Reise Rosenrot Liebe ist fr alle da

Compilation albums
Original Single Kollektion

Singles
"Du riechst so gut" "Seemann" "Engel" "Du hast" "Das Modell" "Du riechst so gut '98" "Stripped"

"Asche zu Asche" "Sonne" "Links 2-3-4" "Ich will" "Mutter" "Feuer frei!" "Mein Teil" "Amerika" "Ohne dich" "Keine Lust" "Benzin" "Rosenrot" "Mann gegen Mann" "Pussy" "Ich tu dir weh" "Haifisch"

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Videos
Live aus Berlin Lichtspielhaus Vlkerball

Related articles
Emigrate (band) Feeling B "Schtiel"

References
Article Sources and Contributors Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors 159 164

Article Licenses
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Overview
Rammstein
Rammstein

Rammstein playing "Engel" in Madison Square Garden (11 December 2010) Background information Origin Genres Years active Labels Berlin, Germany Neue Deutsche Hrte 1994present Motor Music, Republic, Slash, Universal, Vagrant, Coconut [1]

Associated acts Emigrate, Feeling B, First Arsch Website www.rammstein.de [2]

Members Till Lindemann Richard Z. Kruspe Paul H. Landers Oliver "Ollie" Riedel Christoph "Doom" Schneider Christian "Flake" Lorenz

Rammstein (German pronunciation:[amtan]) is a German Neue Deutsche Hrte band from Berlin, formed in 1994.[3] The band consists of members Till Lindemann (lead vocals), Richard Z. Kruspe (lead guitar and backing vocals), Paul H. Landers (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Oliver "Ollie" Riedel (bass guitar), Christoph "Doom" Schneider (drums and electronic percussion) and Christian "Flake" Lorenz (keyboards). They are widely accepted as part of the Neue Deutsche Hrte scene, alongside bands such as Oomph!, Eisbrecher, and Die Krupps. Their songs are usually in German, but they have also performed songs entirely or partially in other languages such as English, Spanish, French and Russian.[4] As of 2009, they have sold over 15 million records worldwide.[5] Rammstein's entire catalogue is published by Universal Music Group. Since their formation in 1994, Rammstein has had no changes in their band line-up nor have any members left the band. Rammstein takes their name indirectly from the German town of Ramstein-Miesenbach, the site of the flight show disaster on 28 August 1988. The band's signature song, "Rammstein", is a commemoration of the disaster. In a short period before the band became well known, they performed using the name "Rammstein-Flugschau" (literally meaning "Rammstein-Flightshow").

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History
Herzeleid (19951997)
Rammstein began to record their first studio album entitled Herzeleid in March 1995 with producer Jacob Hellner.[6] They released their first single "Du Riechst So Gut" on 17 August and released the album on 24 September 1995. Later that year, they toured with Clawfinger in Warsaw and Prague. Rammstein headlined a tour of their own through Germany from 2 December to 22 December consisting of 17 shows which helped to boost the band's popularity. They then went on several tours throughout early 1996, releasing their second single entitled "Seemann" on 8 January 1996. On 27 March, Rammstein performed on MTV's Hanging Out in London; their first performance in the UK. Rammstein's first major boost in popularity outside Germany came when music director Trent Reznor chose two Rammstein songs, "Heirate mich" and "Rammstein", for David Lynch's film Lost Highway. The soundtrack for the film was released in the US in late 1996 and later throughout Europe in April 1997. Rammstein then went on to tour through Germany, Austria and Switzerland from September to October 1996, performing an anniversary concert on 27 September called "100 years of Rammstein". Guests to the concert included Moby, Bobo and The Berlin Session Orchestra, Berlin director Gert Hof was responsible for the light show.

Sehnsucht and Live aus Berlin (late 19962000)


Rammstein started recording Sehnsucht in November 1996 at the Temple Studios in Malta.[7] The album was again produced by Jacob Hellner. "Engel", the first single off of the album, was released on 1 April 1997 and reached gold status in Germany on 23 May. This prompted the release of a fan edition of the single, named Engel - Fan Edition. This contained two previously unreleased songs, "Feuerrder" and "Wilder Wein". Release of the second single from the album Sehnsucht was "Du hast", which hit the German single charts August 1997 at number 5. Rammstein then continued touring in the summer whilst Sehnsucht was released on 22 August 1997. The album reached number 1 in Germany after only two weeks in the charts. Simultaneously, Herzeleid and both the singles off Sehnsucht ("Du hast" and "Engel") were in the Top 20 of the German charts. Rammstein continued to headline sold out shows throughout Europe in September, October. On 5 December 1997, they embarked on their first tour of the United States with KMFDM. On 2223 August 1998, Rammstein played to over 17,000 fans at the Wuhlheide in Berlin; the biggest show the band had played there up to that date. Supporting acts were Danzig, Nina Hagen, Joachim Witt and Alaska. The show was professionally filmed, intended to be released on their upcoming live DVD, Live aus Berlin. Rammstein embarked on a live tour with Korn, Ice Cube, Orgy and Limp Bizkit called the Family Values tour in September through to late October 1998. To further continue their success in the US, Sehnsucht received Gold record status on 2 November. The band was nominated at the MTV European Music Awards for Best Rock Act and performed "Du hast" live on 12 November that year. Rammstein had further success in 1999, starting off the year in February with a nomination for Best Metal Performance at the 42nd-annual Grammy Awards. A year after it was filmed, the Live aus Berlin concert was released on CD on 30 August 1999, with a limited edition double CD also available. Two weeks after it was released, Live aus Berlin went to number one in the German Album Charts. On 13 September and 26 November 1999 the video and DVD versions of the concert were released respectively.

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Mutter (20002002)
The recording of Rammstein's album Mutter took place in the south of France in May and June 2000, and it was mixed in Stockholm in October. During Christmas 2000, Rammstein released an MP3 of "Links 2-3-4" as a taster for their new album. Richard also wrapped a thread of his own hair onto the G string of his guitar just for this album, he said "It gave it a certain sound". 2001 was a busy year for Rammstein, starting in January and February with the band playing the Big Day Out festival in Australia and New Zealand. January also heralded the shooting of the video for their upcoming single, "Sonne", recorded in Potsdam at Babelsberger Filmstudios from 13 to 15 January 2001. The video was released on 29 January 2001. The single for "Sonne" was released on 12 February 2001 in Europe, featuring an instrumental version of the song, two remixes by Clawfinger and "Adios" from the upcoming album. Mutter was released on 2 April 2001, sparking another Rammstein tour through Germany, Austria and Switzerland. On 14 May, the second single off the album, "Links 2 3 4", was released, along with a video of the single on 18 May. After a tour throughout Europe in June, the band then toured the U.S., Canada and Mexico from June to August 2001. "Ich will", the third single from the album, was released on 10 September 2001 and a Tour edition of the Mutter album (the cover of which is red)[8] was released, featuring alternative artwork and live versions of "Ich will", "Links 2 3 4", "Sonne" and "Spieluhr". From 8 to 12 January 2002, Rammstein traveled to Prague to participate in a minor scene for the film xXx. The band is seen in the opening scene, performing their song "Feuer frei!" in a concert. "Feuer frei!" was released across Europe as the first single from the xXx soundtrack on 14 October 2002. Rammstein released two remixes of the song. Furthermore, the single's track listing included "Du hast" and "Bck dich" cover versions by Battery. The video for the single was edited by Rob Cohen, which contains part Rammstein performance at the beginning of the film and part snippets from the film itself.

Reise, Reise (20032005)


Rammstein recorded Reise, Reise ("travel, travel") at the El Cortijo studio in southern Spain in November and December 2003, it was mixed at Toytown studio in Stockholm, Sweden in April and May 2004. The first single from the album was "Mein Teil", released on 26 July 2004. The video was shot in the Arena, in the Treptow district of Berlin. Outdoor shooting took place at the Deutsche Oper (Opera House) U-Bahn station on Bismarckstrasse. The director was Zoran Bihac, who also filmed the "Links 2 3 4" video. The video for "Amerika" was filmed on 67 August 2004 in the ruins of the former cement works in Rdersdorf near Berlin, Germany under the direction of Jrn Heitmann (who also directed the "Ich will" video, among others). The space suits for the moon scenes were borrowed from Hollywood and 240 tons of ash were needed to create the moon landscape. The video premiered on 20 August 2004. The second single from Reise, Reise was "Amerika", released on 13 September 2004. With the album released on 27 September, it went straight to top 10 charts throughout Europe. According to the Billboard charts, Rammstein were now the most successful German-language band of all time. Rammstein then toured Germany through November and some of December 2004, releasing the single "Ohne dich" on 22 November. In February 2005, Rammstein toured Europe again. By 28 February 2005, Rammstein had played 21 concerts in front of more than 200,000 spectators in ten countries. It was on this tour that the band was faced with several lawsuits resulting from severe fire breathing accidents involving audience members. "Keine Lust" was the fourth single released from Reise, Reise on 28 February 2005. From 27 May to 30 July 2005, Rammstein played festivals across Europe. Footage from these concerts eventually ended up on Rammstein's live DVD Vlkerball, released in November 2006.

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Rosenrot and Vlkerball (20052006)


In August 2005, Rammstein revealed the name of their next studio album: Rosenrot. Their first single from the album, "Benzin", was released on 5 October 2005, with its video premiere on 16 September 2005. Rosenrot was released worldwide on 28 October 2005. Directly following the release, the album continued the success of its predecessor, Reise, Reise, placing on top 10 charts in 20 countries. 16 December 2005 marked the release of the title track on Rosenrot. The video for "Mann gegen Mann" was released on 6 February 2006, with the single being released on 3 March. On 19 February 2006, Rammstein had an asteroid named after them, 110393 Rammstein. On 17 November the first Rammstein Live DVD since Live aus Berlin from 1998 was released. Vlkerball shows concert-performances by the band in England, France, Japan and Russia. The Special Edition is extended by a second DVD, which contains the documentaries "Anaconda in the net" by Mathilde Bonnefoy and the "Making of the album Reise, Reise" by Rammstein guitarist Paul Landers. The limited edition was released as a large black-and-white photo-book with photos by Frederic Batier, who had accompanied the band through their recent tours. The photo-book edition contains two DVDs and two live albums.

Liebe ist fr alle da & tour (20072011)


The band took a time out in 2006, and began work again in 2007. In an interview with German rapper Bushido (who contributed the "Electro Ghetto remix" of "Amerika") on 21January2007, Bushido reported recording a song with Rammstein, called "Vergiss uns nicht" ("Don't forget us"). In this interview, Bushido also mentioned that he was unsure whether it would be on their "Best of" album or not. This was the first mention of a "Best of" album, or the new album all together. On May6, Rammstein announced European tour dates on their website.[9] [10] In addition, keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz confirmed this in an interview with Metal Hammer Germany in November, stating that they would have most likely released a new album in 2008. The band did not tour during 2007 due to album production. Their website confirmed work on a new album, but no word of a "Best of" album has yet been mentioned. In January 2008, guitarist Richard Kruspe confirmed on the Talking Metal Podcast that Rammstein was recording an album as they spoke, during that same interview he confirmed a "big world tour" following the next album to contain U.S. dates. On 4November, the band finished the pre-production in Berlin and went to the Henson Studio in LA. After 7 intensive weeks, they had recorded the drums, guitars and most of the vocals. Two very short (less than two minutes) "making of" videos have been released during the development of the album. One video, released on the band's website, shows drummer Christoph "Doom" Schneider recording drums for one of the tracks ("Mehr"), and the second, released on the band's MySpace page, features keyboardist Flake Lorenz practicing notes for another track. The June '09 release of Metal Hammer featured an interview with Rammstein-manager Emanuel Fialik. In regard to the upcoming album Fialik quoted "Musically, it has the force of Mutter while the beauty of the melodies of Sehnsucht Just so it has fixed in my ears." and also that it will feature two soft ballads and the rest will be "hard as a rock". He even went as far to say that the disk is the biggest surprise since the birth of his son. The interview concluded with Fialik stating "It is musically the best Album, which until now has Rammstein recorded!"[11] In July 2009, the title track "Liebe ist fr alle da" leaked onto the internet, along with promotional materials. This has led Universal Music to take action against certain fan sites.[12] [13] It was confirmed in August 2009 that the new album will have 11 tracks,[14] and mixing of the album which was taking place in Stockholm - has been completed.[15] On September1,2009, it was confirmed on the band's website that "Pussy" will be the first single from the new album. On the same day, The Gauntlet posted a promotional video for it. The video also confirmed the new album title, Liebe ist fr alle da. Later, the title was confirmed again in an interview with Paul Landers for RockOne magazine.

Rammstein The music video for "Pussy" was released on September16,2009, at 20:30 GMT, released especially for the adult website Visit-x.[16] The video contains graphic scenes of male and female nudity as well as women engaging in sexual activity with the band members, although the actual sex scenes were performed by body doubles.[17] The women featured in the video are German porn stars.[18] Metal Hammer released an edited version of the video onto their website.[19] "Ich tu dir weh" has been confirmed as the second single off the album by Paul and Flake, in an interview for Radio Eins. Although censorship of the song in Germany prohibits any advertisement, broadcast or public display, the video to "Ich tu dir weh" was released on December21,2009 on the adult website Visit-x, just like the video to "Pussy", after advertisement on the band's official German website; it depicts the band on stage in a similar configuration as the one on their 2009/10 tour. Any references to the video on the official website have since been deleted. In Europe, the single has been released on January 15, 2010, and in the U.S. on January19,2010.[20] Like the video "Pussy" also this video was directed by Jonas kerlund. On Friday April 23, 2010, Rammstein released their video "Haifisch". Unlike the video for Ich tu dir weh, it contains more of a storyline rather than a performance.[21] The single was released during May and June 2010.[22] As part of their European summer tour, Rammstein performed at the 2010 Rock AM Ring Festival on 46 June2010.[23] They also headlined several shows across Europe on the Sonisphere Festival, including their first ever outdoor UK performance at Knebworth Park, performing the day before Iron Maiden. On Sunday July 18, 2010, Rammstein played in front of more than 130,000 people in Quebec City on the Plains of Abraham as the closing show for the Festival d't de Qubec. It was their first North American appearance in 9 years. The band announced that their last tour dates of 2010 were to be in the Americas. After several South American dates, the band returned to the United States for a single show at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York City - their first US show in over nine years, it is rumored that tickets sold out in as little as fifteen minutes. They also performed at Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada on December 9. This concert also sold out within the first hour of tickets going on sale, indicating a high demand to see Rammstein in North America. The band then played at Big Day Out 2011 from January 21 to February 6 in New Zealand and Australia. The band also visited South Africa for the first time in 2011 and played two concerts at Cape Town and Johannesburg. Rammstein bassist Oliver Riedel stated in an interview in Montreal with Musik Universe that in April2011, the band will release the first volume of their "Greatest Hits" along with unreleased tracks. In the same interview he also stated there will be a new live DVD coming out, with concert footage from the sold out New York and Montreal concerts.[24] On February 16, 2011, Rammstein announced that after the massive success of their sold out Madison Square Garden show on December 11, 2010 they would be touring North America after 10 years, making stops in New Jersey (East Rutherford) Izod Center, Montreal Bell Centre, Toronto Air Canada Centre, Chicago Allstate Arena, Edmonton Rexall Place, Seattle Tacoma Dome, San Francisco (Oakland) Oracle Arena, Los Angeles The Forum (Inglewood), and Las Vegas Thomas and Mack Center, Mexico City's Palacio de los Deportes, Guadalajara's Arena VFG, and Monterey's Auditorio Banamex to a total of six U.S dates, three Canadian dates, and four Mexican dates. Tickets went on sale February 25 and 26 to great response, with many shows completely selling out, making this tour a complete success. On April 20, 2011 the band also won the Revolver Golden God Award for Best Live Band, their first U.S award.

Best Of Album (2011Present)


In a recent interview Rammstein guitarist Richard Kruspe stated that the band is going to release a Greatest Hits album in September 2011. It will contain two previously unreleased tracks from the LIFAD recording sessions. A European tour is supposed to kick off soon thereafter. The only confirmed date for the European continent so far is on November 11, 2011 at the O2 Arena in Prague, Czech Republic. In the same interview Kruspe also said that they are once again planning on returning to North America for a 21 date tour on May 2012.

Rammstein The band confirmed the shooting of a new video in May, for a new song called Mein Land.[25] In June 6th, the song was leaked into the Internet.

Musical style and influences


Although Rammstein is often generalized as Neue Deutsche Hrte, their music spans a variety of related styles, including heavy metal, industrial music, and groove metal. The band is primarily influenced by Oomph! (who were strongly influenced by groove metal acts like Prong) and the image and the deep voice of Milan Fras of Laibach. The band has a flair for costumes of all sorts, both in live shows and in videos. In the "Keine Lust" video, all members of the band except Flake were dressed in fat suits. In the "Amerika" video, all members of the band wore space suits. Live, the band experiments even more with costumes. In the Vlkerball concert, among others, Till changed costumes between songs, dressed accordingly for each. For example, in "Mein Teil", he was dressed as a butcher, in "Reise, Reise", as a sailor. The rest of the band each wore their own preferred costume, but none as outlandish or themed as Till's. Rammstein's style has tended to divide critics, some of whom have responded with memorable comments. Jam Showbiz (April 2001) described Mutter as "music to invade Poland to". New Zealand's Southland Times (December 17, 1999) suggested that Till Lindemann's "booming, sub-sonic voice" would send "the peasants fleeing into their barns and bolting their doors", while the New York Times (January 9, 2005) commented that on the stage, "Mr. Lindemann gave off an air of such brute masculinity and barely contained violence that it seemed that he could have reached into the crowd, snatched up a fan, and bitten off his head." Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic commented that "their blend of industrial noise, grinding metal guitars, and operatic vocals is staggeringly powerful."[26] "We just push boundaries", said Till Lindemann in an interview with rock magazine Kerrang!. "We can't help it if people don't like those boundaries being pushed."

Lyrics
Nearly all of Rammstein's songs are in German. However, the band has recorded English songs as well as cover of the song "Stripped" (Depeche Mode). In addition, the songs "Amerika", "Stirb nicht vor mir//Don't Die Before I Do," and "Pussy" contain lyrics in English. The song "Moskau" ("Moscow") contains a chorus in Russian. "Te quiero puta!" is entirely in Spanish. Oliver Riedel commented that, "German language suits heavy metal music. French might be the language of love, but German is the language of anger."[27] The lyrics of Rammstein and above all their utterance by singer Till Lindemann are an essential element of music and shape the perception by fans and a wider public. Among other things that are often very controversial, Rammstein also uses lyrics of classical German literature, e.g. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's famous poems Der Erlknig (1778) and Das Heidenrslein (1771) for the songs "Dalai Lama" and "Rosenrot", respectively.[28]

Vocalist Till Lindemann writes most of Rammstein lyrics.

Many of their songs are inspired by real life events. These songs include Rammstein (Ramstein airshow disaster), Mein Teil (The Meiwes Case), Zerstren (The Iraq War), Wiener Blut (Fritzl case), and Donaukinder (2000 Baia Mare cyanide spill). Wordplay is a fundamental component of Rammstein's lyrics. In many instances, the lyrics are phrased such that they can be interpreted in several ways. The song "Du hast", for example, is a play on German marriage vows (Willst

Rammstein Du, bis der Tod euch scheidet, treu ihr sein fr alle Tage? "Will you, until Death separates you, be faithful to her for the rest of your days?"). In the song, the traditional affirmative response, Ja ("Yes"), is replaced by its negation Nein ("No"). The final repetition of this line further perverts the meaning of the original vows through a minor change in the wording Willst Du, bis zum Tod der Scheide ... (Will you, until the Death of the vagina ...). The song starts, in fact, with a play on words: Du... Du hast... Du hast mich... meaning "You have me". This line is often mistaken for "You hate me", because in German, there is only a very subtle (if any) distinction (hast may be pronounced slightly softer than hasst) between the pronunciation of Du hasst which means "you hate" and Du hast which means "you have". The pun is later resolved as the line is completed; Du hast mich gefragt ("You [have] asked me"). Confusingly, the band did also make an English version of the song named "You Hate" which was not translated directly from "Du hast". While many arguments are made about "Du hast", it is known that Rammstein used this wording to mislead and create humour in the song, causing many non-native speakers of German to be confused.

Live performances
Rammstein has achieved particular fame for its hugely over-the-top stage show, using so many pyrotechnics that fans eventually coined the motto "Other bands play, Rammstein burns!" (a quip at Manowar's song "Kings of Metal", which states, "other bands play, Manowar kills"). After an accident in the Arena in Berlin where some burning decoration parts fell on the audience (27 September 1996)[29] the band used professionals to handle the pyrotechnics; Lindemann himself is now a licensed pyrotechnician who spends entire songs engulfed head-to-toe in flames. He has suffered multiple burns on his ears, hair and arms. The heat is so intense that on occasion, people have been carried out of Rammstein concerts suffering from heat exhaustion, and lighting gantries have been seen glowing red-hot from repeated fireball hits. The variety of the pyrotechnics can be seen in a recent concert playlist, which includes such items as "Lycopodium Masks", "Glitterburst Truss", "Pyrostrobes", "Comets", "Flash Trays" and "Mortar Hits". The band's costumes are equally outlandish. During the Reise, Reise tour, they wore Lederhosen, corsets and vague military uniforms with steel helmets, while during the Mutter tour the group kept to the themes of the album artwork and descended onto the stage from a giant uterus while wearing diapers.

Rammstein is known for their frequent use of pyrotechnics during live performances.

Since the Mutter-Tour, starting in 2001, Rammstein have worked with stage designer Roy Bennett, who helped the band in developing the look of the stages. With the Reise, Reise-Tour (2004/2005), the band began using a two-level stage, with half the band playing the lower level, as the other half was placed at the upper. At this tour, the upper level rose over 2 meters above the stage floor, and had an oval entrance, just beneath the drums. At both sides of the upper level, a special lift made it possible for the bandmembers to access both stage levels. On the LIFAD-Tour (starting 2009), the new stage still had a two-level design. This time however, the upper level only had about half the height as on the previous tour. Stage entrance was possible by a hydraulic ramp in the middle of the stage floor. At each end of the upper level, stairs are placed in order to gain access to both levels. This tour does not only include lots of pyrotechnics, but also a massive lighting show, for example the famous band logo-cross as big lamps and four enormous collapsible towers, forming the industrial backdrop of the set, capable of doing different lighting effects. According to Kruspe, the on-stage wackiness is entirely deliberate (Rammstein's motto according to Schneider is: "Do your own thing. And overdo it!"). The aim is to get people's attention and have fun at the same time: "You have to understand that 99 percent of the people don't understand the lyrics, so you have to come up with something to keep the drama in the show. We have to do something. We like to have a show; we like to play with fire. We do have

Rammstein a sense of humour. We do laugh about it; we have fun... but we're not Spinal Tap. We take the music and the lyrics seriously. It's a combination of humour, theater and our East German culture, you know?"[30] Their onstage antics have also led them to trouble. During their stint on the American Family Values Tour 1998, alongside acts such as rapper Ice Cube, Korn, Limp Bizkit and Orgy, the band was arrested for indecency. In one of the more infamous moments, Rammstein's vocalist, Till Lindemann engaged in simulated sodomy with the keyboardist, Christian 'Flake' Lorenz, during their performance of "Bck dich" in Worcester, Massachusetts. They were subsequently arrested and fined $25 and spent one night in jail.[31] [32] The band attempted to appeal the fine, and spent more in legal fees and court fees than the $25 fine.

Covers and adaptations


Rammstein's songs have been covered by a number of other artists, These include: "Engel" has been covered by several artists: The group Gregorian reworked it as a Gregorian chant for their album The Dark Side. German singer Hildegard Knef recorded a cover of the song. Belgian girls choir Scala & Kolacny Brothers recorded a very quiet, brooding version, contrary to the original. Chilean aggrotech/industrial metal band Vigilante covered it on their 2008 remix album.

An obscure Engel parody called Trffelschwein became available over the popular p2p networks of the 1990s. The song is often credited to be the work of one of two bands; Knorkator, or Urinstein, although no reliable source has been provided to support either claim. The song is generally thought to be from the album "Angepisst" by Urinstein. "Mein Herz brennt": German composer Torsten Rasch has composed a classical symphonic song-cycle entitled "Mein Herz brennt" ("My heart burns"), based on the music of Rammstein, produced by Sven Helbig for Deutsche Grammophon. "Seemann": by Apocalyptica & Nina Hagen. This cover impressed Rammstein so much that they took Apocalyptica as co-headliner on tour with them in Spring 2005, and invited the band on stage to perform "Ohne dich" ("Without you") and "Mein Herz brennt" ("My Heart burns") together. The "Benzin" single also featured a remix of the song, called "Kerosiini" by Apocalyptica. "Ohne dich": remixed (and new vocals added)[33] by Laibach "Weies Fleisch": by the German death metal band Debauchery, who covered the song for their Back In Blood album. "Rammstein": a parody by German radio DJ duo Kai & Baltzi renamed "Rindfleisch" aired on Delta Radio around 2001 and was later available as download. "Mein Teil": a bluegrass version appears as a bonus track on the band Hayseed Dixie's 2007 album Weapons of Grass Destruction. "Mein Teil": was also covered by the German jazz metal band Panzerballet on their album Hat Genossen von Abba Zappa as well as by the Pakistani Industrial Metal band Black Warrant in one of their early albums. "Ein Lied": German pop singer Nena (author of "99 Luftballons" ("99 Air Balloons")) covered the song on her covers-album Cover Me. A Norwegian tribute band called Rammsund plays Rammstein's songs with lyrics translated into New Norwegian. "Du Hast": is also played by the Turkish band maNga (band) and the Industrial Metal band named Black Warrant originating from Pakistan.

Rammstein have also done covers themselves, including "Stripped" by Depeche Mode and "Das Model" by Kraftwerk. Till Lindemann appears as a guest singer on the Apocalyptica album Worlds Collide. They took on David Bowie's song "Heroes", which was also released in German as "Helden". Lindemann sings the German version, making his song the only German-language song on Worlds Collide.[34]

Rammstein Rammstein singles traditionally also have a great quantity of remixes, particularly from Clawfinger.

Controversies
Imagery
The New York Times described Rammstein's music as a "powerful strain of brutally intense rock... bringing gale-force music and spectacular theatrics together".[35] The members have not been shy about courting controversy and have periodically attracted condemnation from morality campaigners. Till and Flake's stage act earned them a night in jail in June 1999 after a liquid-ejecting dildo was used in a concert in Worcester, Massachusetts. Back home in Germany, the band has faced repeated accusations of fascist sympathies because of the dark and sometimes militaristic imagery of their videos and concerts, including the use of excerpts from the film Olympia by Leni Riefenstahl in the video for the Depeche Mode cover "Stripped". Their The original Herzeleid album cover. cover of their debut album Herzeleid, released in Germany in 1995, showed the band members bare-chested in a style that resembled Strength Through Joy in the eyes of some critics, who accused the band of trying to sell themselves as "poster boys for the Master Race".[36] Rammstein have vigorously denied this and said that they want nothing to do with politics or supremacy of any kind. Christian "Flake" Lorenz, annoyed by the claim, has remarked that it is just a photo, and should be understood as such. Herzeleid has since been given a different cover in North America, depicting the band members' faces. The clip for the song Amerika shows people from different nationalities throughout the video and Rammstein members taking photographs with them at the end of the clip. The song "Links 2-3-4" (Links being German for "left") was written as a riposte to these claims. According to Kruspe, it means, "'My heart beats on the left, two, three, four'. It's simple. If you want to put us in a political category, we're on the left side, and that's the reason we made the song".[37] On the other hand, this is also an allusion to a military marching cadence since "Links-2-3-4" is typically heard during marching practice in the German army with "links" referring to the left foot. The song is also a reference to the saying "the heart beats left", repeatedly used by Oskar Lafontaine, a famous former member of the SPD (Social Democratic Party of Germany), who was the co-chairman of the Left Party (Die Linke), and almost the title of a book written by him (the title is Das Herz schlgt links instead of Mein Herz schlgt links "The heart beats left" instead of "My Heart beats left").[38] [39] According to the German online music magazine[40] Rammstein, through this song, positioned themselves on the side of Oskar Lafontaine. They write:[41] Rammstein binden den Lafontaine-Spruch "Mein Herz schlgt links" in ihren Text ein und zitieren eine Zeile aus einem alten Hannes Wader-Arbeitersong ("Links, zwo, drei, vier; links, zwo, drei, vier; wo dein Platz Genosse ist, reih Dich ein in die Arbeitereinheitsfront, wenn Du auch ein Arbeiter bist"). (Rammstein embed the Lafontaine saying My heart beats left into their lyric and cite a line of an old Hannes Wader workers' song ("Left, 2, 3, 4; left 2, 3, 4; where your place is comrade, line up into the Workers' United Front, if you are a worker").) Christian "Flake" Lorenz recently stated in an online chat that the song was created to show that the band could write a harsh, evil, military-sounding song without being Nazis.[42]

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Videos
In October 2004, the video for "Mein Teil" ("My part") caused considerable controversy in Germany when it was released. It takes a darkly comic view of the Armin Meiwes cannibalism case, showing a cross dressed Schneider holding the other five band members on a leash and rolling around in mud. The controversy did nothing to stop the single rising to No. 2 in the German charts. Meiwes (who was convicted of manslaughter in 2004, then retried in 2006 and found guilty of murder)[43] brought suit in January 2006 against the band for infringement of rights to the story. The band's own views of its image are sanguine: "We like being on the fringes of bad taste", according to Paul H. Landers, while Christian "Flake" Lorenz comments "The controversy is fun, like stealing forbidden fruit. But it serves a purpose. We like audiences to grapple with our music, and people have become more receptive".[44] The video for "Mann gegen Mann" ("Man against Man") from their fifth studio album Rosenrot may have caused some controversy, as most of the band members are naked in the video. The lead singer Till Lindemann is wearing what can best be described as "latex underwear". In addition, there are multiple naked men in the video, with clearly visible buttocks, though genitalia could be seen at 32 seconds into the video on Christian "Flake" Lorenz through the arm of the guitarist (Richard Z. Kruspe) and below the keyboard. The video has been played uncensored on MTV in Europe. The video has been rated FSK 16 in Germany and therefore can be played on television only after 10 PM. It is the second Rammstein video after "Stripped" which includes nudity. The video for "Pussy" was released September 2009. It features graphic scenes of nudity along with women engaging in sexual activity with body doubles of the band members. It is the third Rammstein video to include nudity.[45]

Placement on the Index


On November 5, 2009 their sixth studio album, Liebe ist fr alle da was placed on the Index of the Bundesprfstelle fr jugendgefhrdende Medien or BPjM (Federal Department for Media Harmful to Young Persons), making it illegal in Germany to make the album accessible to minors or display it where it can be seen by people underage, effectively banning it from stores.[46] [47] According to the official statement of the BPjM, the depiction of lead guitarist Richard Kruspe holding a chubby woman wearing only a mask over his knee and lifting his hand to strike her behind has given cause for offense, as well as the lyrics to "Ich tu dir weh" which supposedly assist to spread dangerous BDSM techniques. Furthermore, the advisory board has taken into consideration the alleged promotion of unprotected sexual intercourse in the lyrics to "Pussy". The band, as well as several members of the German press, reacted with astonishment to the decision. Keyboardist Christian Lorenz expressed surprise at the advisory board's "parochial sense of art" and regretted their apparent inability to detect irony.[48] [49] On November 16, 2009 a stripped down version of Liebe ist fr alle da was released. As of May 31, 2010, the administrative court in Cologne has decided to waive the suspensive effect of the inclusion into the Index (case 22 L 1899/09). The German department deleted the record from the Index on June 1 (Decision No. A 117/10).[23] On June 9, the band announced in their official website that the original version of the album was already available at their shop and that a release of the single Ich tu dir weh in Germany was planned in a short period of time.

