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  • Rammstein is a German industrial metal band from Berlin, formed in 1994. The band consists of members Till Lindemann (lead vocals), Richard Z. Kruspe (lead guitar and backing vocals), Paul H.
  • 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.
  • Ramstein or Rammstein could refer to: In Germany: * Ramstein-Miesenbach, German municipality * Ramstein Air Base, an air base located near that location * Ramstein airshow disaster, an airshow disaster that happened there
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rammstein t shirt - Mutter
Mutter
Mutter
This tour edition is packaged in the same way as the first limited edition Mutter - a double fold out digipak with bonus CD of live tracks including, 'Ich Will', 'Links 2 3 4', 'Sonne' & 'Spieluhr'. 2001.

This German industrial-metal machine has proven itself to be quite popular, with their engaging, potent brand of electronic-enhanced guitar rock and outlandish stage shows appealing to everyone from young teens to fortysomethings. (Their last studio release, 1998's Sehnsucht, went gold in the U.S.) On their third studio album, Mutter, the sextet augments its propulsive sound with a live string section and a soprano on a few tracks, while offering two mellower tracks to show their soft side. Even if they're not breaking down major barriers with their latest release, the enigmatic Rammstein should still continue pleasing numerous musical insurgents across the globe. --Bryan Reesman

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T-shirt designs
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Perhaps this tells you something about what kind of person I am? (I wear shirts with these designs) No, I am not an Irish-German tattoed raver with rock influences.

rammstein t shirt
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Sehnsucht
Limited Christmas edition of the controversial Germanalternative metal group's 1997 & second album with threebonus tracks added, 'Rammstein' (Eskimos & Egypt Radio Edit), 'Du Riechst So Gut - 98' & 'Du Hast' (Remix By Clawfinger). 14 tracks total, also fe

There's not a big precedent for German bands succeeding in theUnited States, the '80s bombast-rock of the Scorpions notwithstanding. Rammstein, however, may be the macho men to get the job done, at least in a concert setting. Decidedly Teutonic and militant in sound and lyrics--they sing in German and their commanding semi-industrial metal is compelling--Rammstein garnered rock-radio airplay for the catchy sing-along "Du Hast," which translates here as "You Have" and bears a striking musical resemblance to the Golden Earring tune "Twilight Zone." While Sehnsucht's 11 songs are solid, it's the live shows where everything gels. There, KISS pyrotechnics and disturbing NIN-like images, for example, complement Rammstein's forceful music. Without the visual stimuli, Sehnsucht (which means "longing") is still a strong effort, but live is where the album's Germanic gems really shine. --Katherine Turman

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