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Rammstein

Rammstein were formed in 1993 by an assembly of factory-weary proletarians raised in East Germany. They took theirname(adding an"m")from the location of a German tragedy where 80 people were hurt and killed as the result of a crash duringan American Air Force flightshow.(The literal translation of "ram stein" is a battering ram made of stone.) Word of Rammstein'shorror/romanticist blend of theater andmusic --one-time Olympics winner Till Lindemann would sing entire songs engulfedinflame from head to toe -- spread quickly. The band's firstalbum,Herzeleid (Heartache),built on the ground screated ...read more

Rammstein were formed in 1993 by an assembly of factory-weary proletarians raised in East Germany. They took theirname(adding an"m")from the location of a German tragedy where 80 people were hurt and killed as the result of a crash duringan American Air Force flightshow.(The literal translation of "ram stein" is a battering ram made of stone.) Word of Rammstein'shorror/romanticist blend of theater andmusic --one-time Olympics winner Till Lindemann would sing entire songs engulfedinflame from head to toe -- spread quickly. The band's firstalbum,Herzeleid (Heartache),built on the ground screated by theband's live reputation. Scaling the German charts (and remaining there untiltherelease of the second RammsteinLP some twoyears later), the album also introduced the band to the world outside oftheGermany/Switzerland/Austria region. As Rammstein'ssecond album, Sehnsucht (Longing), was released, the band was headliningthroughoutEurope to crowds of 10,000 to 30,000people. Sehnsucht entered the German charts at number one immediately upon its release andcame verycloseto doing the samein Austria and Switzerland. Within weeks, entries on other countries' charts had Sehnsucht rubbing elbows withtheProdigy,Radiohead, andthe Rolling Stones on Billboard's cumulative Eurochart. From there the fever spread,transcendinganyperceivedlanguage barrier. Mutter followed in 2001, Reise, Reise in 2004, and the live collection Volkerball in 2006. Liebe IstfurAlle Dafollowed in 2009.A limited edition of the album was packed in a metal suitcase that also housed six sex toys, one foreachmember of the band. « hide

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LPs
Liebe Ist Für Alle Da
2009

3.6
728 Votes
Rosenrot
2005

3.4
886 Votes
Reise, Reise
2004

3.8
1,083 Votes
Mutter
2001

4
1,274 Votes
Sehnsucht
1998

3.8
993 Votes
Herzeleid
1995

3.7
731 Votes
Live Albums
Rammstein: Paris
2017

4.3
4 Votes
Rammstein in Amerika
2015

4.2
5 Votes
Völkerball
2006

4
201 Votes
Live aus Berlin
1999

3.9
195 Votes
Compilations
Dem Regen
2014

Videos 1995 - 2012
01/15/2013

4.8
15 Votes
Made in Germany 1995 - 2011
2011

4
72 Votes
Lichtspielhaus
2003

3.9
15 Votes
Original Single Kollektion
1998

3.8
2 Votes

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