Purported legal action against Apocalyptica


In early 2010, a rumor stated that Rammstein won a settlement against symphonic cello metal band Apocalyptica for copyright infringement for the sum of 45,000. However, this information proved to be missing the point. Rammstein settled out of court against Apocalyptica's former record label Sony Music Entertainment GmbH as the successor of the by now defunct affiliated label Gun Records for using Rammstein's label in marketing their (Apocalyptica's) 2007 album Worlds Collide (which featured a duet with singer Lindemann).[50] [51]

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Band members
Till Lindemann lead vocals Richard Z. Kruspe Lead guitar, backing vocals Paul H. Landers guitar, backing vocals Oliver "Ollie" Riedel bass guitar Christoph "Doom" Schneider drums, percussion Christian "Flake" Lorenz keyboards, samples

Discography
Studio albums Herzeleid (1995) Sehnsucht (1997) Mutter (2001) Reise, Reise (2004) Rosenrot (2005) Liebe ist fr alle da (2009)

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Further reading
Barry Graves, Siegfried Schmidt-Joos, Bernward Halbscheffel: Das neue Rock-Lexikon. Bd 1. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg 1998. ISBN 3-499-16352-7 Barry Graves, Siegfried Schmidt-Joos, Bernward Halbscheffel: Das neue Rock-Lexikon. Bd 2. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg 1998. ISBN 3-499-16353-5 Rammstein: Rammstein Liederbuch. Hal Leonard Corporation, London 1999. ISBN 0-7119-7220-6 Martina Lke: Modern Classics: Reflections on Rammstein in the German Class. In: Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German 41:1 (Spring 2008): 15-23. Wolf-Rdiger Mhlmann: Letzte Ausfahrt Germania. Ein Phnomen namens neue deutsche Hrte. I.P. Verlag, Berlin 1999, ISBN 3-931624-12-9 Gert Hof: Rammstein. Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin 2001, ISBN 3-931126-32-3 Matthias Matthies: Rammstein Deutschlandtour 2001. Berlin 2002. Andreas Speit: sthetische Mobilmachung Dark Wave, Neofolk und Industrial im Spannungsfeld rechter Ideologien., Unrast 2001. ISBN 3-89771-804-9 Michele Bettendorf: Ursprung Punkszene. Oder Rammstein htte es im Westen nie gegeben. Books on Demand GmbH, 2002. ISBN 3-8311-4493-1 Till Lindemann und Gert Hof: Messer. Eichborn, Frankfurt M 2002. ISBN 3-8218-0730-X Ronald Galenza, Heinz Havemeister: Mix mir einen Drink. Feeling B. Schwarzkopf&Schwarzkopf, Berlin 2002. ISBN 3-89602-418-3 Michael Fuchs-Gambck und Thorsten Schatz: Spiel mit dem Feuer Das inoffizielle Rammstein-Buch. Heel, Knigswinter 2006. ISBN 3-89880-661-8 Frdric Batier: Rammstein Vlkerball. 2006. ISBN 3-8291-1869-4

External links
Official website (http://http://www.rammstein.de/en/) Rammstein (http://twitter.com/RSprachrohr) on Twitter Rammstein (http://www.facebook.com/Rammstein) on Facebook Rammstein (http://www.myspace.com/rammstein) on Myspace Rammstein (http://last.fm/music/rammstein) at Last.fm Rammstein (http://www.youtube.com/user/rammsteintheband) channel on YouTube

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Till Lindemann
Till Lindemann

Lindemann in 2010 Background information Born January 4, 1963 Leipzig, Saxony, East Germany East Berlin, East Germany Neue Deutsche Hrte, industrial metal,heavy metal Musician, Pyrotechnician, Actor, Poet vocals, drums 1985present Motor Music, Republic, Slash, Universal Music Group

Origin Genres Occupations Instruments Years active Labels

Associated acts Rammstein, First Arsch, Feeling B, Apocalyptica

Till Lindemann (born 4 January 1963) is a German musician, actor and poet who is the frontman for the German Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein.

Biography
Till Lindemann was born in Leipzig, East Germany, but he grew up in the village of Wendisch-Rambow near Schwerin (in East Germany). His father is Werner Lindemann and his mother, Brigitte "Gitta" Hildegard Lindemann, was a journalist and writer until she retired. Lindemann has one sister who is six years younger. At age 11 he went to a sports school at the Rostock Sport Club, and from 1977 to 1980 attended a boarding school. His parents divorced in 1975. In 1978 Lindemann was a participant in the European Junior Swimming Championships in Florence, Was shortlisted to go to 1980 Olympics in Moscow but discontinued the sport soon after. According to Lindemann, "I never liked the sport school actually, it was very intense. But as a child you don't object." Lindemann later worked as an apprentice carpenter, a gallery technician, a peat cutter and a basket weaver. In 1981, he apparently refused to do his eighteen months of compulsory military service and was almost imprisoned as a result for cowardice. In 1985, Lindemann's first daughter Nele, was born. Lindemann and Nele's mother married after she was born, but they separated and he has raised Nele alone. Lindemann says, "I used to play drums in a punk band and we had our studio in the house where I lived. Seven years I had been a father raising my daughter, but nowadays I'm sharing the

Till Lindemann upbringing with her mother, because I'm gone for six months of the year with the band." Lindemann has a second daughter, Marie Louise, with Anja Kseling. An interview with Richard Kruspe revealed that Till has at least four children.

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Career
Lindemann started to play drums for First Arsch, who released an album titled Saddle Up, and played one song ("Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend") with a punk band called Feeling B (which was the former band of Rammstein members Paul H. Landers and Christian "Flake" Lorenz). In the 1990s, Lindemann began to write lyrics. In 1994, the trio entered and won a contest in Berlin that allowed them to record a four track demo professionally. Lindemann moved to Berlin. In November 2002 Lindemann's poetry book Messer was published. It consists of 54 poems compiled by Gert Hof, who is author of the book Rammstein and has been the band's pyrodesigner for the last seven years.[1]

Stage persona

Till at a Rammstein show during the song "Rammstein" wielding two flamethrower gauntlets

Lindemann has a powerful on-stage presence and a resonant bass voice. One of his signature mannerisms is to partially squat and pound his fist onto his thigh to the beat of the riff; this move is known to Rammstein fans as the "Till-Hammer". His vocals are easily recognizable due to his tendency to roll (all) his Rs, and growl his achs. Another attribute seen is his originality in his performances, such as setting himself on fire in the video for "Rammstein" and his questionably obscene antics in the '98 Family Values Tour when he performed "Bck Dich". Lindemann is also a qualified pyrotechnician; after an accident at the Treptow arena in Berlin on 27 September 1996, where a burning stage prop fell into the audience, Rammstein began employing a professional pyrotechnical crew and Lindemann has learned from and also trained with them. Of Lindemann, band mate Christoph Schneider says, "Till gets burned all the time, but he likes the pain". He has also engaged in other masochistic acts on stage. During performances of 'Sehnsucht', Lindemann bludgeons his head with a microphone, hereby bursting a concealed packet of blood which drips and splashes down his head and during performances of Bestrafe Mich (Punish Me), he hits himself with a Cat o' nine tails (Lindemann's version, however, isnt as dangerous). Both of these can be seen on the Live aus Berlin DVD.[2]

As guest artist
Lindemann appeared as guest drummer on the album Hea Hoa Hoa Hea Hea Hoa by Feeling B for the song Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend, which is in the Russian language. Years later this track was performed live at a Rammstein gig in St. Petersburg on the 19th November 2001 during the Mutter-tour. Lindemann provides vocals for the track Helden (a cover of Bowie's Heroes) on the Apocalyptica album Worlds Collide. Lindemann also sings on "Wut Will Nicht Sterben" by Die Puhdys. Till Lindemann & Richard Kruspe covered the Aria song Shtil and released it as Schtiel.

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Filmography
1997: Lost Highway 1999: Pola X 2002: xXx appears with Rammstein playing the song "Feuer frei!". 2003: Amundsen, der Pinguin 2004: Vinzent

Quotes
Music sometimes gives me a quantity of creativeness - you're drinking another glass of wine and you're feeling even worse. Art doesn't work without pain; art also exists for compensating pain. When I was an adolescent, I was obsessed with having many commercial things, cars, clothes, stupid things. Now that I have all that, I understand that the superfluous things can turn you into a very stupid idiot-type. In East Germany there were very few things, Till Lindemann but there was also a feeling of solidarity that no longer exists. Now we are up to the neck in consumption, the ego, the individualism. Now before friendship, it is merchandise. The rolling "R" didn't arise deliberately. It originated from itself because in that deep pitch you automatically sing that way. I'm no musician in the actual meaning. I don't know anything about instruments. But I'm supporting our music with my voice and lyrics well. It's a question of illustration, timbre and phonetics. We don't want to - for heaven's sake - create a fascist-like style. Love is like a flower; even the most beautiful kind dies.

References
[1] Eichborn Internet - Autoren in Presseseite: Till Lindemann (http:/ / www. eichborn-verlag. de/ s2/ default. asp?id=25& autornr=8802) [2] Peisner, David (February 2007). "Rock Stars Who've Caught Fire Onstage!" (http:/ / www. blender. com/ guide/ articles. aspx?ID=2534& src=blender_ed). Blender Magazine Online. . Retrieved 2007-02-27.

External links
Till Lindemann (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0511570/) at the Internet Movie Database

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Christoph Schneider
Christoph Schneider

Background information Birth name Born Genres Occupations Instruments Years active Labels Christoph Schneider May 11, 1966 East Berlin, East Germany Neue Deutsche Hrte Musician Drums, trumpet 1990present Motor Music Republic Slash Universal Music Group

Associated acts Rammstein, Die Firma (GDR Band), Feeling B

Christoph "Doom" Schneider (born 11 May 1966) is a German musician. He is the drummer of the German Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein.

Biography
Early life
Schneider was born in 1966 in Pankow, East Berlin, East Germany. He has one sister, who is two years younger than he. Schneider left high school at age 16 and went on to work as a telecommunications assistant. In 1984, he served his national service with the East German Army; He is the only member of Rammstein to have served in the military.[1]

Career
Schneider's parents wanted him to learn an instrument, so they sent him to a special school connected to a pioneering Socialist orchestra, where he was offered the choice between trumpet, clarinet and trombone, out of which he chose the first because it was the easiest to play. He describes himself as very talented at playing the trumpet, and after a year he got into the orchestra and played concerts. It was here he became interested in playing the drums: he was impressed by the equipment and kept looking over his shoulder at the drumset while playing. He told his parents he wanted to learn to play the drums, but they weren't supportive of the idea because "they were both from the classical world". He would go home and practice with sticks and built his own drum set with tin cans and buckets. He bought

Christoph Schneider his first drumkit at age 14, after which his parents had to accept it and let him rehearse and take lessons.[2] In 1985, Schneider quit his telecommunication job to pursue his musical ambitions by studying music at university, but failed to get into university twice,[1] being rejected because he possessed no other musical skills such as playing the piano. He continued to learn to play himself.[2] Schneider tried consistently from 1985 until 1990 to get into bands as a drummer, finally being successful with Die Firma. In 1994, he joined Richard Kruspe and Oliver Riedel in forming an early version of Rammstein. After Till Lindemann joined the band, they entered the Berlin Senate Metrobeat contest, winning the chance to record a professional demo with four tracks.[3] A previous band of Schneider's, Feeling B, provided two other members of Rammstein, Paul Landers and keyboardist Christian Lorenz. He currently endorses Sabian cymbals and Sonor drumkits.

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Personal life
Schneider values his privacy, so little is known about his private life. He married Regina Gizatulina from Russia. The nickname "Doom" comes from the video game of the same name. Schneider needed a name for the German copyright agency, but found there were too many Christoph Schneiders already. Paul Landers suggested the name "Doom" because they liked the game. Schneider has said that if he knew that name would be on every record he played on he would have chosen a different one.[2] Schneider has also claimed in an interview he was influenced by the drummer of AC/DC, Phil Rudd. His favourite rock bands are Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Motrhead and AC/DC.[2]

References
[1] Rammstein biography (http:/ / rammimages. com/ who. html#Christoph 'Doom' Schneider) [2] 2010 interview with Metal Hammer [3] Rammstein Images (http:/ / rammimages. com/ who. html)

External links
Rammstein.com (http://www.rammstein.com/) ABC album review (http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/review/album/s1225288.htm) Rammstein-Interviews.com (http://www.rammstein-interviews.com/)

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Richard Z. Kruspe
Richard Zven Kruspe

Kruspe in 2010 Background information Birth name Also known as Born Origin Genres Occupations Instruments Years active Richard Zven Kruspe Richard Kruspe-Bernstein June 24, 1967 Wittenberge, East Germany Wittenberge, Germany Neue Deutsche Hrte, industrial rock, industrial metal, alternative metal Musician Guitar, bass guitar, vocals 1991present

Associated acts Rammstein Emigrate Orgasm Death Gimmicks First Arsch Notable instruments ESP RZK Series Various ESP Electric Guitars Takamine EF341SC Acoustic Guitar

Richard Zven Kruspe (born 24 June 1967) is a German musician and the lead guitarist of the German industrial metal band Rammstein, as well as the leader of the band Emigrate. He also used to be named "Bernstein", after his South African ex-wife Caron Bernstein. They were together for five years until separating in 2004, filed for divorce, which was finalized in 2006, after which his name reverted to Kruspe.

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Personal life
On 10 October 1989, before the fall of the Berlin Wall, he was riding through the subway. When he came above ground, he found himself in the middle of a political demonstration. He was hit on the head and arrested just for being there, and thrown in jail for six days. Once out of jail, he decided to leave East Germany. Because of the Eastern Bloc, he entered West Germany through Hungary. When the Berlin Wall came down, he moved back east. Rammstein was formed back in the 1990s. Richard who currently lived with Oliver and Schneider at the time, was looking for a new band in which to create a new line of music.* He had left his first band, 'Orgasmic Death Gimmick' in search of new band mates. Kruspe married South African (American) actress Caron Bernstein in 1999. The ceremony was Jewish and Kruspe composed the music for it. He took on the name Richard Kruspe-Bernstein during their marriage. Sometime in 2001 he moved from Berlin to New York where he resided to live closer to his now ex-wife Caron. They separated in 2004. His name is now back to its original "Kruspe" as the divorce was finalized. He speaks fluent English and sings in English for Emigrate.

Khira Li Lindemann
Born on 28 February 1991, Khira Li Lindemann-Kruspe is the daughter of Rammstein's Richard Z. Kruspe. She has the last name of "Lindemann" because her mother was previously married to Rammstein lead singer Till Lindemann. Khira's mother kept the last name "Lindemann" when she divorced Till and later, she and Rammstein guitarist Richard Kruspe got together and had Khira but never married and later split. This gave Khira the last name of "Lindemann". In 1998, Khira Li appeared in Rammstein's "Tier" performance in Live Aus Berlin. She also sang the backing vocals for "Spieluhr" on Rammstein's 2001 album Mutter.

Merlin Besson
Born on 10 December 1992, Merlin Besson is the son of Richard Z. Kruspe.

Equipment
The dates show when Richard used his equipment (and studio dates) during his Rammstein Tours, in exception to the ESP Emigrate Eclipse. Guitars [1] Richard's main instruments for touring are ESP guitars, but has used different guitars in the past. ESP RZK-1 Richard Kruspe Signature Electric Guitar. (Titanium, Olympic White, Satin Black, and custom "Burnt" finish) Dropped C tuning during the Reise Reise tour, Standard, Dropped D, and Dropped C tuning for the Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da tour (20042005, 20082010) Richard also has another RZK model that has a custom paint job for the video of Ich Tu Dir Weh. This guitar also was also featured in the LIFAD 2009-2010 tour. ESP/LTD RZK-600 The LTD version of the RZK-1. Richard possibly does not use this one, but it is a more affordable model of the RZK-1. ESP RZK-2 (20092010) Titanium and custom "Burnt" finish. Seen in the music video for Pussy, Based on the ESP RZK-1, with an USA Eclipse body, and 24.75inch neck, (Dropped C tuning and Standard E tuning) ESP KH-2 Kirk Hammett Signature Electric Guitar (Black, Standard and Dropped D tuning) (19972000) ESP KH-2 Kirk Hammett Signature Electric Guitar With KH-4 pick guard customization (Black with Pearl Pickguard [also a model with a mirror pickguard] Dropped C tuning before using the RZK-1, Standard, Dropped D) (20012005) ESP EC-1000 Electric Guitar (See-thru Black Cherry, Dropped D) (20012002, 20042005)

Richard Z. Kruspe ESP Custom Emigrate Eclipse Electric Guitar (2007, Dropped C) (Can be seen in the music video for My World, Possibly a modded ESP Truckster) ESP Eclipse CTM1 Electric Guitar (Vintage Black, Dropped C) (20042005) ESP Custom Maverick Guitar (Silver with Pearl Pickguard, Dropped D) (2002, 20042005) ESP 901 (Red Sunburst and Tobacco Sunbust) (1994 - 1998 [Cherry Sunburst] Standard/Dropped D) (1997 [Tobacco Sunburst] Standard) ESP AW-500 Kozi Signature Electric Guitar [2] (2002, Dropped D) Fender Stratocaster (Tobacco Sunburst) (1996, Standard) Takamine EF341SC Acoustic Guitar (20042005, Dropped C) Gibson J-200 (20092010), Standard D) Gretsch White Falcon Used for cleans on Emigrate Amplifiers/Effects/Misc Most of the rackmounted units and pedals he uses are not listed Rath-Amp Amplifiers (Before 1995/1996) Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier Heads (With Voodoo Amps mods) (1995/1996{?}- 2005, 20082010) <Note> He owns 5 Modified Rectifier Heads. Earliest known footage of him using Mesa/Boogie Equipment is during a Rammstein performance at the 1996 Bizarre Festival [3], where a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 4x12 speaker cabinet can be seen behind him, on top of a Marshall 4x12 speaker cabinet. He also owns 2 Pre-500 blackface Dual Rectifiers, which are used for recording purposes. Marshall And Mesa/Boogie 4x12 Cabinets. Can be seen using a wall of Mesa Boogie 4x12 Cabinets on the music video for Pussy. Soldano Decatone head (??? - ???) Soldano Avenger 100 Head. (??? - ???) Unknown Marshall head. (??? - ???) TC Electronic Nova Delay [4] Digitech Whammy(?) (Can be heard in the tracks Stein Um Stein, Zerstren and Liebe ist fr alle da, possibly also provides the detune from Drop D to Drop C during live performances of Rammlied.) Roland JC-120 Combo (??? - 2008) (Used in the studio.) Dunlop Crybaby DCR-2SR Rack Wah with DCR-1FC foot controller Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1 [1] SIT Richard Z Kruspe Signature Strings [5]

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References
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] http:/ / en. rammstein-europe. com/ rammstein-equipment/ richard-kruspe/ http:/ / www. espguitars. co. jp/ artist/ kozi/ index. html http:/ / www. youtube. com/ watch?v=jVhNAkDhKnM http:/ / www. tcelectronic. com/ novadelay http:/ / sitstrings. com/ strings/ electric/ Richard_Z_Kruspe_SS

External links
Richard Kruspe (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0472898/) at the Internet Movie Database Emigrate (http://emigrate.rammimages.com/) @ RammImages.com (English) Rammstein Official Website (http://www.rammstein.com/) (German) Rammstein Official Website (http://www.rammstein.de/) (English) Emigrate Official Website (http://www.emigrate.eu/?lang=en)

(German) Emigrate Official Website (http://www.emigrate.eu/) (Turkish) Turkey Fun Website (http://rammsteintr.com/)

Oliver Riedel

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Oliver Riedel
Ollie Riedel

Riedel during a performance with Rammstein Background information Birth name Born Origin Genres Occupations Instruments Years active Labels Oliver Riedel April 11, 1971 Schwerin, East Germany Berlin, Germany Neue Deutsche Hrte Musician Bass guitar, Acoustic Guitar 1990present Motor Music Republic Slash Universal Music Group

Associated acts Rammstein, The Inchtabokatables Notable instruments Sandberg Basses

Oliver "Ollie" Riedel (born 11 April 1971) is a German musician, notable for being the bassist for the German Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein.

Biography
Early years
Riedel was born on 11 April 1971 in Schwerin as an only child. Growing up, Oliver had relatively good relationships with both of his parents. He attributes this to the small gap in between their ages. As a child, Oliver wasn't a good student, but he made his way through school with the assistance of his mother. Oliver was quite shy, especially during his teenage years, and while his friends partied at discos, he would often be found just "hanging around".

Musical career
In 1990, at the age of nineteen, Oliver began playing in a folk-fiddle/punk-rock band called The Inchtabokatables. In 1994, Riedel, Till Lindemann, Richard Z. Kruspe, and Christoph "Doom" Schneider entered and won the Berlin Senate Metro beat contest that allowed them to record a four track demo professionally. Paul H. Landers and

Oliver Riedel Christian "Flake" Lorenz would later join the band they named Rammstein. The six released their first album, Herzeleid (Heartache) in September, 1995. Their second album, Sehnsucht (Longing) was released in 1997, which would later become platinum. In April 2001, the album Mutter (Mother) was released and a European tour followed, ending on 13 July 2002. It has been reported that at this time the members of Rammstein were seriously discussing whether to continue or not in their present form. It was decided that they should all take some time off and then reconsider whether to continue. In 2003, Rammstein started work on the fourth album, which was to prove a turning point in Rammstein's sound and maturity. September 2004 saw the fruits of this work in the release of Reise, Reise ("Arise, Arise"). In 2005, Rosenrot (Rose Red) was released. Rammstein's latest album Liebe ist fr alle da (Love Is There For Everyone) was released in October, 2009.

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Personal life
He has two children, one of them a girl named Emma, and is separated from her mother. He likes photography and sports, especially skateboarding and surfing. In the making of the video for "Keine Lust," he mentions wanting to go snowboarding while wearing a fat suit. It has been said he is the most computer-literate member of the band. His character is more mature and subtle during live performances. He tends to keep crew cut and skin-bald hair styles along with some styles of goatees. He is also the tallest member of the band, standing at 2.01 m (6'7").

Technique
Riedel is primarily a fingerstyle player, although he also uses a pick for most songs when playing live. In certain softer songs, Ollie has been known to play with a banjo style plucking technique with his right hand to play arpeggiated chords, such as in Seemann. He also plays the acoustic guitar introduction to "Frhling in Paris" in live shows.

Gear
His known gear is: Sandberg California PM Sandberg Terrabass signature model MusicMan Stingray (used during the early days of the band) ESP Eclipse bass (used during the Sehnsucht tour) Sandberg Plasmabass 4-string custom built model Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver DI Glockenklang Heart-Rock Amp Two 8x10 Cabs

Oliver also uses selected overdrive/ fuzz pedals for songs such as Mein Teil and Rosenrot.

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Quotes and interview


On the separation rumours "We never wanted to, but after Mutter we had some difficult times because the third album is the most difficult one and we had a lot of pressure on us. We also had our differences between the group members and everyone's expectations were different. We took a year to rest, and after that we realized that we wanted to be together and to go on." On his early family life Interviewer: Did you have a lot of problems with your parents? Ollie: Not a lot at all. My parents are quite young, which is good. Because the age difference isn't that big, we had it good with each other. My father and mother also liked the same music as me. We were almost more like friends than family. Interviewer: But of course you did tease your brothers and sisters... Ollie: No, because I don't have any, too bad. But if I would have had them, I would definitely have teased them!

External links
Interview with Oliver [1] from the Dutch magazine Break-Out.

References
[1] http:/ / www. rammsteinniccage. com/ media/ interviews/ breakoutjun02en. html

Paul Landers

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Paul Landers
Paul Landers

Background information Birth name Born Genres Occupations Instruments Years active Labels Heiko Paul Hiersche 9 December 1964 Berlin, Germany Neue Deutsche Hrte Musician Guitar 1983present Motor Music Republic Slash Universal Music Group

Associated acts Rammstein, Feeling B, First Arsch, Die Firma, Die Magdalene Keibel Combo Notable instruments Music Man EVH Music Man Axis ESP Paul Landers Eclipse Gibson Les Paul

Paul H. Landers (born 9 December 1964) is a German musician, notable as a guitarist for the Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein.

Biography
Early life
Paul Landers was born in Berlin, Germany to a Russian mother. His real name was Heiko Hiersche, which he hated. He lived in Moscow for a short time as a young child. Landers speaks fluent Russian but he can't read or write it. He moved out of his parents' house at the age of 16 due to fights with his stepfather and subsequently switched his first names, also in honor of his biological father. He soon left out Heiko, making his name Paul Hiersche.

Music career
In 1983, Landers formed the East German punk band, Feeling B, together with Flake Lorenz and Aljoscha Rompe, in which Christoph Schneider would later also play. In 1986, Landers formed First Arsch with Till Lindemann and Richard Kruspe. He also played in a number of other bands including Die Firma and Die Magdalene Keibel Combo.

Paul Landers Lindemann, Kruspe, Schneider and bassist Oliver "Ollie" Riedel entered and won the Berlin Senate Metro Beat Contest in 1994 that enabled them to have a four-track demo professionally recorded. Landers and Flake soon followed suit to join the band which became known as Rammstein. Oddly, he has stated that he does not like rock, but "with Rammstein it seems to work".

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Personal life
When he married Nikki Landers in 1984 (at the age of 20), he took his wife's surname, thus making his name Paul Landers. Landers and Nikki had a son, Emil. They later divorced in 1987, but he kept her last name. He also has a second child, a daughter, whose name and date of birth are unknown. After his divorce with Nikki Landers, he lived with his Feeling B band mate Christian "Flake" Lorenz for a number of years. Paul has since had a daughter and remarried. He is also the shortest member of the band, standing at 1.71m.[1]

Equipment
[2] [3]

Guitars All guitars have EMG 81/60 pickups, unless noted Custom Gibson Les Paul Black with white binding; has 2 EMG pickups and one volume knob. Used in Dropped C and D tunings. First used during the Liebe Ist fur Alle Da tour. (20092011, this will soon made into a Signature instrument and will be available for retail) Gibson Les Paul Studio All black with EMG pickups. Used in dropped C tuning, but used in Standard tuning for performing "Rammstein". Only used during the Reise, Reise tour. (20042005, Black). Music Man Van Halen signature Axis Orange w/ Quilted maple top, Silver, Silver/Black Pickguard, Maroon w/ Black pickguard, Black w/ White pickguard; Had stock DiMarzio pickups, but later changed for EMG pickups in 2004. Used in Dropped D and Standard tuning. This was his main guitar since the beginning of Rammstein, but was used less often during the Reise, Reise tour, and then completely phased out of his guitar rotation during the Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da Tour.(19942005) ESP Eclipse I CTM Paul Landers Signature Satin black with Silver binding, and a recently released version in Satin silver with Black binding, has EMG Pickups. Used in Standard tuning. First used on tour during the Liebe Ist fur Alle Da tour. (20092010) Sandberg Custom Plasma Guitar Clear acrylic guitar with unknown pickups (Possibly custom Sandberg pickups) and white LEDs inside of the body. This guitar was only used a few times during the Mutter tour for the song Zwitter, and he hasn't played it since. He can be seen using it on a bootleg DVD which contains a performance in Hamburg during the 2001 Mutter tour.[4] Amps Bogner Uberschall [5] [6] Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1 Mesa/Boogie Strategy 500 Power Amp Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Engl Powerball Amplifier [7] Rath-Amp Amplification

Misc Marshall Amplification 4x12 Cabinets Mesa Boogie 4x12 Cabinets

Paul Landers Engl 4x12 Cabinets Native Instruments Guitar Rig

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References
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] http:/ / en. affenknecht. com/ rammstein-members/ paul-landers/ http:/ / affenknecht. com/ equipment. php?sekce=paul-landers& l=en http:/ / www. bmusic. com. au/ prod4487. htm http:/ / www. youtube. com/ watch?v=ZeMS9-fwgtE http:/ / www. youtube. com/ watch?v=hgriLvd5_7c http:/ / www. bogneramplification. com/ customshop/ ArtistInfo. php http:/ / www. youtube. com/ watch?v=KrV2YpRZXRs

External links
Rammstein.com (http://www.rammstein.com/) - Official site (English) Rammstein.de (http://www.rammstein.de/) - Official site (German) Info on "Feeling B" (http://www.ostmusik.de/feeling_b.htm) "Feeling B" (http://www.achtung-wir-kommen.de/index_e.htm) - Look out! We're coming to get you! Rammstein-Interviews.com (http://www.rammstein-interviews.com/)

Christian Lorenz

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Christian Lorenz
Flake Lorenz

Lorenz on Stage Background information Birth name Also known as Born Christian Lorenz Doktor Lorenz, Flake November 16, 1966 Berlin, Germany Neue Deutsche Hrte Musician Keyboards 1983present Motor Music Republic Slash Universal Music Group

Genres Occupations Instruments Years active Labels

Associated acts Rammstein, Feeling B, Die Magdalene Keibel Kombo

Christian "Flake" Lorenz (born 16 November 1966, sometimes called "Doktor Lorenz") is a German musician, notable as the keyboardist for the Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein. He is also known for his role in the band Feeling B.

