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Liebe Ist Für Alle Da (standard version)

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2009 release from the German Metal band, their sixth release overall. Liebe Ist Fur Alle De is the long awaited follow-up to the 2005 album Rosenrot. The features a blend of the classic Rammstein sound mixed with more texture, energy and power. Features 11 tracks including the first single 'Pussy'.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Rammlied
  2. Ich Tu Dir Weh
  3. Waidmanns Heil
  4. Haifisch
  5. B********
  6. Frühling in Paris
  7. Wiener Blut
  8. Pussy
  9. Liebe Ist für Alle Da
  10. Mehr
  11. Roter Sand


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 20, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music
  • ASIN: B002OOG6RQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,044 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The New Rammstein album. All the fans have been waiting for ages for the album to come out. But, finally: Here it is. Should we be happy; I would say: yes! Worth waiting for. Let's start off with the review of the tracks. At first I would like to say that I also would go into the lyrics(luckily I master German), which are great! Very solid album, worth 4.5 stars.

1. Rammlied
The improved version of "Rammstein"(the track of Herzeleid). More aggresive, faster, sounding better and it "works" better. The intro is great and the lyrics show you that your waiting was not for nothing. "Wer wartet mit Besonnenheit; der wird belohnt am rechten Zeit. Nun das warten hat ein ende"(Who waits with composure, will be rewarded. Well, the waiting has come to an end). YOU as listener are rewarded for your patience. In the track they also mention that they are BACK! At the Bridge Till Lindemann is shouting out his "EIN RICHTUNG!!!" etc. verse; it sounds a bit like Hitler's Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer, but I'm sure as heck that Rammstein did this intentionally: They WANT to be controversial, even though they are NOT nazis.

2. Ich Tu Dir Weh
I hurt you; I don't feel sorry, it feels good to me, when you're screaming! That's essentially what the chorus says. It's "funny"; so absurd; just great. The main riff is catchy as well as the whole song. One of my personal favorites of the album. It's about someone who loves him; but he doesn't love the other one. Actually the person Till sings about is being torture badly. "Bei dir hab ich die Wahl der Qual"; a nice word play. Usually in German it is "qual der wahl"(the problem of choice; which one to pick??), in this case it's the other way around: which way should he choose in order to hurt the person in question.
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"Liebe ist fur alle Da" is just as surprising as the early critics said it would be. Rammstein comes back with more talented drumming and vocals than I ever expected. The guitars are still simple and straight-forward, but that doesn't mean the music isn't full of personality.

The music is the most mature and professional that Rammstein has played so far. Till goes out there briefly with short death growls in a couple tracks and in intervals throughout the album he showcases very melodic singing even better than in "Mutter". The rest of the vocals are all "Herzeleid" and "Reise, Reise"-style shouting.

The production on this album is the greatest thing. The music is the clearest and cleanest that I've heard from an industrial band. The bass guitar is clearly audible, the snare and bass drums have that authoritative, sensual pounding again and Till's vocals, while occasionally swallowed by the guitars, fit perfectly with the music.

It's impossible for me to compare it with other music because... it's Rammstein. They don't really fit in with other bands. But within Rammstein's own discography, if this album isn't their best it's a tie with the best.

The catchiest songs with the most replay value are "Ich tu Dir Weh", [...], "Weidmanns Heil", "Wiener Blut", "Frueling in Paris" and "Mehr". [...] is silly and obnoxious, but when it's stuffed in with the rest of the album, it becomes fun, and the sense of humor shows. The way you felt about the songs "Reise, Reise" and "Ein Lied" is probably the way you're going to feel about "Rammlied" and "Roter Sand" respectively.

"Rammlied" deserves a fair chance to be considered as a creative and brooding, updated themesong for the band.
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Of all the "highly anticipated albums" released this year, by the likes of "Alice in Chains" (don't even get me started there)... by Pearl Jam... and so on... which were TERRIBLE (and yet somehow each has reviews stating "album of the year")... THIS album, Really does fit that bill.

Rosenrot (their last album) was a bit of a mis-step for the band, in my opinion. I didn't like it anywhere near as much as "Mutter" or "Reise, Reise"... but with this release, Rammstein is back to showcase their true ability & talent.

The 1st track, "Rammlied", can be best described as "Rammstein" (from "Herzeleid"), on Steroids! Seriously, it's what that song would've sounded like, had they written it during "Mutter" instead of "Herzeleid" (their 1st album). So literally, they start the album off strong... and it just gets better from there.

I was pretty nervous about this album... not only because of the direction "Rosenrot" took; but because I've been SORELY disappointed with EVERY release this year. Thankfully, they delivered... and did so in typical Rammstein fashion. Melodically & Lyrically, one of their best albums (though Mutter will always be my Favorite, as "Ænima" will always be my fav. Tool album)....

You should definitely get this album... especially the Deluxe 2 Disc edition! There are 5 non-LP Bonus tracks (1 instrumental)... none of them are crappy "Remixes", which Artists so frequently these days, include as "bonus tracks". Nope... full fledged, well written songs, that for whatever reason, didn't make the actual album. It's definitely refreshing to see that Rammstein "still get it" in that regard... as too many Artists just "throw away" their unused album songs because they feel they're "not up to par"...
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