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Utterly essential for any Rammstein fan.This DVD comes packed with over 3 hours worth of Rammstein footage,including every video from "Du riecht so Gut" to "Feuer Frei!" ."Making of" documentaries on the videos,interview footage ,over an hours worth of live performances which are highlights from seven major concerts spanning Rammstein's career,TV trailers,advertisements (including hilarious American TV ads).All this comes in a beautifully presented jewel case.The DVD menu screen is a joy to navigate.The band members put themselves across very intelligently and are very well spoken.Rammstein are a band who know what their are doing,their critics would do well to watch this DVD,and see how they feel afterwards.The only downside with this release is that it ends!!! (eventually!!)
Awesome essential collection of Rammstein videos and highlights from
live performances. Since Rammstein's music isn't exactly mainstream,
their music videos are few and far between on channels like MTV, which
is really a shame since they're both clever and highly entertaining!
Overall an awesome DVD, although I missed English subtitles on the
"Making of" features.
Sadly a lot of people misinterpret Rammstein's whole dark industrial style as some kind of extreme right-wing propaganda. This is in no way true. My advice would be to actually listen to the lyrics; you'd be surprised.
(Having read the review of the guy saying 'how can people like
Rammstein?! They're silly!' and then giving it an 8 out of 10, I felt I
had to actually say whats good/bad about this DVD).
Lichtspielhaus has everything Rammstein had from their first album, Herzeleid, to their third, Mutter. It includes nearly all of their music videos from that time period, as well as some in-concert moments and interviews with band members and some stuff I've never actually seen before! (The music video for "Stripped," for example! Didn't know there WAS a video for that! And the ORIGINAL video for "Du Riechst So Gut," which isn't really anything special, but still...) Overall, is it worth a look? Sure! Spend $20 on it? No. $10? MAYBE... $5? Go for it! And if nothing else, it would of value to a strong Rammstein fan, such as myself, and would allow you to say to your friends, "hey, have you seen the music video for that song Du Hast? Its crazy, lets watch it!"
Although my one compliant about it is the time-consuming, theatrical menu screen... Thats a little annoying...
I mean, I for example don't listen to Spanish music because I don't understand the lyrics. And if I only read paroles like "Du riechst so gut" or "Achtung, Blitzkrieg" then I assume, that hardly anyone in America who likes Rammstein ever got the meaning of their songs, right? I like Rammstein, but I think "reise, reise" is the only really good album by Rammstein, but especially because of the great and poetic lyrics. So what do you love about them if you have no idea what they are singing about? And probably if you had, then there would be lots of people not liking this band anymore. "Du hast", "Bueck dich" or "Du riechst so gut", I mean come on, those are silly songs!
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