Biography
Early years
Lorenz has a brother who is four years older. He was brought up and still lives in the former Prenzlauer Berg area of Berlin (now a part of the borough of Pankow), where he still passes his old school building on the way to band rehearsals. Lorenz is known to be an educated pianist. Flake says he chose to play the piano because a childhood friend of his played from the age of three. His parents sent him to a music school. Flake "began by painting the keys on a window ledge" and "practiced one-half year on the window ledge". His parents bought him a piano for one hundred East German marks for his 15th birthday. Flake became "addicted" to rock and roll as a boy. He stopped his lessons in order to play with his father's jazz records. "When I joined my first band," Flake has said, "I noticed that I couldn't play modern music. I still can't!" At the age of sixteen, he apprenticed as a toolmaker, an apparently short-lived career.

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Feeling B
In 1983, at age sixteen, he began to play in the band Feeling B with Paul H. Landers and Aljoscha Rompe, a Swiss living in East Berlin. He stayed with the band for about ten years. Feeling B started out firmly grounded in the underground punk scene. Over time, Feeling B's popularity grew greatly and at the end of the German Democratic Republic, it was one of the most respected and influential Eastern German bands despite their underground status. Flake squatted/lived in an apartment with Paul during their early years. When they weren't playing gigs, Landers and Flake would sell jackets made from cut-up bed sheets and dusters on the black market. Two jackets a month meant as much money as an average salaried worker. "It was quite easy to make a living; not to work and stay out of trouble," says Landers, "You only got problems if you were caught." The group disbanded in the mid-1990s. On special occasions, the band members would get together for individual concerts at punk festivals, until Rompe died in November 2000 of an asthma attack. There is a book available about Feeling B.[1] [2]

Rammstein
In 1994, Till Lindemann, Richard Z. Kruspe, Oliver "Olli" Riedel and Christoph "Doom" Schneider entered and won the Berlin Senate Metro beat contest that allowed them to professionally record a four track demo. Paul H. Landers formally joined the band, then finally Flake. He was initially reluctant to join his five bandmates and had to be pestered into becoming a member of Rammstein, as he thought they would be too boring. Eventually, he agreed to join, and the group began work their first album, Herzeleid (Heartache). In the band's performances and videos, Flake is often cast as the outsider of the group, possibly due to his relatively unusual presence as a keyboard player in a heavy metal group. This varies from playing the part of a scientific genius, aloof from the rest of the group, to playing a gimp role, to being left alone at the end of the "Keine Lust" video, and being bullied by the rest of the band, particularly Lindemann. These distinctive roles in the band's theatrical presentation have led to him becoming a very popular member of the group among fans. Flake is probably best known for his part in the controversial live performance of the song "Bck dich" ("Bend down" or "Bend over"), where he and vocalist Till Lindemann engaged in simulated sodomy with a liquor-squirting dildo. On September 23, 1998, in Worcester, Massachusetts (USA) Lindemann and Flake Lorenz were arrested and charged with lewd and lascivious behavior. A statement from Sergeant Thomas Radula of the Worcester Police Department stated that Lindemann was simulating sex with Flake onstage "using a phallic object that shot water over the crowd". They were held and released the following day on $25 bail. After months of legal debate, they were eventually fined $100. His role in "Bck dich" is not the only live act he is known for. Up until 2002, Flake would "surf" the audience in an inflatable rubber dinghy during the performance of "Seemann" ("Seaman"). Ollie took his place in 2002. According to Flake, the change occurred because he was injured too often. Also, during a 2001 concert in St. Petersburg, Flake was tipped out of the boat by the crowd and almost completely undressed. Despite this, Flake has returned to "surfing" the dinghy for Rammstein's 2009 tour during the performance of "Haifisch" ("Shark"). When performing "Mein Teil" ("My part"), Flake is "cooked" with a flame-thrower by Till in a giant cauldron. Flake does a dance, dubbed the "Flake-dance", during "Weies Fleisch" ("White flesh"). In the video for "Keine Lust" ("No desire" or "Don't feel like it"), Flake is seen in an electric wheelchair. He is seen about to jump off of the top of a burning building (trying and failing to land safely on a trampoline) in the video for "Benzin" ("Gasoline" or "Petrol"). In the video for Ich Will ("I want") song, Flake is tied to a bomb that explodes in the end of video. In Rammstein's 2009 video for the song "Pussy", Flake portrays an intersex person named Heeshie. Flake was also the lead vocalist for Rammstein's cover version of "Pet Sematary", originally by The Ramones. During a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden on July 30, 2005, Till Lindemann suffered a knee injury when Flake accidentally ran into him with the Segway he rides during the performance of "Amerika" ("America"). This caused

Christian Lorenz concerts scheduled in Asia to be cancelled. In 2005, Flake suffered from the mumps, causing concerts in South America to be cancelled.

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Personal life
Brown is his natural hair color, but he has dyed it various times; his eyes are blue. Flake has been divorced once and has three children, one of them a girl. He married a woman named Jenny in late 2008. There is very little information available about his personal life outside of his musical career because he chooses to keep most of it private. He has described the riskier parts being in Rammstein as being like a cold shower. It doesn't feel too good right then and there, but afterwards you get a good feeling. Flake has described himself as an atheist, having stated "I disapprove of religions which are made into rigid institutions. I also think that religious fanaticism and missionary work are dangerous." Flake has a certain skepticism towards America, which he has reportedly called a "sick and decadent country with no culture" [3]. He likes the net (but is no longer able to access it from home), Poland, and Polish food. He despises McDonald's. He likes to listen to Einstrzende Neubauten, Die rzte, Element of Crime, Coldplay, Placebo, Johnny Cash, PJ Harvey, System of a Down, Ministry, The Prodigy and once remarked that he would've liked to have been the sixth Rolling Stone. Flake is an amateur painter and likes classic cars. He has a Mercedes and is involved in vintage car hire business.[4] Lorenz used to write frequently in the Fanarea logbook on the official website fanclub, which closed September 2004. On 5 October 2005, Flake appeared briefly on Deutsche Welle. When asked how he felt about the reunification of Germany, he said he prefers/misses the way things were then. "Even if the GDR survived, I still would've stayed a musician. The increased size of the world also brought the danger of being compared to all of the international acts. The bands which were in the east were the only ones there, and if you were successful there, you were successful. I miss the simplicity. You went into a bar, ordered a beer, and you got a beer!... They didn't ask if you wanted... with a head or without a head, foam top or bottom... It really gets on my nerves having all of these choices I really don't want". He is also the second tallest member of the band, standing at 6 ft 6 in (198cm).

Nicknames
Christian Lorenz commonly goes by the nicknames "Flake" (pronounced as "Flak-eh" in German) and "Doktor". "Doktor" came about because at one point he wanted to be a surgeon, but he was unable to study to become one because of his refusal to join the East German military. In a December 16, 2000 interview, he states "Flake" is his proper name.[5]

References
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] Mix mir einen Drink. - Feeling B - Galenza, Ronald / Havemeister, Heinz (http:/ / www1. buch24. de/ 1040-0/ 3-483562-1. html) Feeling B (http:/ / www. ostmusik. de/ feeling_b. htm) http:/ / www. rammsteinniccage. com/ media/ interviews/ rammcomjan01en. html : Classicdepot, Oldtimervermietung und -vermittlung (http:/ / www. classicdepot. de/ ) Williams, Jeremy (transcribed from fan chat area on Rammstein's website) http:/ / herzeleid. com/ en/ press/ 2000-12_flake_chat

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External links
Flake Lorenz (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0520704/) at the Internet Movie Database Official Rammstein Site (http://www.rammstein.de) (German) Official Rammstein Site (http://www.rammstein.com) (English) Christian Lorenz Pictures (http://www.rammimages.com/galleries/index.php?cat=9) geocities.com (http://www.webcitation.org/query?url=http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Rink/8664/ flake_facts.html&date=2009-10-25+07:18:30) Rammimages.com (http://rammimages.com/who.html#Christian 'Flake' Lorenz)

Interviews
Zeitung 03-Dec-02 (http://rammimages.com/articles/FlakeinterviewBerlinerZeitung03Dec02english. htmlBerliner) Breakout.de interview (http://rammimages.com/articles/breakoutdeaug2004_english.html) Metalshock (2005) (http://rammimages.com/articles/Metalshockitaly-April2005_english.html)

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Discography
Discography
Rammsteindiscography

Rammstein performs with Apocalyptica in Milan, 24 February 2005


Releases Studio albums Live albums Singles Video albums Music videos Box sets 6 2 23 3 23 1

The discography of Rammstein, a German industrial band, consists of six studio albums, two live albums, and three video albums. Rammstein has also released twenty-three singles, all of which are accompanied by music videos. The band was formed in the mid-1990s by six musicians from East Berlin and Schwerin: singer Till Lindemann, guitarists Richard Kruspe and Paul Landers, keyboardist Flake Lorenz, bassist Oliver Riedel, and drummer Christoph Schneider.[1] [2] Rammstein debuted with the single "Du riechst so gut", released on 17 August 1995 in a scented digipack format.[1] [3] A month later, the band issued their first studio album, Herzeleid, which peaked at number six on the German Media Control Charts and remained there for 102 weeks. Before the release of its second studio album, Rammstein issued the single "Engel" on 1 April 1997. It reached the top three on the German singles chart and was certified gold by the Bundesverband Musikindustrie(BVMI) for the sale of more than 250,000 copies.[4] Rammstein's second album, Sehnsucht, was released in August 1997; it topped both German and Austrian charts, and eventually was certified platinum in the respective record industry associations of IFPI. On 30 August 1999, the band released their first live album, Live aus Berlin. It was recorded over two nights at the Wuhlheide Venue, and issued on both CD and DVD formats.[5] Released in April 2001, Mutter is Rammstein's third studio album; it topped the German and Swiss charts and was certified double platinum in both countries. Five tracks were released from the album as singles: "Sonne", "Links 2-3-4", "Ich will", "Mutter" and "Feuer frei!"; the latter was also used in the opening scenes of the Rob Cohen film xXx.[6] In 2003, the group released the DVD Lichtspielhaus, containing live performances, music videos, and interviews.[7] On 26 July 2004, Rammstein released the single "Mein Teil", a song inspired by a German cannibal, Armin Meiwes,[8] which peaked at number two on both German and Finnish charts. Later that year, the band released their

Discography fourth studio album, Reise, Reise; it topped the Austrian, Finnish, German and Swiss charts, and was certified platinum in the last two countries. Other singles from this album include "Amerika", "Ohne dich" and "Keine Lust". Released worldwide on 28 October 2005, Rosenrot peaked at number one in Germany, Austria, and Finland, and was certified gold in Austria and Finland and platinum in Germany. The album spawned the singles "Rosenrot", the homosexuality-themed "Mann gegen Mann" and "Benzin". "Benzin" reached the top of the Danish Tracklisten. In November 2006, the band issued the Vlkerball CD and DVD set, featuring live footage filmed in the United Kingdom, France, Japan and Russia, plus a documentary.[9] It peaked at number one in the German and Finnish charts, and was certificated double platinum by BVMI.

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Studio albums
Year Album details Peak chart positions
GER AUS AUT BEL FIN FRA NLD NOR SWE SWI US UK

Certifications (sales thresholds) [18] [19] [20] [21] 20 [22] GER: Platinum [23] EU: Platinum

[10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] 6 11 96 85 77

1995

Herzeleid Released: 24 September 1995 Label: Motor Format: CD, cassette

1997

Sehnsucht Released: 22 August 1997 Label: Motor Format: CD, cassette

25

50

76

28

17

45

[22] GER: Platinum [24] CAN: Platinum [25] EU: Platinum [26] SWI: 2Platinum [27] US: Platinum GER: [22] 2Platinum [28] EU: Platinum [29] FIN: Gold [30] SWE: Gold [26] SWI: 2Platinum [22] GER: Platinum [23] EU: Platinum [29] FIN: Gold [30] SWE: Gold [26] SWI: Platinum [29] FIN: Gold [31] EU: Platinum [26] SWI: Platinum

2001

Mutter Released: 2 April 2001 Label: Motor Format: CD, cassette, LP

10

23

12

77

91

2004

Reise, Reise Released: 27 September 2004 Label: Motor, Republic Format: CD

19

61

37

2005

Rosenrot Released: 28 October 2005 Label: Universal Format: CD

44

47

29

2009

Liebe ist fr alle da Released: 16 October 2009 Label: Universal Format: CD, LP

13

16

GER: [32] 2Platinum [32] FIN: Platinum [33] SWI: Platinum [32] FRA: Gold [34] DK: Gold

"" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

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Live albums
Year Album details Peak chart positions
GER AUT BEL FIN FRA NLD NOR SWE SWI US

Certifications

[10] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] 1 2 93 35 97 43 29

[18] [19] [20] 42 8 179 GER: Gold[22] [26] SWI: Gold

1999

Live aus Berlin Released: 31 August 1999 Label: Motor Format: CD, cassette

2006

Vlkerball Released: 17 November 2006 Label: Universal Format: CD

48

54

24

11

147 GER: [22] Platinum [26] SWI: Gold

Singles
Year Song Peak chart positions
GER AUT BEL DEN FIN NLD NOR SWE SWI UK

Album

[10] [12] [13] [35] [14] [16] [17] 3 5 5 16 14 2 26 29 47 33 2 2 12 16 6 28 20 1 33 4 10 18 27 5 33 59 28 6 3 38 25 11 46 42 4 74 44 65 40 36 57 41 62 60 7 6 2 17 4 3 8 5 37 9 15 19 7 2 10 13 14 1 18 1 24 60 52 69 70 15 16 30 19 25 43 35 18 11 13 15 16

[18] [19] [36] 48 41 42 8 21 57 16 53 45 22 17 33 42 18 65 11 5 42 30 15 59 66 12 186 30 35 61 38 35 58 59 95 Liebe ist fr alle da Rosenrot Reise, Reise Live aus Berlin Mutter Non-album single Sehnsucht Herzeleid

1995 1996 1997

"Du riechst so gut" "Seemann" "Engel" "Du hast" "Das Modell"

1998

"Du riechst so gut '98" "Stripped"

2001

"Asche zu Asche" "Sonne" "Links 2-3-4" "Ich will"

2002

"Mutter" "Feuer frei!"

2004

"Mein Teil" "Amerika" "Ohne dich"

2005

"Keine Lust" "Benzin" "Rosenrot"

2006 2009 2010

"Mann gegen Mann" "Pussy" "Ich tu dir weh" "Haifisch"

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"" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Video albums
Year Video details
GER

Peak chart positions


AUT BEL FIN FRA NLD NOR SWE SWI US

Certifications

[10]

[15] [16] [17] 10

[18] [19]

1999

Live aus Berlin Released: 31 August 1999 Label: Motor Format: DVD, VHS

10 [37]

7 2 [38] [39]

11 GER: 2Platinum [40] [41] AUS: Gold [27] US: Gold

[22]

2003

Lichtspielhaus Released: 1 December 2003 Label: Motor Format: DVD

25

5 [42]

4 2 [43] [44]

5 [45]

7 GER: Platinum [46]

[22]

2006

Vlkerball Released: 17 November 2006 Label: Universal Format: CD & DVD

1 [47]

3 GER: 2Platinum [48]

[22]

"" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.

Music videos
Year 1995 1996 1997 Title "Du riechst so gut" "Seemann" "Rammstein" "Engel" "Du hast" 1998 "Du riechst so gut '98" "Stripped" "Sehnsucht" 2001 "Sonne" "Links 2-3-4" "Ich will" 2002 "Mutter" "Feuer frei!" Rob Cohen [58] Ian Steward [53] [54] Director Emanuel Fialik Lazlo Kadar [49]

[50]

Alexander Herzog, Kai Kniepkamp Hannes Rossacher Philipp Stlzl [52] [51]

Jrn Heitmann Zoran Bihac

[55] [56] [57]

Jrn Heitmann

Discography
[59] [60] [61] [62]

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2004 "Mein Teil" "Amerika" "Ohne dich" 2005 "Keine Lust" "Benzin" "Rosenrot" 2006 2009 "Mann gegen Mann" "Pussy" "Ich tu dir weh" 2010 "Haifisch" Jrn Heitmann [67] Uwe Flade [63] [64] [65] [66]

Zoran Bihac

Jrn Heitmann

Zoran Bihac

Jonas kerlund

Box sets
Year 1998 Box details Original Single Kollektion 1. [68] 2. Released: 19 June 1998 3. Label: Motor 4. Format: CD 5. 6. Contents "Du riechst so gut" "Seemann" "Engel" "Engel (Fan Edition)" "Du hast" "Das Modell" Notes The set comes in a keepsake box including a poster. [69]

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External links
Rammstein's official website (http://www.rammstein.com/)

Rammstein demos

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Rammstein demos
In 1994, Rammstein released some demos that are currently very rare. Some are original songs and some are also demos that became songs on Rammstein's first album, Herzeleid. These are the most well known demos found across the internet.[1]

1994 studio demos found


"Der Riecher" (The Crawler - "Du Riechst So Gut" demo) "Hallo Hallo" (Hello, Hello - "Das Alte Leid" demo) "Fleisch" (Flesh - "Weies Fleisch" demo) "Rammstein" (Rammstein - "Rammstein" demo) "Komm In Mein Boot" (Come In My Boat - "Seemann" demo) "Schwarzes Glas" (Black Glass - original, some of its guitar riffs were reused in "Der Meister") "Jeder Lacht" (Everyone's Laughing - original, some of its lyrics were reused in "Adios") "Wilder Wein (Wild Wine - original in which a studio demo and live demo were both released) "Feuerrder" (Wheels Of Fire - original) Every now and then, Rammstein has performed demos of future songs live. These are the most well known found:

Live and miscellaneous demos


"Afrika" (Africa - "Sehnsucht" demo/working title performed live in late 1995 and early 1996) "Punk" (Punk - "Feuer Frei!" demo/working title) "Sandmann" (Sandman - "Mein Herz Brennt" demo/working title) "Klitschko" (Klitschko - "Sonne" demo/working title, also known as "Der Boxer") "Pastor" (Pastor - "Halleluja" demo/working title) "Spiel Mit Mir" (Play With Me - "Spiel Mit Mir" demo from Sehnsucht performed live throughout 1996. Also had different versions when played live.) "Biest" (Beast - Possibly, Tier demo (lyric references) from Sehnsucht can be found in live performance and extremely rarely in studio version.) There have also been demos released as B-sides on albums such as Mutter and Reise, Reise but many of them are just the songs on the albums themselves.

Reise Reise/Rosenrot Studio Demos


Most names were leaked on a Rammstein fan site, and many of these demos are very rare and have never been recovered/heard by the general public. It is important to remember, however, that most of these demos are merely work-in-progress versions of officially released songs (some under a completely different title). Sonntag bei Omi was mentioned in a "Making Of" video which was released in the live DVD "Vlkerball". The only demos listed are the ones that leaked onto the internet and have been confirmed to exist as studio recordings. "Eisenmann" (Ironman - Original music/lyrics. Leaked onto the internet near the end of 2010, as a result of an unsuccessful demo trade. Though this demo stirred a lot of controversy in terms of authenticity, it is considered to be a real demo by most. Apparently some of the lyrics turned out to match those of an earlier leak.) "Stirb Nicht Vor Mir" (Don't Die Before I Do - Demo version of "Stirb Nicht vor Mir (Don't Die Before I Do)" from "Rosenrot". This version had altered lyrics, entirely in German, and had no female vocals. It also did not

Rammstein demos have the guitar intro that the finished song had, though it did have a guitar solo at the end that the album version did not have. This track leaked onto the internet in 2008.)

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References
[1] Subsets of these can sometimes be found packaged as their own album. See for instance this copy (http:/ / www. discogs. com/ Rammstein-Herzeleid-Demos-93-94/ release/ 1566300).

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Studio albums
Herzeleid
Herzeleid

Studio album by Rammstein Released Recorded Genre 29 September 1995 Polar Studios, Stockholm, 1995 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 49:26 Motor Music Jacob Hellner and Carl-Michael Herlfsson Professional reviews Allmusic link [1]

Length Label Producer

Rammstein chronology

Herzeleid

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Rammstein (1994)

Herzeleid (1995) US Version cover

Sehnsucht (1997)

Herzeleid (dated German for "Heartache") is the debut album by German Metal band Rammstein. It was released on 29 September 1995. The album's original cover depicted the bandmembers' upper bodies without clothing. This caused critics to accuse the band of trying to sell themselves as "poster boys for the master race."[2] The songs "Heirate Mich" and "Rammstein" are featured in David Lynch's film Lost Highway. The direct translation of "Herzeleid" is "Heartache"; however, according to an interview on Talking Metal's podcast in 2007, Richard Kruspe stated that it doesn't translate to "Heartache", but in the German language, it simply means "Heartbreak". The album is a culmination of the relationship troubles of all but one of the six band members, hence the title "Herzeleid".

Charts
Chart (1995) Peak position [3] [4] 6 11 20 77 85 96

German Albums Chart Austrian Albums Chart Swiss Albums Chart Dutch Albums Chart

[5] [6] [7] [8]

French Albums Chart

Belgian Albums Chart

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Track listing
1. "Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?" ("Want to See the Bed in Flames?") 5:18 2. "Der Meister" ("The Master") 4:08 3. "Weies Fleisch" ("White Flesh") 3:36 4. "Asche zu Asche" ("Ashes to Ashes") 3:51 5. "Seemann" ("Salior") 4:48 6. "Du riechst so gut" ("You Smell So Good") 4:49 7. "Das alte Leid" ("The Old Sorrow") 5:44 8. "Heirate mich" ("Marry Me") 4:44 9. "Herzeleid" ("Heartbreak") 3:41 10. "Laichzeit" ("Spawning-time") 4:21 11. "Rammstein" ("Rammstein") 4:25 Also available as a micro-cassette (side A = 1-6; side B = 7-11). The US Version is also available as a micro-cassette (side A = 1-5; side B = 6-11)

Release history
Country Europe Date 29 September 1995

United States 24 November 1998

Singles
1. 2. 3. 4. "Du riechst so gut" (1995) "Seemann" (1996) "Du riechst so gut '98" (1998) "Asche zu Asche" (2001)

Music videos
Du riechst so gut Seemann Rammstein (Soundtrack for the motion picture Lost Highway). Du riechst so gut '98

References
[1] http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ album/ herzeleid-r244056 [2] "Are Rammstein nazis? (FAQ:Band)" (http:/ / herzeleid. com/ en/ faq/ band). www.Herzeleid.com (Rammstein fan website). . Retrieved 2008-07-04. [3] http:/ / charts. de/ album. asp?artist=Rammstein& title=Rosenrot& cat=a& country=de [4] http:/ / austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [5] http:/ / hitparade. ch/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [6] http:/ / dutchcharts. nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [7] http:/ / lescharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [8] http:/ / www. ultratop. be/ nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a

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Sehnsucht
Sehnsucht

Studio album by Rammstein Released Recorded Genre Length Label Producer August 25, 1997 [1]

Temple Studios, Malta, 1997 Neue Deutsche Hrte 44:00 Motor Music, Slash Jacob Hellner, Rammstein Professional reviews

[2] Allmusic link [3] Pitchfork Media (2.9/10) link [4] Q link [5] Robert Christgau link [6] Rolling Stone link Rammstein chronology

Herzeleid Sehnsucht (1995) (1997)

Live aus Berlin (1999)

Sehnsucht (German for "Longing", see Sehnsucht) is the second album by German industrial metal band Rammstein. It was released on 25 August 1997.[1] The album booklet folds out to reveal six different covers, one for each band member (each photo depicting the member with bizarre facial-wear made out of ordinary kitchen objects like spatulas, spoons, forks etc.). The cover most commonly seen features Till Lindemann with an egg-lifter worn as a muzzle and bent forks over his eyes worn as sunglasses. The cover art was created by Austrian artist Gottfried Helnwein,[7] who also created the cover for the Scorpions' Blackout album, which is very similar to the Sehnsucht cover and even the forks in both covers are the same. The album is the only album entirely in German to be certified Platinum by the RIAA in the United States. The song "Tier" closely resembles "Dawning of Doom" by Die Krupps.

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Track listing
No. Title 1. "Sehnsucht ("Longing")" 2. "Engel" ("Angel") feat. Bobo " 3. "Tier ("Animal")" 4. "Bestrafe mich ("Punish Me")" 5. "Du hast ("You Have"[8] )" 6. "Bck dich ("Bend over")" 7. "Spiel mit mir ("Play With Me")" 8. "Klavier ("Piano")" 9. "Alter Mann ("Elder man")" 10. "Eifersucht ("Jealousy")" 11. "Kss mich (Fellfrosch) ("Kiss me (fur frog)")" Length 4:05 4:25 3:48 3:37 3:56 3:23 4:46 4:26 4:25 3:37 3:30

Special Edition (North America) No. Title 12. "Engel (English Version)" 13. "Du hast (English Version) These songs are also included on Micro-cassettes, and may be hidden tracks on certain editions. "Du riechst so gut '98" as track 12. A version also includes the video for "Du riechst so gut '98"" Length

Limited Edition (Europe) No. Title 12. "Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Radio Edit)" 13. "Du riechst so gut '98" 14. "Du hast (Remix By Clawfinger) "Stripped" as a 12th track, which may be included on the micro-cassette version and/or be included as a hidden track. "Stripped" as a 12th track and the Asche zu Asche single as a second CD. The Asche zu Asche single may be included on the first CD to make a total of 18 tracks." Length

Music videos
"Engel" "Du hast" "Stripped"

Charts

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Chart (2009)

Peak position [9] [10] 1 1 3 17 25 28 45 [16] 50 76 [18] 97

German Albums Chart Austrian Albums Chart Swiss Albums Chart

[11] [12] [13]

Swedish Albums Chart

Australian Albums Chart Dutch Albums Chart US Billboard 200 [14]

[15]

Belgium Albums Chart French Albums Chart

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Portuguese Albums Chart

Personnel
Till Lindemann Vocals Richard Z. Kruspe Lead guitars, backing vocals Paul Landers Rhythm guitars Oliver Riedel Bass guitar Christoph Schneider Drums Christian "Flake" Lorenz Keyboards Bobo Additional female vocals

Notes
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] http:/ / www. amazon. de/ dp/ B000007VKZ http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ album/ sehnsucht-r315812 http:/ / web. archive. org/ web/ 20070627061405/ http:/ / www. pitchforkmedia. com/ article/ record_review/ 21246-sehnsucht http:/ / www. q4music. com/ nav?page=q4music. review. redirect& fixture_review=131735& resource=131735& fixture_artist=143287 http:/ / www. robertchristgau. com/ get_artist. php?name=rammstein http:/ / www. rollingstone. com/ artists/ 42183/ albums/ album/ 305610 "Rammstein Album "Sehnsucht" Was Released with Six Different Covers by Gottfried Helnwein" (http:/ / www. helnwein-music. com/ article280. html). Helnwein Music. July 22, 1997. . Retrieved February 15, 2009. [8] The German "du hast", which means "you have" is pronounced equally to "du hasst", meaning "you hate". In the lyrics of the English version of the song, "you hate" is used instead of "you have" (the English version is not a translation), nevertheless the correct translation of the original is "you have". [9] http:/ / charts. de/ album. asp?artist=Rammstein& title=Rosenrot& cat=a& country=de [10] http:/ / austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [11] http:/ / hitparade. ch/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [12] http:/ / swedishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [13] http:/ / australian-charts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [14] http:/ / dutchcharts. nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [15] http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ artist/ rammstein-p198625/ charts-awards [16] http:/ / www. ultratop. be/ nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [17] http:/ / lescharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [18] http:/ / portuguesecharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a

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References

Mutter
Mutter

Studio album by Rammstein Released Recorded Genre April 2, 2001 Studio Miraval, France, 2000 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 45:28 Motor Music Jacob Hellner, Rammstein Professional reviews Q Robert Christgau Rolling Stone The Austin Chronicle Rammstein chronology Allmusic Blender link 2001 [1] [2] [3]

Length Label Producer

Entertainment Weekly (B+) 2001 Jam! (favourable) 2001 NME (5/10) link [5] [6] [5] [4]

link

2001

2001

[7] [8]

2001

Live aus Berlin (1999)

Mutter (2001)

Reise, Reise (2004)

Mutter Mutter (German for "mother") is the third album by German industrial metal band Rammstein. It was released on 2 April 2001 through Motor Music.

