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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Rammstein: Das Neue Deutsche Härte

RMS001Rammstein takes its name indirectly from the western German town of Ramstein, site of an airshow disaster in 1988. The band's signature song, the eponymous "Rammstein", is a commemoration of the tragedy that took place at the Ramstein Air Base. The extra "m" in the band's name allows the word to translate literally as "ramming stone" or "battering ram", reinforcing the image of the band's music as fierce and relentless. Despite lyrics that are in German, the band has enjoyed success outside of Germany, both in Europe, North America as well as Japan, Australia and New Zealand. With the album Reise, Reise (2004), they became the most successful German-language band of all time internationally. Rammstein has had several top ten singles in Europe.

Although Rammstein is often generalized as industrial metal, its music spans a variety of related styles, including hard rock and heavyRMS002 metal. The band was strongly influenced by Laibach, a Slovenian neo-classical and industrial group. Other influences include DAF (Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft), Oomph! and Ministry, but the contrast between individual songs such as "Bestrafe mich", "Ohne dich" and "Te quiero puta!" makes the band difficult to classify. The members have given Rammstein's genre the name "Tanz-Metall" (Dance metal), a subgenre of Neue Deutsche Härte (New German hardness).

Rammstein has achieved particular fame (not to mention notoriety) 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 kill"). 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".

Rammstein – Live in Prague 12–03–04

General Information
12/03/2004
Prague, Czech Republic
T-Mobile Arena
Harddrive Source
Version 1 of 2 RMS004

Setlist - Disc 1
01. Intro
02. Reise Reise
03. Links 2 3 4
04. Keine Lust
05. Feuer Frei
06. Rein Raus
07. Morgenstern
08. Mein Teil
09. Stein Um Stein
10. Los
11. Moskau
12. Du Riechst So Gut

Setlist - Disc 2
13. Du Hast
14. Sehnsucht
15. Amerika
16. [ Pause For Encore #1 ]
17. Rammstein
18. Sonne
19. Ich Will
20. [ Pause For Encore #2 ]
21. Ohne Dich
22. Stripped
23. Outro


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1 Comments:

Blogger stepfunk said...

HI, I would love to listen this one, please re-upload !

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