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What's the very biggest gift Germany has given to the world of music? One of the classical composers, probably? Nope. It's the brilliant Rammstein. Last night was a very big and glorious night for me. I had a magnificent chance to witness Rammstein's earthquaking show with my own eyes when their Mutter tour visited Finland. I'm still so impressed by everything what I saw and heard I just had to come here and comment on marvelous "Live aus Berlin".
"Live aus Berlin" shows why Rammstein is one of the most powerful live bands ever. Rammstein's show is so wicked, strong, brutal and pyromaniacal it really blows up your mind. We all know that Jimi Hendrix burned up his guitar but Rammstein's vocalist Till Lindemann goes a little further by setting himself on fire. Fireworks, explosions and flames goes hand in hand with Rammstein's merciless music. It's a frightening experience but I have to admit that it does have that comical aspect too and band members are aware of that too.
Recently I read an interview of Christoph and he said that even though some of the audience may find Rammstein's thunderous show funny, the band never laughs on stage. It's not hard to see why. All those pyrotechnics are there to entertain the audience - to make the show more pleasurable to watch but I'm sure it doesn't make the gig very enjoyable for the band. "Live aus Berlin" gets definitely 10 out of 10 from me too. Long live Rammstein.
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