Rammstein ‎– Rammstein

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Tracklist

1 Deutschland 5:26
2 Radio 4:37
3 Zeig Dich 4:15
4 Ausländer 3:51
5 Sex 3:56
6 Puppe 4:33
7 Was Ich Liebe 4:29
8 Diamant 2:34
9 Weit Weg 4:20
10 Tattoo 4:11
11 Hallomann 4:11

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Notes

Recorded at Studios La Fabrique, Saint-Rémy De Provence.
Mixed at Quench-Field Studios, Berlin.
Mastered at Chartmakers, Helsinki.
Tracks 3, 6 session recorded at Studio of the National State Teleradiocompany Belarus, Minsk.

Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker On Package): 0602577493973
  • Label Code: LC 20682
  • Matrix / Runout: 00602577493973 F1 56672
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN13
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 3722
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 3705
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0602577493942 Rammstein Rammstein(2x12", Album, 180) Universal Music Group 0602577493942 Europe 2019 Sell This Version
0602577493973 Rammstein Rammstein(CD, Album, Dlx, Unofficial) Universal Music Group (2) 0602577493973 Russia 2019 Sell This Version
UICO-9073 Rammstein = ラムシュタイン* Rammstein = ラムシュタイン* - Rammstein = ラムシュタイン(CD, Album, Dlx, Ltd, S/Edition, Dig) Universal Music UICO-9073 Japan 2019 Sell This Version
0602577493942/ 2577493942 Rammstein Rammstein(2x12", Album, 180) Universal Music Group 0602577493942/ 2577493942 USA & Canada 2019 Sell This Version
none Rammstein Rammstein(11xFile, AIFF, Album) Rammstein GBR none Europe 2019

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martindavey87

martindavey87

June 25, 2019

Released in 2019, Rammstein’s self-titled seventh album came out a lengthy ten-years after its predecessor, 2009’s ‘Liebe ist fur Alle Da’. The band managed to maintain popularity over the years by continuing to tour, with their world-renowned stage show becoming impossibly bigger and bigger each time. But with such an extended break from the studio, does absence really make the heart grow fonder?

There’s no doubt ‘Rammstein’ is quintessential Rammstein (aha!). It’s got all the elements that make the band so unique, be it Til Lindemann’s deep and powerful voice, the heavy, riff-oriented guitar work, the electronic pop elements or the overwhelmingly heavy and catchy compositions. But unfortunately, there’s just something a little underwhelming about the album as a whole, and I think that perhaps after ten years of waiting, it just kind of feels like it could have been a little bit better, maybe?

Ah, who am I kidding? It’s still a great release, and in a world where more and more bands are failing to feel as “big” as they once did, it shows that Rammstein, a German-singing industrial metal band, can peak chart lists and fill up stadiums of tens of thousands of fans the world over, with their less-is-more approach showing that you don’t need to be musical virtuosos to release a compelling metal album. And while the quality of the tracks do start to dip a little halfway through, there’s still some standout moments here that deserve mention.

‘Deutschland’, ‘Radio’, ‘Sex’, ‘Auslander’, ‘Zeig Dich’ and ‘Weit Weg’ are all fantastic and amazingly catchy tracks, and show that the band, 25 years into their career and still with the original line-up, are nowhere near slowing down. And while ‘Rammstein’ may not possess any unique, singular quality that makes it stand out from the German’s discography, it’s honestly just a great album that is sure to please fans of the band.
bjred

bjred

May 29, 2019

Its a grower of an album, wasn't a fan at first. Deutschland and Radio didn't grab me by the balls.
I noticed people mentioning distortion, my copy sounds fine, lacks a bit of punch however my Side 4 skips and is unplayable :(.