Release Date: 14 December 2009
Format: LP Double Vinyl
|Rammstein Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da Limited Deluxe Gatefold 2LP Set
Having heard the tracks at a special playback some months ago I can tell you this is a Great album. An exceptional piece of work in an Era when music has been unexceptional. This is a must for all Rammstein fans and for those of you who have not heard Rammstein I suggest you buy this album you won't be disappointed.
RAMMSTEIN ARE BACK. Four years after the release of ‘Rosenrot’, their last studio outing, Germany’s most successful rock act have announced the UK release of brand new studio album, ‘Liebe Ist Für Alle Da’.
Since starting out 15 years ago, Rammstein have built a reputation as a controversial, no-compromise, hugely entertaining band, with a fiercely loyal and genuinely international following. Today, they stand head and shoulders above the competition as the greatest (musical) showmen on earth, with an incendiary stage performance that generally results in tickets for their concerts selling out in minutes. They return to UK stages in February 2010, in support of their sixth studio album – an 11 track outing that is already being talked about as a classic to rival their hugely acclaimed 2001 ‘Mutter’ release.
THE ALBUM : ‘Liebe Ist Für Alle Da’
PRODUCED BY Jacob Hellner and mixed by Stefan Glaumann, the regular Rammstein team, this latest album is perhaps the Berlin band’s most varied release to date, including genuine surprises, a smattering of English and French, plus some of the heaviest songs in their repertoire.
As always with Rammstein, controversy is never too far from the scene, with lead single/video “Pussy” already causing something of a stir, and “Wiener Blut”, drawing ‘inspiration’ from the recent, much-publicised, case of Austrian Josef Fritzl. Other key tracks include “Rammlied” (a celebration of the band itself), “Waidmanns Heil” (which sees traditional hunting horns used for the first time) and “Roter Sand”, an atmospheric cinematic composition unlike anything the band have recorded before.
Two versions of the album will be made available: a standard edition featuring 11 tracks, plus a special edition complete with a bonus disc featuring 5 previously unreleased tracks. This is the first time that a Rammstein album has been formatted in this manner.
Needless to say, both versions of the album will be elaborately packaged; the standard version is housed in a digi-pack with gold-blocked lettering, while the deluxe version has all of this plus an outer slipcase and a bespoke sticker.
Ich Tu Dir Weh
Frühling In Paris
Liebe Ist Für Alle Da