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Sehnsucht
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by: Rammstein


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Slash
EAN: 0731453990128
Feature: Shrink-wrapped
Item Dimensions: 4749225559
Label: Slash
Languages: EnglishPublishedGermanOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Slash
Model: 2139432
MPN: 2539901
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: January 13, 1998
Publisher: Slash
Release Date: January 13, 1998
Studio: Slash

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  • Shrink-wrapped



Disc 1:
  1. Sehnsucht
  2. Engel
  3. Tier
  4. Bestrafe Mich
  5. Du Hast
  6. Buck Dich
  7. Spiel Mit Mir
  8. Klavier
  9. Alter Mann
  10. Eifersucht
  11. Kuss Mich (Fellfrosch)
  12. Bonus Track 1
  13. Bonus Track
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
There's not a big precedent for German bands succeeding in the United 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 Hate" 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

Amazon.com:
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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