German heavy metal band Rammstein embarked on their wildly successful Ahoi Tour which took them around the world from 2004-2005. Völkerball consists of live footage from around the world ...
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German heavy metal band Rammstein have been remarkably successful all over the world. Extremely loud, hard, and industrial, the band has been together since the mid-1990's. "Live aus Berlin... See full summary »
The music video preview sparked criticism a few hours after release. The video features various events from Germany's history such as the Middle Ages, The Holocaust, World War 2, and the ... See full summary »
The seven dwarves (played by the band) after a day of work, come home and are viseted by snow white, after being offered gold she utilizes it as a drug while being pampered by the dwarves, ... See full summary »
Only 20 minutes into the pre-sale, Madison Square Garden, New York announces: Sold out. The concert film celebrates the band's legendary show in New York's Madison Square Garden - ... See full summary »
At the beginning of the clip, "Volga" drives up to an abandoned building, standing in the middle of the field. A woman in a red dress is sitting behind the wheel. Next to her - Christophe ... See full summary »
In this video, the character of the Sandman is played by Melanie Gaydos. She first appears to a sleeping Richard Kruspe, triggering nightmares and sending him into a state of agony. ... See full summary »
The video features the band playing the song wearing leather outfits, interspersed with six hardcore pornographic videos featuring each of the band members as a different stereotypical pornographic character.
German heavy metal band Rammstein embarked on their wildly successful Ahoi Tour which took them around the world from 2004-2005. Völkerball consists of live footage from around the world including a full concert from Nimes, France and higlights from shows in London, Moscow, and Tokyo.
i first heard Rammstein back in 2001 after a friend gave me the Mutter album to listen to.a German band singing in German,why would i want to even listen to it ?..thankfully i did.the language difference only improves the listening experience,if it had been sung in English,it would have lost most of it's power.3 years later they released Reise Reise-another outstanding hard rock album-and they have never looked back.recording the tour was a great idea and shows just how good live they are...they are possibly one of THE best live bands i've ever seen-and i'm the worlds biggest Rush fan.....recorded in 2004/5,the concert from Paris is simply stunning.musically exciting,loud,aggressive and heart warming.i was lucky enough to see them in the u.k.3 times on this tour-Reise Reise album-and have seen them every tour since...i'm not going to give away any spoilers,i will just say,put the disc on,turn up the volume....and ROCK.
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