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Track listing
All tracks written by Rammstein. 1. "Mein Herz brennt" ("My heart burns") 4:40 2. "Links 2 3 4" ("Left 2-3-4") 3:44 3. "Sonne" ("Sun") 4:32 4. "Ich will" ("I want") 3:37 5. "Feuer frei!" ("Open fire! Literally 'fire freely' or 'fire at will') 3:08 6. "Mutter" ("Mother") 4:29 7. "Spieluhr" ("Music-box") (feat. Khira Li) 4:46 8. "Zwitter" ("Hermaphrodite") 4:17 9. "Rein, raus" ("In, out") 3:11 10. "Adios" (Sp. "Goodbye") 3:49 11. "Nebel" ("Fog") 4:54 There are various editions of Mutter, each with different features: The Limited Tour Edition had the same cover, but red with the Rammstein logo embossed on the front. It also had a second CD with the following live tracks: 1. 2. 3. 4. "Ich will" 3:57 "Links 2 3 4" 4:54 "Sonne" 4:42 "Spieluhr" 5:27

The Japanese edition had "Halleluja" as a hidden track, found after Nebel (there is a two minute intermission of silence). Another Japanese edition had "Halleluja" as a 12th track. The Limited edition had a second CD with just one track, "Hallelujah", and a CD-ROM area featuring the "Sonne" video. A 12" Vinyl version and a MC version were released, with the same tracklist (Side A = 1-6; B = 7-11) The Limited Tour Edition was also released as a double cassette set, with the second cassette containing the live tracks (Side A = 1-2; B = 3-4). Note: some copies that have "Halleluja" as a hidden track can not be played for unknown reasons. On April 3, 2010 Rammstein posted a video with an official translation of Halleluja on their facebook page, "in light of recent events".[9]

Singles
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. "Sonne" "Links 2-3-4" "Ich will" "Mutter" "Feuer frei!" Soundtrack for the motion picture xXx.

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Music videos
Sonne Links 2-3-4 Ich will Mutter Feuer Frei!

Charts
Charts (2001) [10] Peak position 14 7 [11] 77 10

Canadian Albums Chart Finnish Albums Chart U.S. Billboard 200 Australian Albums Chart

Personnel
Rammstein Till Lindemann vocals Richard Z. Kruspe electric guitar Paul H. Landers electric guitar Oliver "Ollie" Riedel bass guitar Christoph "Doom" Schneider drums Christian "Flake" Lorenz keyboards

Guest musicians Bobo background vocals (track 11) Khira Li Lindemann vocals (track 7) Olsen Involtini string arrangements (tracks 1, 6, 11) Orchestra parts by the Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg, conducted by Gunter Joseck

Production Ulf Kruckenberg engineer Dirk Rudolph sleeve design Daniel & Geo Fuchs photography

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References
[1] http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ album/ mutter-r527208 [2] http:/ / www. blender. com/ guide/ new/ 51108/ mutter. html [3] http:/ / www. ew. com/ ew/ article/ 0,,280648,00. html [4] http:/ / jam. canoe. ca/ Music/ Artists/ R/ Rammstein/ AlbumReviews/ 2001/ 04/ 13/ 771725. html [5] http:/ / www. nme. com/ reviews/ rammstein/ 4935 [6] http:/ / www. q4music. com/ nav?page=q4music. review. redirect& fixture_review=138131& resource=138131& fixture_artist=143287 [7] http:/ / www. rollingstone. com/ reviews/ album/ 218464/ mutter [8] http:/ / www. austinchronicle. com/ gyrobase/ Issue/ review?oid=oid%3A81703 [9] http:/ / www. facebook. com/ video/ video. php?v=383228621267 [10] allmusic ((( Mutter > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums ))) (http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ album/ r527208/ charts-awards). Allmusic. Accessed June 21, 2009. [11] Suomen virallinen lista (http:/ / ylex. yle. fi/ lista/ tuote?id=1339)

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Reise, Reise
Reise, Reise

Studio album by Rammstein Released Recorded 27 September 2004 20032004 El Cortijo Studios, Mlaga, Spain Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 47:47 German, English, Russian, French Motor, Republic Jacob Hellner, Rammstein Professional reviews Allmusic BBC (3/5) 2004 link [2] [3] [1]

Genre

Length Language Label Producer

Entertainment Weekly (C+) 2004 PopMatters (8/10) link RockReview Rolling Stone [4]

link link

[5]

[6]

Rammstein chronology

Mutter (2001)

Reise, Reise (2004)

Rosenrot (2005)

Singles from Reise, Reise

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1. 2. 3. 4.

"Mein Teil"
Released: July 26, 2004

"Amerika"
Released: September 6, 2004

"Ohne dich"
Released: November 22, 2004

"Keine Lust"
Released: February 28, 2005
Japanese Edition cover

Reise, Reise (German for travel, travel) is Industrial metal band Rammstein's fourth studio album. It was released on 27 September 2004 in Germany and followed shortly by its release across Europe. It was released in North America on 16 November 2004. It was in the top ten in several European charts and a number one hit in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Iceland, Finland, Estonia and Mexico. As of February 2006, the album has shipped 1.5 million copies globally.[7] As used in "Reise, Reise aufstehen! Kommt hoch nach alter Seemannsart", the album name is an old Low German sailor's expression to waken other sailors, hence the translation of the title would be "Arise, Arise", as seen in the song of the same name. Given Rammstein's propensity to use puns, a double meaning could well be intended, as the standard High German translation of "Reise" is "journey" or "travel". Though written as a noun, "Reise" is obviously used as a verb in the song. The phrase "Reise, Reise" is used by seamen as a wake-up call and finds its roots in the Middle High German verb "risen", which meant "to rise" (to which it is obviously related as well). This verb has since died out in New High German, though the noun was retained and came to mean "journey" or "voyage". The verb "reisen" was re derived from the noun "Reise", but now means "to journey" or "to travel". It seems the old meaning has been preserved in this phrase in the seaman's language.

Album art
The album art shows a damaged airplane cockpit voice recorder depicted on the front and back covers. Its caption ("Flugrekorder, nicht ffnen") means "Do Not Open Flight Recorder". The inner part of the Digipak edition case shows a picture of the six members in suits wielding suitcases and weapons (like Michael Douglas in Falling Down) leaving from a crashed airplane. The cover art is an allusion to the song "Dalai Lama", which deals with an airplane accident. It is also suggestive of the overarching 'travelling' theme of the album. The album is based on the crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123 on the evening of August 12, 1985. Twelve minutes into its flight, the Boeing 747 suffered an explosive decompression due to failure of its rear pressure bulkhead, caused by a faulty repair years earlier. The explosion tore off most of the aircraft's vertical stabilizer and ruptured all

Reise, Reise four of the hydraulic systems, causing the loss of all flight control surfaces and rendering the aircraft uncontrollable. The pilots fought to keep the aircraft aloft for nearly 32 minutes, but eventually became trapped in the towering mountain ranges surrounding Mt. Fuji and crashed, killing 520 out of the 524 passengers and crew on board. As of 2011 it remains the deadliest single aircraft disaster in history. Some pressings of the album contain a recording of the last 40 seconds of the flight as an easter egg hidden in the pregap. The length of the album is often related to the Japan Airlines Flight 123's Boeing 747 that suffered an accident.

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Track listing
No. Title 1. "Reise, Reise" (Arise, Arise / Journey, Journey / Travel, Travel) 2. "Mein Teil" (My Part) 3. "Dalai Lama" 4. "Keine Lust" (No Desire) 5. "Los" (-Less) 6. "Amerika" (America) 7. "Moskau" (Moscow, feat. Viktoria Fersh) 8. "Morgenstern" (Morning Star) 9. "Stein um Stein" (Stone by Stone) 10. "Ohne dich" (Without You) 11. "Amour" (Fr. Love) Length 4:11 4:32 5:38 3:42 4:25 3:46 4:16 3:59 3:56 4:32 4:50

A micro-cassette is available (Side A = 1-5; Side B = 6-11).

Music videos
Mein Teil Amerika Ohne dich Keine Lust

U.S. edition
On this release, the "easter egg" fragment is placed at the beginning of "Reise, Reise" in normal playback. The 2005 pressing does not contain the easter egg, but the original 2004 pressing does. On the European version the easter egg is in negative time, to access it, you must rewind the CD past the beginning of "Reise, Reise". The American iTunes version of "Reise, Reise" also contains the easter egg.

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Japanese edition
On 21 April 2005, Rammstein released a special Japanese version of Reise, Reise. Different cover art, which was later used as the Rosenrot cover art, though slightly altered. The booklet also features the same art as Rosenrot, but with the songs from Reise, Reise. The easter egg is not present in negative time as it is on the European version. It has two bonus tracks : 1. "Mein Teil (You Are What You Eat Edit)" 2. "Amerika (Digital Hardcore Mix)" The Japanese Limited Edition has a bonus DVD featuring footage from Lichtspielhaus The Japanese Limited Edition was re-issued in 2009 as SHMCD and DVD edition, featuring the original orange cover art.

Release history
Country Europe Date 27 September 2004

United States 6 November 2004

Charts
Chart (2004) [8] Peak position 61 37 1 19 1 5 1 3 2 4 17 2 1 1

U.S. Billboard 200 UK Albums Chart German Albums Chart ARIA Albums Chart Austrian Albums Chart Belgium Albums Chart Finnish Albums Chart French Albums Chart Netherlands Albums Chart Norwegian Albums Chart Poland Albums Chart Swedish Albums Chart Swiss Albums Chart Russian Albums Chart

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Personnel
Till Lindemann vocals Richard Z. Kruspe lead guitar, backing vocals Paul Landers rhythm guitar, backing vocals Oliver Riedel bass guitar Christoph Schneider drums Christian Lorenz keyboards Viktoria Fersh vocals (track 7) Brbel Bhler oboe (track 10) Michael Kaden accordion (tracks 1, 7) Olsen Involtini string arrangements (tracks 9, 10) Sven Helbig string arrangements (tracks 1, 9), choir arrangements (tracks 2, 6, 8) Kinderchor Canzonetta choir (track 6) Dresdner Kammerchor choir (tracks 2, 6, 8), conducted by Andreas Pabst Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg Orchestra parts, conducted by Wolf Kerschek, coordination by Nucleus, Jens Kuphal Kpenicker Zupforchester Mandolin (track 10)

References
[1] http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ album/ r714711 [2] http:/ / www. bbc. co. uk/ nottingham/ content/ articles/ 2004/ 10/ 05/ entertainment_music_recording_reviews_2004_10_rammstein_feature. shtml [3] http:/ / www. ew. com/ ew/ article/ 0,,831914,00. html [4] http:/ / www. popmatters. com/ music/ reviews/ r/ rammstein-reise. shtml [5] http:/ / www. rockreview. co. uk/ album. asp?id=289 [6] http:/ / www. rollingstone. com/ artists/ rammstein/ albums/ album/ 6594841/ review/ 6821625/ reise_reise [7] Ferguson, Tom. " Rammstein's Grammy Nom Fires Up Universal (http:/ / books. google. com. au/ books?id=-hQEAAAAMBAJ& pg=PA82)". Billboard 118 (6): 82. 11 February 2006. ISSN 0006-2510. [8] allmusic ((( Reise, Reise > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums ))) (http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ album/ r714711/ charts-awards). Allmusic. Accessed 26 June 2009.

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Rosenrot
Rosenrot

Studio album by Rammstein Released 28 October 2005

Recorded 20042005, Teldex Studios, Berlin and El Cortijo Studio, Mlaga, Spain Genre Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 48:00

Length

Language German, English, Spanish Label Universal

Producer Jacob Hellner Professional reviews [1] Allmusic link [2] Entertainment Weekly (C) link [3] IGN (5.2/10) link Kerrang! [4] PopMatters link Rammstein chronology

Reise, Reise (2004)

Rosenrot (2005)

Liebe ist fr alle da (2009)

Singles from Rosenrot 1. 2. 3.

"Benzin"
Released: October 7, 2005

"Rosenrot"
Released: December 16, 2005

"Mann Gegen Mann"


Released: March 3, 2006

Rosenrot (German: "red like roses") is the fifth album by German Industrial metal band Rammstein. It was released on October 28, 2005 in Germany, December 6, 2005 in Canada, and March 28, 2006 in the United States. A limited

Rosenrot edition with a bonus DVD is also available. As of February 2006, the album has shipped 1 million copies globally.[5] The album includes six songs artistically omitted from Reise, Reise. The album's first title was Reise, Reise Volume Two, but on August 18, 2005 the album was announced as Rosenrot.[6] The cover art is nearly identical to the Japanese import of Reise, Reise. The image is a slightly altered photograph of the icebreaker USS Atka, taken on March 13, 1960 at McMurdo Station, Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.[7] While Rammstein did not actively promote the album, the band built anticipation through a variety of means. The first single from the album, "Benzin", premiered at the Berliner Wuhlheide and was subsequently released on disc. Rammstein's official website featured one-minute samples from six of the tracks, and had featured a prominent release-date countdown. A brief section of the chorus from "Rosenrot" plays in the background of an e-card containing photographs of the band and basic album information.[8]

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Track listing
All tracks by Rammstein No. Title 1. "Benzin" (Petrol / Gasoline) 2. "Mann gegen Mann" (Man Against Man) 3. "Rosenrot" (Rose Red) 4. "Spring" (Jump) 5. "Wo bist du" (Where Are You) 6. "Stirb nicht vor mir (Don't Die Before I Do)" (featuring Sharleen Spiteri and Bobo) 7. "Zerstren" (Destroy) 8. "Hilf mir" (Help Me) 9. "Te quiero Puta!" (Sp. I Love You Whore!, featuring Carmen Zapata) 10. "Feuer und Wasser" (Fire and Water) 11. "Ein Lied" (A Song) Length 3:46 3:50 3:54 5:24 3:55 4:05 5:28 4:43 3:55 5:17 3:43

There is a compact cassette available (Side A = 1-6; B = 7-11) The US Version features a parental advisory label that is printed on the cover.

Videos
On August 18, 2005, it was announced that "Benzin" would be the first video for Rosenrot. The "Benzin" video premiered on German MTV on Friday, September 16, 2005. In the video, all of the members of Rammstein except Flake play the role of reckless firemen driving a massive fire truck destroying things along the way. Flake does not appear until the end of the video as a man about to commit suicide by jumping off the roof of a tall building. The other band members open a life net for him but it ends up ripping. The video was shot in Berlin over three days in August 2005. It was directed by Uwe Flade. The second video from the album, "Rosenrot", premiered on November 30, 2005 on MTV Germany. The third video, "Mann gegen Mann", was released on February 1, 2006. It shows the band (genuinely) naked and utilizing their respective instruments to cover themselves, with the exception of Till, who is wearing a latex diaper, and sports an inverted mohawk haircut. The video switches between the band playing, and teeming masses of naked male bodybuilders. Towards the end, Till transforms into the demon that is portrayed on the cover.

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Limited edition bonus DVD


The limited edition includes the normal CD plus a DVD with three live performances: 1. Reise, Reise (Arena of Nmes, Nmes / France July 2005) 2. Mein Teil (Club Citta, Kanagawa / Japan June 2005) 3. Sonne (Brixton Academy, London / UK February 2005) All bonus performances were later featured on the DVD Vlkerball. The Limited Edition featured slightly altered artwork, namely "Limited Edition" printed in white on the top left corner, and the band and album name is reflective. The US Version is the Special Edition, with that printed on the top left corner and the parental advisory logo below, alongside the reflective band and album name. The Japanese Version, released in 2009, has a SHMCD and the DVD.

Live
As of December 2010, Rosenrot is Rammstein's album with the poorest representation live. Benzin was debuted near the end of the Reise, Reise 2005 tour and it was the only song from Rosenrot to be played in the Liebe ist fr alle da tour that started in 2009. Initially it was thought that Rosenrot was played at rehearsals prior to the Liebe ist fr alle da tour, but later it was documented that it wasn't. Interviews given by the band prior to the start of the Liebe ist fr alle da tour made it clear that the band had no intention to play any other song from Rosenrot. But after announcing the Latin American leg of the tour in 2010, Te Quiero Puta! was played live for the first time in Santiago, Chile, on November 25, 2010, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on November 27, 2010, as well as Mxico City on December 6th. and 7th; making it the second Rosenrot song to be played live, 5 years after its release.

Personnel
Rammstein Till Lindemann vocals Richard Z. Kruspe lead guitar, backing vocals Paul Landers rhythm guitar, backing vocals Oliver Riedel bass guitar Christoph Schneider drums Christian Lorenz keyboards

Additional musicians Sharleen Spiteri vocals (track 6) Bobo backing vocals (track 6) Christo Hermanndos trumpet (track 9) Carmen Zapata vocals (track 9) Olsen Involtini string arrangement (track 8) Sven Helbig trumpet arrangement (track 9) Matthias Wilke choir conductor (tracks 1, 2 & 4)

Production Produced by Jacob Hellner

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Release history
Country Europe Canada Date 28 October 2005 6 December 2005

United States 28 March 2006

Charts
Chart (2009) Peak position 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 [17] 4 5 7 7 [21] 8 9 18 20 29 [25] 38 39 40 [27] 44 47

German Albums Chart Austrian Albums Chart Finnish Albums Chart Danish Albums Chart

[9] [10]

[11] [12] [13]

Swedish Albums Chart Swiss Albums Chart

[14] [15]

Belgian Albums Chart Dutch Albums Chart

[16]

Norwegian Albums Chart French Albums Chart Polish Albums Chart [18]

[19] [20]

Portugese Albums Chart

Czech Republic Albums Chart Spanish Albums Chart [22] [23]

Hungarian Albums Chart Italian Albums Chart UK Albums Chart [24]

[19]

New Zealand Albums Chart Croatian Albums Chart Irish Albums Chart [26]

[19]

Australian Albums Chart US Billboard 200 [28]

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Year-end charts
Chart (2005) Finnish Albums Chart [29] Rank 12

Certifications
Country Certifications (sales thresholds) Gold [30] Sales

Finland

20,892 40,000

Switzerland Platinum [31]

References
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ album/ r806875 http:/ / www. ew. com/ ew/ article/ 0,,1176632,00. html http:/ / music. ign. com/ articles/ 698/ 698533p1. html http:/ / www. popmatters. com/ pm/ review/ rammstein-rosenrot/ http:/ / books. google. com. au/ books?id=-hQEAAAAMBAJ& pg=PA82#v=onepage& q=& f=false "Next album to be called Rosenrot" (http:/ / herzeleid. com/ en/ news/ */ id/ 505). herzeleid.com. . Retrieved 2008-04-10. "Rosenrot source image" (http:/ / herzeleid. com/ en/ news/ */ id/ 520). herzeleid.com. . Retrieved 2008-01-01. "Rosenrot e-card at Universal" (http:/ / www. universal-rock. de/ specials/ ecards/ rammstein_rosenrot/ rosenrot_ecard. html). universal-rock.de. . Retrieved 2008-01-01. [9] http:/ / charts. de/ album. asp?artist=Rammstein& title=Rosenrot& cat=a& country=de [10] http:/ / austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [11] http:/ / finnishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [12] http:/ / danishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [13] http:/ / swedishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [14] http:/ / hitparade. ch/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [15] http:/ / www. ultratop. be/ nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [16] http:/ / dutchcharts. nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [17] http:/ / norwegiancharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [18] http:/ / lescharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [19] http:/ / acharts. us/ album/ 14358 [20] http:/ / portuguesecharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [21] http:/ / www. ifpicr. cz/ hitparada/ index. php?a=titul& hitparada=14& titul=134996& sec=70ecebd0b35d3f5d25539c657969045b [22] http:/ / spanishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [23] http:/ / www. mahasz. hu/ ?menu=slagerlistak& menu2=archivum& lista=top40& ev=2005& het=43& submit_=Keress [24] http:/ / www. fimi. it/ classifiche_result_artisti. php?anno=%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%202005& mese=10& id=144 [25] http:/ / charts. org. nz/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [26] http:/ / www. hdu-toplista. com/ index. php?what=albumi& w=details& id=962 [27] http:/ / australian-charts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Rosenrot& cat=a [28] http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ artist/ rammstein-p198625/ charts-awards [29] http:/ / ifpi. fi/ tilastot/ myydyimmat/ 2005/ ulkomaiset/ [30] http:/ / www. ifpi. fi/ tilastot/ artistit/ rammstein [31] http:/ / swisscharts. com/ search_certifications. asp?search=rammstein

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External links
Official Rosenrot information page (http://rammstein.com/Band/Discography/Albums/Rosenrot/ende)
(English)

Official Rosenrot information page (http://www.rammstein.de/Band/Discography/Albums/Rosenrot/ende)


(German)

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Liebe ist fr alle da


Liebe ist fr alle da

Studio album by Rammstein Released 16 October 2009

Recorded 2008-2009, Sonoma Mountain Recording Estate, San Rafael, California Genre Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 46:07

Length

Language German English (Track 8) Label Universal, Vagrant

Producer Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Professional reviews Allmusic BBC (very favourable) Kerrang! Rock Sound Sputnik Music The Second Supper Metal Hammer Ultimate Guitar Metal Storm (8.1/10) [7] [1] [2]

(#1283, p.46) [3] [4] [5] (#198, p.97) [6]

Rammstein chronology

Rosenrot (2005)

Liebe ist fr alle da (2009)

Singles from Liebe ist fr alle da

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1. 2. 3.

"Pussy"
Released: 18 September 2009

"Ich tu dir weh"


Released: 5 February 2010

"Haifisch"
Released: 28 May 2010
Special Edition cover

Liebe ist fr alle da (German for "Love Is For Everyone"[8] ) is the sixth studio album by German Industrial metal band Rammstein, which was released in most of Europe on 16 October 2009, the United Kingdom on 19 October 2009 and the United States on 20 October 2009.[9]

History
The album title was confirmed on 1 September 2009, in a promotional video[10] for the new single, "Pussy", released on 18 September 2009 in the European Union and 19 September 2009 in the United States. The single's B-side is "Rammlied".[11] The video for "Pussy" was released on adult website Visit-X, two days before the single. The video features scenes of explicit male and female nudity as well as the band members (played by body doubles in the nude scenes) engaging in sexual activity with women. In July 2009, a promo version of the title track, "Liebe ist fr alle da", leaked onto the internet, along with various promotional materials. As of 16 October 2009, pictures taken throughout the recording of the album are available on Rammstein's official website. The album was released on 16 October 2009 in Europe and 20 October in the U.S.[12] It became platinum in Finland before its release, solely from pre-release sales.[13] It debuted at number 3 in the French charts, making it Rammstein's most commercially successful album in France.[14] Furthermore, the album entered at number 13 on the U.S. charts, making it Rammstein's highest-charting album in the United States, although it subsequently fell off the U.S. album charts after four weeks. In Germany, the album entered the charts at number 1 after the best start of a music album in 2009[15] and beating popular German R&B-singer Xavier Naidoo's new album "Alles kann besser werden". It remained high in the charts until it was censored. According to Richard Z. Kruspe, "B********" does not stand for "Bastard", but for "Bckstab", a word made up by the band to mean "whatever you want".[16] Paul H. Landers stated that tracks which did not make it on the album will appear as B-sides on singles and there will be a special edition of the album with five bonus tracks.

Liebe ist fr alle da The song "Frhling in Paris" features lyrics from the song "Non, je ne regrette rien" by Edith Piaf. On 8 November 2009, Rammstein played their first show for their "Liebe ist fr alle da" tour in Lisbon, Portugal, their first live show in four years. As announced,[17] a video was shot for the album's third single, "Haifisch", which premiered on the band's MySpace page on 23 April 2010. "Waidmanns Heil" is a playable track in the rhythm video game Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock.[18] [19]

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Censorship
The album was added to the index of the Bundesprfstelle fr jugendgefhrdende Medien (Federal Department for Media Harmful to Young Persons) in Germany, due to the track "Ich tu dir weh" and a picture inside the album booklet displaying Richard Kruspe spanking a nude woman.[20] This means only adults can purchase the album; additionally, it must not be displayed in stores where minors have access (see BPjM for details).[21] As a consequence, the album was re-released in Germany on November 16 in an edited version without the censored track and picture.[22] [23] The band still played the instrumental version song live in Germany until it was ultimately banned from live performances. Despite the censorship, the video to "Ich tu dir weh" was released on 21 December 2009, on adult website Visit-X, just like the video to "Pussy", after advertisement on the band's official German website. Any references have since been deleted, presumably following German law prohibiting advertisement for media on the index. In Europe, a single was released on 5 February 2010, and in the UK on 15 February 2010.[24] As of 31 May 2010, the administrative court in Cologne has decided to waive the suspensive effect of censorship (case 22 L 1899/09). The German department deleted the record from the censorship lists on 1 June (Decision No. A 117/10).[25] On 9 June the band announced in their official website that the original version of the album was already available at their shop and that a release of the single "Ich tu dir weh" in Germany was planned in a short period of time.[26]

Track listing
All tracks by Rammstein No. Title 1. "Rammlied" (Rammsong) 2. "Ich tu dir Weh" (I Hurt You, literally: I Do You Woe) 3. "Waidmanns Heil" (Huntsman's Salute, literally: Huntsman's Hail) 4. "Haifisch" (Shark) 5. "B********" (Bckstab, "Whatever You Want") 6. "Frhling in Paris" (Springtime in Paris) 7. "Wiener Blut" (Viennese Blood) 8. "Pussy" 9. "Liebe ist fr alle da" (Love Is There for Everyone) 10. "Mehr" (More) 11. "Roter Sand" (Red Sand) Length 5:20 5:02 3:33 3:45 4:15 4:45 3:53 4:00 3:26 4:09 3:59

Also released as a double 12" vinyl and a limited edition double 12" pink vinyl (side A = 1-3; B = 4-6; C = 7-9; D = 10-11).

Liebe ist fr alle da The second track, "Ich tu dir weh", is replaced by four seconds of silence on the censored version of the album in Germany.[27] It is marked on the case as Ich tu dir weh*. *Entfernt nach Zensur durch die Behrden der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Removed after censorship by the authorities of the Federal Republic of Germany). According to Richard Z. Kruspe, B******** does not stand for Bastard, but for Bckstab, a word made up by the band to mean whatever you want".

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Special edition bonus tracks


No. Title 1. "Fhre mich" (Lead Me) 2. "Donaukinder" (Children of the Danube) 3. "Halt" (Stop) 4. "Roter Sand (Orchester Version)" (Red Sand (Orchestral Version)) 5. "Liese" (Liese) Length 4:34 5:18 4:20 4:06 3:56

A limited edition deluxe box set, released on 21 December 2009, features the Special Edition album (either censored or uncensored), handcuffs, lubricant and six dildos (corresponding to the members of the band), all within in an aluminium flight case. The Japanese edition, released in December 2009, comes as a double SHM-CD.

iTunes-exclusive track
No. Title 1. "Rammlied (Thrash-Terpiece Remix)" (by Robb Flynn) Length 6:19

Placed after "Roter Sand" on the standard edition and after "Liese" on the special edition.

Release history
Country Europe Date 16 October 2009

United Kingdom 19 October 2009 United States Australia Canada Costa Rica Japan 20 October 2009 23 October 2009 27 October 2009 4 November 2009 16 December 2009 [29] [28]

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Charts
Chart (2009) Peak position [30] [31] 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 7 9 10 13 14 15 16 25 [57] 29 30

German Albums Chart

Austrian Albums Chart Swiss Albums Chart

[32] [33] [34]

Danish Albums Chart

Finnish Albums Chart Dutch Albums Chart

[35] [36] [37]

Czech Albums Chart

Slovenian Albums Chart European Albums Chart Polish Albums Chart

[38]

[39] [40] [41] [42] [43]

French Albums Chart

Russian Albums Chart

Swedish Albums Chart

Belgium Albums Chart World Albums Chart

[44] [45] [46] [47]

Mexican Albums Chart

Norwegian Albums Chart

Portuguese Albums Chart Spanish Albums Chart

[48] [49] [50] [51]

Croatian Albums Chart

Australian Albums Chart

Hungarian Albums Chart US Billboard 200 [52] [53]

Italian Albums Chart NZ Albums Chart

[54] [55] [56]

UK Albums Chart

Irish Albums Chart

Canadian Albums Chart Greek Albums Chart

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Year-end charts
Chart (2009) Finnish Albums Chart German Albums Chart Chart (2010) [61] European Top 100 Albums German Albums Chart [62] [59] [60] Rank 3 7 Rank 47 67

Certifications
Country Certifications (sales thresholds) Platinum Gold [63] Sales

Austria Denmark Germany Finland France Russia Poland Switzerland

20,000 15,000

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2x Platinum Platinum Gold

400,000 24,843 50,000

[66]

[67] [68]

2x Platinum Gold [69]

40,000 10,000 30,000 93,000 [71]

Platinum

[70]

United States -

Personnel
Rammstein Till Lindemann lead vocals Richard Z. Kruspe lead guitar, backing vocals Paul H. Landers rhythm guitar, backing vocals Oliver "Ollie" Riedel bass guitar Christoph "Doom" Schneider drums Christian "Flake" Lorenz keyboards

Production Produced by Jacob Hellner

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Compilation albums
Original Single Kollektion
Original Single Kollektion

Compilation album by Rammstein Released July 19, 1998

Recorded 1994-1997 Genre Label Industrial metal Motor

Producer Jacob Hellner with Rammstein

The Original Single Kollektion is a box set released by the German band Rammstein, it contains the first 6 singles released by the band. The cover art is similar to the East German coat of arms. Along with the singles, the box contained a poster. This set is limited to 1500 sets.

