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Rammstein In Amerika [Blu-ray]

4.9 out of 5 stars 138 customer reviews

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On September 25, IDJ/UMe will release Rammstein In Amerika in 2Blu-ray packages, pairing the incendiary Madison Square Garden concert, expertly filmed and recorded in 5.1 surround, with a feature-length documentary film directed by Hannes Rossacher. A 20-minute film about the making of Rammstein's sixth album, Liebe ist für alle da, is also included.
The two-hour Rammstein In Amerika documentary is a chronological exploration of the band's history, from the members' shared experience of limited touring and other creative business opportunities behind the Iron Curtain in their native East Germany to bursting onto the world's stage as metal/rock heroes after Germany's reunification.

Product Details

  • Actors: Rammstein
  • Directors: Hannes Rossacher, Paul Landers
  • Format: Blu-ray, Surround Sound
  • Language: German (DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0), German (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French, Japanese, Portuguese, English, Russian
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: German, English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Mercury
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2015
  • Run Time: 251 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B013UY4A9E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,960 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By J. W. Mills on October 2, 2015
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This is now my favorite Blu-ray!!! I may be a bit biased though. I first saw R+ in 1998 in Seattle, after that show I purchased my first concert DVD, Live Aus Berlin. I had it sitting in my collection and tried to get my wife to watch it, she wouldn't. Then while I was away for a weekend she happened to watch it TWICE in one night! She was not a fan until then. So for the next few years (Approx. 10) when we'd talk about concerts we'd been to, I would hold the fact that I had seen R+ live, and she hadn't. Well that all changed with the LIFAD tour as R+ once again came around on May 14, 2012 to Tacoma. We bought tickets as soon as they were on sale. We left the concert euphoric. I kept hoping for a decent concert DVD to come out. Völkerball and Live Aus Berlin were good in their own respects, but I felt the sound wasn't what it could be and the images not as sharp as they could be. After once again being treated for a third show, again in Tacoma May 15, 2013, I could only hope for a great DVD of a Rammstein concert. Well here we are in 2015, and now we have the definitive concert BLU-RAY! The sound is off the charts, and the images are crisp (especially when it comes to the sparks)! Till's vocals are all there, the guitars are more 'crunchy' than a studio album, and the stage antics are a sight! This perfectly captures what it is like to experience R+ in the flesh, save for two things, the heat, and the sweat.

Even if you are not a fan of R+ I cannot recommend this purchase enough, at least find someone who has it to see for yourself! I have been to plenty of concerts in my life and none of them top R+. If you are a fan of music and performance....watch this NOW! Do not get hung up on "Oh it's in German, what's the point?" If you do you are selling yourself, and this band, considerably short, music and performance don't always have to be understood to get a feeling across.
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I`m not sure how much was actually shot at the MSG in NY City, but it`s a good show. A lot of it seems to be from the show I attended in Montreal on December 9, 2010 ("Sécurité" written on Bell Centre security people, Rammstein-Quebec flag, and can NY City people sign that well in French during Frühling in Paris?. etc). That being said, some footage from Engel is not from Montreal as they had some technical difficulties with the right-hand-side wing on Till in the middle of the song.

It's not the same as being there (feeling the heat from all the fire, and the explosion don't feel very load at home, but it`s very good.
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By historybuff on September 26, 2015
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Next best thing to seeing them in concert. This band NEVER fails to deliver. I have seen them 3 times live (Toronto, Cleveland and Denver) and they put on a show. First - Kudos to Amazon. This was shipped on Thursday (release date) and I received it today (Saturday). I love Amazon shipping. Just finished watching the concert - It's Rammstein - enough said. Sound and video are superb. The documentary is also amazing. It is really about their first introduction to America and how they have evolved. Interesting to watch. They do have English subtitles when the band is talking, but throughout the video, there are large portions/segments where someone (not sure who, don't think it's any of the band members) is talking in German and there are no subtitles. Kind of weird that they have subtitles for everything else. Regardless, it is still excellent. Highly recommend this DVD
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Hey, it's Rammstein, got to be a 5-star, right? As a few other reviews note, this looks like a music video. And that is fine for a 3 minute music video. But to watch an entire concert like this is frustrating and I was disappointed. What do I mean? Each view is literally less than a second, meaning, you see one camera shot for a millisecond then another shot for a millisecond. It’s all “chopped up”. So you see the drums for a brief flash, then cut to Till for a millisecond, then back to Richard, then to… It’s more chopped up than this review. I watched it. I don’t regret purchasing it. But there are better bootleg videos done by fans on YouTube. I want to see a concert from the view of someone actually at the show. Not from 187 cameras. Yes, the different angles and views are great. But let me see them for more than a second. And almost the entire video is this way. A few of the fire effects are shown a bit longer. But not much longer. If you’re a fan, go ahead and buy it but know what you are getting. I still prefer how Live Aus Berlin and Volkerball were shot. My 2 cents.
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I'd love to give this 5*'s but here's why I didn't:

Re: Concert Bluray:
The stylized editing of the concert makes it look like a music video. Editing was tight, and I was certainly glad they included some behind-the-scenes footage, but because of the post-effects look, overdriven colors, etc it felt less like a concert performance and more like a music video. The sound mix is incredible, and you will blow your windows out with the right 5.1/7.1 setup.

Re: Rammstein Documentary:
THIS is what really shines. A solid two hours of ancient footage of band members in their first performances in separate bands back in East Germany, compelling story, heaps of anecdotes and behind the scenes footage.
Montreal / MSG Concert footage used in this documentary has a much cleaner look that I would have preferred for the Concert Bluray.
Loads of artist/creative cameos sharing opinions and anecdotes on Rammstein.
Fully customizable audio and subtitles, languages at least English and German. I, for one, was happy I could listen to it in original sound while my wife could read along in English.
This disc would be worth it even if sold alone.
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