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Links 2 3 4 Single

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Audio CD, Single, May 14, 2001
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Links 2 3 4
  2. Halleluja
  3. Links 2 3 4 [Clawfinger Geradeaus Remix]
  4. Links 2 3 4 [Westbam Technolectro Mix]
  5. Links 2 3 4 [Westbam Hard Rock Cafe Bonus Mix]


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 14, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Musicrama/Koch
  • ASIN: B0000DEO2Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,493,284 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
This single (released May 14, 2001) is the second to come off of Rammstein's MUTTER album, and is particularly valuable for Rammstein fans because it includes a slightly-different version of a rare song entitled "Halleluja," which was only released on the Japanese edition and a limited 2 CD version of MUTTER. "Links 2 3 4" is another catchy song; as with Rammstein's previous single SONNE, they extracted one of the finer songs from MUTTER and, combined with the remixes, created an entity of its own. "Links 2 3 4" also has an ambiguous tone, yet Richard Kruspe-Bernstein, one of the guitarists and the songwriter for Rammstein, in an interview, stated that the song was written to curb foolish accusations that the band were supporters of Nazism; apparently their hearts sway more to the `left-wing' of the spectrum, hence the title of this song.
With this interpretation notwithstanding, the song is vivid, which is one of Rammstein's most defining and profound characteristics. The sound of marching can be heard in the background; a symbolic trait of this song, perhaps to portray the rhythm of their heartbeats (a word oft mentioned in the chorus) and to where they orderly turn. The song "Halleluja" is not quite as ambiguous, yet its imagery does not falter. This particular song is about derangement and religion, seen and experienced through the eyes of a pastor.
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Well this is there second single of the new "mutter"(mother) album the d contains Links-2-3-4 and Hallaluja(h) and some links remixes the song (meaning left 2-3-4) is a political statement from the Berlin boys telling us exactly were there heart beats,Left.Contradicting claims they are right wing (e.g NAZI) this is a very fast tune and great lyrics one of the best songs off the new album a MUST buy for all Rammsteiners and even those who arn't. The bonus song Hallaluja(h) is also a great song which is a secret trach on the jappanese editon of Mutter.All in all a great songle buy.
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I loved this single, it is the best single that I've heard so far and I plan to get the next one(Ich Will). This single starts out with the album version of Links then Halleluja then Links Clawfinger remix the Westbam Techno and Hardrock remixes. The whole thing nothing but tightness.:D
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