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Contents
Du riechst so gut
1. Du riechst so gut (Single Version) - 4:50 2. Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? (Album Version) - 5:19 3. Du riechst so gut (Scal Remix) - 4:45

Seemann
1. Seemann - 4:48 2. Der Meister - 4:10 3. Rammstein in the house (Timewriter-RMX) - 6:24

Engel
1. Engel - 4:23 2. Sehnsucht - 4:02 3. Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Radio Edit) - 3:41 4. Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Instrumental Edit) - 3:27 5. Rammstein (Original) - 4:25

Engel (Fan-Edition)
1. 2. 3. 4. Engel (Extended Version) - 4:34 Feuerrder (Live Demo Version 1994) - 4:47 Wilder Wein (Demo Version 1994) - 5:41 Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Instrumental) - 3:27

Du hast
1. 2. 3. 4. Du hast (Single Version) - 3:54 Bck dich (Album Version) - 3:21 Du hast (Remix by Jacob Hellner) - 6:44 Du hast (Remix by Clawfinger) - 5:24

Das Modell
1. 2. 3. 4. Das Modell - 4:46 Kokain - 3:09 Alter Mann (Special Version) - 4:22 Rammstein Computerspiel fr Windows (Video Game)

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Singles
"Du riechst so gut"
Du riechst so gut (German for "You smell so good") is a song by the German Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein. It was the band's first single and was released on its first album, Herzeleid. It describes the inner thoughts of a predator hunting his prey. The title is said to be inspired by Patrick Sskind's Perfume, a favourite novel of Till Lindemann's, the singer of the band.

Music video
A music video was released for this single, depicting the band members shirtless in an all white environment. The video opens with a Doberman Pinscher walking across the screen, with repeated cuts throughout of the dog looking curiously at the camera along with flowers shown in the Herzeleid album cover and this single. Till Lindemann is portrayed in simple close-up shots, sternly singing the lyrics and at one point sporting a menacing pair of goggles. These are strikingly similar to Till's eyepieces shown on the Sehnsucht cover.

Live story
The song was first performed during the very first Rammstein show, on April 14, 1994 in Leipzig, Germany.[1] A fan favorite, it was used as the last song of the show during many of the Herzeleid tour concerts. During live concerts in the Sehnsucht tour, Till usually simulated firing rockets over the audience with a bow (actually propelled sitting on a string) and then the bow started to propel sparks in all directions as Till rotated it. During some concerts, he used it during different songs, like Laichzeit at the Bizarre Festival in 1997, or Du hast, during the Family Values tour in 1998. Guitarists Paul and Richard would conduct the audience during the extended solo. The song wasn't played at all during the whole 2001-2002 Mutter tour, but it returned to the setlists on their Reise, Reise tour. This time Richard and Paul wore jackets that shot flames/sparks from one of their sleeves, running from the shoulder down to their forearms;[2] one would stand facing away from the audience, the other would stand facing the audience, and then the pyrotechnics would be activated simultaneously while the two performed the tapping hammer on solo.[3] After being dropped for the Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da tour in 2009, the song returned to the setlist on the 2010 part of the tour, and the song was occasionally performed with the pyrotechnic jackets, however this time it was done with both guitarists facing the audience.

Track listing
1. Du riechst so gut (Single Version) - 4:50 2. Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? (Album Version) - 5:19 3. Du riechst so gut (Scal Remix) by Project Pitchfork - 4:45 The Limited Edition features a scented digipack.

1998 re-release

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"Du riechst so gut '98"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Sehnsucht Released Format Genre April 17, 1998 CD Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 31:96 Motor Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Das Modell" (1997)

"Du Riechst So Gut '98" (1998)

"Stripped" (1998)

On April 17, 1998, "Du riechst so gut" was re-released as a single under the title, "Du riechst so gut '98". The song is exactly the same as the original, except the start is shorter and it features a new music video. It was released only a few months after Rammstein's second studio album, Sehnsucht.

Music video
The music video depicts the band members as some sort of Werewolf creatures, who look like albinos and follow a young woman to a castle, infect her, then escape. In the novel Day Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko it is mentioned that the werewolfs of the series played a part in creating the music video in order to romanticize themselves. The video first premiered on 25 May 1998. The videoclip was shot between 20 and 25 April 1998, at castle Babelsberg in Potsdam/Berlin, Jagdschlo in Berlin district Pankow and was directed by Philipp Stlzl.[4] The video was inspired by the 1984 film The Company of Wolves.

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Track listing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Du riechst so gut '98 - 4:24 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Faith No More) - 1:58 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Gnter Schulz-KMFDM & Hiwatt Marshall) - 4:07 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Sascha Konietzko-KMFDM) - 4:47 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Olav Bruhn-Bobo In White Wooden Houses) - 4:45 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Sascha Moser-Bobo In White Wooden Houses) - 3:53 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Jacob Hellner/Marc Stagg) - 4:34 Du riechst so gut ("Migrne"-RMX) by Gnter Schulz (KMFDM) - 5:18 Du riechst so gut '95 (Multimedia music video)

External links
Web's Boulevard - Rammstein and scientific-pop culture [5] (Brazil)

Footnotes
[1] Bootleg DVD shows Du riechst so gut in setlist (http:/ / polishtradingcrew. boo. pl/ en/ bootleg/ 1994-04-14-nato-leipzig-germany-rammstein-dvd) [2] Tour 2004 picture at media.rammstein.de (http:/ / media. rammstein. de/ bilder/ gallery/ tour_2004/ live/ 06. jpg) - Photo example [3] Tour 2005 picture at media.rammstein.de (http:/ / media. rammstein. de/ bilder/ gallery/ tour_2005/ 003. jpg) - Photo example [4] Du riechst so gut '98 Music Video (http:/ / en. affenknecht. com/ rammstein-videos/ du-riechst-so-gut-98/ ) [5] http:/ / www. websboulevard. blogspot. com/ Herzeleid Track listing Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? ("Do you want to see the bed in flames?") Der Meister ("The master") Weies Fleisch ("White flesh") Asche zu Asche ("Ashes to ashes") Seemann ("Seaman") Du riechst so gut ("You smell so good") Das alte Leid ("The old sorrow") Heirate mich ("Marry me") Herzeleid ("Heartache") Laichzeit ("Spawning time") Rammstein ("Rammstein")

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"Seemann"
"Seemann"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Herzeleid Released Format Recorded Genre January 8, 1996 CD Polar Studios, Stockholm, 1995 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 4:48 Motor Rammstein Jacob Hellner Carl-Michael Herlffson Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Writer(s) Producer

"Du riechst so gut" (1995)

"Seemann" "Engel" (1996) (1997)

"Seemann" is a song by Rammstein, released as the second single from their LP Herzeleid. Its translation is "Seaman" or "Sailor". The video shows Schneider, Riedel, Landers and Kruspe pulling a boat through the sand, with Till and a masked Flake inside. Later, they decide to keelhaul Till, still singing. The boat winds up in flames. The video is intertwined with shots of a woman, dressed like a prostitute.

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Track listing
1. "Seemann" - 4:49 2. "Der Meister" - 5:09 3. "Rammstein In The House (Timewriter-RMX)" 6:26

Live performances
The first known performance of the song is from the New Year's Eve 1994-1995 concert in Saalfeld, Germany. It was probably played at every date of the Herzeleid tour. In the Sehnsucht tour, during this song, Flake (keyboard) usually sat in a small inflatable boat and sailed over the crowd who waves and bring the boat back to the stage after a short tour. This stunt is now performed in Haifisch instead of Seemann. Never played in the Mutter or Reise, Reise tours, Seemann was probably last played on June 23, 1999 in Los Angeles, California. However, as of November 8, 2009 and a little more than ten years out of their setlists, Seemann returned for the first dates of the Liebe ist fr alle da tour, just to be dropped again later on the tour.

Apocalyptica cover
"Seemann"

Singleby Apocalyptica featuring Nina Hagen from the album Reflections Released Format Genre October 6, 2003 CD Cello rock Neue Deutsche Hrte Universal Apocalyptica singles chronology

Label

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"Faraway Vol.2" (2003)

"Seemann" (2003)

"Bittersweet" (2005)

Nina Hagen singles chronology

"Total Eclipse/Die schwarze Witwe" (2001)

"Seemann" (2003)

"Immer Lauter" (2004)

"Seemann" was covered by Finnish cello metal band Apocalyptica and featured Nina Hagen on the band's album, Reflections. It was released as a single on October 6, 2003. It was mixed and recorded by Mikko Raita.

Track listing
1. "Seemann" (Radio Edit) 4:03 2. "Seemann" (Album Version) 4:43 3. "Heat" 3:24 Other versions contain: 1. "Seemann" (Radio Edit) 4:03 2. "Faraway" 3:31

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"Engel"
"Engel"

Singleby Rammstein featuring Bobo from the album Sehnsucht Released Format Recorded Genre April 1, 1997 CD Temple Studios, Malta, 1997 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 4:24 Motor Jacob Hellner with Rammstein

Length Label Producer

Rammstein featuring Bobo singles chronology

"Seemann" "Engel" (1996) (1997)

"Du hast" (1997)

"Engel" (German for Angel) is a song by German Industrial metal band Rammstein. The song is released as the first single from their second album Sehnsucht. The remix of the song is used as the entrance theme for the Chikara heel stable Bruderschaft des Kreuzes.

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Recording
The female part of the chorus of the song is sung by Christiane "Bobolina" Hebold of the German pop band Bobo in White Wooden Houses.

Music video
The video for Engel appears to give a nod to one of the scenes in the movie From Dusk Till Dawn. While Lindemann, Schneider and Flake are in the audience in the video, Paul Landers can be seen taking Schneider's place by playing the drums and Richard and Ollie are seen singing.

Live performances
A regular during the Sehnsucht tour, it was used as the last song of the main set in non-festival concerts. In the first months of the Mutter tour, Engel appeared in the setlists sporadically, but became a regular again in November, and continued as the last song of the main set until the end of the tour. When performed on stage, flames shoot into the air, and Schneider's drumsticks would shoot sparks. On the 'Live aus Berlin' shows, Bobolina joins Rammstein to sing her parts from inside a flaming cage, instead of the usual pre-recorded chorus used in most of the shows. Engel was last performed live on July 13, 2002 [1]. After missing the entire Reise, Reise tour; Engel returned to the setlists as the closing song of the Liebe Ist Fr Alle Da tour, taking place during 2009 and 2010. This time around, vocalist Till Lindemann sang the chorus instead of Bobo's pre-recorded lines. For the pyrotechnics, Lindemann wears a set angel wings that shoot flames off the tips and that have sparks go off along them [2].

Track listings
Single
1. Engel - 4:23 2. Sehnsucht - 4:02 3. Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Radio Edit) - 3:40 4. Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Instrumental Edit) - 3:32
Engel in the LIFAD Tour

5. Rammstein (Original) - 4:25

Fan Edition
A second single called Engel (Fan Edition) was released May 23, 1997. It includes different track listing from the original and different artwork, featuring Till. 1. 2. 3. 4. Engel (Extended Version) - 4:34 Feuerrder (Live Demo Version 1994) (Wheels of Fire) - 4:47 Wilder Wein (Demo Version 1994) (Wild Wine) - 5:41 Rammstein (Eskimos & Egypt Instrumental) - 3:27

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References
[1] http:/ / rammsteinniccage. com/ concerts/ shows/ 071302. html [2] http:/ / www. youtube. com/ watch?v=M9YkX7pBRm8

"Du hast"
"Du hast"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Sehnsucht Released Format Recorded Genre Length Label Writer(s) Producer 19 July 1997 Compact Disc Temple Studios, Malta, 1997 Neue Deutsche Hrte 3:55 Motor Rammstein Jacob Hellner with Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

"Engel" (1997)

"Du hast" (1997)

"Das Modell" (1997)

"Du hast" German, "You have", whose title is a play on the homophones "hast" and "hasst" ("have" and "hate"), is a song by German industrial metal band Rammstein. It was released as the second single from their second album Sehnsucht. The song is also arguably the band's most well known song, with "Feuer frei!" also being said to be their most well known song. It has appeared on numerous soundtracks for films, most notably The Matrix: Music from the Motion Picture, and is featured in the music video games Guitar Hero 5 and Rock Band 3. The main guitar riff of the song shows a strong resemblance to Ministry's song "Just One Fix"; the band themselves have stated Ministry as one of their primary influences.

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Overview
There are two versions of the song: the original version completely in German, and a second version partially in English. In the second version, the first chorus and the verses are in English and the last chorus is in German. The lyrics to the English version are not a direct translation from then German due to the use of a homonym between the German verbs haben (to have), and, hassen (to hate), in the original song. When conjugated in the second person singular form (i.e. "you"), the verbs haben and hassen become respectively hast and hasst. There is no phonetic difference between these two words. Due to the translational impossibility of retaining the homophone in English, the English version was changed from Du hast, meaning "you have," to Du hasst, meaning "you hate." The song is a play on German wedding vows. The refrain "Willst du bis der Tod euch scheidet, treu ihr sein fr alle Tage?" translates to "Do you[singular] want, until death separates you[plural], to be faithful to her for all time?" Instead of answering with "ja" (yes), the singer says "nein" (no), finally breaking his silence earlier in the song: "Du hast mich gefragt, und ich hab' nichts gesagt." This is in the present perfect and transliterates to "You have asked me, and I have said nothing," but is usually translated in the past tense to, "You asked me, and I said nothing." One time in the song, the refrain is sung with different words ("Willst du bis zum Tod der Scheide, sie lieben auch in schlechten Tagen?"). This translates as "Do you[singular] want, until the death of the vagina, to love her even in bad days?". Again, the singer responds with "Nein!".

Music video
The video, inspired by the 1992 film Reservoir Dogs, begins with Christoph Schneider and actress Astrid Meyerfeldt arriving in a Volga GAZ-21 car near a desolate nondescript small warehouse in the countryside. Schneider reaches into the backseat to get a bag and takes out a handgun, tucking it into the back of his pants as he walks into the building. Inside, the rest of the band are standing around wearing Cupid masks, cut off below the nose. The band take off their masks seeming pleased to see Schneider and start drinking, but the mood turns negative as evidenced by Lindemann hitting Schneider's character from a camera view. A shot showing a syringe being administered seems to be the reason for slurred views of the bands faces, all emphasizing the song chorus to the face of Schneider's character, presumed to be lying on the ground. A match is lit, lighting up a gasoline trail and an upstanding human figure is engulfed in flames. The entire band then walks outside, including Schneider completely unscathed as seen by Meyerfeldt waiting by the car. Schneider glances at Meyerfeldt, checks his watch and the car explodes behind the band walking in a line, unfazed by the explosion and not even looking behind.

Live performances
The first known performance of the song dates from 15 may 1997 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.[1] Over the years, several stunts have been used during the live performances of "Du hast", ranging from the dildo used in "Bck dich", to the bow used in "Du riechst so gut". In their Reise, Reise and Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da tour, flames shoot several feet into the air and Till Lindemann shot with a different bow into the air, "starting" a chain reaction that fired rockets over the audience. Being a fan favorite, it has been played in almost every concert to date since its initial performance.

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Track listing
All songs written and composed by Rammstein.
No. Title 1. "Du hast (Single Version)" 2. "Bck dich (Album Version)" 3. "Du hast (Remix by Jacob Hellner)" 4. "Du hast (Remix by Clawfinger)" The UK version of the single does not include "Bck dich". Length 3:54 3:21 6:44 5:23

Covers
Heavy metal band Black Warrant covered the song in which appeared on their 2006 release Recover II. Ukrainian pop singer Verka Serduchka covered the song in 2007 for the Ukranian TV. Hannibal performed "Du hast" live at the first Scorpions Festival 2007 (18 June 2007) at Karaiskaki Stadium, Piraeus, Athens. Turkish rap rock band Manga performed the song live in Istanbul in 2006. Battery did a cover of the song, which is found on the Feuer Frei! single.

Chart performance
"Du hast" hit #20 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in the United States. It is the highest charting German language song in the history of that chart.
Chart (1997) Peak position 5 [2] [3] 10 2 33 186 20

German Singles Chart Austrian Singles Chart

Canadian RPM Alternative 30 Swiss Singles Chart UK Singles Chart [4]

US Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks

References
[1] "RammsteinNicCage.com Concert Info - Amsterdam, The Netherlands - April 9, 1997" (http:/ / rammsteinniccage. com/ concerts/ shows/ 040997. html). . Retrieved 14 June 2009. [2] "Rammstein - Du hast - austriancharts.at (in German)" (http:/ / austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Du+ hast& cat=s). . Retrieved 14 June 2009. [3] "Rock/Alternative - Volume 68, No. 6, November 02 1998" (http:/ / www. collectionscanada. gc. ca/ rpm/ 028020-119. 01-e. php?brws_s=1& file_num=nlc008388. 7037& type=1& interval=24& PHPSESSID=c6btf3r8hs459qqt5ln3o3dcv5). RPM. . Retrieved 2010-10-19. [4] "Rammstein - Du hast - hitparade.ch (in German)" (http:/ / hitparade. ch/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Du+ hast& cat=s). . Retrieved 14 June 2009.

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"Das Modell"
"Das Model"

German sleeve Singleby Kraftwerk from the album The Man-Machine B-side "Neonlicht" (1978, Germany) "The Model" (1981, Germany) "Computer Love" (1981, UK) September 1978 (Germany) December 1981 (UK) 7" vinyl, 12" vinyl

Released

Format

Recorded 19771978 Genre Length Label Synthpop 3:38 EMI Kling Klang 1C 00645109 (1978, Germany) EMI Kling Klang 1C 006 78078(1981, Germany) EMI Capitol EMI5207 (UK)

Writer(s) Ralf Htter, Karl Bartos, Emil Schult Producer Ralf Htter, Florian Schneider

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Kraftwerk German singles

[1]

chronology

"Die Roboter" (1978)

"Das Model" (1978)

"Taschenrechner" (1981)

"The Model"

UK sleeve [2] Kraftwerk UK singles chronology

"Computer Love" (1981)

"The Model" (1981)

"Showroom Dummies" (1982)

"Das Model" (spelling on album: "Das Modell"; English version title: "The Model") is a song recorded by the electro-pop group Kraftwerk in 1978; written by musicians Ralf Htter and Karl Bartos, with artist Emil Schult collaborating on the lyrics. It is featured on the album, Die Mensch-Maschine; English version title: The Man-Machine. It is one of the band's most accessible and melodic songs. First released as a 7" single in Germany (B-side: "Neonlicht"), under its English translation the song was eventually included on the B-side of the "Computer Love" single released in July 1981, which reached #36 in the UK charts. When radio DJs started playing the B-side, EMI re-issued the single in December 1981 apparently against the band's wishes with "The Model" as the A-side. It reached #1 in February 1982 and spent a total of 21 weeks in the top 75 of the UK singles charts.[3]

Chart performance

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Chart (1978)

Peak position [4] [5] 43 39 Peak position 7 41 4 1

Dutch GfK chart

U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart (1982)

German Singles Chart Dutch GfK chart [4] [6]

Irish Singles Chart UK Singles Chart

[3]

Rammstein version
"Das Modell"

Singleby Rammstein B-side "Kokain" "Alter Mann" 23 November 1997 Enhanced CD, CD Temple Studios, Malta, 1997 Neue Deutsche Hrte, industrial metal 4:46 Motor Music Ralf Htter, Karl Bartos, Emil Schult Jacob Hellner with Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Released Format Recorded Genre Length Label Writer(s) Producer

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"Du hast" (1997)

"Das Modell" (1997)

"Du riechst so gut '98" (1998)

German metal band Rammstein covered the German version of "Das Model" in 1997 as "Das Modell". It was released as a non-album single. "Das Modell" is introduced by a French phrase spoken by film editor Mathilde Bonnefoy:[7] "Mesdames et messieurs, nous avons l'honneur ce soir, de vous prsenter la nouvelle collection de Rammstein" which translates to "Ladies and Gentlemen, tonight we have the honor to present you with the new collection of Rammstein" something that one would expect to hear about a clothing collection. The beginning sounds like a fashion catwalk. Someone belches then a bump and a scream is heard, followed by laughter and cameras clicking, apparently to sound as if the model stumbled and fell. The single contains three non-album tracks taken from the Sehnsucht recording sessions. In the special version of "Alter Mann", Bobo (Christiane Hebold) sings alongside Till Lindemann in the chorus. Also included is the computer game "Asche zu Asche" for Microsoft Windows.

Live versions
Despite being a single, "Das Modell" has only been played live once, on 23 October 1998 in St. Louis, MO, USA, during the Family Values Tour.[8] It had a shortened intro and outro, making it one of the few Rammstein songs to be shortened instead of extended when played live. The second song Kokain was also played in concerts two or three times. Moreover Lorenz stated it was a difficult song to put across live (http:/ / herzeleid. com/ en/ press/ 2000-12_flake_chat)

Track listings
Promo CD Germany: Motor Music / 569 029-2
No. Title Writer(s) Length 4:46 3:09

1. "Das Modell" Ralf Htter, Karl Bartos, Emil Schult 2. "Kokain" Rammstein

Enhanced CD Germany: Motor Music / 569 029-2


No. Title 1. "Das Modell" 2. "Kokain" 3. "Alter Mann (Special Version)" (featuring Bobo) Writer(s) Htter, Bartos, Schult Rammstein Rammstein Length 4:46 3:09 4:22 n/a

4. "Rammstein Computerspiel fr Windows" (Rammstein computer game for Windows) n/a

Das Modell was rereleased in 2010 as a digital download, but the videogame is currently not available for download.

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Chart performance
Chart (1997/1998) Peak position 5 [9] 18 41

German Singles Chart Austrian Singles Chart Swedish Singles Chart

[10]

Other cover versions


The song was first covered by Snakefinger on his debut LP Chewing Hides the Sound in 1979. Noise rock pioneers Big Black covered the song on their 1987 album Songs About Fucking. It has also been covered by The Cardigans, Terrorvision (with Die Cheerleader), Carter USM, Zippy Kid, Canasta, The Divine Comedy, Electric Six, Yat-Kha, Balanescu Quartet, Hikashu, Ride, Chris Whitley, Supernaut, Aviador Dro, Veronika Zemanov, Elkeliset and Zoot Woman, Scala & Kolacny Brothers, Russian experimental surf rock band Messer Chups, Demolition Group, Wunderkind, the Dutch band Treble Spankers, Fink, English Folk Band Tickled Pink, Sopor Aeternus & the Ensemble of Shadows (sung in Latin, and released under the title 'Modela Est') as well as a French version by Canadian electro=pop duo Lola Dutronic. Argentinian dance act Clotta ("La modelo"), Adrian Edmondson's folk band the Bad Shepherds covered the song on their debut album Yan, Tyan, Tethera, Methera! released in 2009. Brazilian singer Seu Jorge covered the song on his 2010 covers album "Seu Jorge and Almaz", and so did Tangerine Dream in their 2010 album Under Cover - Chapter One.

References
[1] "Kraftwerk International Discography: Germany" (http:/ / www. poecker. homepage. t-online. de/ 01/ kwdisca. htm#germany). . Retrieved 4 April 2009. [2] "Kraftwerk International Discography: Britain" (http:/ / www. poecker. homepage. t-online. de/ 01/ kwdisca. htm#britain). . Retrieved 4 April 2009. [3] "Chart Stats - Kraftwerk - The Model/Computer Love" (http:/ / www. chartstats. com/ songinfo. php?id=9464). . Retrieved 14 June 2009. [4] "dutchcharts.nl - Kraftwerk - The Model (in Dutch)" (http:/ / dutchcharts. nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Kraftwerk& titel=The+ Model& cat=s). . Retrieved 4 April 2009. [5] "allmusic ((( Kraftwerk > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles )))" (http:/ / www. allmusic. com/ artist/ p4706). . Retrieved 14 June 2009. [6] "irishcharts.ie search results" (http:/ / www. irishcharts. ie). . Retrieved 4 April 2009. [7] "Rammstein - Das Modell (CD, Maxi, Enh) at Discogs" (http:/ / www. discogs. com/ Rammstein-Das-Modell/ release/ 221592). . Retrieved 22 April 2009. [8] "Rammstein - RammsteinNicCage.com - Concert Info - St. Louis, MO, USA - October 23, 1998" (http:/ / rammsteinniccage. com/ concerts/ shows/ 102398. html). . Retrieved 23 April 2009. [9] "Rammstein - Das Modell - austriancharts.at (in German)" (http:/ / austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Das+ Modell& cat=s). . Retrieved 23 April 2009. [10] "swedishcharts.com - Rammstein - Das Modell" (http:/ / swedishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Das+ Modell& cat=s). . Retrieved 23 April 2009.

External links
Das Model (http://www.discogs.com/master/111812) at Discogs (list of releases) 70 "Das Modell" covers (http://the-nepodarki.ru/goodies/view61.html) (Russian)

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"Du riechst so gut '98"


Du riechst so gut (German for "You smell so good") is a song by the German Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein. It was the band's first single and was released on its first album, Herzeleid. It describes the inner thoughts of a predator hunting his prey. The title is said to be inspired by Patrick Sskind's Perfume, a favourite novel of Till Lindemann's, the singer of the band.

Music video
A music video was released for this single, depicting the band members shirtless in an all white environment. The video opens with a Doberman Pinscher walking across the screen, with repeated cuts throughout of the dog looking curiously at the camera along with flowers shown in the Herzeleid album cover and this single. Till Lindemann is portrayed in simple close-up shots, sternly singing the lyrics and at one point sporting a menacing pair of goggles. These are strikingly similar to Till's eyepieces shown on the Sehnsucht cover.

Live story
The song was first performed during the very first Rammstein show, on April 14, 1994 in Leipzig, Germany.[1] A fan favorite, it was used as the last song of the show during many of the Herzeleid tour concerts. During live concerts in the Sehnsucht tour, Till usually simulated firing rockets over the audience with a bow (actually propelled sitting on a string) and then the bow started to propel sparks in all directions as Till rotated it. During some concerts, he used it during different songs, like Laichzeit at the Bizarre Festival in 1997, or Du hast, during the Family Values tour in 1998. Guitarists Paul and Richard would conduct the audience during the extended solo. The song wasn't played at all during the whole 2001-2002 Mutter tour, but it returned to the setlists on their Reise, Reise tour. This time Richard and Paul wore jackets that shot flames/sparks from one of their sleeves, running from the shoulder down to their forearms;[2] one would stand facing away from the audience, the other would stand facing the audience, and then the pyrotechnics would be activated simultaneously while the two performed the tapping hammer on solo.[3] After being dropped for the Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da tour in 2009, the song returned to the setlist on the 2010 part of the tour, and the song was occasionally performed with the pyrotechnic jackets, however this time it was done with both guitarists facing the audience.

Track listing
1. Du riechst so gut (Single Version) - 4:50 2. Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? (Album Version) - 5:19 3. Du riechst so gut (Scal Remix) by Project Pitchfork - 4:45 The Limited Edition features a scented digipack.

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"Du riechst so gut '98"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Sehnsucht Released Format Genre April 17, 1998 CD Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 31:96 Motor Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Das Modell" (1997)

"Du Riechst So Gut '98" (1998)

"Stripped" (1998)

On April 17, 1998, "Du riechst so gut" was re-released as a single under the title, "Du riechst so gut '98". The song is exactly the same as the original, except the start is shorter and it features a new music video. It was released only a few months after Rammstein's second studio album, Sehnsucht.

Music video
The music video depicts the band members as some sort of Werewolf creatures, who look like albinos and follow a young woman to a castle, infect her, then escape. In the novel Day Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko it is mentioned that the werewolfs of the series played a part in creating the music video in order to romanticize themselves. The video first premiered on 25 May 1998. The videoclip was shot between 20 and 25 April 1998, at castle Babelsberg in Potsdam/Berlin, Jagdschlo in Berlin district Pankow and was directed by Philipp Stlzl.[4] The video was inspired by the 1984 film The Company of Wolves.

