After Rosenrot (an album of unused Reise Reise songs mixed with new ones), Rammstein returns with Liebe Ist Für Alle Da, the band’s most musically diverse, and possibly most controversial album to date. Some fans have complained that some of the songs from this album are too light compared to music from the previous records, and a lot of people have stated their displeasure over the first single P****. They’ve always had melodic songs on their records since the first record Herzeleid, and as far as that first single: it’s not meant to be taken seriously, and if you don’t like it, there is a “skip” button. I like that there is a mix of styles from the previous albums, and some of the songs are more up-tempo compared to songs from Reise Reise and Rosenrot. The diversity of this album keeps it interesting: you’ve got the heavy songs, the straight rockers, and the melodic tracks. For a band like Rammstein, it works. What I think probably makes this album their most controversial is not only the artwork (what looks like the band members around a dinner table carving up a naked woman), which I’m glad they found a way to cover (when you see it at the store, it’s covered by a paper strip with fake artwork that comes off when you take the plastic wrap off) so that many stores could carry it, but also their pornographic music video for the first single. That shows that the band is definitely not worried about having their music on MTV or any channel at all. Fans that appreciate all of the band’s music will likely eat this up, while anybody expecting another album like Mutter, Reise Reise, or even Herzeleid or Sehnsucht will probably be disappointed.