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  • Audio CD (March 28, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Republic
  • ASIN: B000BK8FH4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
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Rammstein, Rosenrot

East German industrial titans follow up 2004's Reise Reise with this fifth studio album, whose title translates as "Rose Red". It consists of leftover material from the Reise Reise sessions which the band felt strong enough to merit a release in its own right. On this album they continue to broaden their palette with a track in Spanish and a duet with Texas's Sharleen Spiteri on "Stirb Nicht Vor Mir" ("Don't Die Before Me"). Includes the single "Benzin" ("Petrol").

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One of the best of Rammstein's albums.
Wayne H
This album has just as much energy as any Rammstein album, and sounds different than any of them as well.
A must have for any metal/industrial fan.
H. Escobar

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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on November 29, 2005
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Even though Rammstein released a new album only a year after their 2004 release, "Reise, Reise," and several of the songs on "Rosenrot" are b-sides from the 2004 recording sessions, it is an unfair statement to say the new album is "Reise, Reise: Part 2." Sure, the chugga-chugga riffs that 1998's "Sehnsucht" had are still mostly missing, but "Rosenrot" is not nearly as dark or brooding as its predecessor. And six of the songs on here are "Reise, Reise" out-takes, but five of the songs are new, and it's hard to tell which are which. On this, Rammstein's fifth record, the German industrial metal machine offsets artsy songs with full-fledged rockers. "Wo Bist Du" contrasts guitar crunch with a wind instrument of some kind, and some beeping synthesizers; track six is almost a power ballad with soft strumming and female singing; and "Ein Lied" even finds a choir joining the scene. But, conversely, there is still plenty of stuff to snap your neck to. "Spring" has snarling vocals in the verses and heavy, pounding riffs in the choruses; "Zerstoren" has chug and churn guitars which almost make your speakers vibrate; and "Hilf Mir" ends with explosive riffs that take turns with cool piano playing. Two other standout tracks are "Mann Gegen Mann" and "Feuer und Wasser." These songs make good use of a soft-loud dynamic, with restrained verses and thunderous choruses. All in all, "Rosenrot" is not Rammstein's finest work to date, but it is yet another very solid album from a very solid band. It isn't a mindblowing album, but it will surely satisfy and solidify a strong fan base. If you're a fan and you can find it, definitely grab it.
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Michigoon VINE VOICE on January 11, 2006
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This is a hard review for me to write. I'm a fan of every single Rammstein track, album, Live performance, video... you get the idea. When I first heard Rosenrot, I was torn as I tried to figure out whether I was listening to musical genius or the fall of a great band. Sounds scary, but rest assured- I love this album.

So where's the controversy? To understand Rosenrot, you need some background. Shortly after the release of Reise, Reise, Rammstein found themselves a bit disillusioned with touring (where someband members began to feel the weight of fans' demand for over-the-top shows), and with their record company (as they were only one album short of fulfulling their contract and re-negotiating their terms). Returning to the studio briefly, the band agreed that there was enough material leftover from the previous album to begin a work originally called Reise, Reise Part 2. Adding in some new tracks, Rammstein quickly pushed out the successor that became Rosenrot, which they now felt was strong enough to be a stand-alone album, and not just a Part 2.

So is Rosenrot just a half-baked attempt to fulfill some random obligations? Not in this reviewer's opinion. A few tracks will definately grate on some listener's ears (Stirb Night vor Mir is the un-popular choice here), but all of the fuss over only a small number of hit-or-miss tracks should tell you something about the history of the band. Rammstein fans are used to releases full of potential singles, where nary a weak song exists. Even if you wind up passing on a few tracks, what's left is brutally fun music that's well worth the purchase price. Right off the bat, the album opens up with Benzin and Mann Gegen Mann, guitar-heavy tracks that will please Rammstein fans of any era.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By EMAN NEP on November 3, 2005
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Just got the newest Rammstein album from Amazon.de today! (Hint hint). So, how is it? How does it stack up against the other four Rammstein albums? I have to say that I loved "Reise, Reise"-- easily a five star album, thanks to songs like, "Reise, Reise", "Keine Lust", "Mein Teil", "Amerika", "Ohne Dich", and "Amour".

As for "Rosenrot", the best tracks here are "Benzin" (a rather fitting song since everyone's fussing about gas prices), "Mann gegen Mann", "Spring", and "Zerstoeren". Of all the songs on the CD, those were the ones I found myself listening to the most. ESPECIALLY "Zerstoeren"! My goodness is that a hard and heavy song!!! If you love "Mein Teil" and "Weisses Fleisch" you're sure to love this one! It starts off with a bit of a middle eastern sound to it.

There are a few other surprise in this CD as well: "Te Quiero Puta!" is almost entirely sung by Rammstein--in SPANISH!

The song "Stirb nicht vor mir" has the English translation next to it: (Don't die before I do). Why's that, you ask? Well, because that song has some ENGLISH parts in it, but with the bulk of the song still in German. That song is a bit hard for me to describe. Oh, let's put it this way, non-traditional Rammstein and the female singer for the English parts is from Texas.

Overall, there were about 4 or 5 songs on this CD that I really liked, which is certainly not bad considering there are 11 tracks. And for this being their fifth album that is especially impressive. Rammstein is fortunate not to have dwindled away into mediocrity.

So fear not loyal Rammstein fan, the ship pictured on the front of the CD is sound and sea-worthy, floats, and sure as hell will break through the ice!
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