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Track listing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Du riechst so gut '98 - 4:24 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Faith No More) - 1:58 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Gnter Schulz-KMFDM & Hiwatt Marshall) - 4:07 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Sascha Konietzko-KMFDM) - 4:47 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Olav Bruhn-Bobo In White Wooden Houses) - 4:45 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Sascha Moser-Bobo In White Wooden Houses) - 3:53 Du riechst so gut (RMX By Jacob Hellner/Marc Stagg) - 4:34 Du riechst so gut ("Migrne"-RMX) by Gnter Schulz (KMFDM) - 5:18 Du riechst so gut '95 (Multimedia music video)

External links
Web's Boulevard - Rammstein and scientific-pop culture [5] (Brazil)

Footnotes
[1] Bootleg DVD shows Du riechst so gut in setlist (http:/ / polishtradingcrew. boo. pl/ en/ bootleg/ 1994-04-14-nato-leipzig-germany-rammstein-dvd) [2] Tour 2004 picture at media.rammstein.de (http:/ / media. rammstein. de/ bilder/ gallery/ tour_2004/ live/ 06. jpg) - Photo example [3] Tour 2005 picture at media.rammstein.de (http:/ / media. rammstein. de/ bilder/ gallery/ tour_2005/ 003. jpg) - Photo example [4] Du riechst so gut '98 Music Video (http:/ / en. affenknecht. com/ rammstein-videos/ du-riechst-so-gut-98/ ) Herzeleid Track listing Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? ("Do you want to see the bed in flames?") Der Meister ("The master") Weies Fleisch ("White flesh") Asche zu Asche ("Ashes to ashes") Seemann ("Seaman") Du riechst so gut ("You smell so good") Das alte Leid ("The old sorrow") Heirate mich ("Marry me") Herzeleid ("Heartache") Laichzeit ("Spawning time") Rammstein ("Rammstein")

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"Stripped"
"Stripped"

Singleby Depeche Mode from the album Black Celebration B-side Released Format "But Not Tonight" February 10, 1986 Vinyl (7" and 12") CD (1991 box set) Late 1985 Dark Wave 3:50 (7"/single version) 6:41 (12" version) 4:16 (album version) Mute Martin Gore Depeche Mode, Daniel Miller, Gareth Jones Depeche Mode singles chronology

Recorded Genre Length

Label Writer(s) Producer

"It's Called a Heart" (1985)

"Stripped" (1986)

"A Question of Lust" (1986)

"Stripped" is Depeche Mode's fifteenth UK single, released on February 10, 1986. It was the first single from the album Black Celebration, and the band's thirteenth overall and sixth consecutive single to hit the UK Top 20, peaking at #15. "Stripped" is well known for its innovative use of sampling. The underlying beat is a distorted and slowed-down sound of a motorcycle engine running, while the main melody begins with a car's ignition starting, and the end uses sounds of fireworks.[1] The band's U.S. label Sire Records, however, decided to use the B-side "But Not Tonight" in the soundtrack to the movie Modern Girls and included the song on US editions of Black Celebration. As a result, the single was flipped, and released as "But Not Tonight" in the United States. The single did not chart. The band was not happy with this

"Stripped" decision, seeing "But Not Tonight" as a useless poppy track recorded in less than a day. The other two B-Sides are "Breathing in Fumes" and "Black Day". "Breathing in Fumes" is a new song using samples from "Stripped", mixed by the band and Thomas Stiehler. "Black Day" is an acoustic, alternative version of "Black Celebration" sung by Martin Gore, and is co-written by him, Alan Wilder, and producer Daniel Miller - the only Depeche Mode song where Miller receives a writing credit. The "Highland Mix" of "Stripped" was mixed by Mark Ellis (better known as Flood), who in the future would produce Depeche Mode's Violator and Songs of Faith and Devotion records. UK Editions of the Black Celebration CD include the extended remix of "But Not Tonight" along with "Black Day", and "Breathing in Fumes" as bonus tracks. The music video for "Stripped" was the last Depeche Mode video to be directed by Peter Care and was filmed outside of Hansa Studios. The music video for "But Not Tonight" was directed by Tamra Davis and is available in multiple versions.

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Track listings
"But Not Tonight"

Singleby Depeche Mode B-side Released Format Recorded Genre Length "Stripped" October 22, 1986 Vinyl Late 1985 Alternative dance, synthpop 3:54 (7"/Single Version) 6:17 (12" Version) Mute Martin Gore Depeche Mode, Daniel Miller, Gareth Jones Depeche Mode singles chronology

Label Writer(s) Producer

"A Question of Time" (1986)

"But Not Tonight" (1986)

"Strangelove (song)" (1987)

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7": Mute / Bong10 (UK)


1. "Stripped" 3:47 2. "But Not Tonight" 4:15

12": Mute / 12Bong10 (UK)


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. "Stripped (Highland Mix)" 6:40 "But Not Tonight (Extended Remix)" 5:11 "Breathing in Fumes" 6:04 "Fly on the Windscreen (Quiet Mix)" 4:23 "Black Day" 2:34

CD: Mute / CDBong10 (UK)


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. "Stripped" 3:53 "But Not Tonight" 4:17 "Stripped (Highland Mix)" 6:42 "But Not Tonight (Extended Remix)" 5:14 "Breathing in Fumes" 6:06 "Fly on the Windscreen (Quiet Mix)" 4:25 "Black Day" 2:37

The CD single was released in 1991 as part of the singles box set compilations.

7": Sire / 7-28564 (US)


1. "But Not Tonight" [*] 3:54 2. "Stripped " 3:59

12": Sire / 0-20578 (US)


1. 2. 3. 4. "But Not Tonight (Extended Mix)" [*] 6:17 "Breathing in Fumes" 6:04 "Stripped (Highland Mix)" 6:41 "Black Day" 2:35

[*] The 7" and 12" versions on the US "But Not Tonight" single are different versions than used on the UK singles they were remixed by Robert Margouleff. The 12" later appeared on the rare fourth disc of Depeche Mode's remix compilation, "Remixes 8104" Remixes 8104, as the Margouleff Dance Mix.

CD: Intercord / INT 826.835 (Germany)


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. "Stripped (Highland Mix)" 6:40 "But Not Tonight (Extended Remix)" 5:11 "Breathing in Fumes" 6:04 "Fly on the Windscreen (Quiet Mix)" 4:23 "Black Day" 2:34

The German CD was released in 1986 All songs written by Martin L. Gore except "Black Day" which is written by Gore, Alan Wilder, and Daniel Miller

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Chart performance
Country Peak position 4 8 9 [2] [3] [3] [4] [3]

Germany Switzerland Sweden United Kingdom New Zealand

15 41

Rammstein cover
German Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein released a cover of "Stripped" in 1998. This version cuts the line "Let me see you stripped down to the bone" to "Let me see you stripped". (The entire line is restored in the "Heavy Mental Mix" by Charlie Clouser.) The song was originally on the tribute album, For the Masses and reached #14 in the German single charts.[5] The song also appears as a hidden track on some editions of the band's sophomore release Sehnsucht. It was the first English song released by the band.

Other versions
In 1997, the German electrogoth band In Strict Confidence recorded a version of the song. Their version, however, is very different and almost ten minutes long. Also, in 1997, the Swedish electro/synth-pop band Statemachine released a version of "Stripped" on their album Legerdemain. The Italian progressive death/doom metal band Novembre covered 'Stripped' on the album 1995 album Arte Novecento The USA one-man based black metal Leviathan covered 'Stripped' on Demo Five. In 2001, Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots covered "But Not Tonight" for the soundtrack to Not Another Teen Movie. In 2004, German techno band Scooter covered "Stripped" on their album Mind the Gap, and later on their 2006 live album Excess All Areas. In 2007 they produced a download-only orchestral version of the song. Also in 2004, Jimmy Somerville covered "But Not Tonight" on his album Home Again. In 2005, Shiny Toy Guns covered "Stripped" on Goth Electro Tribute to Depeche Mode. The single can also be found on the second version of their 2005 album "We Are Pilots". Swedish rock band Kent used to end many of their concerts during the Isola tour in 1998 by playing a cover of "Stripped", announcing it as "one of our favorite songs, that we sadly didn't write ourselves". This version was also performed on Swedish talk show Sen Kvll Med Luuk. In 2005, American electro industrial band Brainclaw covered "Stripped" and released it as a digital single. British band, Long-View, covered Stripped and released as a single. The intro to "But Not Tonight" is heavily sampled (with notes rearranged and set to a 3/4 beat) in the 2002 Dntel song, "Don't Get Your Hopes Up." The song was released on a 7" vinyl, Styrofoam/Dntel Split. In 2006, Darkwave-revival duo She Wants Revenge covered the song live at the Jet Nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada.[6] The California rock band Drist covered the song on their album, "Orchids And Ammunition" in 2006.

"Stripped" In 2009, English power pop band Magic Eight Ball released their own version of "Stripped" as a limited edition CD and download single on iTunes. Sylvain Chauveau covered the song for 'Down to the Bone - An Acoustic Tribute to Depeche Mode' with Ensemble Nocturne.

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References
[1] " A Recoil Retrospective - Depeche Mode special part 1: Black Celebration (http:/ / www. recoil. co. uk/ editorials/ 8698/ bc/ bc_07. html)" Recoil.co.uk. Retrieved October 16, 2010. [2] German single charts for Depeche Mode (http:/ / musicline. de/ de/ chartverfolgung_summary/ artist/ Depeche+ Mode) Musicline.de. Retrieved October 17, 2010. [3] Stripped single charts at Swiss Hitparade.ch (http:/ / hitparade. ch/ showitem. asp?interpret=Depeche+ Mode& titel=Stripped& cat=s) Hitparade.ch. Retrieved October 17, 2010. [4] Depeche Mode UK Chart Stats (http:/ / www. chartstats. com/ artistinfo. php?id=375) ChartStats.com. retrieved October 17, 2010. [5] German single charts for Rammstein (http:/ / musicline. de/ de/ chartverfolgung_summary/ artist/ RAMMSTEIN/ single) Musicline.de. Retrieved May 21, 2011. [6] She Wants Revenge IMEEM (http:/ / shewantsrevengemusic. imeem. com/ video/ KFP6XfG4/ she_wants_revenge_covers_depech_modes_stripped_in_las_vegas/ )

External links
Single information from the official Depeche Mode web site (http://archives.depechemode.com/discography/ singles/15_stripped.html)

"Asche zu Asche"
"Asche zu Asche"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Herzeleid Released Format Recorded Genre 15 January 2001 CD Polar Studios, Stockholm, 1995 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:51

Length

"Asche zu Asche"

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Label Producer Motor Jacob Hellner and Carl-Michael Herlffson Rammstein singles chronology

"Stripped" (1998)

"Asche zu Asche" (2001)

"Sonne" (2001)

"Asche zu Asche" is a single by the German band Rammstein, from their first studio album, Herzeleid. The single was included as a "Bonus CD" for the re-released Australian Tour Edition of Sehnsucht, and as a separate CD Single. It contains the 1995 album version of "Asche zu Asche", and five live tracks taken from Live Aus Berlin. It was only released in Australia as promotion of the Big Day Out Festival '01, for which Rammstein were a headlining act.

Live story
Since its release, "Asche zu Asche" has been a staple in Rammstein's live shows. It's the only Rammstein song to have been played in every one of the band's tours. During performances the microphone stands would be set on fire near the end of the song and clouds of smoke would cover the stage. The song was played at almost every concert from 1995 to 2002. Initially it wasn't played during the Reise, Reise tour, but it was included again by the end of February 2005, ultimately replacing "Rein, Raus" in the setlists. More recently, "Asche zu Asche" has been absent during most of the Liebe ist fr alle da tour, but has made some rare appearances in Germany and Denmark, replacing the song Ich tu dir weh, which was indexed by the German Bundesprfstelle fr jugendgefhrdende Medien. During this performances, the effects used for Ich tu dir weh are used, which means the flaming stand has not been used.

Tracklisting
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Asche zu Asche (Album Version) Spiel mit mir (Live Version) Laichzeit (Live Version) Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? (Live Version) Engel (Live Version) Asche zu Asche (Live Version) Website extras included as Enhanced CD content

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Charts
Year 2001 Chart Australian ARIA Singles Chart Peak [1] 94

References
[1] http:/ / pandora. nla. gov. au/ pan/ 23790/ 20020221-0000/ www. aria. com. au/ issue569. PDF

External links
Web's Boulevard - Rammstein and scientific-pop culture (http://www.websboulevard.blogspot.com/)
Herzeleid Track listing Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? ("Do you want to see the bed in flames?") Der Meister ("The master") Weies Fleisch ("White flesh") Asche zu Asche ("Ashes to ashes") Seemann ("Seaman") Du riechst so gut ("You smell so good") Das alte Leid ("The old sorrow") Heirate mich ("Marry me") Herzeleid ("Heartache") Laichzeit ("Spawning time") Rammstein ("Rammstein")

"Sonne"

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"Sonne"
"Sonne"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Mutter Released Format Recorded Genre 12 February 2001 CD Studio Miraval, France, 2000 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 4:32 Motor Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Asche zu Asche" (2001)

"Sonne" (2001)

"Links 2-3-4" (2001)

"Sonne" (German for "Sun") is a song by the German Neue Deutsche Hrte group Rammstein. It was the first single released from the then forthcoming album Mutter. According to Till Lindemann, the song was originally written as an entrance song for the boxer Vitali Klitschko, which was also the working title of the song.[1] An excerpt of "Sonne" was used in the 2002 movie FeardotCom, when the psychopathic torturist abducted an unsuspecting aspiring actress.

Music video
The video features the band as dwarves working for a gold dust-addicted Snow White, driven by their sexual obsession towards her. Apparently, this came about while several of the band members were watching the old Disney film, Snow White, and had Sonne playing in the background, giving them the idea for the video. Also (as told by Paul in the Making Of Sonne video) the video came out of a video Olliver (bassist) did mixing the Sonne song and parts of the Snow White movie with his computer. The band supposedly went through nearly 40 different ideas

"Sonne" for the video such as the story of a boxer, before choosing the Snow White theme. One of the other ideas was a video about the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima (which would have matched the lyrics and the depressed-sounding vocalization). Lady Snow-White (German "Schneewittchen") is played by the Russian soap actress Joulia Stepanova. There is also an extended version which is longer and has more scenes in it (ex: Snow White smoking a cigarette while looking at a gold ring.)

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In popular culture
It was featured as the opening song, on the very first episode of Kerrang, with Marilyn Manson speaking before the song kicked in.[2]

Live story
It debuted as "Klitschko" on 16 April 2000. The song was very different from the final version released in Mutter. Sonne was also played in some concerts of the Big Day Out festival 2001, and those concerts were the only time the third verse of the song was sung. When played live, the band usually omits the final stanza, and instead they play a slightly longer intro and outro. Theatrical flames shoot several feet into the air when Rammstein plays the song. Since May 2001, Sonne has been played paired with Ich Will during the encores in every Rammstein concert to date.

Track listing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Sonne - 4:32 Adios - 3:48 Sonne (Clawfinger K.O. Remix) - 4:11 Sonne (Clawfinger T.K.O. Remix) - 5:52 Sonne (Instrumental) - 4:31

Also available as a 2-track CD, featuring Sonne and Adios.

References
[1] Rammstein Press: Maternity Leave (http:/ / herzeleid. com/ en/ press/ 2000-09_hammer) | Herzeleid.com | The number one source for Rammstein [2] First Kerrang Episode - http:/ / www. tv-ark. org. uk/ mivana/ mediaplayer. php?id=4d39fce97df33422bf5729adee4515be& media=kerrang_launch020401& type=mp4

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"Links 2-3-4"
"Links 2-3-4"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Mutter Released Format Recorded Genre May 14, 2001 CD Studio Miraval, France, 2000 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:36 Motor Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Sonne" (2001)

"Links 2-3-4" (2001)

"Ich will" (2001)

"Links 2-3-4" (German for Left 2-3-4) is a song by the Neue Deutsche Hrte band Rammstein, released on their third studio album, Mutter (Mother).

Overview
The lyrics were written in response to allegations of fascism/nazism directed at the band. In the song they say "my heart beats to the left, 2-3-4", meaning they are on the left of the political spectrum. The refrain is an allusion to the revolutionary song Einheitsfrontlied, written by Bertolt Brecht for the Communist Party of Germany in the 1930s and re-popularized by Hannes Wader in the German Democratic Republic.[1] The song uses an alternate pronunciation of the German two, using zwo (pronounced tsvo) rather than zwei (tsvy) (used on Sonne from the same album). "Zwo" is more commonly used within the German military, or in the Austrian dialect, and this song presents a strong, militaristic theme, 'left - two - three - four' being a common drill instructor's chant to keep a marching formation in step.

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Music video
The music video for the song uses CGI to portray the struggle of an ant colony against attacking beetles. During the video, the band can be seen playing on a movie theater screen. There is also a right hand covered by ants near the end of the video.

Live story
The song debuted live in April 2000 on a concert just for members of the fan club. Then it was called simply "Links" and had some minor differences compared to the final version released in Mutter. It was also played during some concerts of Big Day Out 2001. When played live, it usually extends to almost 5 minutes because of added instrumentals. Since its debut, it has been played in virtually every Rammstein concert, exceptions being most of the shows in Big Day Out 2001 and three consecutive concerts exclusively for members of the Fan Area in October 2004.

Track listing
The single has a B-side of "Halleluja", a track frequently performed live by the band. It is also available on the Limited Edition release of Mutter, as well as some Japanese releases and Resident Evil Soundtrack. A DVD version of "Links 2-3-4" contains the audio tracks, as well as a video portion with the official music video, its making-of documentary and a photo gallery. Both videos were subsequently re-released on the Lichtspielhaus DVD.

Maxi-CD
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. "Links 2 3 4" - 3:43 "Halleluja" - 3:46 "Links 2 3 4 (Clawfinger Geradeaus Remix)" - 4:28 "Links 2 3 4 (Westbam Technolectro Mix)" - 5:58 "Links 2 3 4 (Westbam Hard Rock Cafe Bonus Mix)" 3:43

The 2-track CD features Links 2 3 4 and Hallelujah.

DVD Maxi-Single
Audio Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. "Links 2 3 4" - 3:43 "Halleluja" - 3:46 "Links 2 3 4 (Clawfinger Geradeaus Remix)" - 4:28 "Links 2 3 4 (Westbam Technolectro Mix)" - 5:58 "Links 2 3 4 (Westbam Hard Rock Cafe Bonus Mix)" 3:43

Video Part 1. "Links 2 3 4 (Video)" - 3:37 2. "Links 2 3 4 (Making of)" 3. Photo gallery

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Popular culture
This song was featured in the CSI episode "What's Eating Gilbert Grissom?" during a scene in a sex shop.

References
[1] laut.de | Laut.de Rammstein: Das Herz schlgt links, oder? (http:/ / www. laut. de/ vorlaut/ news/ 2000/ 12/ 14/ 01319/ index. htm)

"Ich will"

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"Ich will"
"Ich will"

Singleby Rammstein from the album 'Mutter' Released Format Recorded Genre September 10, 2001 Compact Disc Studio Miraval, France, 2000 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:37 Motor Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Links 2-3-4" (2001)

"Ich will" (2001)

"Mutter" (2002)

"Ich will" (German for I want) is a single by Rammstein. It was originally released in Germany on September 10, 2001. Since it was released the day before the September 11, 2001 attacks, many channels did not air the music video (which was to debut on U.S. television the night of September 11, 2001). The German single contains a live cover version of The Ramones' song "Pet Sematary", sung by keyboardist Flake.

Music video
The music video of "Ich will" features the band members engaging in a bank robbery. The video shows both the robbery and its aftermath, and moves between these two scenes. The robbery: The band is shown entering a bank wearing stockings over their heads, except for Flake, who has a very large and elaborate-looking bomb strapped to his chest. Various band members (excluding Flake) later leave the bank and are confronted with both Spezialeinsatzkommando and media. The reaction of the media towards the Rammstein band members is quite outlandish, as they are celebrated by the media. At the very end of the video, the timer on Flake's bomb reaches zero. The video quickly flicks through a series of short clips from some of

"Ich will" Rammstein's other music videos, then comes to an end. The aftermath: The band (Flake excluded) emerges from a bus wearing shackles and prison attire. They are surrounded by a large crowd and the media, and the crowd cheers for them. They step up to a podium and receive a Goldene Kamera (Golden Camera) award, a German version of the Emmy award. Behind the band is a large, sepia picture of Flake and a coffin which is supposedly the place where his "remains" lie (most of the "aftermath" is shown at the beginning of the clip, although it is also revisited later). In an interview, Rammstein described the music video of "Ich Will" as being a demonstration of the media's obsession with a good story, as well as an illustration of the immortality that can be achieved by those who commit wrongs. The video was filmed in Berlin in the former State Council building (Staatsratsgebude) of the German Democratic Republic which now houses the European School of Management and Technology.

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Live story
Along with "Nebel", "Ich will" was the only song from Mutter that was not played live in its demo form in the concert for members of the Fan Area on April 2000. Instead, it debuted on May 1, 2001, in another concert for members of the Fan Area. When played live, explosions are part of the performance, and it usually closes the show during festivals. It has been played paired with Sonne during the encores in every Rammstein concert to date since its debut, exceptions being three consecutive concerts for members of the Fan Area in October 2004.

Track listing
Maxi-single 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ich will (Album Version) - 3:37 Ich will (Live) - 4:17 Ich will (Westbam Mix) - 6:19 Ich will (Paul van Dyk Mix) - 6:13 Pet Sematary (Performed live with Clawfinger) - 6:31 Ich will (Live CD-R Track) - 4:05

Comes as a 2-track CD with Ich will (Album Version) and Ich will (Live). UK CD Part 1 (Red Cover) 1. 2. 3. 4. Ich will (Radio Edit) Links 2 3 4 (Clawfinger Geradeaus Remix) - 4:28 Du hast (Remix By Jacob Hellner) - 6:44 Ich will (Video) - 4:05

UK CD Part 2 (Green Cover) 1. Ich will (Radio Edit) 2. Halleluja - 3:45 3. Stripped (Heavy Mental Mix By Charlie Clouser) - 5:18 UK DVD Part 3 (Orange Cover) Ich will (Live Video Version) 4 x 30 Seconds Video Clips Bck dich Rammstein Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen? Asche zu Asche

"Ich will" Photo Gallery (10 Shots) 2 x Audio Tracks Feuerrder (Live Demo Version 1994) Rammstein (Live)

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References External links


Making of "Ich Will" video (http://www.rammsteinniccage.com/media/interviews/ichwilldoku01en.html) an interview with Rammstein

"Mutter"

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"Mutter"
"Mutter"

Singleby Rammstein from the album 'Mutter' Released Format Recorded Genre March 25, 2002 CD Studio Miraval, France, 2000 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 4:28 Motor Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Ich will" (2001)

"Mutter" (2002)

"Feuer frei!" (2002)

"Mutter" (German for mother) is a song by Rammstein on the album of the same name.

Overview
The song was confirmed by Till Lindemann and Richard Kruspe to be a reference to their unhappy childhood relationships with their own mothers. The lyrics tell the story of a child not born from a womb but in an experiment, thus having no true father or mother. The decidedly depressing lyrics describe his plan to kill both the mother "who never gave birth to him" and himself, a plan which he proceeds to carry out. However, he still fails to kill himself, instead ending up mutilated and no better off than before. The child begs, possibly prays, for strength, but his dead mother does not answer. The narrative of the song is similar to Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, in that the character takes revenge for his misfortunes on his 'parent', and then ends up no different than he was before the 'parent' died. The video for Mutter follows the storyline of the song, whereby the character kills his mother and then dumps her body in a river, ending with the character in a cage or dungeon that is set into the ground.

"Mutter" The single includes an instrumental song, 5/4, that was played as intro for live shows since 2000, but wasn't released until 2002.

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Live story
It debuted on April 2000 in its demo form, in a concert exclusively for members of the fan area. The only difference between it and the final release was that the demo version was less orchestrated. During the Mutter tour, it was played at every concert, and played in select concerts in the Pledge of Allegiances tour in North America. "Mutter" has not been played live since the end of the Mutter tour in 2002.

Track listing
1. 2. 3. 4. Mutter (Radio Edit) - 3:40 Mutter (Vocoder Mix) - 4:32 5/4 - 5:30 Mutter (Sono's Inkubator Mix) - 7:22

The 2-track edition included Mutter (Radio Edit) and 5/4.

External links
Web's Boulevard [1] - Rammstein and pop culture (Brazil)

References
[1] http:/ / www. websboulevard. com/

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"Feuer frei!"
"Feuer frei!"

Singleby Rammstein from the album 'Mutter' Released Format Recorded Genre Length Label Producer 14 October 2002 Compact Disc Studio Miraval, France, 2000 Industrial metal 3:08 Motor Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

"Mutter" (2002)

"Feuer frei!" (2002)

"Mein Teil" (2004)

"Feuer frei!" is a song by German rock band Rammstein. The song is released as the fifth single from their third album Mutter. The title is from the command to start shooting in German military language, can be compared to "fire at will", or "open fire" (literally, "fire freely!"). The single charted in Germany, peaking at number 33, and in the UK at number 35.

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Live performances
"Feuer Frei!" debuted live in a concert exclusively for members of the fan area in April 2000, when it was called "Punk". Its next performance wasn't until May 2001 (this version being the album one) and since then, it has been played in almost every Rammstein concert. During live performances of this song Richard, Paul, Till and sometimes Ollie will wear masks with flamethrowers attached that shoot flames several feet into the air.

A performance of Feuer Frei!

Overview
"Feuer frei!" is one of the band's most known songs, and is credited as their most popular. The song is featured in the film xXx, it is also featured during the CSI episode "Slaves of Las Vegas". The UK Feuer frei!! single was released in three parts (2 CD's, 1 DVD), in three different colours (Yellow-Green-Orange), each with different tracklistings. The video was directed by Rob Cohen who also directed the movie xXx. The video for "Feuer frei!" was released in America on MTV, to promote the film xXx. The music video consisted of the band playing on a fiery stage, with several clips from the film. On xXx, Rammstein is featured playing the song in a club in Prague.

Track listing
German version 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Feuer Frei! - 3:13 Feuer Frei! (Rammstein vs. Junkie XL Remix) - 4:10 Feuer Frei! (Rammstein Remix 130) - 3:44 Feuer Frei! (Rammstein Remix 95) - 3:34 Du hast (A Tribute to Rammstein" Cover version by Battery) - 4:42 Bck dich (A Tribute to Rammstein" Cover version by Battery) - 3:39

UK version, part 1 (yellow cover) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Feuer Frei! - 3:11 Mutter (Radio Edit) - 3:40 Kokain - 3:08 Feuer Frei! (Video) Interview (On the set of "Sonne")

UK version, part 2 (green cover) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Feuer Frei! (Rammstein vs. Junkie XL Remix) - 4:10 Mutter - 4:33 Feuer Frei! (Rammstein Remix 95) Interview (On the set of "Ich Will") Photo Gallery

UK CDS Part 3 (DVD)(orange cover) 1. Feuer Frei! (Video) - 3:11

"Feuer frei!" 2. 3. 4. 5. Interview (The early years discussed) Du hast ("A Tribute to Rammstein" Cover version by Battery) - 4:42 Bck dich ("A Tribute to Rammstein" Cover version by Battery) - 3:39 Photo Gallery

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"Mein Teil"
"Mein Teil"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Reise, Reise Released Format Recorded Genre 26 July 2004 CD El Cortijo Studio, Mlaga, 2003 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 4:52 Motor Music Jacob Hellner, Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Feuer frei!" (2002)

"Mein Teil" (2004)

"Amerika" (2004)

"Mein Teil" (German: "My part") is the first single by the German industrial metal band Rammstein from their fourth album Reise, Reise. The song is inspired by the case of Armin Meiwes and Bernd Jrgen Armando Brandes. In March 2001, in Rotenburg an der Fulda, the two men aged in their 40s met each other, cut off and cooked Brandes' penis and consumed it together. Afterwards, Meiwes killed Brandeswith Brandes' consentand ate his remains. As a result, Meiwes was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years in jail for manslaughter, but was later charged with murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. A prominent phrase in the song is "Denn du bist was du isst und ihr wisst was es ist" ("Because you are what you eat and you (plural) know what it is").

"Mein Teil" According to Rammstein's bassist Oliver Riedel, the song came about after "one of our members brought a newspaper to rehearsal and it had a story about the cannibal guy in it. We were fascinated, shocked and amused at the same time." Vocalist Till Lindemann stated, "It's so sick that it becomes fascinating and there just has to be a song about it".[1] "Mein Teil" attracted controversy in Germany; the media dubbed it the "Kannibalensong" (cannibal song), which helped to boost it to second place in the German music charts after its release in early August 2004. Remixes of the song were done by Arthur Baker and the Pet Shop Boys. At the beginning of the song in the video, the phrase "Suche gut gebauten Achtzehn- bis Dreiigjhrigen zum Schlachten Der Metzgermeister" ("Looking for a well built 18 to 30 year old to be slaughtered - The Master Butcher") is spoken, voiced by Ollie, although the album version of the song does not have this beginning. The quote is taken from an online post by Armin Meiwes. "Mein Teil" was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 48th Grammy Awards, but lost to Slipknot's Before I Forget.[2]

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Live history
It debuted in three consecutive concerts for members of the fan club, in October 2004. This song is one of the most notable live performances of the 20042005 Reise, Reise tour. From the central backstage access, Till Lindemann appears pulling a giant cooking pot. He is dressed as a blood-stained chef holding a microphone with a large butcher's knife attached to the end. Keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz appears in the pot, with metal cylinders attached to his arms and legs, and plays the keyboard during the song. After the second chorus, Till takes a flamethrower and roasts the bottom of the pot, "cooking" Flake. Flake escapes from the pot and starts running around the stage with flames erupting from his arms and legs, while chased by a knife-wielding Till. When asked about what it is like to perform this, Flake said: "It's fine. It is only pain. Although you can't breathe in because then you will inhale the flames and die." Due to all of the theatrical performance, the song usually extended to 6 or 7 minutes when played live. It was played at every concert of the Reise, Reise tour, but was dropped on the Liebe ist fur Alle Da tour, a move which irritated many fans. However, it returned to playlist for the Latin American leg of the tour in 2010, the Auckland leg of the Big Day Out festival and the South African leg of the tour in 2011.

