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RammsteinReise, Reise

Label:Universal Music Group – 2729672
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180g
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Industrial Metal


A1Reise, Reise
AccordionMichael Kaden
Arranged By [Add. String Arrangements]Sven Helbig
A2Mein Teil
Arranged By [Add. Choir Arrangements]Sven Helbig
Choir, PerformerDresdner Kammerchor
Conductor [Choir]Andreas Pabst
A3Dalai Lama5:39
B1Keine Lust3:43
Arranged By [Add. Choir Arrangements]Sven Helbig
Choir, PerformerDresdner Kammerchor
Conductor [Choir]Andreas Pabst
AccordionMichael Kaden
Vocals [Add. Vocal Appearance]Viktoria Fersh
Arranged By [Add. Choir Arrangements]Sven Helbig
Choir, PerformerDresdner Kammerchor
Conductor [Choir]Andreas Pabst
C3Stein Um Stein
Arranged By [Add. String Arrangements]Olsen Involtini, Sven Helbig
D1Ohne Dich
Arranged By [Add. String Arrangements]Olsen Involtini

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Original artwork in deluxe gatefold sleeve, with "RAMMS+EIN + logo" embossed in white characters on front.

Contains 16-page, 12" booklet and printed inner sleeves.
First time as solo vinyl instead of collection.

[On front sticker:]
180 gram
Heavyweight Vinyl

[On back cover and labels A & C]
(P) & (C) 2015 Universal Music Domestic Division, a Division of Universal Music GmbH
Made in the EU.

[On the inside of the booklet:]
The album was originally released in 2004 by Universal Music Domestic Division, a division of Universal Music GmbH/Germany.

[Additional runout informations:]
4V is mirrored and etched side A.
2=X is mirrored and etched side B.
3lX is mirrored and etched side C.
1T is mirrored and side etched D.

All songs published by Musik-Edition Discoton GmbH/UMPG (GEMA) & Tamtam Fialik Musikverlag (GEMA),
sub-published in the U.S. by Universal Music - MBG Songs (ASCAP) & Tamtam Fialik Musikverlag, admin. Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 602527 296722
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0602527296722
  • Label Code: LC 14513
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched, STERLING stamped): B988070-01 A₁ 4V 60252-7-29673-9A RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched, STERLING stamped): B988070-01 B₁ 2=X 60252-7-29673-9B RJ STERLING
  • Other (On label A): 2729673
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched, STERLING stamped): B988070-02 C₁ 3lX 60252-7-29674-6C RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched, STERLING stamped): B988070-02 D₁ 1T 60252-7-29674-6D RJ STERLING
  • Other (On label C): 2729674
  • Rights Society (On labels A & C): BIEM/SDRM
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 103)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Reise, Reise (CD, Album, Digipack)Universal Music Canada0249868149Canada2004
Reise, Reise (CD, Album, Stereo, UML Pressing)Universal Records, Republic RecordsB0003693-02US2004
Recently Edited
Reise, Reise (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Digipak)Universal Music, Universal Music9868149, 06024 9868149Europe2004
Reise, Reise (CD, Album)Universal Music60249868150Brazil2004
New Submission
Reise, Reise (CD, Album)Universal Music Russia9868150Russia2004


lonelystormtrooper's avatar
Edited one year ago
Here is my review of this. My equipment: Audio Technica AT-LP120 (entry level turntable), Klipsch R-620F (the cheapest Klipsch speakers Best Buy sells) and a hybrid tube amp with two aux imputs for digital, etc. I'm pushing a grand total of 33 watts over here but I crank it.

This record sounds really balanced but obviously digital. The lows aren't super low; the guitars are THICK, the bass drum sounds more like an afterthought; the vocals are crisp; the bass tone is a bit more defined. Overall, it sounds okay. It doesn't blow me away like a Pink Floyd record, but why should it--it was originally released in 2004 on CD and wasn't recorded to tape (as far as I know). The pressing itself is nice (as many EU pressings are superior to US pressings in my experience) but it reminds me of some Music On Vinyl pressings (meaning the cover art leaves a lot to be desired; the artwork is largely blurry and not sharp, but the jacket is still nice and sturdy and the Rammstein wording and logo are raised).

Regardless, this pressing, to my ears, is super sharp and bright but still comes through with the bass and guitar when the song gets to that point. To me, Rammstein isn't groove oriented like Pantera nor are they hyper-dynamic like System of a Down. It sounds as if: this is as good as a Rammstein record will ever sound; make of that what you will. I would still recommend this if you're a fan of this band.

Is it worth it? I'd say so. Is it blow-you-away-good? No. Could it be better? Yes. Am I happy to own it? Yes. This completes a poor-man's-audiophile-equipment-review of this record.
ronnydamme's avatar
A bit disappointed, saturated at times, not a huge dynamic, it sounds like trying to put a digital media on a disk with some mastering work ok, but not really impressive...
I just had to stay with my CDs.
I'm listening to it right now and it's like "agressive sound (compression)", but overall it's ok, no more no less.
If I could give it 3 and half stars that would be it.
But overall it's a nice job, maybe deserve 4 stars because I'm in a good mood today.
TruePexo's avatar
Dont buy these Reissues!!!
They are really compressed and sound like garbage in comparison with the CDs!
Zerwelt's avatar
Does it have the hidden track it had on CD?
GummiFace's avatar
Fantastic sound quality for being vinyl. Everything feels high quality.
whotookthisname's avatar
Absolutely fantastic pressing. Holds up incredibly well, especially at higher volumes. I've noticed all kinds of details I never heard before. Everything about this release is high quality; the lyrics booklet and art is just incredible. Love it 5/5