More than a video collection (even though it contains more than 10 music video clips), this DVD includes more than 40 minutes of rare and special material, such as live footage from all over the world as well as interviews and award ceremonies.
More than a video collection (even though it contains more than 10 music video clips), this DVD includes more than 40 minutes of rare and special material, such as live footage from all over the world as well as interviews and award ceremonies.
602498658116
Rammstein - Lichtspielhaus

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Format: DVD
Label: UNIV
Catalog: 186809
Rel. Date: 01/13/2004
UPC: 602498658116

Lichtspielhaus
Artist: Rammstein
Format: DVD
New: Available to Order $11.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Du Riechst So Gut '98
2. Seemann
3. Rammstein
4. Engel
5. Du Hast
6. Du Riechst So Gut '95
7. Stripped
8. Sonne
9. Links 2 3 4 1
10. Ich Will 1
11. Mutter 1
12. Feuer Frei! 1
13. Herzeleid 1
14. Seemann 1
15. Spiel Mit Mir 1
16. Heirate Mich 1
17. Du Hast 1
18. Sehnsucht 1
19. Weisses Fleisch 2
20. Asche Zu Asche 2
21. Ich Will 2
22. Links 2 3 4

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More than a video collection (even though it contains more than 10 music video clips), this DVD includes more than 40 minutes of rare and special material, such as live footage from all over the world as well as interviews and award ceremonies.

Reviews:

Listening to a Rammstein record is kinda like reading the novelization of a Terminator movie-the plot's there, but you shouldn't have to summon up all those explosions with just your puny little imagination. Yes, we all know how engaging their good-humoredly melodramatic sweep, trashy techno-metal cheese, and gutter-level gutturals can be. But Rammstein's popularity also owes quite a bit to the band's willingness to set themselves on fire. If you're gonna have a synthesizer in your rock band, after all, then the guy behind the keys should be required to wear a metal claw that shoots out sparks-and to do a silly dance centerstage when called upon.

That said, this DVD is surprisingly tame. The live performances are less incendiary (literally) than you might hope, or maybe it's just that videotaped explosions just don't top the real thing. (That's why Gott invented special effects crews.) The videos are also a mixed bag, since jumbling visual clich less interesting than doing the same to musical ones. Till Lindeman makes use of his Olympic physique in the homoerotic video for "Du Reichst So Gut," which also features a puzzled Doberman. Another video concerns a woman in red, who is seduced by a man with skin like gray clay. When he opens his shirt, ravenous wolf mouths protrude from his flesh. If it's stylized creepiness you crave, rather than visceral flesh-crawling, these Teutons got it goin' on.

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