Music video
The controversy over Mein Teil prompted MTV Germany to restrict the airing of the music video to after 11 PM. The video shows a cross dressed Doom Schneider dressed as Armin Meiwes's mother, Till being fellated by an angel before he eats her wings and kills her; Flake performing ballet in a hallucinatory state; Paul shaking, screaming violently and wandering around the set in a frantic and crazed state; Richard violently fighting with his doppelgnger; Ollie writhing on the floor in painful spasms with his skin covered in white powder; the whole band (excluding Schneider) fighting in a mudpit; and five of the band members crawling out of the Deutsche Oper U-Bahn (subway) station while held on leashes carried by Doom Schneider.

Charts

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Chart (2004)

Peak position [3] 6 6 2 28 2 8 11 61

Austrian Singles Chart Danish Singles Chart

[4] [5]

Finnish Singles Chart French Singles Chart

[6] [7] [8]

German Singles Chart

Swedish Singles Chart Swiss Singles Chart UK Singles Chart

[9]

[10]

Track listing
5" CD Single 1. 2. 3. 4. Mein Teil (Single Version) 4:23 Mein Teil (You Are What You Eat Edit) Remix by Pet Shop Boys 4:07 Mein Teil (Return to New York Buffet Mix) Remix by Arthur Baker 7:22 Mein Teil (There Are No Guitars on This Mix) Remix by Pet Shop Boys 7:20

The Australian edition also features the Mein Teil video. 3" CD Single 1. Mein Teil (Single Version) 4:23 2. Mein Teil (You Are What You Eat Edit) Remix by Pet Shop Boys 4:07 Also released as a 2-track 5" CD single. 2 x 12" Vinyl Single (limited to 1000 copies) 1. 2. 3. 4. Mein Teil (You Are What You Eat Mix) Remix by Pet Shop Boys 6:45 Mein Teil (You Are What You Eat Instrumental Mix) Remix by Pet Shop Boys 7:00 Mein Teil (The Return to New York Buffet Mix) Remix by Arthur Baker 7:22 Mein Teil (The Return to New York Buffet Instrumental Mix) Remix by Arthur Baker 7:23

Notes
[1] Agence France-Presse (29 August 2004). German rock band's 'part' song tells of cannibals' repast (http:/ / www. taipeitimes. com/ News/ world/ archives/ 2004/ 08/ 29/ 2003200719). Taipei Times. Accessed 2 July 2009. [2] 48th Grammy Awards - 2006 (http:/ / www. rockonthenet. com/ archive/ 2006/ grammys. htm). Rock on the Net. Accessed 2 July 2009. [3] (http:/ / www. austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [4] (http:/ / www. danishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [5] Suomen virallinen lista (http:/ / www. yle. fi/ lista/ listat/ tuote. php?id=9608) [6] (http:/ / www. mcm. net/ programmes/ top50/ ) [7] (http:/ / www. mediabiz. de/ musik/ news/ charts-kw-41-madonna-und-rammstein-vorn/ 280182) [8] Swedish Singles Chart (http:/ / www. sverigetopplistan. se/ ) [9] (http:/ / swisscharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [10] UK Singles Chart (http:/ / www. theofficialcharts. com/ top40_singles. php)

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References
1. "Strange tastes", Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne, Australia), October 24, 2004 2. "German cannibal inspires hard rockers Rammstein to new hit", Agence France Presse, August 27, 2004 3. "Shock'n'roll Circus", The Times (London), January 29, 2005

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"Amerika"
"Amerika"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Reise, Reise Released Format Recorded September 6, 2004 CD Nectar Studios-Mexico City El Cortijo Studio-Mlaga, 2003 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:46 Motor (Part of UMG) Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Genre

Length Label Producer

"Mein Teil" (2004)

"Amerika" (2004)

"Ohne dich" (2004)

"Amerika" is a song performed by German band Rammstein, released as the second single from their album Reise, Reise. It deals with the worldwide influence of the culture of the United States of America. The song's two verses are sung in German with a chorus in English: We're all living in Amerika, Amerika ist wunderbar, We're all living in Amerika, Amerika, Amerika. The band views it as a satirical commentary on Cocacolonization, and it features mentions of Coca-Cola, and Mickey Mouse. The end of the song is construed by some to be criticizing American policies of interventionism on other countries. (sung in German) I know moves that are very useful and I will protect you from missteps And whoever doesn't want to dance at the end Doesn't know yet that they must

"Amerika" (sung in English) I don't sing my mother tongue No, this is not a love song.

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Video
The video by F. shows a girl in Apollo-era space suits on the moon, and playing a pinball machine with shots of other cultures acting like stereotypical Americans and some using American-owned products, such as cigarettes, with the implication that American culture is negative but also everywhere. The high tech Apollo scenes are intercut with African, and Australian Aborigine tribal footage as a stark cultural contrast. The end of the video shows that the band have actually been in a fake Moon set in a studio,[1] complete with film crew, an allusion to Apollo moon landing hoax accusations. Till Lindemann, Rammstein's lead singer, wears a space suit with the name "Armstrong" on it - referring to Neil Armstrong.

Performance live
As with every song from Reise, Reise (except Ohne Dich) Amerika debuted live on 3 consecutive concerts for members of the fan club. During the live performances of this song in tour, Flake is often seen riding around on a Segway PT; confetti cannons, with red, white and blue confetti in a parody of a ticker-tape parade. It was the last song of the main set, and was played at every concert of the Reise, Reise tour. During a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden on July 30, 2005, Till Lindemann suffered a knee injury when Flake accidentally ran into him with the Segway PT This caused concerts scheduled in Asia to be cancelled. Amerika has been played just once in the Liebe ist fr alle da tour (however, not at the show in New York City), closing a show for the first time.

Track Listing
CD Single 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Amerika Amerika (English Version) Amerika (Digital Hardcore Mix) Amerika (Western-remix) Amerika (Andt Panthen & Mat Diaz's Clubmix) Amerika (Electro Ghetto Remix) Amerika (Jam & Spoon So Kann's Gehen Mix) Mein Herz brennt Orchesterlied V

Released in a jewelcase, digipack and as a digital download Pock-it CD 1. Amerika 2. Amerika (Digital Hardcore Mix) A 2-track CD single was also released in a card sleeve Australian Edition 1. Amerika 2. Amerika (Digital Hardcore Mix) 3. Amerika (Western-remix) 4. Amerika (Andy Panthen & Mat Diaz's Clubmix) 5. Mein Herz brennt Orchesterlied V

"Amerika" UK Version 1. 2. 3. 4. Amerika Amerika (Digital Hardcore Mix) Mein Herz brennt Ich will Orchesterlied VII

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UK 7" Vinyl 1. Amerika 2. Wilder Wein UK DVD 1. Amerika (Video) 2. Making of the Amerika Video 3. Amerika (Album Version)

Charts
Chart (2004) Peak position 2 40

Germany (Media Control AG) US Mainstream Rock Songs (Billboard)

References
[1] "How to Fake your own Moon Landing" (http:/ / scienceblogs. com/ startswithabang/ 2009/ 07/ how_to_fake_your_own_moon_land. php), Ethan Siegel. Science Blogs. June 7, 2009. Accessed June 7, 2011

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"Ohne dich"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Reise, Reise Released Format Recorded Genre Length Label Producer 22 November 2004 CD El Cortijo Studio, Mlaga, 2003 Neue Deutsche Hrte 4:32 Motor (Part of UMG) Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

"Amerika" (2004)

"Ohne Dich" (2004)

"Keine Lust" (2005)

"Ohne dich" (Without You) is a power ballad by German band Rammstein from the album Reise, Reise. It is seen as expressing mourning over the loss of a loved person. It was released as the third single from the album on 22 November 2004 in Germany (peaking at #12), Switzerland and Austria. Other countries' releases followed up from that date. It follows a slow, even romantic ballad style. The central motif is 'Without you, I cannot be, without you..., With you, I am so alone, without you...'

Live story
The song debuted live in its beta version in 2000, in a concert just for members of the fan club [1]. After that, it was dropped during the 2001-2002 Mutter tour. It returned to the setlists for the 2004-2005 Reise, Reise tour, in which it was played in almost every concert, exceptions being festivals. Usually, sparks would rain over Till Lindemann during the final chorus. In those of the live shows that Apocalyptica was the support act, they played the cellos in the song. It hasn't been played live since the end of the Reise, Reise tour in 2005.

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Video
The video was filmed in the Kaun Valley and on the Groglockner in Tyrol, Austria. It shows the band climbing in the mountains when Rammstein's vocalist Till Lindemann falls and gets badly hurt. The song then ends while the band sits in the tent and Till, with gangrene eating away at his injured leg, longingly watches up on a mountain peak. The music starts again as the band starts to climb the mountain, carrying Till on their shoulders. In the end, they reach the mountain peak, Till takes a look around and dies satisfied.

Track listing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ohne dich (Album Edit) - 4:31 Ohne dich (Mina Harker's Version) Remix by Laibach - 4:09 Ohne dich (Sacred Mix) Remix by sven helbig - 4:34 Ohne dich (Schiller Mix) - 5:22 Ohne dich (Under Byen Remix) - 5:48 Ohne dich (Beta Version) - 4:23

A 2-track CD and pock-it CD were released featuring "Ohne dich (Album Edit)" and "Ohne dich (Mina Harker's Version)".

Charts
Chart (2004) Peak position 38 17 13 12 30 42

Austria Denmark Finland Germany The Netherlands Switzerland

References
[1] http:/ / rammsteinniccage. com/ concerts/ shows/ 041600. html

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"Keine Lust"
"Keine Lust"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Reise, Reise Released Format Recorded Genre 28 February 2005 CD El Cortijo Studio, Mlaga, 2003 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:42 Motor (Part of UMG) Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Ohne dich" (2004)

"Keine Lust" (2005)

"Benzin" (2005)

"Keine Lust" (No Desire) is a song by the German band Rammstein. It was released as a fourth & final single from the album "Reise, Reise" on 28 February 2005 in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland as a maxi-single, a limited edition digipak single, a 7" vinyl single, a 12" Vinyl single, and as a two-track. The title is a German phrase which might be translated as "No Desire", although the phrase as used in the lyrics "Ich habe keine Lust" is more like the English "I do not feel like" or "I do not want to".

Video
In the "Keine Lust" video, filmed in January 2005 and finally presented only a month later, the band is morbidly obese. The film appears to be a reunion with visibly aged band members and instruments that are clearly old and dusty. Out of all of the band members only keyboardist Flake appeared not to have gained any weight (because "anything he doesn't want to do, he doesn't do", which includes eating). He arrives in a motorized wheelchair, just in time to play the keyboard part. At the end of the video, the rest of the band leaves, abandoning Flake who has managed to stand during the song and now cannot sit back down.

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Meaning
On the video "The Making of Keine Lust", guitarist Richard Kruspe discussed the meaning of the song and music video. "You know, after all of these years we're full-up! Fame, success, money. We don't want to do anything anymore! Nothing! That's the idea in the song. We've returned to the starting point again. We just want to make music again. We don't want all the circus that goes with it anymore. So, we meet up again, one more time, for one more performance- just to make music together. The fact that we are fat is just symbolic for excess. It's really just about returning to the beginning."

Live story
It was first played in three consecutive concerts for members of the fan club, in October 2004. In the formal tour, it was played in every concert. Large columns of CO2 were part of the on stage show. The band played the song in the Echo Awards 2005, and they played dressed in the costumes used in the video. They even arrived on stage in the cars seen in the video. Currently, Keine Lust is the only song from Reise, Reise in the Liebe Ist Fr Alle Da tour setlist, excluding a one-off performance of Amerika and Mein Teil, which was played during the 2010 South American leg of the tour, as well as the 2011 Tour of South Africa.

Tracklisting
German CD Single 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Keine Lust - 3:44 Keine Lust (Remix No.1) By Clawfinger - 4:37 Keine Lust (The Psychosonic Remix) By DJ Drug - 5:02 Keine Lust (Bozz Remix) By Azad - 3:52 Keine Lust (Jazz Remix) By Clawfinger - 4:11 Keine Lust (Black Strobe Remix) - 7:08 Keine Lust (Curve Remix) By Front 242 - 3:40 Keine Lust (Ich zhl die Fliegen Remix) By Krieger - 3:30

Also released as a 2-track CD and Pock-it CD featuring "Keine Lust" and "Keine Lust (Remix No.1)" UK CD Single 1. Keine Lust - 3:44 2. Ohne dich (Mina Harker's Version) Remix by Laibach - 4:09 3. Mutter Orchesterlied I UK DVD Single 1. 2. 3. 4. Keine Lust Audio - 3:44 Mein Teil (Single Version) Audio - 4:26 Mein Teil (Video) Full Version 4:25 Making of the 'Mein Teil' Video - 11:38

UK 7" Vinyl Single 1. Keine Lust - 3:44 2. Du Hast (Live) (Live audio from Parkbhne Wuhlheide, Berlin, August 1998) - 4:27 12" Vinyl Single

"Keine Lust" 1. 2. 3. 4. Keine Lust (Black Strobe Remix) Keine Lust (Black Strobe Remix Instrumental) Keine Lust (Curve Remix) Keine Lust (Curve Remix Instrumental)

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Charts
Chart (2005) Peak position 16 35

German Singles Chart UK Singles Chart

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"Benzin"
"Benzin"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Rosenrot Released Format Recorded Genre October 7, 2005 CD Teldex Studio, Berlin, 2005 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:47 Motor (Part of UMG) Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Keine Lust" (2005)

"Benzin" "Rosenrot" (2005) (2005)

"Benzin" (German for Gasoline) is a song by German rock band Rammstein, released as the first single from their album Rosenrot. In Germany, gasoline is called Benzin (which is derived from the chemical mixture benzine). Till has confirmed in an interview that the song Benzin is about the rising gas prices.[1] The song uses the word "Gasolin", however the word does not exist in the German language, but it is an English word made German. There was, however, a German chain of gas stations called "Gasolin." Benzin was Rammstein's first number one single, getting to number one in Finland after its release in 2005.

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Music video
In the video, Rammstein are firefighters. They have not had a call for a long time, and are thus very ill-equipped for dealing with an emergency. They enter a huge, eight-lane-wide fire-engine, and set off on their journey, not taking any notice of the damage they are causing, or the people they are killing. They plow through high-voltage power-lines, trains, trees and normal road vehicles; despite this, the truck remains unscratched. During the journey, the scene changes to a fantasy by guitarist Paul H. Landers, during which he saves a "damsel-in-distress" from a burning building. During this fantasy, the band members are playing Benzin in the background amongst the smoke. The scene returns to the Fire-engine, plowing through traffic and buildings before it overturns and sends the band-members crashing through the windscreen. As Till comes round, a man points to the top of a nearby building. It dawns on them that they have crashed right outside the emergency. They scramble to get a safety trampoline out for the jumper, who happens to be Christian "Flake" Lorenz. The trampoline rips just as he jumps, and thus, despite all that carnage and destruction, his bandmates completely fail to save his life.

Live Performance
The song was first played live in the Reise, Reise tour on June 23, 2005 in Berlin's Wuhlheide [2], months before its release. It replaced Moskau on the setlist. Benzin was played on the next two nights, lyrics changing a little bit even from one night to the next. Theatrical flames shot twenty meters into the air during those live performances. It was then played in the non-festival concerts until the end of the tour, but this time without any pyrotechnics. However, as of the Liebe Ist Fr Alle Da tour, Benzin has returned to being performed with pyrotechnics, including a flamethrower disguised as a petrol pump. By the end of the song Till Lindemann uses it to set a 'fan' on fire, who runs through the stage until the song is over.

Benzin performed live at Bercy (Paris), 2009

Track listing
All songs by Rammstein. 1. 2. 3. 4. Benzin - 3:47 Benzin (Combustion Remix) by Meshuggah - 5:05 Benzin (Smallstars Remix) by Ad Rock - 3:45 Benzin (Kerosinii Remix) by Apocalyptica - 3:48

References
[1] http:/ / www. rammsteinniccage. com/ media/ interviews/ veronicanov05en. html [2] http:/ / rammsteinniccage. com/ concerts/ shows/ 062305. html

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"Rosenrot"
"Rosenrot"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Rosenrot Released Format Recorded Genre December 16, 2005 CD Teldex Studio, Berlin, 2005 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:54 Motor (Part of UMG) Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Benzin" "Rosenrot" (2005) (2005)

"Mann gegen Mann" (2006)

"Rosenrot" (German for Rose-red) is a song and single from the album of the same name by the German band Rammstein. The "Rosenrot" track was highly anticipated by fans of Rammstein, as it was first hailed in February 2004 to be the first single from the band's fourth studio album, Reise, Reise (the song "Mein Teil" took the honour instead). In the end, "Rosenrot" didn't even make the tracklist of Reise, Reise, a move that the band's management claimed "left them speechless." The lyrics contain elements from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's poem "Heidenrslein" (while his poem "Erlknig" similarly inspired the Reise, Reise track, "Dalai Lama"), and the story "Schneeweichen und Rosenrot," from the Brothers Grimm. Till also seldom uses his trademark curling of 'R's in the song. The single was released in Germany on December 16, 2005. The song features riffs used previously in "Stein um Stein".

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Video
The video portrays the band as traveling monks from different religious orders who have come to a small village apparently situated in Zarnesti (nearby Brasov), Romania. The main story of the video shows the band's vocalist Till Lindemann falling in love with one of the local girls, whom he met during a celebratory feast. At her request, he enters her house and murders her parents. As he leaves the house, he smiles to the girl and she smiles back briefly, before crying out, at which the villagers rush upon Till from the darkness and beat him. They tie him up and burn him on a stake; Till's fellow monks and his lover participate in the execution by throwing burning brands onto the woodpile. The girl in the video is portrayed by Romanian model Ctlina Lavric, who was 14 at the time of shooting. The plot mirrors the song's lyrics: in both the video and the song, a man is asked to commit a self-destructive yet pointless act by his lover, and dies in the attempt while she is unharmed. In the video the man commits murder and is executed; in the song he attempts to retrieve a rose from a mountain, and falls to his death.[1] Throughout the video footage is shown of the band flagellating themselves with whips. The priests, Till in particular, are seen to be in emotional torment as the people of the village they visit are infused with emotional or physical pleasure; the townsfolk are often seen drinking and dancing. The stricter priests feel love, lust, and gluttony, and they are seen whipping themselves with knotted ropes as penance. The irony of this is that once one of the priests has come to terms with his love and feels no guilt, he is killed for the murders he committed. Similar irony is seen in the video for "Ich will", where a bank robbery is rewarded by media attention; hypocritical justice is a common theme in Rammstein's videos. The video shows some references to Jesus Christ: 1. Flagellation was experienced by Jesus Christ as well, before His crucifixion. 2. Stigmata was shown on the monk's hands, given by his lover by thorns of a rose. 3. A reference to Jesus' crucifixion was shown, when the monk was burned on a stake.

Tracklisting
1. 2. 3. 4. Rosenrot (Single Edit) - 3:47 Rosenrot (The Tweaker Remix) by Chris Vrenna - 4:34 Rosenrot (Northern Lite Remix) by Northern Lite - 4:45 Rosenrot (3am At Cosy Remix) by Jagz Kooner - 4:50

Two 2-track CD's were released, featuring slightly different tracklists: "Rosenrot (Single Edit)" and "Rosenrot (Northern Lite Remix)" "Rosenrot (Single Version)" and "Rosenrot (Northern Lite Remix)"

References
[1] http:/ / rammstein-europe. com/ lyrics. php?sekce=rosenrot& l=en

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"Mann gegen Mann"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Rosenrot Released Format Recorded Genre March 3, 2006 CD Teldex Studio, Berlin, 2005 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:51 Motor (Part of UMG) Jacob Hellner and Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Rosenrot" (2005)

"Mann gegen Mann" (2006)

"Pussy" (2009)

"Mann gegen Mann" (German for "Man Against Man") is the third and final single from the Rammstein album, Rosenrot. The song is about homosexuality, and is the first Rammstein song to include nudity.

Music video
The video premiered on February 2, 2006, on MTV Germany and was directed by Jonas kerlund. In it, the entire band aside from Till plays totally naked except for their boots with only their instruments to cover them up. As Till only has a microphone, he wore a "latex diaper" (according to guitarist Paul H. Landers in an interview) as well as a long, black wig, stockings and high heels. The video alternates between shots of the band playing and a teeming mass of naked men, covered in what appears to be oil and writhing all over one another. Towards the end, Till becomes more manic and a forked tongue flicks from his mouth. The band is carried over the naked men and Till has turned into the demon, that can be seen on the cover, singing melodiously along with the guitar. The hands and the arms of naked men reach up towards him; the music picks up pace and the naked men begin to push each other around and everything begins to degenerate into chaos. Till then starts to rip his hair out as

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Track listings
Track listing (2-Track UK CD Single)
1. Mann gegen Mann - 3:52 2. Rosenrot (The Tweaker Remix) by Chris Vrenna - 4:34

Track listing (Enhanced CD Single)


1. 2. 3. 4. Mann gegen Mann - 3:51 Mann gegen Mann (Popular Music Mix) by Vince Clarke - 4:06 Mann gegen Mann (Musensohn Remix) by Sven Helbig - 3:12 Ich will (Live (Video) at Festival de Nimes) - 4:02

Also released as a 2-track CD featuring "Mann gegen Mann" and "Mann gegen Mann (Popular Music Mix)"

Track Listing (Australian Version)


1. 2. 3. 4. Mann gegen Mann - 3:52 Mann gegen Mann (Popular Music Mix) by Vince Clarke - 4:06 Mann gegen Mann (Musensohn Remix) by Sven Helbig - 3:12 Mann gegen Mann (Type O Remix) by Josh Silver - 3:59

Track listing (12" Vinyl Single)


1. Mann gegen Mann - 3:52 2. Rosenrot (3am At Cosey Remix) by Jagz Kooner - 4:50

Track listing (2 Track Promo CD)


1. Mann gegen Mann (Futurist Remix) by Alec Empire - 3:53 2. Mann gegen Mann (Popular Music Mix) by Vince Clarke - 4:06

Track listing (12" Promo Vinyl)


1. Mann gegen Mann (Futurist Remix) by Alec Empire - 3:53 2. Mann gegen Mann (Popular Music Mix) by Vince Clarke - 4:06

Charts

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Chart (2006)

Peak position 20 [1] 59 32

Germany (Media Control AG) UK Singles (The Official Charts Company) US Mainstream Rock Songs (Billboard)

References
[1] Zywietz, Tobias. "Chart Log UK: The Rabble Army - RZA" (http:/ / www. zobbel. de/ cluk/ CLUK_R. HTM). Zobbel. . Retrieved 2011-01-05.

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"Pussy"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Liebe Ist Fr Alle Da Released Format Recorded Genre EU September 18, 2009 CD, vinyl, digital download 2009 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal Gothic metal 3:48 Universal Jacob Hellner, Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Length Label Producer

"Mann gegen Mann" (2006)

"Pussy" (2009)

"Ich tu dir weh" (2010)

"Pussy" is the first single from the album Liebe ist fr alle da by Rammstein.[1] The song was released with a controversial and sexually explicit video in which the band members, each portrayed by body-doubles, are seen having sex with women.[2] The first promotional video for the single was released online on 16 September 2009 at The Gauntlet [3]. The video also confirmed the new album title. "Pussy" was Rammstein's first number one single in Germany. The song was also remixed by Scooter, a fellow German artist and the remix later appeared on "Ich tu dir weh" single. Also, it was the first Rammstein song to be released after their 3-year hiatus.

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Music video
The video was directed by Jonas kerlund and was released online on 16 September 2009. The video features the band playing the song wearing leather outfits, interspersed with 6 hardcore pornographic videos featuring each of the band members as a different stereotypical pornographic character: Till as the Playboy, Christoph as the CEO, Paul as the Cowboy, Oliver as Mr. Pain (a BDSM fetishist), Richard as the Partyboy, and Flake as Heeshie. Each scene features a band member engaging in foreplay with a different woman, and the scenes become more explicit as the video progresses until they engage into unsimulated sexual intercourse with graphic nudity. However, body doubles were used for some of the band members.[4] At the end of the video, the band members ejaculate. The song's lyrics are partially in English, and contain phrases such as "I can't get laid in Germany", a mention of the Autobahn, and the seemingly nonsensical line "Reise, Reise, Fahrvergngen", a reference to appearances of German culture in American commercialism (the latter from a Volkswagen advertising campaign, the former from one of Rammstein's own previous albums). Together, these aspects of the song create a contrast between the sexual mores of German society and that of America.

Live story
"Pussy" debuted live, as most of Rammstein's songs, during fan exclusive concerts held in Berlin in October 2009. Currently "Pussy" is the last song of the main set of the Liebe ist fr alle da tour. When played, frontman Till Lindemann mounts a giant penis-painted foam cannon that shoots over the audience and confetti with the colors of the German flag falls from the ceiling, much like "Amerika" in the Reise, Reise tour. However, in recent concert the confetti has been white. During their performance at the sonisphere festival in Sofia, Bulgaria, Till sang some words from the chorus in Bulgarian.
Live performance of "Pussy" in Italy.

Track listings
CD
No. Title 1. "Pussy" (radio edit) 2. "Rammlied" Length 3:48 5:19

Vinyl

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No. Title 1. "Pussy" 2. "Rammlied"

Length 4:02 5:19

The 7" vinyl edition only contains "Pussy".

Versions
Single version [5] Tracks Notes

Limited edition digipak single

2 tracks CD+poster combo

Limited edition hand-numbered single 2 tracks 12" vinyl Limited edition etch-numbered single Pussy 7" vinyl, special Viagra blue color

Release history
Country Europe Date 18 September 2009

United States 22 September 2009

Charts
Chart (2009) Peak position [6] [7] 7 16 18 4 37 6 1 13 1 22 12 95 2

Belgium Singles Chart

Norwegian Singles Chart Dutch Singles Chart [8]

Austrian Singles Chart Danish Singles Chart Eurochart Hot 100

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[10]

[11] [12]

Finnish Singles Chart French Singles Chart

[13] [14] [15]

German Singles Chart

Swedish Singles Chart Swiss Singles Chart UK Singles Chart UK Rock Chart

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Year-End Charts (2009)


Country Germany [19] Position 42

References
[1] http:/ / www. rammstein. de/ blog/ lang/ en/ 'Pussy' announced! [2] http:/ / www. bravewords. com/ news/ 126516 RAMMSTEIN Guitarist On Filming 'Pussy' Video - "It Was Really Fun; Our Drummers Girlfriend Came To The Set And He Ended Up Sending Her Home" [3] http:/ / www. thegauntlet. com/ article/ 307/ 16877/ Rammstein-releases-video-for-Pussy. html [4] "Bravewords.com > News > RAMMSTEIN Guitarist On Filming 'Pussy' Video - "It Was Really Fun; Our Drummers Girlfriend Came To The Set And He Ended Up Sending Her Home"" (http:/ / www. bravewords. com/ news/ 126516). Bravewords.com. 17 November 2009. . Retrieved 16 April 2011. [5] "Affenknecht - Pussy single" (http:/ / en. affenknecht. com/ rammstein-singles/ pussy/ ). Affenknecht.com. . Retrieved 2009-09-08. [6] (http:/ / www. belgiumcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [7] (http:/ / www. norwegiancharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [8] (http:/ / www. dutchcharts. nl/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [9] (http:/ / www. austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [10] (http:/ / www. danishcharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [11] Week of October 10, 2009 (http:/ / www. billboard. com/ charts#/ charts/ european-hot-100) [12] Suomen virallinen lista (http:/ / www. yle. fi/ lista/ listat/ tuote. php?id=9608) [13] (http:/ / www. mcm. net/ programmes/ top50/ ) [14] (http:/ / www. mediabiz. de/ musik/ news/ charts-kw-41-madonna-und-rammstein-vorn/ 280182) [15] Swedish Singles Chart (http:/ / www. sverigetopplistan. se/ ) [16] (http:/ / swisscharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Pussy& cat=s) [17] UK Singles Chart (http:/ / www. theofficialcharts. com/ top40_singles. php) [18] UK Rock Chart (http:/ / www. bbc. co. uk/ radio1/ chart/ rocksingles. shtml) [19] http:/ / www. mtv. de/ charts/ Single_Jahrescharts_2009

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"Ich tu dir Weh"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Liebe ist fr alle da Released 5 February 2010 15 February 2010 9th February 2010 2009 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 5:02 Universal Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology

Recorded Genre

Length Label Writer(s)

"Pussy" (2009)

"Ich Tu Dir Weh" (2010)

"Haifisch" (2010)

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Vinyl

Vinyl editions cover

"Ich tu dir Weh" (Meaning: I Hurt You) is the second single from the 2009 album Liebe ist fr alle da by the German band Rammstein. Mainly because of the sado-masochistic content of this song, the album was placed on the "index" maintained by the German Bundesprfstelle fr jugendgefhrdende Medien.[1] [2] In May 2010, the original uncensored album and the single were unindexed and consequently released in Germany.[3]

Music video
The first promotional video for the single was released online on 21 December 2009, hosted on the adult site visit-X. The video shows the band performing the song with equipment that has black and gray colours. Both Till Lindemann and Oliver Riedel are wearing eye contacts that eventually turn colours. (Ollie's turn green and Till's turn red.) Lindemann's mouth also shines a white light when he sings. There is a cable run through his cheek, and a light is mounted inside of his mouth (this is not a prop or trick photography). Till wanted the effect to be authentic, so he essentially had a cheek piercing created just for the production.[4] [5] At the climax of the video, the stage around Flake fills with electricity, resulting in the band members exploding at the last note.

Live story
When played live, large amounts of pyrotechnics are used during "Ich tu dir weh". Worth noting is the choreographed fight that happens mid-song between front man Till Lindemann and keyboardist "Flake" Lorenz, which ends with Flake being forced into a large bath tub. Lindemann proceeds to stand on a platform that raises him high above the bathtub, from which he pours a large amount of sparks from a milk can into the bath below. This causes multiple large explosions, after which Flake emerges wearing a silver holographic suit. In the first few German concerts of the Liebe ist fr alle da tour, the song's lyrics would be modified to allow the band to play the song with lyrics live, due to the lyrical content being tagged as inappropriate by the Bundesprfstelle fr jugendgefhrdende Medien.[1] [2] The song is now allowed to be played live as the decision to place the song on the index has been reversed. It is from this point during the "Liebe is fur alle da" tour, that Flake Lorenz also begins to walk on a treadmill located between his two keyboards and this continues for the rest of the performance. As of 2010, the song has been removed from the Latin America setlist and replaced with "Mein Teil". However, it did return in the Canada and U.S. concerts.

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Track listing
All songs by Rammstein. Limited CD single[6] 1. 2. 3. 4. Ich tu dir weh (Radio Edit) - 3:57 Pussy ("Lick It" Remix By Scooter) - 4:54 Rammlied ("Rammin' The Steins" Remix By Devin Townsend) - 5:09 Ich tu dir weh ("Smallboy" Remix By Jochen Schmalbach) - 6:42

12" Vinyl[7] 1. Ich tu dir weh (Radio Edit) - 3:57 2. Ich tu dir weh (Remix By F*kkk Offf) - 6:07 The European edition is in black vinyl, whereas the UK edition is white vinyl. 7" 1-Sided Etched Vinyl[8] 1. Ich tu dir weh (Radio Edit) - 3:57 The European edition is in black vinyl, whereas the UK edition is red vinyl. Digital download EP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Ich tu dir weh (Radio Edit) - 3:57 Pussy ("Lick It" Remix By Scooter) - 4:54 Rammlied ("Rammin' The Steins" Remix By Devin Townsend) - 5:09 Ich tu dir weh ("Smallboy" Remix By Jochen Schmalbach) - 6:42 Ich tu dir weh (Remix By F*kkk Offf) - 6:07

Includes Digital Booklet

Charts
Chart (2010) Peak position [9] 74 41 24

Austrian Single Charts

[10] French Single Charts [11] UK Rock Single Charts

External links
Video [12] Making Of Video [13]

References
[1] Konzert mit "Ich tu dir weh" (http:/ / www. n24. de/ news/ newsitem_5612976. html), N24, 2009-11-24. (German) [2] RAMMSTEIN - Bundesprfstelle setzt neues Album auf den Index (http:/ / www. whiskey-soda. de/ news. php?id=24592), Whiskey-Soda.de, 2009-11-07. (German) [3] http:/ / www. rammstein. de/ blog/ lang/ en/ 2010/ 06/ 09/ ich-tu-dir-weh-ich-tu-dir-weh [4] http:/ / www. youtube. com/ watch?v=Szkjx3KUmVE [5] http:/ / www. youtube. com/ watch?v=CzYA5wjlZRU& feature=related [6] http:/ / www. whatrecords. co. uk/ items/ 56180. htm [7] http:/ / www. whatrecords. co. uk/ items/ 56182. htm

"Ich tu dir weh"


[8] http:/ / www. whatrecords. co. uk/ items/ 56181. htm [9] Ich tu dir weh at Austriancharts.com (http:/ / austriancharts. at/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Ich+ tu+ dir+ weh& cat=s) [10] Ich tu dir weh at lescharts.com (http:/ / lescharts. com/ showitem. asp?interpret=Rammstein& titel=Ich+ tu+ dir+ weh& cat=s) [11] (http:/ / www. bbc. co. uk/ radio1/ chart/ rocksingles/ ) [12] http:/ / www. visit-x. net/ rammstein [13] http:/ / www. metalhammer. co. uk/ news/ rammstein-the-making-of-ich-tu-dir-weh-video/

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"Haifisch"

Singleby Rammstein from the album Liebe ist fr alle da Released Recorded Genre May 28, 2010 2009 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 3:45 Universal Rammstein Rammstein singles chronology [1]

Length Label Writer(s)

"Ich tu dir weh" (2010)

"'Haifisch'" (2010)

"Haifisch" (German: "Shark") is the third single from the 2009 album Liebe ist fr alle da by the German band Rammstein. Right before announcing the video premier, the info letter from Rammstein's website left this quote regarding the song: "the shark not only has teeth hes got tears as well. But since it lives in the briny deep, no one sees them. A shame. After all, this cartilaginous fish is one of the oldest of the worlds many misunderstood creatures. A bit more sympathy couldnt hurt!" The chorus to the song is an allusion to the lyrics to Mack the Knife, a song written by Berthold Brecht for his play the Threepenny Opera. Haifisch reached 33 in the German charts, but fell off the very next week.

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Music video
The music video was released on 23 April 2010 on the band's MySpace page. The video features the band at lead singer Till Lindemann's funeral along with some other mourners, one of whom is Marilyn Manson. A fight breaks out between two women who have had Till's children. Meanwhile, the rest of the band contemplate on who should replace Till as the singer (Henry Rollins and James Hetfield are shown as suggestions, with Hetfield presumably being picked, as his picture was shown more than once, as well as being pointed to by one of the band members). As the video continues, Till is lowered into his grave enscripted "endlich allein" (German: "finally alone") and many scenarios are shown of how Till died, which are all based on previous Rammstein videos: being beaten and set on fire by Schneider (Du hast), having his tether cut while rock climbing by Richard (Ohne dich), having his oxygen pipe removed from his space suit by Ollie while on the moon (Amerika), and a fat Till being suffocated with spaghetti force-fed to him by Flake (An homage to the movie Se7en and also Keine Lust). Lorenz also imagines Paul being spanked by Till in a Snow White costume (Sonne). Later in the video the band begins to fight amongst themselves and Flake finds himself falling into the grave and breaking Till's coffin open, revealing that there is no body inside. Till is then shown alive and well in Oahu, Hawaii, where he sends a postcard to the band that reads "Viele Gre vom Arsch der Welt" (German: "Greetings from the ass of the world") and shows that he has caught a Tiger Shark on what appears to be 14 February 2010. It is the first Rammstein video for Liebe ist fr alle da not to premiere on the adult site Visit-X.

Live
"Haifisch" made its live debut, as most of Rammstein's songs, during fan exclusive concerts held in Berlin in October 2009, segueing out of Sonne and followed by Ich Will, separating the common duo that has been a feature in the encores since 2001. When played live, the break is extended and a band member (usually Flake, who hadn't performed the stunt in years) surfs the crowd in a rubber dinghy, feat that previously had been performed during Stripped, Seemann and occasionally Heirate Mich. The band member will then proceed to wave a flag of the country that the show is being performed in. Due to this boat ride, the song may reach the 10 minutes mark, almost three times the length of the studio version.

Track listing
All songs by Rammstein. Limited CD single[2] 1. 2. 3. 4. Haifisch - 3:46 Haifisch (Haiswing Remix by Olsen Involtini) - 3:40 Haifisch (Remix by Hurts) - 3:45 Haifisch (Remix by Schwefelgelb) - 4:24

12" Limited and Numbered Blue Vinyl[3] 1. Haifisch - 3:46 2. Haifisch (Remix by Schwefelgelb) - 4:24 7" Limited and Numbered Blue Vinyl[4] 1. Haifisch - 3:46 2. Haifisch (Haiswing Remix by Olsen Involtini) - 3:40 Digital download[5] 1. Haifisch - 3:46 2. Haifisch (Haiswing Remix by Olsen Involtini) - 3:40 3. Haifisch (Remix by Hurts) - 3:45

"Haifisch" 4. Haifisch (Remix by Schwefelgelb) - 4:24 5. Haifisch (Remix by Paul Kalkbrenner) - 3:28 Includes Digital Booklet

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Chart positions
UK Rock Chart - 34 German singles chart - 33 French singles chart - 51

External links
Video [6] Official site [7]

References
[1] http:/ / www. rammstein. de/ blog/ lang/ en/ [2] http:/ / www. amazon. de/ dp/ B003EGGMWW [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] http:/ / musicnonstop. co. uk/ product-view. php?productid=23606 http:/ / musicnonstop. co. uk/ product-view. php?productid=23605 http:/ / www. thegauntlet. com/ article/ 307/ 19175/ Rammstein-to-release-new-single-June-1. html http:/ / vids. myspace. com/ index. cfm?fuseaction=vids. individual& videoid=104482055 http:/ / www. rammstein. com

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Videos
Live aus Berlin
Live aus Berlin

Live album by Rammstein Released August 31, 1999

Recorded Parkbhne Wuhlheide, Berlin, August 23rd 1998 Genre Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 78:42 Motor Music

Length Label

Producer Jacob Hellner & Rammstein Professional reviews Allmusic Rolling Stone [1] link [2] link

Rammstein chronology

Sehnsucht (1997)

Live aus Berlin (1999)

Mutter (2001)

Live aus Berlin (German for "Live from Berlin"), is a recording of a concert by the German NDH-metal band Rammstein in 1998. It has been released in several formats: CD (15 tracks) 2 CD Limited Edition (18 tracks + multimedia content) Censored VHS/DVD (Without Bck dich) Uncensored VHS (With Bck dich)

Live aus Berlin There is no uncensored DVD version of Live aus Berlin. However, the song "Bck dich" can be found on the Internet and on the Family Values Tour '98 DVD. The performance of "Bck dich" ("Bend down", "Bend over") is controversial. The portrayal of anal sex using a water-squirting dildo led to the video being given an 18 certificate in Europe. The act led to the lead-vocalist Till Lindemann and keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz being arrested during the Family Values Tour in the U.S. in 1998.

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Track listing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. "Spiel mit mir" ("Play with me") 5:22 "Bestrafe mich" ("Punish Me") 3:49 "Weies Fleisch" ("White Flesh") 4:35 "Sehnsucht" ("Longing") 4:25 "Asche zu Asche" ("Ashes to Ashes") 3:24 "Wilder Wein" ("Wild Wine") 5:17 "Heirate mich" ("Marry Me") 6:16 "Du riechst so gut" ("You smell so Good") 5:24 "Du hast" ("You Have") 4:27 "Bck dich" ("Bend over") 5:57 "Engel" ("Angel") 5:57 "Rammstein" 5:29 "Laichzeit" ("Spawning Time") - 4:23 "Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?" ("Would You See the Bed in Flames?") 5:52 "Seemann" ("Seaman") 6:54

Audio Cassette version is available (Side A = 1-8; B = 9-15)

Limited edition
Disc one 1. "Spiel mit mir" ("Play with Me") 6:09 2. "Herzeleid" ("Heartbreak") 3:57 3. "Bestrafe mich" ("Punish me") 3:48 4. "Weies Fleisch" ("White flesh") 4:36 5. "Sehnsucht" ("Longing") 4:25 6. "Asche zu Asche" ("Ashes to ashes") 3:24 7. "Wilder Wein" ("Wild wine") 5:57 8. "Klavier" ("Piano") 4:50 9. "Heirate mich" ("Marry me") 7:47 10. "Du riechst so gut" ("You smell so good") 5:25 11. "Du hast" ("You Have") 4:27 (listed as 4:36) 12. "Bck dich" ("Bend Over") 6:03 Disc two 1. "Engel" ("Angel") 6:43 (listed as 6:31) 2. "Rammstein" 5:42 3. "Tier" ("Animal") 3:42 4. "Laichzeit" ("Spawning-time") 5:13 5. "Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?" ("Would you see the bed in flames?") 6:15

Live aus Berlin 6. "Seemann" ("Seaman") 9:56 (including "Was hast du mit meinem Herz getan?" by Nicholas Lens) 7. CD-ROM tracks: "Tier", "Asche zu Asche" and "Wilder Wein".

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Video
1. "Spiel mit mir" ("Play with me") 6:20 2. "Herzeleid" ("Heartache") 3:58 3. "Bestrafe mich" ("Punish Me") 3:51 4. "Weies Fleisch" ("White flesh") 4:34 5. "Sehnsucht" ("Longing") 4:25 6. "Asche zu Asche" ("Ashes to ashes") 3:26 7. "Wilder Wein" ("Wild wine") 5:38 8. "Klavier" ("Piano") 4:49 9. "Heirate mich" ("Marry me") 7:48 10. "Du riechst so gut" ("You smell so good") 5:24 11. "Du hast" ("You Have") 4:34 12. "Engel" ("Angel") 6:33 13. "Bck dich" ("Bend over") 5:48 [] 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. "Rammstein" 5:43 "Tier" ("Animal") 3:42 "Laichzeit" ("Spawning-time") 5:15 "Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?" ("Would you see the bed in flames?") 6:23 "Seemann" ("Seaman") 8:26 in the censored version.

[] Omitted

The DVD version also contains a subtitled interview, with the band's members, discussing Rammstein in general, and a multi-angle area featuring Tier, Du hast, and Rammstein. There is also a 2 stage quiz accessible through PCs.

Charts
Chart (1999) Peak position [3] [4] 1 2 8 [6] 29 35 42 43 [10] 68 93 95

German Albums Chart

Austrian Albums Chart Swiss Albums Chart

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Norwegian Albums Chart Finnish Albums Chart [7]

Swedish Albums Chart Dutch Albums Chart

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Australian Albums Chart Belgium Albums Chart

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Portuguese Albums Chart

Live aus Berlin


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French Albums Chart US Billboard 200

[14]

Easter eggs When accessing the number pad feature at the Menu of the DVD and entering '23' anywhere in the main menu, the music video Stripped will play. The song is a cover of the Depeche Mode song and is also featured as a bonus track on Rammstein's second album Sehnsucht. As winning the second part of the quiz, a weblink and secret password is given in order to download a Rammstein screensaver. The webpage is no longer available.

Personnel
Till Lindemann - vocals Richard Z. Kruspe - electric guitars, acoustic guitar on "Wilder Wein", backing vocals, Additional keyboards on "Bck Dich" Paul Landers - electric guitars, acoustic guitar on "Wilder Wein", backing vocals Oliver Riedel - bass guitar, acoustic guitar on "Wilder Wein", backing vocals on "Bck Dich" and "Sehnsucht" Christoph Schneider - drums, Additional keyboards on "Wilder Wein" Christian Lorenz - keyboards

References
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Lichtspielhaus
Lichtspielhaus

Video by Rammstein Released Genre Length Language Label Producer Compiler 1 December 2003 Neue Deutsche Hrte 210:00 German Motor, Universal Jacob Hellner, Rammstein Emanuel Fialik, Arne Weingart Rammstein video chronology

Live aus Berlin (1998)

Lichtspielhaus Vlkerball (2003) (2006)

Lichtspielhaus (obsolete German for "cinema"; literally "light-play house") is the German NDH-metal band Rammstein's second DVD, and was released on December 1, 2003. It is a compilation of all their videos to date and some live performances, commercial advertisements, trailers and "makings-of".[1]

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Track listing
Videos / Vorfhrung
1. "Du riechst so gut" 2. "Seemann" 3. "Rammstein" 4. "Engel" 5. "Du hast" 6. "Du riechst so gut 98" 7. "Stripped" 8. "Sonne 9. "Links 2-3-4" 10. "Ich will" 11. "Mutter" 12. "Feuer frei!"

In Concert-highlights / Auffhrung
100 Jahre Rammstein Arena Berlin 1996 Herzeleid Seemann Philipshalle Dsseldorf 1997 Spiel mit mir Rock am Ring Festival 1998 Heirate mich Du hast Live aus Berlin Wuhlheide 1998 Sehnsucht (Edited studio recording over live performance) Big Day Out Festival Sydney 2001 Weies Fleisch Asche zu Asche Velodrom Berlin 2001 Ich will Links 2 3 4

Making Of / Dreharbeiten
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Du hast Du riechst so gut 98 Sonne Links 2-3-4 Ich will

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TV Trailer / Reklame
1. 2. 3. 4. Achtung Blitzkrieg! Du hast Links 2-3-4 Mutter

References
[1] LeVasseur, Andrea. "Lichtspielhaus overview" (http:/ / www. allmovie. com/ work/ rammstein-lichtspielhaus-301013). Allmovie (Rovi Corporation). Retrieved on 14 May 2010.

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Vlkerball
Vlkerball

Live album by Rammstein Released Recorded Genre 17 November 2006 November 28, 2004 to July 23, 2005 Industrial metal Neue Deutsche Hrte 104:59 (2CD) Universal John Smith Professional reviews [1] AbsolutePunk.net (72%) link [2] Allmusic link Rammstein chronology

Length Label Producer

Rosenrot '''Vlkerball''' (2005) (2006)

Liebe ist fr alle da (2009)

Vlkerball (German for "Dodgeball", lit. "Peoples' ball") is the German heavy metal band Rammstein's live album/DVD set. It was released on November 17, 2006 in Europe, December 19, 2006 in Canada, and on September 18, 2007 in the U.S. The album was advertised within media by the Ich will live video featured on the DVD and Mann gegen Mann single. The standard edition-packaging comes in both CD-sized and DVD-sized formats. The special edition features two DVDs and one CD. The extra DVD comes with the documentary 'Anakonda Im Netz' and the 'Making Of Reise, Reise album'. The limited edition has two DVDs, two CDs and a photobook.

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Name
Vlkerball is the German name for the game of dodge ball. Literally it means Peoples' Ball. One could also think that the combination of the word Ball, being a dancing event like English ball or prom, in connection with Peoples and relating to the musical act Rammstein, means Dancing/Musical event of (all) peoples.

Versions
Standard edition: 2 disc set
1 DVD, 140min concert footage filmed in: Nmes, Tokyo, London, and Moscow 1 Audio CD, 75min live audio recorded in Nmes Released in both CD-sized packaging and DVD-sized Packaging

Special edition: 3 disc set


1 DVD, 140min concert footage filmed in: Nmes, Tokyo, London, and Moscow 1 Audio CD, 75min live audio recorded in Nmes 1 DVD, 90min documentary: Anaconda in the Net and Reise, Reise: The Making of the Album Released in both CD-sized packaging and DVD-sized Packaging

Limited 'tourbook' edition: 4 disc set


1 DVD, 140min concert footage filmed in: Nmes, Tokyo, London, and Moscow 2 Audio CDs, the entire live-audio-recording of the concert in Nmes (105 minutes, dead airs were edited) 1 DVD, 90min documentary: Anaconda in the Net and Reise, Reise: The Making of the Album 190 page special numbered tour-photobook (27cm x 31cm), Only 40,000 copies were produced, each one marked with a unique serial number.

Track listing
Standard edition Special edition Live DVD Limited edition

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Les Arnes de Nmes, France, July 23, 2005 1. Reise, Reise 2. Links 2 3 4 3. Keine Lust 4. Feuer frei! 5. Asche zu Asche 6. Morgenstern 7. Mein Teil 8. Stein um Stein 9. Los 10. Du riechst so gut 11. Benzin 12. Du hast 13. Sehnsucht 14. Amerika 15. Rammstein 16. Sonne 17. Ich will 18. Ohne dich 19. Stripped Brixton Academy, London, England, February 3, 2005 to February 5, 2005 1. 2. 3. 4. Sonne Rein raus Ohne dich Feuer frei!

Club Citta, Tokyo, Japan, June 3, 2005 1. Mein Teil 2. Du hast 3. Los Trailer Sport Complex Olympiski, Moscow, Russia, November 28, 2004 1. Moskau (Special) Live in Nmes 1. Intro 2. Reise, Reise 3. Links 2 3 4 4. Keine Lust 5. Feuer frei! 6. Asche zu Asche 7. Morgenstern 8. Mein Teil 9. Los 10. Du riechst so gut 11. Benzin 12. Du hast 13. Sehnsucht 14. Amerika 15. Sonne 16. Ich will Entire Nmes concert CD 1 1. Intro 2. Reise, Reise 3. Links 2 3 4 4. Keine Lust 5. Feuer frei! 6. Asche zu Asche 7. Morgenstern 8. Mein Teil 9. Stein um Stein 10. Los CD 2 1. Du riechst so gut 2. Benzin 3. Du hast 4. Sehnsucht 5. Amerika 6. Rammstein 7. Sonne 8. Ich will 9. Ohne dich 10. Stripped 11. Outro

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Bonus DVD documentaries & interviews Not present "Anakonda im Netz": 60 min "Making of the Album Reise, Reise: 25 min

Release history
Country Europe Canada Date November 17, 2006 December 19, 2006

United States September 18, 2007

Charts
Chart (2006) Peak position [3] 1 1 1 1 3 7 7 11 11 18 19 [13] 24 36 48 49 54 [18] 58 61 65 82 99

German Albums Chart Finnish Albums Chart

[4] [5]

Mexican Albums Chart Russian Albums Chart

[6] [7]

Austrian Albums Chart Dutch Albums Chart Swiss Albums Chart

[8]

[9]

Japanese Albums Chart Swedish Albums Chart Danish Albums Chart Czech Albums Chart [10]

[11]

[12]

Norwegian Albums Chart Polish Albums Chart [14]

Belgium Albums Chart

[15] [16]

Australian Albums Chart French Albums Chart

[17]

Portuguese Albums Chart Italian Albums Chart [19]

Spanish Albums Chart NZ Albums Chart [21] [22]

[20]

UK Albums Chart

Vlkerball
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Canadian Albums Chart US Billboard 200 [24] [25]

Irish Albums Chart

Year-end
End of year chart (2007) German Albums Chart Position 30

Certifications
Country Certifications (sales thresholds)

Germany 3x Gold (Album) 2x Platinum (DVD)

Trivia
The emblem on the front of the package below the Rammstein emblem is identical to that of the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, a possible tribute to the Olympics lead vocalist Till Lindemann was to compete in. Most of the Nmes footage was taped in the old Arnes, but the close-ups of the band members were filmed during the UK tour. The outro is Scala & Kolacny Brothers's version of Engel. Vlkerball was nominated for Echo Awards 2007 in the Best DVD category, which was won by Pink Floyd's Pulse.

Personnel
Till Lindemann - vocals, Harmonica on Los Richard Z. Kruspe - Lead Guitars, backing vocals, Acoustic Guitar on Los Paul Landers - Rhythm Guitars, backing vocals, Acoustic Guitar on Los Oliver Riedel - Bass Guitar, backing vocals on Stein um Stein and Sehnsucht

Christoph Schneider - drums Christian Lorenz - keyboards

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External links
Rammstein.com Official English Website (http://www.Rammstein.com) Volkerball.Ru Official Russian Website (http://www.volkerball.ru) Vlkerball (http://musicbrainz.org/release/533c42b9-b57a-4a34-83cf-d378b8fb1413.html) at MusicBrainz

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Emigrate (band)
Emigrate
Origin Genres New York City Alternative metal Heavy metal Industrial rock Industrial metal 20052008 (on hiatus)

Years active

Associated acts Rammstein Clawfinger Website emigrate.eu Members Richard Z. Kruspe Henka Johansson Olsen Involtini Arnaud Giroux [1]

Emigrate is a metal band based in New York, led by Richard Z. Kruspe, the lead guitarist of the German band Rammstein.

History
Kruspe started the band in 2005, when Rammstein decided to take a year off from touring and recording. In many interviews, Kruspe says the idea for Emigrate came to him around Rammsteins Mutter era. On September 5, 2006, members of the Rammstein.de newsletter were sent an invitation to the Emigrate newsletter and given the chance to download the song Wake Up", a sneak peek of the upcoming album. Three song samples were also posted on Emigrates website: My World, Babe, and Temptation. Fans voted Babe as being their favorite, and newsletter recipients were allowed to download Babe in its entirety starting November 29, 2006.[2] On May 21, 2007 the Emigrate Official Website opened and My World was made available for download, in its entirety, to newsletter subscribers. The video for My World has been released and can be viewed on the official website. The video will also be included on the limited edition release of the album Emigrate. In addition to the video, My World is featured on the soundtrack to the third Resident Evil movie, Resident Evil: Extinction. The soundtracks to the previous two movies contained Halleluja and Mein Teil from Rammstein, respectively. On July 27, 2007 Richard made an appearance on Bruce Dickinson rock show on BBC.[3] A video for "New York City" has been released and can be watched on Emigrate.eu [4]. Richard has since left the Emigrate project aside due to Rammstein reuniting in the fall of 2007 to work on their new album Liebe ist fr alle da which was released in October 2009, and also to take part in the subsequent Rammstein tour. "My World" is currently featured at Philadelphia Flyers games at the Wells Fargo Center.

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Members
Richard Z. Kruspe vocals, lead guitar Olsen Involtini rhythm guitar Arnaud Giroux bass guitar, backing vocals Henka Johansson drums

Discography
Singles
Year Title Chart positions UK Singles Chart UK Rock Chart UK Indie Chart 2007 My World New York City 2008 Temptation 14 Emigrate Album

Albums
Emigrate 2007 #131 UK, #7 U.K. Rock, #12 U.K. Indie

Videography
My World (Released August 2 at 11:05 PM, MTV Germany) In this video, Joe Letz, the live drummer of Combichrist is seen to replace Henka Johansson on drums and Margaux Bossieux of New York punk-band Dirty Mary was on second guitar. New York City Directed by the same director of My World.

References
[1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / emigrate. eu "Pilgrim Management Emigrate" (http:/ / www. pilgrim-management. de/ Emigrate/ ). . Retrieved 2006-11-29. "Herzeleid.com" (http:/ / www. herzeleid. com). . Retrieved 2007-06-08. http:/ / www. emigrate. eu

External links
Official (http://www.emigrate.eu/?lang=en) Mexican First Website (http://www.emigrate.com.mx) Interview with Richard Kruspe, 2008 (http://www.punktv.ca/streetteam/jrox.php?id=1008_1_bid_12) The Second Supper Review of Emigrate (http://secondsupper.com/Music/Reviews/Article. aspx?ArticleID=382)

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Feeling B
Feeling B
Origin Genres Years active Berlin, Germany Punk rock 19831993 2007

Associated acts Rammstein Orgasm Death Gimmicks Past members Aljoscha Rompe (deceased) Christian "Flake" Lorenz Paul Landers Alexander Kriening Christoph Zimmermann Christoph "Doom" Schneider

Feeling B was a German punk rock band. They were known as being one of the first punk bands in the former German Democratic Republic (East Germany). The band was founded in Berlin in 1983 and started out firmly grounded in the underground punk scene. Over time, Feeling B's popularity grew greatly and at the end of the German Democratic Republic, it was one of the most respected and influential Eastern German bands despite their underground status. Feeling B concerts were improvised. Frontman Aljoscha Rompe, a Swiss living in East Berlin, supplied the vocals to the band's restless, enduring punk anthems. His accompanying keyboardist and guitarist, then universally referred to as "Flake" and "Paulchen", have since found fame as keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz and rhythm-guitarist Paul H. Landers of Rammstein. Rammstein's singer, Till Lindemann, also participated once with Feeling B for the song "Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend", for which he is credited on the album Hea Hoa Hoa Hea Hea Hoa. Rammstein twice played this song live in St. Petersburg and Moscow in 2001, during their 'Mutter' tour. The group disbanded mid 1990s. On special occasions, the band members would get together for individual concerts at punk festivals, until Rompe died in November 2000 of an asthma attack. There is a book available on Feeling B.[1] [2] Eventually Flake rediscovered tapes of old and partial unreleased recordings. This unreleased material and remixes of some already known songs were released as Grn & Blau in 2007.

Members
Aljoscha Rompe lead-vocals Christian "Flake" Lorenz keyboards Paul Landers electric guitar Alexander Kriening drums, percussion Christoph Zimmermann bass guitar Christoph "Doom" Schneider drums (19901993)

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Discography
Hea Hoa Hoa Hea Hea Hoa (1989) Wir kriegen euch alle (1991) Die Maske des Roten Todes (1993) Grn & Blau (2007)

References
[1] Buch24.de (http:/ / www1. buch24. de/ 1040-0/ 3-483562-1. html) [2] Ostmusik.de (http:/ / www. ostmusik. de/ feeling_b. htm)

"Schtiel"
"Shtil"
Singleby Aria feat. Udo Dirkschneider from the album Shtil Released Format Recorded Genre Length 2001 CD 2001 Heavy metal 4:50 minutes

"Shtil" (Russian: , lit. "Calm") is a song by the Russian band Aria from the 2001 album Himera.[1]

History
The song was originally recorded for a Tribute to Harley Davidson and the title is a duet between Valery Kipelov and Udo Dirkschneider. The title is based on Jack London's short story "Francis Spaight" and tells about a ship crew that is lost in the sea and starved to cannibalism.

Track listing
1. "Shtil ()"

Personnel
Music is by Vitaly Dubinin lyrics by Margarita Pushkina.

Till Lindemann and Richard Z. Kruspe version

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"Schtiel"

Singleby Till Lindemann and Richard Z. Kruspe Released Format Recorded Genre August 30, 2003 CD 2003 Neue Deutsche Hrte Industrial metal 5:12 Motor Richard Z. Kruspe

Length Label Producer

Till Lindemann and Richard Z. Kruspe (vocalist and guitarist of German industrial metal band Rammstein, respectively) covered the song and released it as a single. Till sang the song completely in the original Russian.

History
It was released as a single with 400 copies for the 2003 Harley Party in Moscow, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Harley Davidson motorbikes. It was re-titled "Schtiel", so as to be pronounced properly in German, the language in which most of Rammsteins songs are written.

Track listing
1. "Schtiel"

Personnel
Till Lindemann lead vocals, drums Richard Z. Kruspe guitars, bass guitars, backing vocals

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References
[1] Aria - Shtil (8/10) - Russia - 2002 - Xzona.net.ru (http:/ / xzona. net. ru/ index. php?newsid=30)

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